Top 5 Acapella Songs for Any Singer

If your child is going to audition for singing competitions, musical roles, or anything else that involves singing, they’re likely going to be asked to perform acapella. Singing without music or accompaniment helps music directors get a good grasp of the singer’s voice and stamina. It takes a lot more work to sing acapella than

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Top 4 Songs for School Musical Auditions

Is your child ready to audition for a school musical? Many schools have some form of musical presentation. Some do a full stage musical, while others may do an abbreviated selection of songs from a show. Either way, if your child has been taking private voice lessons, they may be ready to audition. But what

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Virtual Summer Camp – SONGWRITING — Register Now!

As we continue to teach music lessons virtually, we wanted to share an exciting opportunity we’re offering this summer — SONGWRITING! June 15-18, 2020 online via Zoom (4) one hour sessions 11am-12pm EST (8am-9am PST) OR 1-2pm EST (10-11am PST) ages 8-13 $150 – includes t-shirt, welcome gift, swag and more To register call 770-439-3579

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How Do The Best Piano Players Practice?

If your little one has chosen the piano as their instrument, you likely have asked their piano instructor what you can do to help them practice. You may also do some research on your own and look into how the best piano players have honed their skills. Adapting top-notch players’ practice methods for your child

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Top 5 Colleges Represented on Broadway

If you have older children who are in high school, you may already be talking to them about college. You shouldn’t wait until they’re seniors to begin this conversation—by then, it can actually be too late to get the GPA and extracurricular requirements the most exclusive programs require. For singers specifically, you definitely need to

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10 Apps That Will Make Your Child Excited to Learn Music

Investing in your child’s musical ability early on can lead to incredible life skills for them later in life. By learning an instrument, or how to sing and dance, your child builds confidence, self-expression, communication, and discipline. Music teachers will likely recommend complementing their lesson with music apps out to support your child’s learning. Below

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