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We are parents of 3 teenage children that have been involved in learning music and playing sports from a young age.
We have seen and learned a lot as parents that want our kids to enjoy the benefits of learning to play and enjoy music, while juggling the demands of sport, school, work and friends. Life is rich and full of options that compete for our attention and time.
But for us…music has always been really important. We loved music so much growing up…and we were certain we really wanted our children to get the chance to learn to play piano or another instrument. And that is pretty much what we did…through the highs and lows of it (and there were both – though more highs than lows). We made it…and gave our kids the gift of experiencing the pleasure and accomplishment that comes with learning to play an instrument.
So any time we have a neighbor, a family friend, co-workings or a parent we have recently met at the arena or soccer field asking us questions about finding a music school, or general questions about starting their kids in music lessons we get excited and want to help.
We genuinely want other children and their parents to experience the fun of hearing and playing music in their homes.
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These guidelines will help you have a successful and rewarding experience while learning an instrument. These are practical tips that we have discovered from over twenty years of teaching thousands of music students at our music schools in Oakville, Mississauga, and Vaughan in the Greater Toronto Area of Ontario Canada.
Here are the topics covered in ‘Starting Lessons 101 – Five Things to Know’:
Music should be something that you enjoy for a lifetime, so try not to put unrealistic expectations on yourself or your children to learn too quickly. Everyone learns at a different pace and the key is to be able to enjoy the journey.
We understand life is full – full of school, full of life, and full of fun. Some weeks will be easy to practice– other weeks more of a challenge. We do know that the more children practice, the better they get the better they get, the more encouraged they are to practice.
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theLessonGurus' Anthony DeGazon and Rachel DeGazon In the Media...
A bit about Rachel and Anthony…
Rachel got her degree in music, then her teaching certificate right after we married. She taught in the public school system as both a certified core teacher and music teacher before we started growing our young family.
In the early years I played my sax when I wasn’t busy with my career working at IBM and then later in IT at the banks.
While our three children were young I finished my MBA. I left the corporate world in my 40’s to pursue my love for music to grow the family business that Rachel started. I got a chance to co-author my first book about our music business, family and life…it was published in 2015