Summer is the ideal time for piano study. I have a limited number of slots remaining, so feel free to contact me.
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Summer is the ideal time for piano study. I have a limited number of slots remaining, so feel free to contact me. Interested in a free piano lesson? Or in hearing about my Summer Flex-Time scheduling? Click Summer lessons! or Student referral program. Thank you for passing my name on to friends and acquaintances. My …View full post
If you wonder whether your younger student is ready for piano study, please feel free to discuss this with me. I am an experienced piano teacher in the Boston, MA area and teach students of all ages. Also, read my Intelligence and Creativity box to learn more about who is actually studying piano and its benefits for a variety of life stages.View full post
First, find a qualified piano technician and consult with them for any mechanical issues. Please ask me if you need a referral. I have several names that I could suggest. Below are four key issues to consider. Avoid swings in temperature; keep piano away from windows; tune your piano twice a year; and evaluate the …View full post
Teachers, advanced students, and performing professionals from all over the world valued Sebok’s years of performance experience and teaching expertise just before his passing in November, 1999. He was an established figure in the international musical world, equally respected as both a concert pianist and as a master teacher.View full post
“Music study is a child’s most important extra-curricular activity because it will help him in many areas of life. Piano training builds physical skills, develops mental focus, and uplifts the spirit at the same time; and no other activity integrates all three aspects of humanness. There is nothing better than playing music to build wholesome, …View full post
Let me go where’er I will, I hear a sky-born music still. It sounds from all things old, It sounds from all things young; From all that’s fair, from all that’s foul, Peals out a cheerful song. It is not only in the rose, It is not only in the bird, Not only where the rainbow glows, Nor …View full post
A guy goes to Vienna to pay his respects to the great composers. But when he gets to the graveyard, he hears a strange scratching sound coming from Beethoven’s tomb. Unable to restrain himself, he pries the lid off the tomb, and there sits the long-dead master, furiously crossing out musical notation from a piece …View full post
At his piano lesson, the student is taught to listen carefully to his music and play with a beautiful sound. This is much of what makes it a rewarding and highly valued life experience. If he goes home, and the instrument makes it difficult to achieve these goals, he can become frustrated and discouraged in his practice, and at future lessons.View full post