This year, we're going to be making fall trees together in my studio. I'll have 12 grade school-age students participating. Each gets to make a tree that will hang in the studio, and I'm going to give out 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes at the Fall recital to those with the most leaves. Keep … Continue reading This year’s fall practice/performance incentive.
I love working from home. It’s not for everybody, but it’s definitely for me. I like making my own hours, being my own boss, and being accountable to myself. I’ve finally found a job where I don’t have to suck up to the boss, or tip-toe around a cranky co-worker. So naturally I thought that … Continue reading Having a Baby and Teaching Piano From Home
First, I have to say that I don’t live in one of those magical places where the weather is wonderful year-round. I live in the northeast, and we have four very distinct seasons. That’s why when the weather finally gets nice, I try to find ways to get my students outside every now and again. Because … Continue reading Taking the Piano Lesson Outside