(18 to 85 Years)
Do you regret not pursuing music as a child? Do you wish to learn a musical instrument and discover your talent? Do you believe you have more hidden talents and creativity within you than you have discovered so far? Do you desire to play an instrument or sing at the next party or family gathering? Do you wish to see emerge in you a more relaxed and cool personality?
Working adults have stress at work. Housewives have stress at home. Music has proved to be a great and effective therapy for coping and eliminating stress. It also enhances and brings to the fore the dimension of creativity in an individual. Our adult programs have received an overwhelming response because music lifts your mood and stimulates creative thinking. Adults are great students. It is never too late to learn!
As adults, we stop learning the way we did when we were at school and college. Our minds, brain, memory, concentration, speed of learning new things tend to deteriorate considerably. Learning music is one of the best ways to stimulate and activate the brain, improve memory, and concentration.
All of us will agree that listening to music is a big de-stressor. Playing music on an instrument is many more times a de-stressor as compared to just listening to music. After you learn some music, you know you have a friend. Whenever you are feeling lonely or if you have a problem to solve or you feel the need to get away, just pick up your guitar and strum away; or sit at your piano and play for yourself; or simply sing in front of the mirror.
Benefits of learning music are invaluable. If you have music or singing as a hobby, you can easily get together with your musical friends and play and sing together. The endorphins released in your brain are substantially significant to create positive change in your mood and overall physical health; e.g. – blood pressure, heart rate.
Do not think that you cannot learn music as an adult. If you have tried and failed, please try again. It may not have been your fault. It is most likely that the teacher did not simplify it enough for you, or did not persuade you enough to persuade music further. It is never too late to learn music!