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 2015 Music Lessons in Park Slope, Brooklyn

Summer 2015 Music Lessons in Park Slope, Brooklyn

By on May 20, 2015 in Announcements | 0 comments

Summer is usually the best time to get started with private music lessons.  There’s less distractions going on with other activities and homework and my roster is much more flexible and open. Dates:  July 6 – August 6, 2015 Days:  Monday through Thursday Times available:  10am – 6pm (last lesson starts 5:30pm) You can register your child here. Within a...

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Winter Recital 2015 is this Saturday Feb 7

Winter Recital 2015 is this Saturday Feb 7

By on Feb 2, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Where: Park Slope Library (corner of 6th Avenue and 9th Street) Brooklyn, NY 11215 Time:2pm Day:  Saturday February, 7, 2015 Lower Level Auditorium. Hopefully the weather will be cooperative. We have a great lineup of kids from ages 4 to 14 playing everything from Peanut Butter Sandwich to Moonlight Sonata to Demons to Do You Want To Build A Snowman and everything...

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Spring Recital 2014 is on June 7 at 2pm

By on May 23, 2014 in Announcements, Blog | 0 comments

  I’m looking forward to our upcoming Spring Music Recital on June 7 at 2pm.  It will be in our usual location, the auditorium of the Park Slope branch of the Brooklyn Public Library. We have a great program of diverse music from folk classics to Suzuki standards to pop songs from Katy Perry, Imagine Dragons, One Republic, jazz standards in the style of...

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