Entries by Suzy S.

9 Confidence-Boosting Singing Quotes & Affirmations

Quotes about singing are an excellent way to motivate yourself and encourage others to keep at it. No matter how much you love singing, it isn’t always easy to perform in front of an audience. Instead of doubting your talents or fearing failure, learn from the inspiring artists and thinkers who came before you! Check out the following singing […]

The 7 Types of Learners & How to Find the Best Teacher For YOU

No matter how far your education has taken you, you’ve likely had a lot of teachers over the course of your life. Elementary school teachers, middle school teachers, high school teachers and beyond; each year brought one (or more) teachers and mentors into your life. Maybe you even had Little League coaches or camp counselors […]

11 Quick and Easy Tips for Reading Guitar Chord Charts

While it’s true that you don’t need to read music to play the guitar, you should learn how to read guitar chord charts. A guitar chord chart is a visual representation of a chord. This helpful visual is a little like music-by-numbers; it tells you which finger goes where and on what string, so in case you […]

5 Easy Piano Songs for Kids + Video Tutorials

Whether you have a grand piano or a small, electronic keyboard, you can teach your child many easy piano songs for kids. It doesn’t matter how much your child knows about music either; they’re sure to enjoy learning with the fun songs on this list. Before you get started, you’ll need to learn the location […]

Flower Power: 4 Easy Ukulele Songs from the 60s

Ready for a time warp? Ukulele teacher Willy M. has five classic tunes from the 60s that are perfect for your ukulele! There was something about the music of the 1960s that has remained popular year after year. The nice thing about this for the beginning ukulele player is that 60s songs make great tunes to learn […]

Quiz: What is Your Learning Style?

No matter what you’re learning, your personality plays a big role! Everyone learns differently, and the strategies that work for one person may not work for another — and that’s OK! Whether you’re learning a new language or even picking up a new hobby, it’s smart to keep your learning style in mind. That way, you’re […]

It’s Time to “Spring Clean” Your Music Goals!

Remember how bright-eyed and excited you were at the beginning of the year with your music goals and dreams? Now that we’re a few months into the year, it’s a great time to evaluate your progress. If you followed the SMART goal process (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Timely), you should have a good idea of […]