Douglas Yeo is a fantastic musician who has played for several years for the Boston Symphony Orchestra. He wrote a very honest review of life as an Orchestral musician and one I thought would be [...]
I know it can be hard when you have been lessons for a while and your child is not practicing or showing music enthusiasm towards an instrument. My top tip here is to a) bargain [...]
According to the Associated Board of Royal School of Music (ABRSM), the instruments ranked in their percentage of examinations in 2014 were as follows: Piano 28% Recorder 28% Drum kit 14% Guitar 13% Violin 12% [...]
A dream for many musicians is to join the world renown Royal Philharmonic Orchestra(RPO). The RPO are known across the globe for their breathtaking performances, high standards and are known to many music lovers as one [...]
1) Music Is Good For Your Health Research has shown that playing music lowers your blood pressure, reduces stress and anxiety levels. It even strengthens your immunological response, making you more resistant to viruses. [...]
I have seen this time and time again as a piano teacher. Once I taught two twin girls lessons. They were twins and they had a one-on-one lesson each, one after the other. I taught [...]
Key lessons gets a large influx of sign ups in January, from a range of people , ages and levels . One thing I notice (and it's more with adult students) is that because it [...]
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