By Jacob Stockinger
School is out, for the most part, and many families will be looking for a way that children can pursue cultural enrichment activities.
Or maybe parents are looking for a way to replace what many budget-strapped schools districts have been cutting out.
For that case, music lessons might loom large – whether they are started in the summer, or the summer is an interim before music lessons start in the fall.
But parents, especially parents who themselves have no experience in music, can have a lot of hard questions:
When should children start taking music lessons?
What is the best instrument for a particular child?
How can you tell if you have found the right teacher?
How can get your child to practice without being a nag?
And how far should you be encouraging of playing and performing?
These are just some of the tips that…
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