5 reasons everyone should learn to play a musical instrument

Imagine living a life without music? It would be very hard as music has been hard-wired into our very existence as human beings. While everyone enjoys listening to good music, not many of us are what the world calls ‘musicians’- the ones who jas the ability to play a musical instrument. This could be due to not having the opportunity to learn as kids or simply due to lack of inclination or proper instruction. However, music is something that is never too late to learn. And here are 5 good reasons as to why everyone should learn to play a musical instrument.
In every seconds on our lives, we just become a machine who works as per the codes, we are tired and fed up. Don’t we? A musical instrument breaks that monotony in our lives and introduces us to the colors we had forgotten to notice. This not only nourishes us emotionally but also makes us better at our respective field.
In live, the two most powerful warriors are patience and time. But somehow we fail to use 0r acknowledge both of them. When we do something we just want the results as soon as possible but this isn’t so. Is it? And the time we realize it, our cauldrons are already neck deep in frustration.
Learning a musical instrument teaches us patience.
So many chords and beats to learn. So many rhythms to take care of. Now, won’t this boost your memory? Of course it will! And there’s no denying how sharp it makes you stand out from the crowd.
“The power to concentrate was the most important thing. Living without this power would be like opening one’s eyes without seeing anything. ” HARUKI MURAKAMI is always right. Learning an instrument makes you concentrate on its intricacies and teaches us the power and benefits of concentrating hard.

5. Playing a musical instrument improves your social life

Music helps you connect. Learning an instrument enlarges your social circle since you get to meet more people than you usually would. In children, music can help develop social skills. Maestro Eduardo Marturet, a conductor, composer and musical director for the Miami Symphony Orchestra, who also oversees the MISO Young Artist program in South Florida, has observed the effect that music has on a child’s social skills. “Socially, children who become involved in a musical group or ensemble learn important life skills, such as how to relate to others, how to work as a team and appreciate the rewards that come from working together, and the development of leadership skills and discipline.”

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