Specialised Music Lessons for Seniors that are fun and affordable, taught by retirees
Are you looking for Music lessons for seniors? Our NSW Teachers’ Association of New South Wales accredited instructors are ready to help you learn. We welcome you and invite you to embark yourself in a new fun and productive musical journey.
Our personalised music lessons are taught in a private, friendly and relaxing environment. Not only that, your lessons will be tailored to your specific learning needs, current skill level and objectives. At Hills Music Tuition by Brent Lang, our aim is to make you feel comfortable and confident from day one. Please read on to discover the wide range of options we can offer you.
First Music School and dedicated Music Lessons for Seniors in Australia
That is right! Hills Music Tuition by Brent Lang was the first music school in Australia to take special interest and implement a dedicated music tuition department and methodology to cater for Seniors and retirees.
As Australia’s first, we have continued to deliver on quality teaching and take special pride in our clientele and their achievements.
Are you ready to start your journey?
Best Music Lessons for Seniors
At Hills Music Lessons by Brent Lang, we strive to create the best music lessons for seniors and retirees. This is achieved through our industry-leading teaching methodology and our extensive understanding of the senior community in Australia.
Our secret formula for delivering nothing but the best music lessons for Seniors in the industry is simple, the best teaching methodology coupled with the best industry accredited teachers.
Delivering the best music lessons for seniors is not easy. Our teachers constantly undertake training to ensure they stay up to date with the latest teaching techniques. Our personal approach towards teaching also guarantees that you learn at your own pace in a fun and relaxing environment.
Best Music Teachers for Seniors
At Hills Music Lessons by Brent Lang, we are proud to employ only the best industry recognised teachers. Our teachers are specialised in Music Lessons for Seniors and have mastered their teaching methodologies over the years to ensure your lessons are fun and enjoyable.
Not only that but our teachers are also seniors. This inside knowledge of the Senior community equips our teaching staff with all the tools they need to ensure you love your music lessons at every step of the way.
Our teachers are also accredited through the NSW Teachers’ Association of New South Wales, the professional organisation for studio teachers of all instruments in the state.
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Are you a Senior or Retiree? Here is why you should take Music Lessons
You sometimes hear people talk about all the things they would like to do if they had more time in their hands. Learning to play a new instrument always seems to come up during those conversations.
Retirement can be the perfect time to fulfil your musical aspirations. Whether you like to learn how to play the flute, clarinet or saxophone simply for fun or to perform in front of family or friends, there are many benefits to learning music at a senior age.
Top 5 Benefits of Playing a Musical Instrument for Seniors
1.- Enjoy a Happier Retirement
Learning a new musical instrument such as the saxophone, flute or clarinet will fill your days with laughter, music and joy. Remember, the best part about music is that you can share it and bring joy and happiness to the lives of others around you also.
2.- Build your confidence and be the star
You have now learnt how to play the saxophone, flute or clarinet, so why not be the star at the next family or friends gathering by showing off your new skills with those around you. You could even start your own performing group with other friends or family members.
3.- Keep Active
Investing your time into learning how to play a new instrument will help you stay active. Music classes are also super fun and make up a wonderful hobby for those who have retired from work.
4.- Stay Healthy
Some of the health benefits of learning to play a new instrument include better coordination and improved memory. Music Lessons are proven to be one of the best ways to stay both physically and mentally agile.
5.- Social Benefits
We’ve said it before. Music brings people together. By learning how to play a new musical instrument you will not only develop a personal relationship with your music teacher but also will become the perfect excuse to share and bring moments of joy to the lives of others around you.