Monthly Archives: March 2016

My Favorite Sheet Music Solos for Piano Students

For our annual Spring Recital, I maintain a tradition of letting my piano students choose their own special piece to memorize and perform. In December or January, I restock my library of sheet music solos at all the various levels, so that I can demonstrate 3-4 pieces for each student to choose from. I’ve started to […]

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Monday: Experiment with Facebook Live Video

Greetings, folks! Just wanted to let you know that on Monday (March 21, 2016), I plan to create a live video using Facebook Live. You won’t want to miss it — I’m going to share about some of my favorite sheet music solos for piano students. To watch, login to Facebook and visit the Color […]

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GIML Training, Here I Come!

I was just notified that my application for an MTNA Teacher Enrichment Grant was accepted! This means I get to attend a two-week Piano Certification Course sponsored by the Gordon Institute of Music Learning (GIML) in Boston in August. If you’ve been following this blog for awhile, you might know that I am a huge […]

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Wednesday’s Words of Wisdom

“For teachers to become better teachers, they must become better learners.” — Tom Whitby Feel free to download and share this quote or image.

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Celebrating 7 Years of Blogging!

Greetings! Guess what: February 28 marked the seven-year anniversary of Color In My Piano! At this time each year, I like to reflect upon the time that has passed since I started blogging and teaching and recognize how things have grown and changed. I hope, whether you are a longtime or a new follower of Color In My Piano, you […]

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