Bertrand’s Music is happy to help you with your holiday shopping and we’ve got plenty of gift ideas. Here’s a few to get you started. Looking for something special send our gift guider Jessica an email email@example.com
1. Ukulele - Fun and wallet friendly way to stum and sing along this Holiday. We have all sizes and different woods to choose from
2. Harmonica - We carry many…
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Texting v. Playing Piano. One of our most popular pins!
Reminds us of having to tell kids not to hit the tops of microphones after Rock Band came out (hitting mic was part of game).
Salary Range: $20,000 - $135,000 This growing field offers a staggering array of different jobs, at locations from nursing homes to prisons, and requires successful completion of an academic and clinical training program approved by the American Music Therapy Association. Salaries start at $20,000 for therapists at inpatient psychiatric units and top out at around $135,000 for private practitioners.
I’ve never heard a music therapist say “I’m in it for the money”, but it’s nice to see that it’s possible to make better-than-decent wages in an occupation that benefits others. I love my profession.
Get tips to help you find the right instrument for your child.
Bertrand’s Music created the Instrument FUNdamentals Video series for beginning students but the videos can also help in choosing an instrument.
If your school is close to one our locations (San Diego, Mission Viejo, San Bernardino, Poway) we can arrange an instrument petting zoo for your students where they can try out several instruments.
I can’t help but wonder how many children are denied music education in America, either because it is unavailable, unaffordable or they are determined unworthy. It is both an injustice to our children and a threat to our future.