When everything closed down in Toronto due to COVID-19, piano lessons went online, and so did year-end concerts. One of my students, who was taking lessons with me through the University of Toronto’s Piano Pedagogy Program opted for a more individual approach to sharing music. She recorded the tracks and I posted it on my studio’s SoundCloud feed. It’s particularly enjoyable for me to hear her progress, as I’ve been working with her since she was 7 years old and she’s now in her last year of high school!
Zoom has just a released a new version aimed at improving sound quality for sessions that are dependent on better audio transmission! I’ve been researching how to… Read more “Zoom Settings for Music Education Online”
I’ve been making all kinds of website changes and tweaks, and have found a studio management site that seems to work pretty well so far. Given our… Read more “Piano Lessons and Small Group Music Lessons Online – Registration Open”
Some reflections on online piano teaching and having to make a quick transition from in-person lessons.
What I’ve been up to this year.
No lessons on Good Friday (March 30) and Easter Monday (April 2). See you after that! Here’s this post’s musical treat, one of my favourite dancers, B-girl… Read more “Another break! So check out the breaks…!”
It’s time for another lesson break next week. Lessons resume the week of March 19. If you’re ever curious about our lesson calendar, go to https://myrtlesmusicroom.com/lessons/calendar/. Hope you like… Read more “March Break No Lessons Week of March 12 to 16”
Happy New Year to all! Music lessons will begin next week for all my students. It will be great to see you. The full lesson calendar is… Read more “2018 Lessons Begin Next Week”
I meant to post some Student Salon highlights before the new school year, but time does seem to fly… Here’s the playlist featuring my students’ commitment, work,… Read more “New Year, Old Tracks”