I secretly wonder how many teachers have let our own practicing go; once-stunning performance skills get rusty while we hone our teaching skills. It’s not that we rest on our laurels, but that we get busy or forget to make the time. Our relationship with music is like any relationship. It can start to feel... Continue Reading →

Energize the first three minutes of your piano lessons with warm-ups that encourage great posture, focus the mind (yours and your student's) and set the mood for learning. Perhaps in your studio you have students who don't need reminders to sit with good posture or relax tension in their shoulders, arms or hands, or to... Continue Reading →

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