Faculty Concert – Ayumi Okada, composer

Home > Piano Lessons > Blog   Faculty Concert – Ayumi, composer   On March 10, our piano faculty, Ayumi’s composition,  “The Gray Wolf” (world premiere) for piano quintet will be performed alongside works by Caroline Shaw, Doug...

5 Ways to Sneak Singing Practice into Your Busy Schedule

Home > Singing Lessons > Blog   5 Ways to Sneak Singing Practice into Your Busy Schedule   For those of us in school, adult students working or buried in our daily activities finding time to practice singing can be a challenge. But we should not give up...

Inspiration from the Life of Franz Liszt

Home > Piano Lessons > Blog   Inspiration from the Life of Franz Liszt   Franz Liszt lived from October 1811 to July 1886. Many people remember him as a virtuoso pianist. His contemporaries often argued that he was the greatest piano player in history....

How Parents With No Singing Knowledge Can Help Their Kids

Home > Singing Lessons > Blog   How Parents With No Singing Knowledge Can Help Their Kids    According to recent research, parents are a child’s first teacher. What parents do or don’t do, will have a lasting influence on the child’s skills and literacy. On...

Basics for Care and Maintenance of a Piano

Home > Piano Lessons > Blog   Basics for Care and Maintenance of a Piano   Your piano is an investment, just like your home, or car, or fine furniture. It will always need maintenance and care similar to any other solid property. A piano, with the good...