Today, since it’s a “teaching day”, I’m thankful for my piano studio, my students, and my pianos 🙂 When I was growing up, my dad was a minister, meaning we lived in whatever parsonage the church chose to let us live in. The one we had in Pawcatuck, CT had an upright piano […]
The manuscript of Mozart’s A major piano sonata K331 has recently been discovered in Budapest. Having spent the majority of its life in the Budapest’s National Széchényi Library for decades, the coveted manuscript was rediscovered by Haydn scholar Balazs Mikusi. “When I first laid eyes upon the manuscript, the handwriting already looked suspiciously ‘Mozartish’,” said Mikusi, who […]
A new reward system for fall. These collectible cards will excite and motivate your beginning students. Your student will get one when they complete a task or accomplish a goal in their musical journey! Each level has fifty-four achievement cards. There are enough for the whole year. Bravo Badges are designed to be eye-catching. […]
Writer and neurologist Oliver Sacks, who died on Sunday, August 30, 2015 at age 82, spent his life wondering on the myriad connections among biology, thought, emotion and perception. For those of us who obsess over the how and why of music, Sacks’ work on sound and its effects on the brain – and vice […]
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It will be fun watching your child improve their piano skills all while having fun using Piano Maestro in lessons each week! As your child’s teacher (or YOUR teacher!), I’m looking forward to seeing the progress they will make when they start using it at home each day. This guide will help you understand how this app will […]
Student books in 6 different categories are available now in both digital and hardcopy. There is now “To the Lake”, “Outdoor Adventure”, “To the Farm”, “Country Carnival” and two levels of “Rockstar Rally”. Ideal for students ages 4 and up. On the staff from the start Music is a mix of familiar tunes and original […]
Reminder! NO lessons August 13-27. They will resume Thursday, August 28, 2020 If you forget, Mimi and Mom will be here to check your theory assignments 🙂