August 26, 2015

Stage fright plagues many performers: musicians, public speakers, singers, actors, etc. etc. (In fact, we could experience 'stage fright' in any daily activities that bring us discomfort. Think of what happens to you when you are nervous: dry mouth, butterflies, shaking, nausea, sweaty palms, etc.) 

Many in the arts believe stage fright to be a taboo topic and one that prepared performers should not experience....

February 17, 2015

What do you think of when you hear the word "music"? Fun: celebration, singing, dancing. If you think about it more, you will think of moments when music evoked happiness or sadness and the times when music served as a companion in the car or at home. Many great writers and musicians wrote about the ability of music to express "the inexpressible" and I have found this invaluable in teaching  my 3- and 4-year-old students. Just...

February 9, 2015

It is no secret that music (listening and study) is beneficial to our intellectual growth! But, that's not all! A study by German scientists has concluded that classical music boosts our emotional and physical health in a number of ways. Interested in learning more? Here is a quick summary of the findings posted on the NY Public Radio by Amanda Angel: Top Five Studies on Classical Music and Health 




January 15, 2015

We get this question very often and the answer?

It is never too early to introduce your child to music! However, we have to keep in mind that just as every child learns differently, they also respond to music differently based on their age. There is a difference between "formal" music lessons that require a student to sit down with an instrument for 30, 45, 60 minutes and lessons that introduce and foster a love for music at a...

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