Kids love music. It’s a great way to have them learn responsibility (through daily practice), art (by learning about their music) and joy (by actually playing). Our music teaching lessons are perfect for kids because our teachers are professionals who know how to engage kids and make them excited about playing.
To prove our point about how kids love music, we asked a couple of boys who take piano lessons on the Upper East Side, aged 10 and 12, to choose their favorite music infographics and why. Here is what they said.
I liked how this infographic shows how guitars make music. Before I saw this, I didn’t know how guitars worked.
I liked this infographic because it shows the details about each part of the violin. It also shows how different guitar and violin are.
I like how it shows the evolved electric guitars. They really changed a lot since 1931!
I liked how this one because it shows all the parts that go into a guitar. It’s complicated.
I liked it because it talks about teaching to play the piano and how piano teachers are.
I liked this one because it shows what each part of a guitar is used for and how different guitars look.
This historical infographic shows the evolution of the piano, all the way to synthesizers and piano boxes.
This infographic shows that violins come in different sizes. My little brother would have to use a 3/4 size violin.
This infographic guitars are really expensive yet people have bought them. The most expensive ones belonged to musicians like Jimi Hendrix.
I liked this infographic because it shows what musicians do to entertain their audience. It also shows that air guitar is a sport.