For students who have dreams of becoming part of a musical ensemble, learning to play the clarinet is a great choice. The clarinet, like other woodwind instruments, is considered a staple of school bands, orchestras, and more. And, people who can play this instrument well will always have a place in various musical groups.
Of course, clarinet lessons aren’t just for those with lofty musical ambitions. Anyone can benefit from learning to play this beautiful instrument. That’s why Chapel Hill School of Musical Arts proudly offers lessons to students of all ages, from all walks of life, and with various goals and reasons for learning to play.
An Excellent Starter Instrument
People who choose to take clarinet lessons online or in person are often delighted to find that this instrument is fairly simple to play. The basics are a breeze. Plus, this lightweight instrument is easy to handle even for younger students.
And, while the clarinet may take a long time to fully master, the ease of early lessons can inspire confidence and a love of music in students, encouraging them to keep on learning and possibly try other instruments.
The Perfect Transition
While taking clarinet lessons at home or in person is great for anyone, it’s particularly effective for students who learned to play the recorder in school. These students often developed a musical interest from learning on this “school staple” and thus want to explore further. For them, the clarinet is typically a perfect fit since it’s also a wind instrument and a fairly simple one at that.
However, even those with no experience with wind instruments are welcome to take our courses. We pride ourselves on being able to teach just about anyone, thanks to our world-class instructors and their supportive, encouraging approach to teaching.
An Affordable Option
When people research the cost of starting to learn an instrument, they’re often discouraged by the high cost of many of them. However, a search for clarinet prices can put you at ease. Basic clarinets, such as those used by beginners, are very affordable and typically require very little maintenance while lasting many years.
Contact Us Today
Ready to try our remote or in person clarinet lessons or want to learn about our other options? If so, contact us today! We’ll get to know you or your child, your interests and goals, and, from there, match you with a great teacher and a lesson schedule that works for you!