Did You Say Football Fan? What is your favorite football team? Chances are you just answered the question easily. Now who is your favorite composer? Band? Performer? What’s your favorite piece or song by that performer? I will assume the answer didn’t come as fast, and if you asked your 10 year old trombone student
I always know a student, or parent of a student needs some help and understanding when they ask me the question “How many lessons will I/they need to take? If you’ve never played a music instrument or taken music lessons, it’s easy to understand how someone can ask. If you’ve played an instrument you know
When you are looking for a Music Lesson(s) of any kind, piano lessons, voice lessons, guitar lessons, or any music lesson you can think of you ought to consider in home music lessons. This video goes over Jay Maurice’s main likes on the subject of having a private teacher teach in your home. If you
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.
A young piano student has many obstacles to overcome before his first piano recital. Where then do we set the bar and doing well? We say the answer is within each young piano student to do their best. Doing well at a recital means you did your best. Since “your best” is different for everyone
Make-up Music Lessons From An Economist’s Point of View. By Vicky Barham I’m a parent of children enrolled in Suzuki music lessons. I’d like to explain to other parents why I feel – quite strongly, actually – that it is unreasonable of we parents to expect our teachers to make up lessons we miss, even
It’s nice to get word of positive things that our students do. Over the last holiday season while at a parent’s friend’s house the kids overheard some magical words from the host’s mouth, “we have a music room downstairs”. Then, what was just your guitar lesson now turns into a Jam Session Music Lesson. When