I've never been to Christmas in Vienna, but I am hoping to get a taste of it this week in Wayne! This Friday evening, December 6, Saint Katharine of Siena Church is celebrating the arrival of a magnificent custom built Bösendorfer 225. (Scroll down for complete details for the evening which includes a Family Friendly … Continue reading Christmas in Vienna Concert!
Twenty-Sixth Annual Student Recital Today!
Click HERE to join us! Art Piano Recital ProgramDownload Don't forget to bring your silent APPLAUSE, BRAVO and CLAPPING signsClick HERE to find one to print out or create your own!
When Your Fingers Need a Break!
Someone recently passed along to me this video of a group of piano dancers performing the Latin American song Despacito by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee. It put a big smile on my face as I remembered dancing on a Walking Piano at FAO Schwarz in NYC and the famous scene from Big (1988)where a young … Continue reading When Your Fingers Need a Break!
Why You Should Enroll Your Kids in Piano Lessons, According to Science
I always love it when articles such as this come out. There is so much that we haven't uncovered about the human brain and yet when the data comes out about the benefits of music, I usually respond with, "Oh, yes, of course!" Enjoy!
Nik Walling Goes to Carnegie!
On Sunday January 28, our very own Nik Walling, auditioned for and won a spot on the annual Andor Kiszely Honors Recital. The winners of this competition are usually given the opportunity to perform in a recital held at Temple University's Rock Hall. However, this year the competition was amped up as the hosting organization, … Continue reading Nik Walling Goes to Carnegie!
Piano on the Beach?
Ah, summer! No school, longer days, beach days, grilling, gardening, swimming, reading, riding bikes, time with family and friends, and time to decompress (I could go on and on...) It's no wonder the kids start counting down the number of days left of school before May comes! The question is: Should a child (or adult) … Continue reading Piano on the Beach?
Music in the News
Science Shows How Piano Players' Brains Are Actually Different From Everybody Elses' Are Classical Music Competitions Good for the Kids Who Play in Them?
Dorothy Sutton Performance Festival
Dorothy Sutton Performance Festival - Sponsored by the Philadelphia Music Teachers Association. October 2, 2016 (Sunday, 1:00 – 5:30 p.m.) Dorothy Sutton Performance Festival Preliminary Auditions Rock Hall, Temple University 1715 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19122 Register on our website by September 10, 2016 November 5, 2016 Dorothy Sutton State Showcase Recitals West Chester … Continue reading Dorothy Sutton Performance Festival
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