New Book Helps Parents Empower Children to Foster Lifelong Passion for Playing Music
Nathan Holder’s ‘I Wish I Didn't Quit: Music Lessons’ is an uplifting and inspirational guide for parents, to help ensure their children don’t give up learning a musical instrument on a whim; a decision most later regret in adulthood. With a series of anecdotes from some of the world’s top musicians, Holder’s powerful guide will ensure every child can turn playing music into a lifelong, integral skill – one that will help them thrive in so many areas of life.
Almost every adult has a story of once playing a musical instrument, often as a child, but giving it up before their skills had fully flourished. Of the 6.7million children who learn an instrument in the UK, 50% of 8-10 year olds have lessons, compared to only 15% of 16-17 year olds (ABRSM, 2014).
While they might not admit it, most of these adults also regret that decision, and feel it’s a skill they can’t rekindle.
Of course, the answer to this dilemma is to empower children to see playing an instrument as more than just practice sessions and exams; developing a passion for playing that will turn into a lifetime of exploration.
‘I Wish I Didn't Quit: Music Lessons’ is available now
For more information, visit the book’s official website
About the Author:
Nathan Holder is a musician based in London. He received his masters in Music Performance from Kingston University in 2017 winning the MMus Prize for Outstanding Achievement and has worked extensively in Europe as a musician and musical director. He wishes he didn't quit playing the piano. To enter simply name one artist on our new Tickets Directory.
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