Child Prodigy Piano Players – Can Your Child Be One?
You may be wondering how child prodigy piano players are created. Are they naturally like that or are they taught? The answer may surprise you.
All people have an ability for music. Some hear a bit differently, but can be taught to hear like everyone else. Anyone can learn to be good at music. Listen to these child prodigies:
This little boy is 4 years old
The girl in this video is only 3 years old. Her name is Hiyori.
six year old girl
Eight year old plays Beethoven
How do they do it?
They learn by ear first, and learn to read later. Exactly the same as learning a language. And they don’t have any limits placed on them. They don’t know that they’re young and that some pieces are considered too difficult for them. They just start playing, and get on with it.
Most of these child prodigies start learning through the Suzuki method and with a teacher. If you are wondering how much piano lessons cost, there are many options available online. Gone are the days where you have to go through rush hour traffic to a teacher and sit in extreme weather conditions in a car, waiting. You can take your child’s education in your own hands and learn a new skill yourself besides.
Piano lessons help children develop right brain skills. This makes them clever. You help your child become better at many things when you give them a music education: focus, determination, perseverance, memory and concentration are some of the skills they learn. These are good life skills to have.
How to turn your child into a child prodigy piano player
Get them a music software program online where they can play on a digital piano, and learn from the software designed by a Julliard school teacher. The program is called eMedia, and should be followed by video lessons; I recommend ArtistWorks, Inc. You shouldn’t wait too long before you introduce beginner music theory lessons as this helps music students understand their instrument better.
Children love learning when they think they’re playing a game. Make sure they don’t have limiting beliefs, and you too will have a child prodigy.
If you have any questions, please ask them in the comments or contact me.