Teaching the rock stars of tomorrow
There's a stigma about children's music lessons that really puts
people off. The assumption that it's all about sheet music, stuffy
practice rooms and even stuffier teachers.
But these days, how many young kids want to sit at the piano and memorise Mozart's Minuet in G? Or squeak their way through a nerve-jangling cello recital? There's nothing wrong with classical music, but when you're nine-years-old, it's probably YouTube you're into, not Radio Three.