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At Capstone Music, we do more than provide top quality music lessons from Burlington's best music teachers :) We love writing original articles on music and it's power to teach and uplift our students and all our readers. Read original content from our very own editorial team at Capstone Music!

The 6 Keys to Great Music Lessons & Learning an Instrument  

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How do I Improve at Playing Music by “Ear”

http://janrebel.eu/100jaar/nggallery/album-6/huizen-naarderstraat-1922-2 Learning and immersing in the art of music has so many benefits for students of all ages. From learning how to read music to the benefits that music can have on one’s mood and even their education, including music in your life is a choice you definitely won’t regret. When playing music there are 2 [...]

What’s the Difference Between a Vocalist and Singer?                  

When you start taking singing lessons and become more immersed in the world of music, you might hear both ‘vocalist’ and ‘singer’ thrown around. While they both technically mean the same thing, people do tend to assign more specific meanings to each term, making it a bit of a confusing topic. Unofficial definitions of "singer" [...]

Benefits of Music Lessons for Adults

http://svenskaneolith.se/2810-dtse85546-dating-apps-i-mölnbo.html It may seem like music lessons are more for kids however taking lessons and learning how to play an instrument or sing on key is a great idea as an adult, too. There are many benefits to taking music lessons when you’re an adult, too. Music helps you to learn discipline, patience and perseverance When [...]

Can music help get you through winter blues?

With days getting shorter, darkness setting in earlier, and it seeming like we’re finally nearing the end of an unprecedented year thanks to Covid-19, there’s a good likelihood that you’re feeling the effects of the winter blues. What is SAD? The term ‘winter blues’ actually refers to a documented psychological disorder called Seasonal Affective Disorder [...]