Your child spends more time at home than any other place. This is especially true at preschool age, but even after kids begin school, home is still the predominant source of most experiences. It’s the parents’ responsibility to create the environment in the home, so it’s important that you include music in a meaningful way. Start by incorporating any of these simple steps into your daily routines.
Come to our Open House for Music Lessons,
Our open house provides a great opportunity for you to meet with the director and discuss the goals you have for your child taking music lessons. Open House is scheduled for 1/8/2016 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm please call and RSVP. Come in and find out more about available time slots and instruments offered for your child’s musical success.
Students participating in a Master Class with Dr. Roxanne Holt-Watson at CPCC. #pianolessons #charlottenc #voicelessons #piano #uptownclt #musicteacher #musiclessons
Most musicians who admit to not being able to memorize music wish that they could. What could be more frustrating to a pianist than to be face to face with a beautiful instrument at someone’s home you are visiting, and whether you are asked to play or not, you feel that without your music, there is nothing for you to do but diddle a few measures or a few exercises?
These students are amazzzzing and happy to share the gift music through performance whenever possible! This is Peyton playing her flute and piano during lunch time at Lenoir Soup Kitchen and Gateway Nursing Facility for the elderly this summer. #ncmusiccenter #charlottenc #piano#guitar #violin #drums #voice #uptownclt #charlottemusicians #support#musicians #musicteacher #musiclessons #morethanmusic #charlottenc