When my little guy was four years old, he wanted to play the violin . In fact, the picture above was the first time he laid his hands on a Yamaha violin. It was so small but he wanted to learn. We would jam out to artists like Lindsey Stirling dreaming of the day he would preform.
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Just plucking along, learning his craft and learning to read music. One evening his teacher hung candy canes on his violin, helping him to learn balance. It’s silly stories of his toddler years I remember most.
Now that he is in Middle school, he can finally join Orchestra. We are so excited to share all his experiences. From “hot cross buns” to “Marie had a little lamb” presentations. Just like any sport it’s a commitment. One he seems to be taking very seriously. He asks to practice instead of us reminding him. When he comes home from lessons he is excited to show off what he has learned. The school has provided lessons but it was obvious he needed his own instrument.
We choose the Yamaha AV 5, you can check it out on their website here. I could not recommend a Yamaha store fitting and instrument enough. It’s extremely easy and affordable. Are you in the market for a quality instrument? Make sure to look at their wide selection of musical instruments!
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Did you play an instrument when you were young, if so which??
What is your child wanting to play??