When I was learning the piano, here is what I would tell my 24-year-old self to keep it from becoming work. I sometimes find it interesting to play the “if I knew then what I know now” game … So, here it goes with a couple things on that list! (and no, you don’t have to do flips to keep it fun! I don’t think these old hips could take it anyway.)
Choosing your first piano or keyboard can be confusing, overwhelming and downright exhausting, but it doesn’t have to be. Let me help you bring some clarity to the daunting task of choosing a good first instrument.
I’m so excited to do YouTube office hours with you all! As a short reminder, between now and Christmas I’ll be streaming a lesson once a week to get you playing a fun hip sounding version of Jingle Bells!
To join me for free lesson #2 on Wednesday, November 30th at 4 pm (EST) go here:
It can be so frustrating when your child doesn’t want to practice the piano. You know you’re giving them a valuable tool that will help them be a disciplined, well-rounded individual, but they just don’t understand that right now. Prevent future fighting and meltdowns and try these strategies!
Myths and wives tales have been around since the dawn of time and while no one knows how they started, it’s important to separate fact from fiction. Especially when it comes to playing the piano because often times, myths can prevent people from learning the piano.
With so many different options and brands to choose from, buying a new keyboard or digital piano can be a scary process. Find out exactly what you should be looking for in a keyboard with these helpful tips!