Join the Sweetwater Twitter Party for Visa gift cards and more RSVP @sweetwatersound #MomsForMusic

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My kids have played musical instruments for years. I love that the boys can play viola and violin. It’s so important to me that they learn music. It helps them in their thinking, processing and even their growth and maturity. Sweetwater Music is inviting you to our #MomsForMusic twitter party. You have to RSVP to this fun twitter party that will happen on April 13th from 1-2 pm EST. We’re giving away great prizes. You can win Visa Gift Cards and a Fretlight Guitar! There’s fun to be had and music to be discussed. So RSVP below! 

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57 Replies to “Join the Sweetwater Twitter Party for Visa gift cards and more RSVP @sweetwatersound #MomsForMusic”

  1. I think it is so important to instill the value of music in kids when they are young. My oldest plays the drums.

  2. Learning music is wonderful, but then you have families like mine that have no musical ability. The one thing we do have is we love to listen to music of any kind.

  3. My children are still young (2 and 4) but I was thinking of getting them started with piano. I think it’s so important to teach them music from an early age!

  4. I did not inherit the music gene at all! 🙂 I’m so glad my children don’t take after me. They are all musical and 2 of them play several instruments. This sounds like a great Twitter party!

  5. I love that you’re focusing on instilling the music arts in children! It’s so important and not focused on enough these days. I will definitely be watching on to see how your Twitter party goes, sounds like a great time 🙂

  6. I think every child should have the opportunity to be expose to music and instruments. This is a great program!

  7. Music is so important to children’s development. My home school boys play: violin in orchestra, guitar, piano, harmonica, drums and sing in chorus. Surprisingly, my neighbors still love us!

  8. Music is such an important thing in people’s lives. This was a great post to read and such a fun idea! Love it!

  9. My second oldest played violin for years. My daughter played clarinet for a few. Hubby got the youngest a real drum kit the minute he took an interest in his (probably so his wouldn’t get messed up, lol!). Little man’s getting pretty good at ’em too. I love when the kids take an interest in music.

  10. I use to play a couple of instruments when in school and I love it when music is promoted. It really does help in academics in so many ways.

  11. What a great Twitter party this is going to be. Thanks for sharing. Will share with my friends to RSVP.

  12. Well this outta be a fun one! My kids were into music too. My daughter became great at the saxophone.

  13. How beautiful! I’d love to add that guitar to my guitar collection. I’ll have to try to keep this Twitter party in mind.

  14. Music played a big part in my life! I’m so glad there are programs like these that help kids hone their talents in music!

  15. I’m all for learning a musical instrument – it teaches one the value of focus and how to follow instructions properly. More so, it imbibes discipline and patience. I should know. My Mom made me learn how to play the piano and the banduria – at first I didn’t like it but now that I’m a grown up, I sure see why it’s good for me. I wish for the success of this activity.

  16. I believe! My kids have a few instruments. Just recently got my son a drum set. They love it and we encourage it!

  17. Music definitely needs to be part of every child’s life, it can have so many positive influences. Kids need it as a creative outlet! I know I will definitely be participating in twitter parties like these once I have a little one of my own.

  18. That is wonderful! My son is a member of the school concert band and he plays the trumpet. Proud of him because although I love listening to music, I was never into playing musical instruments. 🙂

  19. My daughter is playing violin at age 5 and I see the big difference. For me it is very important that kids can learn music at the very young age.

  20. Well, that;s very cool to have a guitar as the top prize for the Twitter Party. That’s something that you don’t see very often. Good luck to all who participate.

  21. My daughter wanted to learn how to play the piano but felt intimidated. So I enrolled in a nearby college and told her it’s never too late to learn. Now she’s teaching herself how to play and pretty soon I’ll be enrolling her in some lessons!

  22. I totally agree about the importance of music education for children. So much so in fact, that I founded a non-profit organization called the Roderick L. Young Foundation for Youth Music Education.

  23. OOoooo I always love a good Twitter party!! Definitely putting this in my calendar so I do not miss it. Thanks for the info!

  24. My daughter loves music too, everything from dancing to singing to playing the harmonica! I am super happy she gets her Dad’s musical gene because I can’t snap on beat and I know how important it is for kids to love and appreciate music!

  25. This sounds like a fun event! It’s so important to instill the gift of music into others.

  26. This is so awesome! Music is such an important part of kids all-around education. Too bad it is being taken out of so many schools.

  27. I think music is great for all ages in all genres that are age appropriate! Between listening, singing (performing), and playing instruments you can’t go wrong!

  28. I love twitter parties! This one sounds like it’s gonna be a blast! Thanks for the information.

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