You may think you’re too old to learn to play an instrument.
Increasingly, older adults are letting go of the stereotype that piano lessons are for children or it’s too late to take up drum, according to a recent narrative in The Washington Post.
The story by Tara Bahrampour gives several examples of people who are “embracing musicianship later in life: ”
Margo Thorning, who started taking drum lessons at age 70
Beverly Zweiben, who took her first piano lesson in her 50 s
Susan Shand, who bought her first musical instrument — a harpsichord — at 57