Advantages of Playing a Musical Instrument
We often listen to music, usually not systematically, but informally and unscheduled. Naturally we know that music excites us and makes our moment. Young people accompany their moments and various activities with the music they appreciate or with which they identify. In other words, we all give some value to music, sometimes trivial, sometimes complementary, sometimes meaningful and exciting.
But it would be worth going a little further; If we have said that music is “good company”, then how interesting would it be to be able to create it? Imagine it!, Make our own music. That’s not all, now think what experience would let us play an instrument on our own? Can you believe it? It would be a pleasure to play melodies that we like the most, that’s great. Much better still. What enriching experience would it be to share in a group? These are things that cannot be easily quantified, some say they are “privileges of musicians.”
The good news is that “it doesn’t have to be just for musicians,” many studios that can play all musical instruments. Certainly, we will have better skills for some families of instruments than for others, but, in short, in music it uses “the one who wants, perseveres and can”.
To help you take the step, we present some advantages of learning to play a musical instrument, and they are not all, just some shots of the “Twelve Benefits of Musical Education”, whose author is Carolyn Phillips, executive director of the Young Symphony of Norwalk:
By: MSc. Edward Castro