Putting together a recital on piano or other instruments requires a lot of preparation from both student and teacher ahead of time; however, that preparation can yield fantastic results for music students.




One of the world’s most famous pianists who ever lived, Vladimir Horowitz, continued to play scales and arpeggios while practicing for piano recitals he was giving well into his 80s! When you are learning piano, you should practice warmup exercises, too!




Playing music is just part of the fun we have in music lessons. Learn how to write your own song by creating a melody and accompaniment using scales – even if you’ve never written one before!




Most parents introduce their children to many different activities in NYC that will teach them new skills and make them happy. Music lessons are a common choice – but how long does it take a child to truly learn to play a musical instrument?




Whether you choose to purchase an upright or a grand piano, it’s important to understand the difference between purchasing a new piano, a used piano, or a refurbished piano.




Whether you are a beginner or advanced student, it’s important to choose a piano teacher who is an expert at their instrument, has education to back it, and has prior teaching experience.


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