For many people, the New Year is a great time to start a new hobby or skill and make some positive changes to life. The start of 2023 could be the motivation you need to learn to play a new musical instrument at our academy, Music by Art of Guitar. From strengthening your sense of wellbeing to boosting your creativity and confidence, there are many benefits to learning to play an instrument no matter what your age or ability.
It's often a personal decision whether to learn a musical instrument and which instrument to choose and here at our new academy, Music by Art of Guitar, our expert tutors can help you along the way. Some factors Music by Art of Guitar will help you to consider might include your personal interests and goals, the amount of time and effort you are willing to commit to practicing, and whether you have any natural aptitude or previous experience with music. If you are considering learning the guitar, it can be a rewarding and enjoyable hobby that can provide a sense of accomplishment and personal expression.
Alternatively, you might consider learning one of our other instruments as we now offer lessons in piano, violin, drums, and even the traditional Arabic instrument, the Oud. Ultimately, the most important thing is to choose an instrument that you will enjoy learning and playing and to be consistent and persistent in your practice to make progress.
Do check out our packages that offer everything from 5 lesson deals to 30 lessons.
Playing an instrument is not only fun but also creative and can be food for the soul. It can also have many benefits for your physical and mental health, such as…
Improved coordination and fine motor skills:
Playing instruments often require precise hand movements and coordination between the hands and fingers. This can improve your overall dexterity and coordination.
Enhanced memory and cognitive function:
Learning to play an instrument can help improve your memory, as you'll need to remember chords, melodies, and lyrics. It can also stimulate your brain, helping to improve your overall cognitive function.
Learning to play an instrument allows you to express yourself creatively and come up with your own musical compositions.
Improved social skills: Playing music can be a great way to connect with others and make new friends, whether you're playing in a band or just jamming with friends.
Increased self-esteem: As you progress and improve your skills, you may experience a boost in self-esteem and confidence.