Why should I take music lessons?
Music has the power to change your life! Learning from a professional
educator will help you grow musically and understand your instrument.
I've always wanted to learn, but I can't because....
There is always a way to take lessons even with today's lifestyle.
Watch this video below to learn why.
Let us be your partner in music education!
Looking to help your student advance so they can become first chair of their ensemble? Or, are you an older adult looking to take up or restart playing music now that you have more free time? Then let Q&F be your partner in music education!
We offer music instruction for all playing ranges from the new beginners up through advanced players. Our qualified teachers can help you with almost any instrument including woodwinds, brass, percussion, strings, guitars, drumset and piano.
When you take lessons at Q&F you also have access to the latest accessories, music, instruments and service by our trained and knowledgeable staff.
What are some benefits of playing music?
Making Music Makes You Smarter!
-Middle school and high school students who participated in instrumental music scored significantly higher than their non-band peers in standardized tests. University studies conducted in Georgia and Texas found significant correlations between the number of years of instrumental music instruction and academic achievement in math, science and language arts.
Source: University of Sarasota Study, Jeffrey Lynn Kluball; East Texas State University Study, Daryl Erick Trent
-Children and Teens — Playing music positively affects the development of children’s cognitive skills. It builds confidence, self-discipline and inspires creativity. Also playing music can increase productivity and help kids and teens connect socially with their peers.
-Adults and Seniors — Playing excercies the brain and helps fight memory loss. It helps reduce stress and lower blood pressure. And it can stave off depression and loneliness.
Making Music Makes You Healthier!
-Playing a musical instrument can reverse stress at the molecular level, according to studies conducted by Loma Linda University School of Medicine and Applied Biosystems. (as published in Medical Science Monitor)
-Making music can help reduce job burnout and improve your mood, according to a study exposing 112 long-term care workers to six recreational music-making sessions of group drumming and keyboard accompaniment. (as published in Advances in Mind-Body Medicine)
-Music making can help reduce blood pressure according to a new study conducted by the Department of Cardiology of Leiden University Medical Center of the Netherland. (as published by the U.S. National Laboratory of Medicine)