Playing a stringed instrument enhances a child’s quality of life. It provides creative, emotional, and social opportunities and can lead to improvements in academic performance in other areas beyond music.

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A string and orchestral music education adds a unique dimension to one’s life that cannot be fulfilled by any other type of music instruction. 20% of kids learn to play music. 70% of adults wish they had.

Mrs. Caruso’s belief is that all people, young and old can learn to play a stringed instrument, regardless of the students level of natural ability, and/or background. Music lessons go beyond a classical foundation, and may also incorporate improvisation, pop, jazz, folk, fiddle, and world music.

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