Yearly Archives: 2023

Meet the Author: Chan Kiat Lim Online: Nov. 10

⭐️ Meet the Co-Author of eNovativePiano (the Multimedia Online Curriculum for Piano Instruction) ⭐️ Chan Kiat Lim, Professor of Piano at University of Louisiana at Lafayette, will share his journey of how he developed the online curriculum and how eNovativePiano has evolved over years. He will also talk about his entrepreneurship mindset together with his motivation behind [...]

2023-11-07T07:08:08-06:00Categories: Events, News|

La Bamba: A Group Piano Lesson to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage

Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15. During this time we celebrate the histories, cultures, and contributions of Americans whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America. Did you know that you can create robust, relevent, and culturally responsive lessons using eNovativePiano materials? We [...]

eNovativePiano Showcase at NCKP Conference – Lombard, IL

Showcase: Experience the eNovativePiano Difference!  Print Conference Handout Thursday, July 27, 2023 4:00 PM - 4:50 PM (Grand Ballroom IJ) Westin Chicago Lombard Hotel Recipient of the 2021 MTNA-Frances Clark Keyboard Pedagogy Award, eNovativePiano’s multimedia curriculum and popular features have enhanced group and private piano teaching since 2009. Experience for yourself the power of multimedia lessons [...]

2023-07-23T20:30:09-05:00Categories: Events, News|

Celebrate Mardi Gras with a Keyboard Ensemble

Laissez les bons temps rouler!  Here in Louisiana and all along the Gulf Coast folks are celebrating Mardi Gras (Feb 21, 2023) with family and friends, food and drink, parades, beads, and of course, music! Keyboard Ensemble: Joe Avery's Blues - The Second Line This iconic Mardi Gras tune can be heard everywhere during the season. [...]

Celebrate Black History Month with eNovativePiano!

As you plan your spring lessons, remember that February is Black History Month. In the group piano classroom, there are many opportunities to honor and celebrate the contributions of the African Diaspora that shape our musical culture. Celebrating Black history means arranging your activities to showcase the contributions of Black musicians. Of course, this doesn't need [...]

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