Why Whole Music?
If you believe that personal creativity is not only integral, but essential to human happiness
If you are awed by the beauty and complexity of nature, mathematics, and logic
If you’re the kind of person who is always looking for a new challenge
If you’re looking for new ways to bring your family closer together
If you need an expressive outlet for your emotions, or if you need a way to regain a measure of peace and balance in a stressed out life
If you’re tired of the same old recycled, repackaged, shallow, and expensive media entertainment
If you believe school is short-changing your child’s enrichment in areas that enhance creative and out-of-the-box thinking
Try music. The way we teach it at Whole Music LLC.
Not rote-learning parlor trick music. Real music.
Learn the whole language. Become a musician.
Be fluent in all the styles you like, and learn some new ones you never new were so good.
Be able to pick up any instrument and figure out its basic mechanics.
And if the above is true, it doesn’t mean you have to make a fundamental change to your life, it only means changing your view of the traditional music lesson.
It does mean to be able to practice music meaningfully, at any level, with no preconceived judgments about “good or bad” because history shows us again and again just by being alive, everyone has something meaningful to say.
Whole Music was founded because we believe the more music is in the world, the better place the world is. And the more people practice music, the more rounded they become, the less inhibited they are, the more advanced their grasp of history, and culture.
We believe too many people were robbed of a basic human drive to create music by a society too focused on competition and success over meaningful personal fulfillment.
Our lessons are crafted to take into account the whole person: Their individual hopes and dreams, their likes and dislikes, their world philosophy, their personal ambitions, their intellectual and emotional needs.
We believe everyone can learn even if they think they can’t. New research into educational and Multiple Intelligence theory reveals that everyone has a pathway into their musical core.
We believe that EVERYONE CAN – and SHOULD – do music.