Your Music Library Will Never Look The Same Again

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Andrea and I are excited to announce the official launch of PianoBookClub.com! It’s been a wild and crazy February with a whole lot of creativity and a serious lack of sleep. But that’s how we rol … Continue Reading →

Don’t You Wish Every Student Had This Piano Problem?…

I received an email from a parent today... "Any tips for getting my daughter to stop playing the piano?  She's seriously obsessed!"  Obviously a tongue-and-cheek comment from a mom who is thrilled t … Continue Reading →

Could Your Student Do This? ‘On The Spot’ Pieces and Why You Need Them

My piano lesson experiences as a young child consisted mostly of prepping for exams.  I'd spend about 6 months learning 4 pieces... I'd take the exam... and then 2 months later I'd have completely … Continue Reading →

Do Your Piano Students Have an “Interesting” Taste in Music?

Have you ever watched Toopy and Binoo? It’s a children’s cartoon, and I’m pretty sure it was created to test the limits of my sanity. This is no exaggeration... I dare you to watch an episode! And yet … Continue Reading →

Our New Project Is Ready To Launch… Check It Out!

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We are very excited to announce the launch of our newest project, Kick It Classical Radio. Kick It Classical Radio grew out of a very real need to expose our piano students to classical music in a … Continue Reading →

What a Bunch of Wierdos!… Inspire Your Students With Quirky Composer Facts

Did you know that the renowned pop artist Andy Warhol wore a wig... to bed?! Did you know that he also had 25 cats, and that each and everyone was named “Sam”?! Did you know that Andy Warhol once sha … Continue Reading →

Give Your Christmas Piano Recital the Ka-Pow It Needs

I cannot stress enough how important Christmas Recitals are to a music studio or school. With parents, friends, and community members all in attendance, there is no greater time for your studio to … Continue Reading →

When Mozart Met Lady Gaga – Now Everyone’s Happy

Has the battle ended? Has someone found a way for classical and popular repertoire to exist peacefully in our piano teaching studios? I am going to cautiously say… maybe! All joking aside, let’s be … Continue Reading →