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To support both practice and performance, our instructors are sharing their key learnings and ideas. We also address how piano, guitar and vocal lessons can help influence other other areas of learning and life.

December 5, 2019

Congratulations to the following students on passing the ABRSM Piano Exam with Distinction! 

Layla Clarke - Grade 4

Bayan Clarke - Grade 5

Charlie Gil - Grade 5

The ABRSM (Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music) is an examinations board based in London, UK, wh...

October 29, 2019

To practice performing at home, pretend that the Piano or Guitar is 

the stage and it is your turn to play at the recital. Walk to the "stage”, take a bow, and adjust the bench as needed.

Take your time to get settled in before playing. Take a moment to think through the...

March 28, 2019

Acceptance to The Music Institute at Edward R. Murrow High School!

Logan Lane

Our piano student, Logan Lane, auditioned for the music department on piano for applying to Edward R. Murrow High School and was accepted into their music institute.

Best known for its music, th...

March 16, 2019

Marigold Manley

Marigold is a 9 year old vocal student who was picked as student of the month because she practices a minimum of 30 minutes everyday. Marigold wants to be a singer in the future and really works hard to achieve her dream. She now sings her favorite songs...

March 12, 2019

You have watched your child’s musical skills increase with each week of lessons and now you may be wondering, "What is possible with these skills beyond playing and performing?" 

In this 3-week class, we will explore the powerful tools that are...

August 10, 2017

Learning an instrument is both fun and challenging. But sometimes it's easy to get stuck in a loop, running through the same stuff over again. Sometimes we don't know what do to next. 

Here are 3 easy tips to maximize your guitar practicing and speed up the learning pro...

December 22, 2016

The benefits to giving your child piano lessons cannot be understated. Music is one of very few activities that has been shown to actually grow new brain cells. Brain scans have shown that the benefits of learning to play the piano extend even to listening to the piano...