- Cat Nora playing Piano
Nothing scares off new piano learners more than constantly reminding them how tough it is to play the instrument and how long it really takes to feel at home and to be able to play like a pro.
The key to a successful piano player lies in being aware of the difficulties and at the same time being sufficiently motivated in keeping on with the practice. This is especially important if the student is a child. Children are very impressionable and they have to be dealt with in a special way. That’s why we recommend motivating your child with these adorable videos of piano playing cats:
A typical child (not accounting for a few exceptions) is unable to appreciate Beethoven or Mozart the same way a connoisseur of music would be able to do. Therefore techniques that would make the piano playing an engaging activity for adults don’t often work on children. A way around this difficulty is to show children is the piano playing is not something esoteric only adults can do. Everybody can do it, even cats; including their favorite Tom, from Tom and Jerry.
If you’d like to get more into piano, we can help! If you’re in the New York City area, check out the piano classes and instructors on HeyKiki and find the perfect piano training for you. If you’re looking for someone in the NYC area to train with, we have piano buddies on HeyKiki just waiting to connect with you!
If you’d like to learn another sport or activity other than piano, we have other instructors and classes in your area on HeyKiki too.