Due to the particularly rampant and vicious flu this year, we wanted to share some reminders about how to have healthy music lessons and our illness cancellation policy. Disinfecting instruments. We become especially diligent with cleaning our homes, especially
Music lessons offer an opportunity for students to learn a new language, creative expression, hard work and problem solving skills. Often a parent’s or student’s expectations for their first music lesson may differ from a teacher’s expectations for quite a
Check out just a few highlights of our students’ incredibly artistic performances at our “Let’s Play S’more Music!” Recital on June 4th, 2017 in Greenwich, CT. Our students never disappoint! Many thanks to our participating Forbes Music Teachers: Alice, Ashley, Brian, Cynthia, Emily,
“Jazz improvisation is exactly like speaking,” notes jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis. This is a compelling statement on a few different levels. First it’s important to explore the parallels between speaking words and playing notes. Structurally the two are quite similar.
One of the most difficult aspects of becoming a teacher is learning how to motivate your students. It is also one of the most important. Here’s an effective approach to motivate students. Source: Motivating Students
The modern American lives in a culture of constant learning and socialization – until a certain point. From kindergarten through high school, students jam in as much knowledge as they can, filling their spare time with hobbies and social endeavors.
Parents and students are always asking about the importance of practice and how to make the most of every minute. Watch the video at the link below and learn what effective practicing looks like, scientifically. Source: How To Practice Effectively, According
Have you ever gotten chills from listening to music? Not everyone does, but if you do it’s because your brain is built differently. At least according to the latest research. Check out the article below to learn more! Source: What