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5 Secrets You Didn't Know When Your Child Begin to Take Piano Lessons

Updated: Feb 17, 2019

It is important to emphasize that music plays an important role in this period of human life, affecting in its development and later in life as an adult. Music is one of those many activities that promote the integral well-being of people at any age.



There are many activities that parents can select for their children, in which, without a doubt, they would get big and important changes.


Each change can be perceived both in the short and the long term, that is, the benefits that children experience today, will endure over time and will be present in tomorrow.


A child's body is more receptive to learning and to accepting and developing anything that can add value during practice.

The piano is an instrument, like many others dedicated to music, demands a considerable effort on the part of those who play it, requires a high concentration, strong commitment and the correct disposition to achieve effective learning and continuous improvement of techniques required.

There are many benefits and surprises that the piano can give you, even more so in our children, knowing that constant practice or simply dedicate a few minutes, generates a series of changes that cannot be observed so easily and that often goes unnoticed but that can grow and stand out over time, some of the most striking changes among the immense variety are:

  • Memory development, due to the high capacity must have the child to learn a musical score and techniques necessary to interpret it.


  • Increases the sense of responsibility, when playing the piano, the child acquires a certain discipline, as it seeks primarily continuous improvement, reaching to establish priorities in their daily life.


  • Improved concentration, the commitment acquired by the child leads him to focus his full attention in order to achieve the results required in the requested time.


  • Increases his intellectual capacity, the child learns to know and enter the artistic world, changing his perspective on life, making him more sensitive and with better cognitive ability.


  • Teaches how to overcome fears, take risks and improve self-esteem, by interpreting melodies in front of a potential audience, which means striving to achieve their satisfaction. In addition, through music you can get to express your feelings to other people.

It is important to note that those who learn to play instruments at an early age may experience the benefits described above for the rest of their lives. In this way, a better physical and psychological performance is obtained in middle age.

In short, what is sought is to see children happier.


It is also possible for children to be self-confident; lacking fears and fears, more developed with their environment and with greater intellectual level.


This translates into an excellent quality of life.