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Welcome to the Piano At Play blog and the Notekidds online music shop! I’m Rebekah Maxner and this is where I centre my online activities.

Photo credit: Carole Morris-Underhill

You are invited to grab a tea or coffee, sit back and browse my posts and pages. You’ll find:

I’m also passionate about…

  • riding my bike!
  • music by other composers
  • the music aboard the RMS Titanic
  • food that keeps my engine running
  • books
  • musicals
  • tuxedo cats!
Watch The Way Back Home, a 2021 MaxMusic Club eSheet.

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It’s a fun way to connect! My handle is simply rebekah_maxner.

Come join Piano Teacher Canada!

Piano teachers from around the world are invited to join Piano Teacher Canada.

We’re a friendly Facebook group for piano teachers from Canada and around the world! We engage in piano-related discussions and are a helpful bunch!

“…thanks for all you do to create a fun and engaged piano teaching community!” ~ Jono, Ottawa

Visit my Titanic Piano blog!

In 2012 for the centennial of Titanic‘s tragic sinking, I conducted extensive research on the ship’s music venues and design, the Steinway pianos and the bands’ repertoire and wrote the Titanic Piano blog that is now archived and still available!

Consider this your invitation to stay connected!

P.S. The artwork throughout my blog is from a painting (shown above) by the well-loved Nova Scotian artist, Holly Carr, who paints on silk. She also painted the cover art for several of my piano collections.

Aboard the small sailing ship Amoeba, Baddeck, Cape Breton Island.

And speaking about my blog and the design, meet Paul, my husband, who is my online team! Piano at Play is a ‘mom-and-pop’ operation, small and personal. Paul is my tech guy and he makes it possible for me to connect with you and deliver my ideas in such a user-friendly way. To see what he does professionally as an archivist, visit the Nova Scotia Archives. All of my thanks to this terrific guy! ❤

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