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student band from the Mozingo Rock University program performs at the Chesterfield Amphitheater

Lesson Tips

No matter how much we love the piano or how hard we work at it, practicing and performing can be frustrating. While we’re trying to coordinate our hands in a passage we’re practicing, all the... Read More
Hi It's common to hear the remark "he's so talented" when a performer plays well. A huge part of "talent" is consistent practice. A manageable amount of practice on a regular basis... Read More
Review your lesson assignments as soon as possible after your lesson so that you can better remember your teacher's instructions. If you wait too long after your lesson to practice, you will be much... Read More
If the guitar had only one string, it would be quite easy to understand the mechanics of the guitar fretboard. It would be laid out just like a piano, where the further to the right you go, the... Read More
Nobody wants to spend forever warming up. We all want to get to the good part - singing songs big and loud and gloriously! But warming up is a necessary part of singing, both for the health of your... Read More

Articles

"Should I sing in the next voice recital?" I often get asked. The answer is a resounding' "Yes!" Why Sing for my Voice Studio's Recital? There are many benefits! - An Opportunity to Share... Read More
To belt or not to belt? This is often a controversial question within the singing community. Part of the controversy lies in a preconception about the term “belt” and how it is used in musical... Read More
 Reamping is a creative tool in itself. It just cannot accomplish what some are trying to use it for: To replace recording the amplifier with microphones as the artist plays it live, in real... Read More
There are so many aspects to learning music and the piano. Balancing all these aspects is essential for students to develop properly and fully. Technique, expression, listening, music theory and... Read More