When choosing a violin for your child, it's important to measure their arm, just like you would measure their foot size before buying shoes! Below is a simple video to help guide you through this easy, but necessary, process.
After you've measured your child, refer to the sizing guide to find the correct size violin. The age column is only an average -- your child may fall into that category but it is possible for the child to need a different size violin depending upon their build.
With the busyness of the school year coming to an end, you might be starting to make plans for the summer. Are your music lessons a part of those plans?
While you might think this would be a good time to pause your musical endeavors, it is actually the best time to continue! Although there are many advantages to learning during the summer, below we have shared the top 3 reasons many of our students choose to stay enrolled.
Significant Progression Over the Summer
Now that school and academic activities have adjourned, there is more time to better your musical skills at your own pace! This is the time to continue building what you have worked so hard for during the year, as well as sharpen and discover parts of yourself you never knew as a rising musician.
Many students have found that continuing music lessons is easier to manage than taking a long break and rebuilding what they have lost. Continuing lessons during the summer will keeps students on track for musical success.
It is also not as hard as you may think to incorporate lessons into your summer plans unlike the school year where you have to bounce from place to place and work lessons into your schedule. You can still enjoy your summer, have relaxing beach days, and continue lessons as you normally would!