The piano is usually used to play two parts simultaneously. This is one of its most unique qualities. With the piano, most of its music is written to provide chords and melody all played by one musician.
The more you play the guitar the more you will feel the benefits. Music is a great gift that can be enjoyed by many people. Learning to play the guitar is a way of broadening your horizons. It is a valuable and enriching skill to have that will bring you endless hours of fun throughout your life.
Drums are a complex, attractive, and spectacular instrument that offers extraordinary satisfaction. It can be studied to make a career in music, as a hobby or out of pure curiosity. Drums help you relax and logically order the mental processes.
Keyboard classes can be fun since you have so many built-in tones to set up different moods. You can learn as a hobby or do grades from Trinity College of London or Rockschool UK
If your goal is to be able to have fun with the world’s most beautiful instrument, then there is no reason you can’t learn violin
Key Flute, Saxophone, Trumpet, or Clarinet we have classes for all western wind instruments. Playing wind instruments is like doing breathing exercises there are many health benefits associated with wind instruments
At Brooks Musicals, we’re confident in our ability to provide high quality and effective music education in a broad spectrum of instruments and for various levels. Our quality lessons - curated and carefully prepared - have achieved great results.
Music has the power to transport us to another time and place. Brooks Musicals harnesses that power with music. Join Brooks Musicals to provide your children with confidence, concentration and disipline by learning music
“If I were not a physicist, I would probably be a musician. I often think in music. I live my daydreams in music. I see my life in terms of music.”
― Albert Einstein
“Research shows that at least some musical education has a positive impact on social and cognitive development of children. And these effects are long-lasting – better hearing, better motor skills, improved memory, better verbal and literacy skills.”
– Alan Harvey