In 2008, a crystal piano was built to be played in the opening ceremonies of the Beijing Olympics for a record breaking 3.2 million dollars!
1. You need to have a special talent We hear this one time and time again. There is a myth out there that only people who are born with a “musical gift” can play an instrument or sing. Of
It can be hard to know the best ways to support your budding musician. Here are 6 tips to help you out! 1. Instil a consistent practice schedule Much like fitness, the practice of music requires consistency to be
Practicing is a huge part of improving at singing or an instrument. The more often a child finds time to practice, the faster their progress will be. Ideally, kids would practice a few times a week, even if it’s
Confidence is one of the most important things to develop to be successful in life. Without it everything is exponentially more difficult, because not only do you have to battle the challenges of whatever it is you are attempting,
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_custom_heading text=”Online Lessons Only (Temporarily)” font_container=”tag:h2|text_align:center” use_theme_fonts=”yes”][vc_column_text] Given the current nature of our health care system, we have been keeping abreast of changes, and how these changes impact our accademies. Moving forward, until further notice, lessons at the academy
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