Positive Recitals for Young Students: Setting the Stage for Success

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A piano recital can be magical: an impressive venue, an elegant grand piano, polished musical performances, a beautiful reception, delicious refreshments, excited children, beaming parents, and a proud teacher. Although this setting may be thrilling for some, not everyone may share the same excitement. For young pianists and their parents, the idea...
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Parents attending lessons: rewards and challenges

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Why would teachers want to encourage parents to attend lessons? Although some teachers—Suzuki, Yamaha, or preschool, for example—routinely invite parents, not all music teachers find that children or their guardians benefit from a shared experience. The following is an overview of some of the rewards and challenges of parental attendance at lessons...
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Piano magazines have some pictures that were about the online classes of the facts that need to join formation to have on it. Chal... Read More
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Parents should always be present in the life of their children. Since the basic formation of the child's personality depends on th... Read More
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This idea may be useful when parents have good knowledge of the subject, but in my case, I can hardly help her. What can I do for ... Read More
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Welcoming young children into your studio

Welcoming young children into your studio
Interested in widening your student base to include young children? Recent research points to enhanced brain development, increased musical potential, and even a higher occurrence of absolute pitch in students who begin lessons at an early age. In his essay "The Musical Brain," researcher Donald A. Hodges writes that "musical training changes the b...
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