Monthly Archives: October 2011

Wednesday’s Words of Wisdom

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Easy Black Key Improvisation

Today, I’m at the Ohio Music Teachers Association conference (affiliated with MTNA) all day!  Yes, in case you are wondering, I will be posting notes from the sessions I attend later this week.  :) But for now, I wanted to share a quick video of a black key improvisation from a recent piano lesson with […]

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Teacher Feature | Shauna Leavitt

October is here, and so is another Teacher Feature!  Meet Shauna from the Leavitt Piano Studio in Viginia! Name: Shauna Leavitt Area: Herndon, VA Website: Please tell us about your piano and/or teaching background: Background:  I started teaching when I was 16 with the assistance of my mother who runs a successful piano studio in […]

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September Blog Roundup

It’s not September anymore, but here’s a list of what’s new to me around the blogosphere! Accidental Piano Teacher | Janice journals about her piano teaching experiences.

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Wednesday’s Words of Wisdom

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Forum Q&A | The Role of the Parent

I apologize for being a bit MIA around the blog lately.  I have a couple of projects that I am working on right now for my local MTNA association.  One of them is designing a website.  It’s about half-way done and if you’re interested in taking a sneak peek, you can click here to see […]

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