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Let’s Make Beautiful Music Together with TakeLessons.com Spring Sale #music #ad

This music inspired article has been brought to you by TakeLessons.com

I am a firm believer that music IS the universal language. I, however, do not possess any musical ability. Except in my own head. I know I can sure put on a great concert while driving in my car.

I want my son to have every opportunity to appreciate music. I want him to learn how to read music and to play at least one instrument. He is ten now, and has had some guitar lessons (from his dad), and knows the keys on the piano (he can play Mary Had a Little Lamb and Jingle Bells). He hasn’t had any formal lessons.

I think it’s something he could benefit greatly from… we can’t decide between piano or violin.

I recently heard about TakeLessons, an online site that connects families with private music teachers, art instructors, and academic tutors all across the U.S. I put in what type of lessons I was looking for and my zip code and it brought up instructors in my area that met my needs. In my case, I was looking for a piano teacher. Two came up in my immediate area.

What I really like is that they not only provide in home and studio lessons, but online lessons, as well. This would fit our busy schedules perfectly. We meet all the criteria – a computer with a webcam, a skype account, and good internet connection.

About the Lessons:

TakeLessons.com has a Spring Sale that starts today and runs through Monday, April 1st. Just use the promotional code “SPRINGMUSIC” for 20% off all lesson packages.

Check out these tutorials:

Guitar Instructor Nick F. on how to buy your first guitar

Singing Instructor Monet P. on finding your voice type

Remember it ends April 1st (and that’s no April Fool’s Joke) – use code “SPRINGMUSIC“. Who knows, maybe I’ll sign myself up… you can teach an old dog new tricks!

Disclosure: I was compensated for sharing this awesome information. As always my opinions are 100% my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

 

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