Why take music lessons?

There are so many great reasons to take private music lessons!

Builds self-esteem

Promotes patience, work ethic, and self-discipline

Short and long-term positive effects on the brain – improve your memory, focus and concentration, even IQ!

Teaches teamwork and communication

Relieves stress as a creative outlet

Why take music lessons at Music Box in the Fox?

Individual Attention – Private lessons mean you work one-on-one with Greg! Every person is unique, so every person gets unique attention!

Affordable – Are you new to Music Box? Your first 30-minute lesson costs only $5! After that, standard rates are $25 for 30 minutes, $35 for 45 minutes, or $45 for an hour. There are also discounted rates for families enrolling multiple students.

Easy Scheduling – All scheduling is handled online, so you can visually see what lesson slots are available on any given day! This, plus a flexible makeup policy, make scheduling lessons easy and fair.

Special Needs – Greg is ready and willing to work with students who need special help. And music lessons are a great benefit for special needs children in particular, just look at the reasons to take music lessons at the top of this page!

Piano Lessons

“It’s like a whole orchestra, the piano for me.”

-Dave Brubeck

Many music educators suggest that if someone wants to learn music, they should take piano lessons before any other instrument. And for good reason! It’s complex enough to provide a great foundation for music theory, yet simple enough that children can begin learning as early as 4 years old! But that’s only the beginning of why the piano is a fantastic instrument to learn: https://www.hoffmanacademy.com/blog/piano-a-great-place-to-begin/ Take piano lessons to set you up for future success in music, but also for the inherent fun in playing a keyboard!

Guitar Lessons

“A guitar is like an old friend that is there with me.”

B. B. King

Have you dreamed of playing the electric guitar in a rock concert, standing proudly high on the stage? Or maybe slowly strumming an acoustic in front of a campfire? What about something in between? Guitars are versatile, approachable, portable, and iconic, not to mention fun to play! http://hubguitar.com/articles/guitar-is-the-best-instrument-to-learn Adults can begin guitar lessons at an old age, while children can start to play as soon as they are large enough to hold the instrument, which makes guitar lessons an exciting and rewarding experience for everyone!

Theory, Songwriting, & Composition Lessons

“One of my biggest thrills for me still is sitting down with a guitar or a piano and just out of nowhere trying to make a song happen.”

-Paul McCartney

Most music schools don’t go beyond teaching instruments and basic music theory to students, but there are whole other musical worlds to explore! Singing or playing an instrument is a gateway to writing songs, composing scores, transcribing music, or arranging! The more you learn your instrument, the more you get out of these creative endeavors. And the more you create, the more you get out of your instrument!

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