You’re a musician.
Or at least you used to be one…
You played an instrument in high school, faithfully took private lessons, and performed at dozens of recitals and concerts.
Maybe you even went on to study in college.
There’s a guitar sitting in your closet, a piano in the spare room gathering dust, and a collection of music books stacked on your shelf.
You’ve spent hours memorizing music theory, taken your fair share of auditions, and played in a few bands. You were actually pretty good, but then you had to face the facts and get a job.
There was even a time when you had a solid practice routine, devoting multiple hours a day to your instrument, but that too fell to the wayside. Now you’re lucky to play a couple notes a few times a month.
Somehow life just got in the way and your instrument got lost in the shuffle. It happens to the best of us.
But deep down you know you’re still a musician and that music is still a part of your life. Now you’re ready for a comeback…
Music is a pretty powerful thing
You’ve probably read about the mental and creative benefits of playing an instrument.
But music has more than benefits for your brain. It’s an activity that will enrich your life, connect you with the people around you, and introduce you to new cultures.
Music can alter moods, change minds, inspire hope and bring about focus and motivation. … Read More