- Piano lessons instill discipline in every child.
Just like regular homework from school, piano student must practice every day whether it’s 15 minutes, half and hour, or 1 hour. Practicing every day not only improves your child’s piano studies but helps him/her develop the skill of disciple that will last for a lifetime.
- Piano lessons increase your child’s dexterity.
Playing the piano requires both hands to work independently, where the right hand may play smooth line of melody at a faster rate while the left hand may play the same melody at the slower rate. These different hand coordination help develop your child’s overall dexterity and thought process.
- Piano lessons increase your child’s self-esteem.
Mastering a song at the piano is a slow work and it requires dedication. Thus when your child performs a song in school’s talent show in front of his/her peers there is a great sense of accomplishment and fulfillment .
- Piano lessons develop the skill of concentration in children.
Whether your child is a beginner, an intermediate, or an advanced piano student, he/she will have to hold many concepts at once when playing or practicing the piano. Looking at the notes, analyzing the rhythm, translating this interpretation into hand movements which play different lines of passages as described in point 2 causes the student a great deal of focus.
- Piano lessons in general make your child more knowledgeable and well-rounded person.
Children learn about great composers in music history, such as Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms. They are exposed to classical music at an early age and as they grow their appreciation develops more to other performing art forms, such as opera, symphony, or ballet.