New Piano and Sound Recording Student-Tino

 

From Student:

Hello music world this is Tino here! I want to let everyone out there who is interested in taking their music to the next level and is searching for someone to help them do so, well look no further Patrick Lopez can help you do so. My first

lesson with him gave me my confidence back and has me producing music on a totally different/higher level.
Better writing and music composition is what im learning,
how to listen to today’s music melodies and transform them into a sound of my own. Check him out!

New Piano Student- John

Parents often comment to us that they want their children’s piano teacher to make lessons “fun”. Many teachers respond to this desire by working hard to make lessons more pleasurable for students. This certainly makes sense to a degree, since lessons that become drudgery are hard to continue and succeed at over the long term. However, the single-minded pursuit of fun may not be the best reason for, or approach to, piano lessons. Lessons should be comprised of real learning, leavened with fun aspects. There need not be a dichotomy or conflict between learning and fun. It’s just a matter of approach, on the part of both the parents and teacher.