CMA's Blog

By: Michael Stegner

Parents and adult students are concerned at times about missing out on lessons they're not going to be able to make. Folks can feel like they are losing out on the financial end of the spectrum or the educational side of things.

By: Michael Stegner

For many parents interested in starting their child in music lessons, choosing which instrument to play can be filled with uncertainty. It is a big investment of time, energy and money for the family. It also comes with a great responsibility since the lessons and instrument will affect their musical experiences as players and listeners for a long time.

By: Michael Stegner

Recitals and performances can have a lot of baggage attached to them. As adults, we often remember recitals from our youth as events that triggered anxiety, nerves, unmet expectations and possibly even our decision to stop taking lessons.