Keyboard sense is the ability that allows pianists to know where they are at all times on the keyboard. This is called proprioception and is a kind of “sixth sense” in which our brain is aware of our body’s position in space. Being able to close your eyes and touch your nose is an example of this. [...]
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Holistic + Multimedia = Success In Your Piano Studio Teaching is like a kaleidoscope. Each time we look, something in our students has shifted. As they grow and change, so do their learning needs. It is easy to miss what they need at a particular time. What is the missing link that will keep them engaged [...]
Every student has inner musical gifts that we, as teachers, strive to locate and help give voice to. Some of our students love the classical repertoire and look forward to the day when they are ready to play Beethoven's Pathétique Sonata. Others look forward to the day that they can play keyboards with the praise band of their church. Still others are [...]