Fitting in music practice during the busy teenage years

Published: Mar 30, 2016  |   Category: cello, practice, music, education


Think of the last time you heard an adult say, I'm sure glad I quit music lessons when I was twelve! What a waste of time THAT was!

Oh that's right - that would be NEVER that you've heard that.

As kids get older families have to prioritize, but music doesn't suddenly become less important to one's well-being because homework and AAU baseball. How can kids and families navigate those busy years without giving music short shrift? Portland Suzuki teacher Christine Wilson-Goodner has some great suggestions at her blog The Triangle: Parent, Teacher, Child. Check them out!


You'll be glad you stuck with it - trust me!


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