It’s your wedding day!
It’s the day you have been waiting for. Your guests are celebrating your marriage with your one and only. You want to give your guests a big treat and celebrate with them too.
However, you have no ideas. You have been really busy preparing for your wedding. And the worse thing, you have not planned for anything for the wedding day!
But you don’t want to disappoint your guests. And most importantly, you don’t want to disappoint your bride! You want to make her feel special and remember the occasion…forever!
What can you do?
Here’s the idea. Take it …
Plan a simple piece on the piano for her!
I know, I know… You don’t have any music background. You don’t have any music experience. The only musical instrument you had played before, is the recorder in your primary school. And maybe the drum in your school’s music room. That’s all. Nothing else.
You may be thinking now…Hmm, I really love the piano, I really want to play the piano for my bride. I never played the piano, how can I do it?
Don’t stress so much!
You can learn the piano!
You can take up piano lessons in Singapore to start preparing for your wedding day performance!
The piano looks really scary. It’s huge. It has lots of notes. But when you see pianists or piano teachers playing them, they look so easy, don’t they? It’s just like fingers running from one end to the other end of the piano.
But really, the piano is not that hard. And your performance for your bride don’t be that hard too. And that’s the point! Your performance is not to impress the crowd, and try to be a world class pianist that day. Your job is to simply play a song on the piano (which your wife never know you could play), and then use your music to touch her!
And because you are the man of the wedding, even if you played it with some little mistakes, your friends, your guests, your family, will still cheer you on! You don’t have to impress everyone. You just have to show your bride that you made an effort to learn the piano, and to play a song for her on her biggest day.
How to get started?
Start signing up for piano lessons. If you are a beginner, it is recommended you have at least 3 months of lessons, or 10-12 lessons to help you prepare for you.
Because you are just learning 1 song, you don’t have to really go through the entire piano syllabus. If you want, you can continue after the wedding performance. But the main focus is to learn a song well, no matter how you do it, so that you will be ready to perform well on your wedding day.
You still need to learn the basics, but once you’ve learned it in the first few lessons, your teacher will focus on your song. Practice it well, and be ready to perform on that day!
To get started, you can sign up for piano lessons with The Happy Pianist, where they will match you with a suitable teacher to work with you on your piano performance right away!