Individual music lessons are hugely beneficial, giving you the chance to improve at a more rapid pace.
But group lessons give you the opportunity to share the musical experience. Human beings thrive in social situations and we love to build friendships over common interests. This is most especially true after these months of lockdown, isolation and social distancing.
There is a great sense of achievement gained by working with other people. Inspiring and motivating each other.
Collaborative learning often gives the students the confidence to share their doubts and to resolve them together – building team working and social skills as well as music skills.
We are very familiar with the need and want to join football or basketball teams, so why should music be any different?
However, whereas team sports are often limited to children of similar ages and strengths, a music lesson can be adapted to suit various abilities.
This often allows family members to work together with younger or older siblings, enjoying the chance to bond. Even parents sometimes enjoy the chance to join in. Starting a journey to learn the guitar or the piano together, for example, can be a fantastic bonding experience.
Group classes also mean that students can experience playing as an ensemble.
And a good group, could one day become a rock band!
The Royal School of Music encourages creativity and we look to build confidence inside and outside of the music lesson.
For more information on how to share a music lesson with Royal School of Music, please call.
+34 611 481 662
Royal School of Music provides share music lessons for the following instruments:
· Piano · Guitar · Percussion · Modern singing · Violin · Cello · Double bass · Wind instruments
- Please Contact us for pricing and more information on our share music lessons.