This is a question I’ve gotten a handful of times since my days at PBS— and let me tell you, I have a whole list! I picked a few of my favorites to share with you in this post (they're my favorites both because of...

“My mission has always been to bring the joy of creating anywhere I could”— Chick Corea, February 2021 On February 9th the music world lost an icon nobody could measure up to—Chick Corea, Downbeat Hall of Famer and NEA Jazz Master, died of a rare form...

If you were left struggling during quarantine, you’re not alone.  The CDC reported a significant growth in the number of people who reported feelings of anxiety and depression between April and June of 2020, compared to the same time period in 2019. Younger adults, racial/ethnic minorities,...

Being a good note reader is not a requirement to becoming a good piano player. If you want to become a concert pianist and play concerts with symphony orchestras for a living, you probably need to learn how to read music. But assuming your interest lies...

There’s a lot of adjectives we could use to describe this year’s events… but I like to use songs to express my thoughts and feelings. Here are a few songs I’ll be working on to say a proper goodbye to 2020. Feel free to comment...

Is there a better way to celebrate the holiday season than sharing kindness and a smile (behind a mask, of course)? I don’t think there is. I created this challenge with my piano-playing community in mind: I know we have some AWESOME Piano in a...

That's a title I didn't see myself typing! I just have to share the news with all of you: I was happy to see my super-talented new Public Relations Lead get mentioned in the New York Times! Hannah just graduated with a degree in Public Relations...