May 9, 2019


1. Recitals provide a tangible goal to work towards. In having a set date and a pre-planned performance selection, your child learns how to manage their practice time and what it feels like to polish and perfect a piece.

2. Recitals provide...

Just like songs and scales, performing is a practice-able skill. Recital prep is  different from normal practice, where if you make a mistake, you stop to correct. However, when performing, you want to keep going no matter what happens. A “practice performance” is just...

February 8, 2019

Clothes are outgrown in days , toys are scattered and lost,but the gift of music lasts a lifetime.

Baby MusicPlay Classes: For Newborns, Infants & Babies

In Baby Music Play classes, we have unique learning experiences that can be adapted for any age.  

Music is one o...

February 7, 2019

Published by Alfred Publishing, Feb 1, 2019

Not long ago, I met with a family to talk about beginning piano lessons. I chatted with the parents for several minutes and as our discussion drew to a close, their eight-year-old son exclaimed, “Mom! Dad! Look what I just did...

January 15, 2019

1. Should you remind your children to practice?

YES! Most children wouldn’t brush their teeth if parents didn’t remind them. 

2. Have your children practice right after their lesson AND the very next day. When kids do this, their practice will be much more effective bec...

December 20, 2018

So many students are so busy these days. Between school, homework, soccer practice, ballet, swim team, music lessons, playdates, you name it, there’s hardly any time to breathe. How do you make time for practicing when your schedule already seems filled to capacity?


December 2, 2018

Music lessons are a gift that lasts a LIFETIME! It is one of the few skills you can enjoy even when you’re 100 years old.

Share the gift of music with the people you love with an Everyone Makes Music Studio gift card.  We have gift cards fo Piano, Ukulele, Voice and Ear...

Why We’re Thankful for Music

Nov 12, 2018

“Music is the great uniter. An incredible force. Something that people who differ on everything and anything else can have in common.” 
― Sarah Dessen, Just Listen

“Music produces a kind of pleasure which human nature cannot do w...

1. Practice slowly.

If you can’t play it slowly, you don’t truly understand it.

Quick is fun and exciting, but it is a lot more gratifying when it is precise!

Steady tempo is also essential, use a drumbeat backing track or metronome if you find your self racing. Faster is...

March 20, 2018

One of the most important things we can do as piano parents is make sure your piano students are excited to get to lessons, here are  these five easy-to-implement strategies  so you won't have to deal with pre-lesson melt-downs and wonder if the piano is the problem....

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