Challenging. If there is one word to describe how I have been navigating my piano teaching, it is this word. Being used to conducting in-person piano lessons and only occasionally doing Face Time lessons for sick students, the pandemic situation has put me in a position where more patience and creativity are needed, and definitely,… Continue reading Piano teaching in a COVID-19 world
New Year, New Beginnings
The air is damp, the breeze is cold, the dogs are mostly asleep during the day. The sky more gray, but the year is new, and so are our hearts, I hope. Music that inspires, music that breaths, music that fills, music that moves. We hope to bring more sunshine, more warmth and life… Continue reading New Year, New Beginnings
Music and the Brain (in dogs)
I have often wondered how does music impact the brain of dogs. Sebastian, my chocolate Labrador, is now 12 years old. He started listening to music when I first brought him home from the San Diego Humane Society when he was 8 weeks old. His day is not complete without him getting his daily dose… Continue reading Music and the Brain (in dogs)
A big Congratulations! to our fine students who competed in the San Diego Young Protege Music Competition last April 28, Saturday, at Mount Soledad Presbyterian Church, La Jolla! Sponsored by CAPMT San Diego South Chapter, this local competition is open to all instrumentalists ages 18 and below. Students compete by age category and instrument. Our… Continue reading Congratulations!
First Blog in September
A life without music is incomplete. Listen, play, share!