If this article about the career journey of one of our Lessons In Your Home teachers seems like a shameless pitch, there’s a reason: it sort of is. Read about how Heather Johnston started out with the company eight years ago as a senior in college, thanks to a small ad in Creative Loafing. Her story just might resonate with you.
Music Teachers walk through many doors into many houses to teach many students and the students are wildly different from one another. Attitude, talent, work ethic, mental endurance are all unique to each person. I’m always thinking about how much my students teach me and, which is probably about as much as I teach them.
I recently was at the airport and in the security line when I noticed a couple of young people who where wearing a sweater from Saint Martin Episcopal School. Being that Lessons In Your Home teaches private piano and guitar lessons at this fantastic Atlanta school. I asked the parents if the children attended to
It’s a bit of a cliché to say this, but I love to listen to music. You could safely assume that all musicians love to listen to music, but you might not know that it can be a really challenging thing to do. It’s a skill you can practice and improve upon. My ability to
If you are trying to learn piano or learn guitar or learn any instrument, your going to need to learn how to practice. The most common overlooked technique might be practicing backwards. Why? watch the video.
Often times at student recitals, we see a really good performance followed by a student bolting off the stage, some times wile they are still holding the last note. If you have ever played a recital you can probably remember that it can fell good to be done and running off the stage might not
Molly is one of Amore Francis’s best students. When i asked Amore why Molly (and her sister Emily) always played so well his answer was simple. Their family supports their piano lessons so mush, they can’t fail.Molly inspiring recital performance.