Nicole plays a couple pieces in our fall concert 2019: Here is one of them: John Legend’s “All of Me”.
Learn how to play the beginning of John Lennon’s “Imagine” at the piano! It’s very simple!
William plays Yiruma’s River Flows in You and Naruto’s Sadness and Sorrow.
Andre plays Voltes V theme song and Daft Punk’s Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger at our piano student concert 2019
Getting ready for our upcoming Halloween-themed piano student concert! It’s going to be a lot of fun!
This is what I see as I lie here on my beanbag in my backyard, listening to Philip Glass’s “Mad Rush” (frankly the first piece of his I ever like). At the same time I am looking at my Facebook page. I am reading one of the many “inspirational quotes”, something like “who knows if… Continue reading Piano is Life
“Teaching is such a noble work!”, a student recently said to me. I never thought about it in that way. Certainly, when one picked teaching as his or her career, one would not expect to make a fortune out of it. Some might choose it simply because of its stability (if he or she works… Continue reading Rethinking Piano Teaching
There is a general misconception about classical music. “It’s boring.” “It’s for the elite.” (“high-class”). “It’s old. Who wants to listen to that?” “I don’t understand it.” “I don’t play an instrument, so I don’t get it.” Classical music is just another music genre, like jazz, hip hop, rock, pop, world. Of course, in the… Continue reading Classical Music: Sacred or Scary?
I just want to write a quick note for all of you out there, who might be feeling a bit down or frustrated because you didn’t have the better result than you expected in your lessons/practice/exam/concert/teaching/building your studio. Please read this: You didn’t fail. You tried your best and it wasn’t the result you wanted.… Continue reading Words of Encouragement for You