Do you love music? Have you always wanted to learn an instrument but thought you were just “too old”? Think you’re twinkling is just for kids? Today Leah Jozwiak says you’re never too old to twinkle!
For the past 17 years, Leah has been the owner and managing director of the music and dance suite, with 2 locations in Naperville and Plainfield Illinois. After a successful career as a performer, Leah has devoted her life to spreading the joy of the arts. She is the wife of another music entrepreneur and the mother of 3 grown musicians and believes “You’re Never Too Old to Twinkle”
[1:35] The age of when Leah was first introduced to music.
[3:36] How it might be a better time to start a musical instrument before 4th Grade.
Suzuki triangle- The parent, the student, and the teacher.
[11:26] Advice for starting to play an instrument.
[15:53] Top three skills that help kids succeed in school that they can only learn from the arts.
“You’re never too old to twinkle”
“You can start at 1 or 100, you’re never too old”
[20:51] Why it is important for kids to be involved in the arts.
“It’s not wrong, its different.”
[34:55] Best way to reach Leah.
[35:26] Parting advice for parents that are busy but know that the arts are something they want to incorporating into their kid’s life.