Whether your child is learning a to play the harp for fun, recreation, to become a part of an orchestra, private lessons definitely pay off for new music students. Until one attempts to learn an instrument, it may not be so obvious how much of daunting task it could be. Placement of fingers, posture, reading music notes, rhythm, and counting all serve a purpose with this kind of foreign object. A Harp Tutor can help a student keep up with peers if your child is in the school band. Every child learns at their own pace, and because of this progression happens at different times. For example, a student may have no problem placing his or her hands on the instrument correctly, but may find it much too difficult to read music notes. A private music instructor can also:
- Minimize frustration- No need for a child to give up on their potential just because they lacked getting the personal attention they deserved.
- No pressure of having to learn in a group setting.
- Build your child’s confidence.
- Learn how to practice music on their own time.