Tales of teaching, performing, step-parenting, cooking, and being human catalogued with humor and grace.
Timeline, Impact, and Pandemic Fatigue We are now eleven months in. The USA has the highest death toll of any country, and each day more
Experiencing Musical Time We experience musical time in a couple of ways. Two of the most common ways are as the performer or as the
Student Performances and Lessons As the semester winds down, I’ve been doing a lot of reflecting on student performance and lesson opportunities. In my studio
Writing an email to your professor can seem like a stressful thing to do. It is also something you (student) may have not been taught
By taking music lessons from an early age, I learned a myriad of life skills along the way. Many of the skills on this list
1. Keep lesson format the same as F2F- just teach online Everything, including lesson formats, changed for students overnight. Students went home for spring break