December and May are so busy I don’t do recitals during those months. We settled for a Christmas group lesson and this year added some snowball fun!
Getting to the piano is a little sweeter with a piece of chocolate each day.
Technic and theory books are done for these students. Next level, please.
My young student, Gwen, needed a little motivation to do something the first time or to be in rest position instead of playing while I was playing an example.
We keep score and she gains a point when she does something the first time. So far she beats me at every lesson!
My daughter can’t practice violin without me. We use marbles to get through practicing. She picks a prize for when the marble jar is full. Each time she does an assignment we add a marble to the jar. If needed, I add a marble for cooperating.
The easy button and beads also help lighten the mood at lessons.
Hooray for having six new Kawai digital pianos delivered with care from Barrus Piano Movers. I highly recommend them. They’ll be back in October to move my grand piano!
Two sets of siblings. Here is the first set. I need to take another picture to complete the other set.
Congrats to all the students for taking a musical road trip this summer in my studio.
The following students got 7 souvenirs or higher!