Life skills through music lessons for kids 4+ in Park Slope & surrounding neighborhoods of Brooklyn, NY

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Ukulele for kids: what size should I get?

Ukulele for kids: what size should I get?

By on Feb 3, 2017 in Blog, Teaching Methods | 0 comments

There are several sizes of Ukulele.  This instrument, from Hawaii, has had a major resurgence in the last decade or so. (If you’ve never heard of Jake Shimabukuro – just google him now.) And why not?  It’s so fun!  And portable! Plus you can get a really nice one for less than $100. The four most common sizes of Ukulele are Soprano Concert Tenor...

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Summer Music Lessons 2016 in Park Slope Brooklyn

Summer Music Lessons 2016 in Park Slope Brooklyn

By on May 16, 2016 in Announcements | 0 comments

  The summer semester will run for 6 sessions from June 29 – August 11 (no lessons the week of July 4 through 8). Here’s the options. Piano Using The Musicolor Method™ Ages 4 and up 30 Minute private lessons Including all materials, books and sheet music First 2 lessons are trial lessons at $65/each Subsequent summer lessons are $59/each payable in...

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Music lessons for Summer 2014

By on May 19, 2014 in Announcements, Blog, News | 0 comments

Summer is usually the best opportunity for new students to join my private music studio.  Once you are on my roster, if the fit is good for teacher, student and parents, I will make every effort to accommodate you on the school year schedule.  I am incredibly grateful to have so many students who stay with me for years. This summer,  I will be offering private and...

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Some Kids Have A Secret Advantage

By on Nov 14, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

All parents want the best for their child and after-school is an opportunity for extra enrichment beyond the classroom. Yesterday, The Atlantic published an article,  After-School Activities Make Educational Inequality Even Worse.   The author, Hilary Levey Friedman, interviewed and followed 95 middle-class families over 16 months who were involved in soccer, dance...

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