One of my favourite parts of teaching is when students find or suggest new songs for us to learn together.
A life of music is hugely rewarding and fulfilling but, like most things, can get monotonous at times if you don’t keep it fresh and new. So how do we keep music and lessons interesting?
Are you someone who really loves to sing but are afraid to sing in public?
Helping parents understand how to support their child having success in music lessons is one of our main priorities.
Here are a few top tips on how to help your GCSE Music Student excel in performance.
Scales and arpeggios do seem to get a bad name for themselves and are often the unlovable part of practising.
So many adults tell me that they used to play music at school and would love to do it again. Then, they list off numerous reasons why they can’t start lessons.
Many parents who reach out regarding piano lessons aren’t really sure where to begin. So in this blog I share my top tips to getting started and having a successful piano experience.
Your child has just come home from school and announced to everyone that they would like to learn an instrument. For most parents hearing this statement can cause uncertainty and panic.
We live in a society where we are constantly expected to grow, develop and improve. Where we are expected to reach specific standards by a certain age or timeframe and if we don’t then we are behind, failing and not good enough.