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15 Fun Ways to Celebrate National Piano Month

15 Fun Ways to Celebrate National Piano Month

  Love all things piano? Whether you dabble on the keys in your spare time, spend hours on the bench practicing to become the next virtuoso, teach piano for a living, or simply enjoy listening to Beethoven's best, we can all agree -- the piano is an amazing instrument! From jazz hits to classical, heavy metal covers to even rap and hip-hop that sample piano, there are practically no limits to what you can explore on the piano. So now it's time to celebrate, with September 1st m … Read More

15 Fun Ways to Celebrate National Piano Month
  Love all things piano? Whether you dabble on the keys in your spare time, spend hours on the bench practicing to become the next virtuoso, teach piano for a living, or simply enjoy listening to Beethoven's best, we can all agree -- the piano is an amazing instrument! From jazz hits to classical, heavy metal covers to even rap and hip-hop that sample piano, there are practically no limits to what you can explore on the piano. So now it's time to celebrate, with September 1st m
Feeling Bored? 3 Ways to Stay Motivated at the Piano
Are you getting bored or perhaps discouraged with playing the piano? In this week's guest post, Allysia from PianoTV.net shares three ways to stay motivated at the piano... We all know the drill with motivation. You listen to a great recording or live performance, and are filled with energy and enthusiasm. You rush to the piano and happily practice every day for a week, a month, or even longer. But then maybe you get bored, or hit a rough patch, and suddenly you can barely drag yourself ov
Tips for Playing Piano Duets
Playing piano duets, or "four-hand piano," is a fun way to share your love for playing music! Buddy up with another pianist and get ready to make some rich and full sounds. If you've never played with another pianist before, let these tips for playing piano duets be your guide. Know Your Part Before you sit down together, decide if you'll be playing the high part (usually known as primo) or the bass part (known as secondo). You and your partner should spend some time practicing independe
How to Enter (& Win) Singing Contests & Competitions
Are you ready to step out of the practice room and take your talent to the stage? In this article, voice teacher Milton J. shares his tips for preparing for a competition or audition, and then continue reading for our list of contests to enter!   For quite a few years, we’ve tuned in our televisions, phones, and tablets to our favorite singing contests and competitions every week. We've been picking our favorite singers, voting for them (sometimes more than once), and hoping they
Why Your Daughter Shouldn’t Sing (ONLY) Taylor Swift Music
Is your daughter begging you for voice lessons, so she can learn to sing just like Taylor Swift? Awesome! But she also shouldn’t be limiting herself to the pop-country crooner. Read on as Nashville teacher Heather E. explains why… Lets get this straight right off the bat - I don’t hate Taylor Swift.  I think she’s a great performer, a great businesswoman, and her early songs (the ones she wrote herself) are pretty good.  If your daughter is looking for a role model, TSwift’s story of stardom wi

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