International School of Music: Lessons in All Instruments & Giveaway!

 

Does your child love to sing or pretend to play a guitar? Are they the next Mozart or Justin Bieber?  If your kid loves music — or maybe you want to introduce them to it in a fun way — there is a school whose specialty is just that!

International School of Music, with two locations in Bethesda and Potomac, is the premier provider of music lessons in all instruments and voice to students of all ages and levels.  Their voted best instructors offer customized lesson approach so each child can progress at their own pace and learn the music they love, so playing music is fun and exciting!

Their teaching methods are student-centered and focused on individual learning styles and personal goals to help each student reach his or her full musical potential. With a flexible Musical Ladder curriculum that rewards practicing and achievement, their students get to explore music they are passionate about, whether they play classical, rock, pop, jazz, folk, etc. And with our same-time sibling scheduling, the families enjoy convenience and flexibility!

Music lessons teach kids valuable skills that they can carry with them through life. Children practice basic math when they count the rhythm, reading comprehension as they learn how to read music, and creativity as they figure out how to express themselves. Bonus: They also benefit from better concentration, self-discipline, self-expression, and confidence. Even more, all of these skills are mixed in with fun music making!

Check out the International School of Music website to see how you can book an introductory lesson for your child, try classes yourself, or make it a family affair!

Call the International School of Music at 301-365-5888 to book an introductory lesson or CLICK HERE to claim 50% Off Registration!

 

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GIVEAWAY! Three KFDC readers can win a half-hour private music lesson at the International School of Music in any instrument or voice with one of their amazing teachers! Want a chance to win? Simply leave a comment below telling me what kind of music your child loves to listen to. Get an extra chance to win by entering on the KidFriendly DC Facebook Page, too! Contest is open to new students only. This giveaway will run through September 14, 2022, then the winners will be drawn at random and notified shortly thereafter. Good luck!

For more information about International School of Music and its programs and performances, visit their website.

 

This post is sponsored by International School of Music, however, I only promote programs, places, and services that I genuinely believe in and think would appeal to KFDC readers.

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7 Responses to International School of Music: Lessons in All Instruments & Giveaway!

  1. Dan Riffle

    I bought a cargo E bike and I take the kids into daycare and school every morning on it. I have a speaker in one of the bottle holders and I ask my 3yo every morning what she wants to listen to. Without fail, every morning, “LIZZO!!”

  2. Sarah

    My son loves Rock and Jazz! His favorite instrument is the trumpet 🎺!

  3. Anne

    Good! My 6 yo girl love listening Kid’s pop – Savage Love & Monkey Dance “

  4. Sarah

    My 4-year old son loves classical music – it has a calming effect on him!

  5. Nicole

    Ooh my 5yo is very into rock music and the idea of the drums, and I guess I’m hoping that adding some rhythm to all his existing banging might sound better 🙂

  6. Colleen Leyrer

    My kiddo loves classical to Ziggy Stardust. He has a good singing voice and lately has been singing to Bowie’s Starman a lot. When he was in elementary school, he loved playing drums. That interest faded (he is now in middle school) and when asked, he did not express an interest in playing a music instrument, so I let things lie there. This summer we went to a musically-inclined friend’s home for a couple days. The first day she sat down with him at her baby grand, taught him a bit, and he didn’t want to stop playing whenever in the house the rest of the weekend. Based on his interest and thanks to her encouragement, I think we need to try some piano lessons.

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