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Piano and Keyboard Lessons

Drum lessons for kids and adults in Sutherland Shire

Our teachers will bring the right balance of fun and dedication into your Piano classes Sutherland Shire which will make learning fun for all ages and abilities.

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Guitar Lessons

Guitar lessons for kids and adults in Sutherland Shire

Learning to the play the Guitar at a basic level is fun and easy, while mastering this popular instrument offers plenty of challenge, requiring a strong desire to achieve matched with dedication to practice and learning.

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Bass Guitar Lessons

Want to join a band with mates, and they need a Bass player? Then Learn2Play Music is the right Caringbah music school for you, teaching you to play songs, not scales and arpeggios.

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Drum Lessons

Best drums lessons in Sutherland Shire

Get into the excitement of drumming! Learn2Play Music have the very best drums lessons in Sutherland Shire. We offer a great learning environment, awesome Drum teachers and structured programs as well as rock and jazz band programs for you to join in on when you’re ready.

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Violin Lessons

We’ll get you off to a great start on the Violin!

Learn2Play Music offers students the Shire’s best Violin Lessons, studious but fun one-on-one classes and expert advice on instrument selection.

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Rock School

Live the dream!

Our Rock School in Sydney Shire is our original and unique program where we bring together students of all ages and levels to work with professional musicians in a Rock band situation.

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Singing Classes

Singing lessons in Sydney Shire for kids, teens and adults

Release your inner diva! Learning to sing is a process of strengthening, “polishing” and refining the vocal chords, active listening, controlling the breath and training the mind to find the right notes. We will work with you to find and develop your own singing voice!

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Kindy Beat

Kindy Beat is FUN! Your kid will love our Kindy Beat Program

Our Kindy Beat program is designed to ignite a love of music, develop a range of cognitive and motor skills and lay down the foundations for future learning in music.

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Learn2Play Music has the agility to provide you with value for money in packages structured to suit your personal needs. Membership designed to give you freedom!

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Practice Tips, get the most out of your music lessons.

October 5, 2018 Posted by Jonathan Wright Lessons

Get the most out of your music lessons. Let Learn2Play Music in Caringbah show you the benefits of practice without making it a chore

 

Who Should Practice?

Anyone who wants to get better at their instrument to enjoy it more should practice.

Why Practice?

The more you practice, the better you get. The better you get, the more fun you have. The more fun you have, the more you want to practice…. And so on.

When to practice?

Schedule a recurring time each day to practice. To get the most out of your lessons, make practice a priority. There are no excuses for not practicing at all though the week, even “Mental Practice” with only your sheet music and fingers counts too!!

What to practice?

Start with your weekly lesson assignments and then go from there. Log in to Teacher Zone to see what the teacher set for practice. This will help you grow and develop. After that have fun and learn something new.

Where to practice?

Anywhere that is free of distractions (so no TV, Computer Games in the background, or heavy foot traffic from the rest of the family). Set yourself up in a special place where you can become a better musician.

How to practice?

Make a daily goal based on your lesson assignments. Break up your pieces into small sections until you can play it several times in a row with no mistakes. (even if you need to slow it down to start with). Then move on to longer sections. Do not just play the whole piece all at once. Work on the difficult spots until they are easy. Save a full run through for the end of the sessions. Always play using good technique (don’t get lazy) and with good sound. DO NOT just practice what you know already to just make noise, so it sounds like practice.

Happy Practicing