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Myth #1: "I have to learn to play classical music before I can play pop and jazz" Reality: don`t think you must start your piano lessons with classical pieces if your ultimate goal is to learn pop music, you don`t have … Continue reading
Check out our list of classical composers that were born in October. Find out what composer was born on your day!!! October 1 Allessandro Stradella 1644 October 2 John Duarte 1919 October 3 Steve Reich 1936 October 4 Ernesto … Continue reading
DEAR STUDENTS, YOU CAN NOW REGISTER FOR PIANO, VOICE, GUITAR AND FLUTE LESSONS IN NEW YORK CITY. IF SIGN UP FOR LESSONS BEFORE AUGUST 20TH, YOU WILL GET THE FIRST CLASS ABSOLUTELY FREE! SO HURRY UP!
The advantages of taking summer lessons: 1. Summertime is a time when students can really focus on practice without the pressures from school. 2. Piano practice is a better pastime, than television and video games. 3. Children actually have the … Continue reading
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Dear Students! We are very excited to inform you that our Summer Music Recitals will be held at the new location of the legendary Steinway Hall at 1155 Avenue of the Americas (corner of 6th Ave and 45th Street). … Continue reading
Have you ever wondered about the power of music? If you haven't watch this video already, please, do yourself a favor and take a few minutes to watch it. Benjamin Zander - a conductor, composer and a music director has … Continue reading
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Art of Piano Playing Music School is inviting you to the Christmas recitals that will take place on: December 6 and December 13 at 6.00 pm. Both recitals will be held at Faust Harrison Pianos- a famous piano showroom with a large … Continue reading
Student to Teacher: “I can’t reach the brakes on this piano!” Why is an 11-foot concert grand better than a studio upright? Because it makes a much bigger kaboom when dropped over a cliff. Why are pianists’ fingers like lightning? … Continue reading