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When learning a new instrument or taking a music class for the first time, you will be required to learn Music Theory. The importance of

1) What advice would you give to parents who are considering getting violin lessons for their children? – Find a teacher that is not only

Between baseball, soccer, gymnastics and cell phones, our children’s schedules are packed with fun activities. If you were on the fence about adding music lessons

Think you can’t sing? I disagree. If you struggle to carry a tune, chances are you aren’t tone deaf, but that some part of your

So you thought improvisation is only for Jazz musicians? Think again. When talking about improvisation in music, the styles that are most likely to pop

Top 5 Jazz Standards for Beginners Learning jazz can be a daunting task. With literally hundreds of iconic recordings of hundreds of different jazz standards

When my students are trying to decide which song to learn next, I offer as much guidance as possible. However, I know that this can

Besides being fun, learning and playing a musical instrument can have many positive effects on your health and mental wellness. Research shows that these benefits

Between baseball, soccer, karate, and cell phones, our children’s schedules are packed with fun activities. If you were on the fence about adding piano lessons

So you want to play bass, huh?  Well, let me be the first to welcome you to the club, and if you’ve already spent some

Music To Your Home is proud to work with the best and brightest music teachers NYC has to offer, and David N. is no exception.

Many people ask us “what is the best age to start learning music?” Honestly? The answer varies from person to person.

Learning an instrument can be one of the most rewarding skills you will ever achieve. Being able to play piano, guitar, violin or any other

When students perform in a recital in front of friends, teachers, and family, they provide great entertainment value to the audience. However, recitals benefit the

MTYH Viola teacher Carrie D. has been playing viola since age 6, and she’s pretty passionate when it comes to all things having to do with