Summer Violin Lessons with Nikisa

Summer lessons give your child a chance to sharpen their skills and avoid learning loss during the offseason. Our Violin Pro, Nikisa, has openings for violin students! Give us a call at 605-348-6737 to get on her books!

Nikisa knows violin performance.

She graduated from Minot State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Violin Performance. She is especially passionate about teaching children and helping ignite a spark for music. Nikisa is well-versed in everything from technique to theory and eager to inspire. In her free time, she enjoys listening to music, playing with her two dogs, rock climbing, and reading.

It's great time to hone the craft.

There's no substitution for practice, practice, practice. Taking lessons during the summer months give your child a competitive advantage when it comes to progressing their skills and learning retention. Summer lessons also keep kids engaged and learning, as music classes are shown to improve literacy and quantitate reasoning. In addition to improving their playing, music lessons help prevent other developmental skills from regressing over the summer as well.

Try something new.

Perhaps your child has been interested in learning an instrument but hasn't taken the plunge. Maybe you, yourself, are ready to try it with them! Summer is the perfect time to discover whether or not someone is interested in and commitment enough for music to become a long-term endeavor. There's no pressure during summer lessons, as there may be in a classroom setting, so they can explore their talent in a smaller environment.

There are countless benefits to enrolling your child, or even yourself, in music lessons. Give Nikisa a call at 605-348-6737 to reserve your spot.


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