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Music has an indescribable power. It can evoke emotions within a moment, stir a memory with the strike of one chord and bring countless hours

New York City has long been known for its thriving music scene. Some of the biggest bands in the world came out of New York

2016 has been quite a tough year for music lovers worldwide since it has witnessed the loss of many top musicians. The year started with

The festive season will soon be here and whether you are looking to entertain your guests or you have a piano recital coming up, it

With many of our piano students living in NYC, I thought it would be useful to talk about finding the right instrument for your city

One of our favorite NYC piano teachers, answered some often asked and important questions about piano lessons, her teaching philosophy and favorite musical moments. 1)

Have you ever listened to or watched a famous pianist like Lang Lang perform and wondered, how does he move his fingers so fast? Well, we often

So you’ve finally decided to give yourself or your child the opportunity to learn how to play the piano. Good choice! The amount of benefits

Unlike the guitar, saxophone or piano, when it comes to singing, your body IS your instrument. And we all know that taking care of our

Today’s technology is playing a huge part in the way we find, hear, and even learn how to play music. iTunes, Pandora, and Spotify are

  If you’ve come across this blog you’re probably already a music lover or someone who’s looking for that one reason to finally start learning

What do you call someone who hangs around with musicians? A Drummer. OK, it’s no secret among musicians that drummers get a bad rap –

We know you’ve been eagerly awaiting the letter from your child’s school with their new teacher for the year, but summer is almost over and

When choosing the right teacher for lessons in NYC, it’s important to choose the right one the first time. You don’t want to waste time building

Practicing is the hardest part about playing piano. But if you don’t practice, it’s pretty obvious, and your music lessons just don’t go as well