Why Do We Listen To Or Play Music?
If there is one thing I cannot live without, it would be music.
It is a universal language that transcends all boundaries, and can communicate to us on a deep, emotional level.
“ Music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy.”Ludwig van Beethoven
Listening to a great piece of music can draw us in on a journey with the performer, where we can experience something very unique to us.
Perhaps take us to another time or space, old memories, connect us
with the feelings, textures or visual imageries that come up for us.
Music has the power to shift our moods, delight, heal emotions and so much more…
Learning The Piano Can Do These 5 Things For You…
Learning the piano for both children and adults can be a highly rewarding and enjoyable experience!
It is never too late to learn or to reap the benefits.
Some of the benefits include:
- Develop focus, time management skills and diligence
- Boost in creativity, imagination and expressive outlet
- Enhance brain function and ability
- Physical benefits, such as hand-eye coordination skills and motor skills
- Fun and enjoyment as you notice yourself progressing over time!
The Essence Of A Great Teacher
Finding a great teacher versus an average teacher can make a huge difference.
A great teacher can significantly increase your rate of progress, prevent development of bad habits, and keep you motivated and inspired on your piano journey.
Importantly, a great teacher can help you develop the more nuanced and artistic aspects of your piano playing, so that your sound quality will be of a high level.
The teachers at The Liverpool Academy of Music are passionate about music and highly qualified.
Students can find that their creative abilities really flourish under the guidance of these teachers.
The high calibre of the teachers is reflected in their experiences – including a concert pianist, composer/music historian, professional musicians and performers.
They all share a true love of music and artistic spirit, as well as the desire to pass on their learnings to the next generation of music students.
Hope to see you all soon!
Sunny Cho (Piano Teacher)