21. August 2015 · Comments Off · Categories: Uncategorized

It’s a busy world, school, work, activities, functions and events.  There are so many demands on time and money.  It becomes hard to decide where to draw a line for the spending budget, or making effort for an additional activity.  The addition for musical study for kids is never wrong.  That is provided that the child is interested and willing to practice.  Likewise, it’s important that no matter what instrument is chosen, that you find a qualified, dedicated teacher.  There are always those neighbourhood kids that are good at guitar, who will be happy to show your child how to play guitar some.  Not always a bad idea, can be convenient and can be great fun. Likewise, it can be a gateway to more serious learning.  Take for instance, Steve Vai, showing up on Joe Satriani’s doorstep with a guitar without any strings in one hand, and a pack of strings in the other asking for lessons.  Neither one did too badly thereafter at all.

Enrolling your child in legitimate music lessons however does not have to be expensive.  Any legitimate music studio will issue receipts that are applicable for the Child Arts Tax Credit, which is always a help at tax time.

Currently space at 8va Classical Guitar Studio is very limited.  For any prospective student that is interested in classical guitar lessons, I will do my very best to accommodate.  My focus is for providing opportunities for learning, and I will make every effort so that no child should have to miss out.

To inquire about lesson times or for questions regarding 8va Classical Guitar Studio, call 306-527-8861, or email at guitar8va@gmail.com.

 

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