Strike Up The Band

I have taught drum lessons in Washington, DC for several years now, and frequently parents contact me before lessons begin to discuss the purchase of a new drum set. Typically, this is the first drum set the family has ever purchased, and they are understandably bewildered by the decisions involved. The idea of getting a

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Opportunities for Violinists to Grow

Violin students have the opportunity to excel in different ways. Yes, going to lessons each week and diligently practicing are key for musical improvement, but more variety in the learning process also helps with the development of an exceptional player. As a teacher giving violin lessons in Atlanta, I encourage my students to have music

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All You Need to Know About Piano Tuning

Before your child begins taking piano lessons in Denver, you probably had one of the following realizations while sitting down to test out your piano: it’s completely out of tune, or after trying a few notes of “Chopsticks,” weren’t sure if it was. Whether you’re the new proud owner of an upright piano or you’ve

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Taking Care of Your Cello

As a cellist and cello teacher, I’ve often received the comment “I bet you wish you played the flute!” while transporting my instrument in its large, conspicuous white case in a taxi, train, subway, or even walking down the street. I’m often amused by this comment because while the flute is a beautiful instrument, I

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Differences Between a Piano and a Keyboard

First things first, if you’re interested in Miami piano lessons, you can succeed with either a piano or a keyboard. There are several significant differences between the two, as well as many key similarities. Understanding what sets them apart will help you choose the perfect instrument for you or your child. Can I learn piano

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