Monthly Archives: March 2014

Inspiration and Music Lessons: Scenes from Childhood Live On

As a child studying music, I was very fortunate. I was not rich. I did not have the most expensive toys or gadgets. The internet did not exist in the 1980s. I did not compete in many sports. During my … Continue reading

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Piano and Facilitating Thinking Skills

I enjoy reading blogs from a variety of different authors. In this featured blog post, please enjoy reading about what motivational factors there can be for all music students, all parents, and all teachers. Here is a great quote included … Continue reading

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The Coffee House: A New Way To Host A Piano Recital

Recently, I hosted a great performance opportunity for my piano students. In my teaching studio, I work with students from all ages, ranging between 5-95. A great motivator for all students of any age is the opportunity to perform in … Continue reading

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