Recreational Music Making
Every Life Needs Music!
Adults who learn to play the piano or organ simply live better.
Making music enriches our quality of life and relaxes the mind and soul.
Each and every one of us possesses music within our hearts, souls and
minds that we need to express. We invite you to express your inner
music in one of our Recreational Music Making classes.
Music isn't learning notes and playing them. You learn notes to
play to the music of your soul.
|Recreational Music Making is a
national movement which is quickly gaining momentum and support.
Below are a few links to other RMM resources and organizations.
We hope to have you join one of our classes at either The Piano
Gallery of Corpus Christi, TX or Valley Keyboards of McAllen,
To request more information or
enroll in an RMM class, please
||National Association of Music
Merchants is the association whose mission is to
unify, lead and strengthen the international music products
industry and increase active participation in music making.
NAMM has established a division who's main focus is the
development and promotion of Recreational Music Making.
||American Music Conference's
goal is to build credibility for music and music education and
to expand that portion of the population that enjoys and makes
its own music. AMC is a driving force behind the
development and promotion of Recreational Music Making classes,
events and curriculum.
Magazine offers inspiration, instruction, and
information for the amateur musician. Read stories about music
makers from all walks of life, learn about the latest medical
research into the benefits of making music, discover tips to
make you learn better and get the most out of your hobby, and
Piano Foundation's objective is to inform readers
about Recreational Music Making as it relates to piano. The
piano community is working on a joint RMM initiative and this
site will report on these activities.
Wellness Center has been developed for individuals
and their loved-ones who are willing to take an active role in
their own well-being or healing process. The center
is actively researching how music making positively effects the
whole body. Read articles and follow current research
being led by Dr. Barry Bittman and a team of doctor's dedicated
to making music an integral part of everyday health and