Author Archives: Vincent Reina

Vincent Reina
Vincent Reina
Vincent received a Bachelor of Music Degree in Piano Performance from Purchase Conservatory, earned a Masters of Arts in Teaching Music from Manhattanville College and is an alumnus of the prestigious Manhattan School of Music Preparatory Division. Vincent has performed for television, audio recordings and on professional stages in various genres of music. He’s the proud winner of many significant piano competitions, including the Westminster Choir College Artistic Excellence in Piano Award.
8 Easy Guitar Songs For Every Beginner
Guitar - Instruments - Technique

8 Easy Guitar Songs For Every Beginner

When you are getting started with playing the guitar, it’s incredible to find the sheer number of songs that you can learn to play right from the start. Since many songs utilize only 2 or 3 major chords, it is easy to pick up these songs when playing. A beginner guitarist should start with easy songs such as these.

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The 5 First & Easiest Songs You Should Learn on Piano
Lessons - Piano

The 5 First & Easiest Songs You Should Learn on Piano


Whether it’s for enjoyment or a career choice, playing the piano can be very rewarding — not just for you — but for your audience as well– if you’re good, that is.

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Easy Rock Song To Play On The Piano
Instruments - Piano

10+ Easy Rock Songs To Play On The Piano

Playing the piano is a skill that takes years of practice, dedication, and desire. Our students study various types of music during their piano lessons that include songs in classical music, jazz, and pop music genres.

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Easy Christmas Songs For The Piano & More
Holiday Music - Piano

Easy Christmas Songs For The Piano

This holiday season, you can easily create a memorable experience for all by gathering around the piano (either in-person or online) and playing some well-known Christmas songs to help bring everyone together in the holiday spirit.

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Learning Jazz Piano Chords As A Beginner
Jazz - Lessons - Piano

Learning Jazz Piano Chords As A Beginner

For some, learning jazz can feel to be an extremely difficult task. However, playing jazz on the piano does not have to be difficult. It does contain many complex harmonies and because of this, there is a demand for a certain level of high skill.

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Guitar - Instruments

5 Keyboards and Guitars for Beginners

It’s important to start learning on instruments that are of a certain quality. That’s why we’ve put together a collection of gear that will help you start your quest to master an instrument. Here are some great guitars and keyboards sufficient for the novice and intermediate player without breaking the bank…

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What Makes A Song A Good Song
Inspiration

What Makes A Song A Good Song?

When you think of a good song, you think of something that’s easy to remember and fun to listen to. There are many reasons we consider a song to be good, or why we love them and want to listen to them.

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Piano Terms- The Terminology & Lingo You Should Know   
Piano - Technique

Piano Terms: The Terminology & Lingo You Should Know   

When wanting to learn a new instrument, the piano is by far one of the best instruments to begin with. But keep in mind that you can’t become Beethoven in a day!

There is still a lot of music theory that goes into learnineasyg any instrument, which can seem very overwhelming and difficult to learn, but is a building block in your music education.

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5 Tips For Learning Guitar as an Adult
Guitar - Lessons

5 Tips For Learning Guitar as an Adult

Most people believe when they reach adulthood it can be too difficult to take on learning a new instrument, and that you should start those types of music lessons as a child.

But the truth is, you are never too old to teach yourself a new skill, and the guitar is no exception.

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Teaching Music Online
Inspiration

Teaching Music Online: Creative Ideas to Keep Students Engaged While Learning From Home

Many teachers have had to pivot their businesses to virtual online lessons following the global pandemic of Covid-19. The coronavirus has forced many teachers to reevaluate and change the way they do things in the “classroom,” including music teachers.

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