Thursday, March 4, 2010

Pianist in the making ...

I never thought of sending Bryan to music class since he has yet to turn even 3. I always had in mind to only 'expose" him to "extra curricular activities" at the age of 5. What I have in mind for the future is one musical instrument class and one sport. Or maybe 2 or 3 types of sport for a start but to later stick to one. Or let's see what he enjoys more. Or I dont know lah, let time tell .. hahaha.
This pics was taken at BIL's place during CNY. He just loved hitting on the keys! At some point, he is like pro! It's his first time ever setting foot (oops, sorry, setting fingers) on a real-sized musical instrument and I think he loved it.
Will see if there are some musical classes nearby our housing area.



13 comments:

LittleLamb said...

his kindy got music class or not? maybe u can expose him that way. for philip's kindy, its part of the curriculum.

vickylow said...

haha pianist leh. I asked my gal wat instrument she like and she told me violin. But recently she enjoy blowing my old recorder. Just let time comes and see what she actually like.

ChloeRuoyi said...

Ask mummy fast fast go and buy a grand piano for you, Bryan! Nice decor for the house too *wink*

agnes said...

yea, can send him to the musikgarten, once a week and see if he really likes or not loh..

Rina said...

Yup, send him for musikgarten first - somehow it nurtures the childs interest in music. Think Yamaha has some special classes for 3 years plus, its a combination class, so its more fun than just sitting at the piano hitting the keys

Rose said...

it is good to expose kids at such age, let them develop their interests. Then as they grow, they (or parents) will know what they really want or good at. Build their curiosity and talents first!!

mommy to chumsy said...

he looks very handsome :) i think yamaha has some music classes for those between 1 to 3 years old and JMC for 4 and above.

Ann said...

hahaha....really like a pro! Do they have music classes at his kindy? At least can really gauge his interest in learning an instrument.

mNhL said...

Good to include some extra curriculum into his life. He will apprecaite them later when he grows up.

laundryamah said...

better not send him too early cos he may lose interest..that's what happened to Kieran..so sad..

Sarah's Daddy and Mommy said...

I just love his smile and he is definitely a handsome boy.

2ma said...

maybe you want to look around for some trial class to see if he is interested in it??

Blessed Homemaker said...

I just started my coming 5yo and 8yo on piano lessons (private tutor). My 8yo learns faster bcos of her age. I'm now thinking if I should stop my 5yo and start him again when he is 6.