I Have Questions

I Have Questions

Posted on Mar 21, 2019 in Featured, Methods, Piano Camp

Musical S.T.E.M. is now available! Are you wondering if it’s for your students? Do you have questions about it? Anytime a new piano curriculum appears we wonder if we should spend our hard earned money on “trying it out”. In order to help you get to know this resource a little better, I created a […]

Is Musical S.T.E.M. For You?

Is Musical S.T.E.M. For You?

Posted on Mar 11, 2019 in Featured, Methods, Piano Camp

If you are searching for a piano camp that will be totally different than anything else you have planned before, you have come to the right place. Musical S.T.E.M. is a curriculum for playing the piano in combination with science, technology, engineering and math. Maybe you are on the fence about experimenting with a new […]

Piano Pronto in a Group Setting

Piano Pronto in a Group Setting

Posted on Feb 27, 2019 in Featured, Methods, Planning

I struggled for so many years trying to find a piano method that would be flexible to my studio needs. Dreaming of creating my own piano method was always in the back of my mind. Twenty-five years ago? That was next to impossible if you were not backed by a publishing house or had someone […]

Mixed Ages- part 3

Mixed Ages- part 3

Posted on Feb 25, 2019 in Class Routine, Featured, Methods, Planning

It is so exciting to see the many ways that group piano teaching has blossomed over the past 20 years. I’ve mentioned the different styles before, and with today’s post I wish to highlight just one. Read part 1 and part 2 here. The group piano class for mixed ages allows students to build friendships, […]

What is Musical S.T.E.M.?

What is Musical S.T.E.M.?

Posted on Feb 16, 2019 in Featured, Methods, Piano Camp

In just a few words, Musical S.T.E.M. is a curriculum for playing the piano with science, technology, engineering and math. (sign up now and to receive a 10% discount). Have you planned your summer piano camp already? As I mentioned in a previous post  our teaching and learning has become increasingly segregated. We separate the arts from the sciences. In fact, when […]