Professional Music Instruction in Mount Pleasant, SC
Next time I talk about rhythm I’m referring back to this — amazing to watch!
These guys have well and truly mastered the skills of their trades. Practice makes perfect... 😮👏
Sunday inspiration — for those who always ask why I own a theremin... I saw this and thought it was amazing! What skill!
Gabriel Fauré »Après un rêve« Theremin virtuosa Carolina Eyck http://www.carolinaeyck.com live at the Grand Finale Concert of the german theremin festival »W...
Paul’s haircut aside, this is such a great little snippet of an interview. I love the slowness of it.
Everything wrong in the world can best be explained that in a modern era, this would be people like Post Malone and Jimmy Fallon. Or better yet, can you imagine a Taylor Swift or a Billie Eilish referencing a Bach chorale?
If you’re in a hurry, skip to 6:00.
Paul Simon explains the song writing process for Simon and Garfunkle's hit 'Bridge Over Troubled Water' Date aired - 4/9/1970 - Paul Simon #PaulSimon #DickCa...
I remember my piano technician used to always roll his eyes and say “musicians are so weird.” I can’t help but think of that as I post this picture of dead composers’ hands... Happy Tuesday!
When Rivers Cuomo, lead singer of Weezer, had to remind Larry King that Bach wasn’t a jazz musician...
classicfm.com The son of Tesla’s billionaire CEO turns out to be a dab hand on keys…
“When you struggle with a problem, that’s when you understand it...” — Elon Musk
businessinsider.com Tesla CEO Elon Musk shares his rule about interviewing job seekers at this company.
Easily one of my favorite films.
I’ve never seen something so accurate in my entire life. 🤣
#Dorian is taking his bleeping time. Hurry up and move away!!! #hurricanedorian ⛈💨☔️
Like Steve Martin says in The Jerk -- "I'm somebody now!"
Participants were given a 5-finger exercise to practice. Then, a second group of participants were asked to 'think' about the practice exercise. Both groups activated the same areas of the brain. Thoughts will change how your brain works. If the piano teaching encounter is not evidence-based and to the advantage of the student's developmental need, then music education will become associated as traumatic. Likewise, a piano student who practices mentally, will still reap the benefits of their practice. This has everything to do with nonverbal autistic students with dyspraxia, who deserve a music education even if they can't prove their knowledge without hand support. Their production is not facilitated or controlled by the caregiver--but rather from their mental process. They can progress through the curriculum without playing independently. How empowering!
Yes... But it’s difficult to find as I have no sign.
Still one of my favorites — https://youtu.be/Rft6IZjOaOA
El objetivo era comunicar a los padres la importancia que la educación artística tiene para el desarrollo de sus hijos.
[07/05/19] It’s a Beethoven kind of day.
Dorothy Olson Pauletti came to Chicago at age 17 and played piano professionally for nearly eight decades. At 102, she’s still living musically.
Learn more: https://to.wttw.com/2UoNQ3X
There is a composer behind all the music you hear -- no matter what it is! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVMCG62fvag
Ahead of the launch of Candy Crush Soda Saga we went to Abbey Road Studios to record the game's musical score with The London Symphony Orchestra. Play Candy ...
Actual footage of me watching a student practice their music hands together every single time.
Having smart friends pays off! 😂
Sunday inspiration — “No mistakes in the tango... not like life... simple. That’s what makes the tango so great — if you make a mistake, get all tangled up, just tango on.”
Who doesn’t sing for the dog? That’s a thing?
chicagotribune.com Everyone can sing — no matter what that traumatic childhood experience might have led you to believe.
Sunday inspiration... I’ve never forgotten this scene since I first saw it when I was about 5 — what a great opening... https://youtu.be/ulsjuiFO2J0
Pongo trying to be a matchmaker for his pet lol
Words to live by
My life in a nutshell
I think the part of my job I secretly love the most is getting to be a personal DJ with songs my students learn. If you could drop 5 songs from the "Golden Age" on a young listener today -- what would you pick?
I had a student who peppered their playlist with Everly Brothers songs which brought me no shortage of joy.
metro.co.uk It turns out that modern music is blander and more homogenous than tunes from the olden days.
Happy Groundhog Day! This film taught me everything I know about practicing and learning — I could not recommend it more to you on this most underrated holiday. https://youtu.be/6VF5P7qLaEQ
Based on this scene, how many times has Bill Murray been through this day?
These side effects aren’t nearly as bad as what you hear on most commercials!! I hope this is FDA approved...
Have you ever wondered how professional musicians always have that unfair "extra" dose of skill? This one simple element makes ALL the difference! It magically melts away your anxiety and deficiencies.
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Sunday Inspiration — My composition student Ashley Stewart wrote an incredible choral work! It was scored in #notion and tracked using #labschoir — visuals courtesy of Space Telescope Scientist Institute. Take a listen... https://youtu.be/fx6ScQbLL5c
A four part choral piece composed for the Spitfire Audio and Eric Whitacre competition. Written by Ashley Stewart (a senior from Wando High School) with the ...
We all need a cheerleader sometimes...
Music for the weather — always a favorite https://youtu.be/eoAXbdKqS3U
Try it, you’ll be glad you did :)
Album: Alone (1968) Composition: Johnny Mandel, Paul Francis Webster
The Horton School of Music at Charleston Southern University is excited to continue our partnership with the Rockley Family Foundation, (RockleyFamilyFoundation.org) Through this partnership, Horton School of Music students and faculty have had the use of new first-class pianos on a no-cost basis for the 2018 school year. Instruments provided to other institutions and instruments made otherwise available will be sold to continue this valuable program and provide additional resources to the Horton School of Music.
A large selection of grands, baby grands, digital player grands, vertical (upright) pianos, digital pianos violins, violas and cellos will be available. this event will feature instruments from such famous makers as Steinway & Sons, Yamaha, Disklavier, Boston, Essex, Seiler, Ritmüller, Clavinova, Stravari Fine Violins and many others. Most instruments are less than one year old, include a new factory warranty, are tuned, and ready to go. Delivery and technical services are provided by Fox Music. Special no-interest financing is
available. Moreover, in most cases, a “substantial portion” of your purchase is considered as a charitable contribution to the Rockley Family Foundation and may be TAX DEDUCTIBLE.*
There are two ways to view and purchase:
1) BY APPOINTMENT: You are invited to attend a special “pre-sale” on Thursday, December 13, Friday, December 14 and the morning of Saturday, December 15, along with our faculty and staff,
prior to the general public. This will give you an opportunity to purchase with priority in selection and price reductions. To secure a time call: (843) 863-8080
2) NO APPOINTMENT: You may attend the final sale day on Saturday, December 15, from 2-5 p.m. without an appointment.
this event will be held on campus on the Lightsey Chapel Auditorium stage, and in the Lightsey Music Building, which is connected to the chapel. The university address is 9200 University Blvd., North
Charleston, SC 29423. For directions call or visit: RockleyFamilyFoundation.org/CSU
In a time where creative solutions are needed to maintain a properly equipped music program, this collaboration is important to us in our efforts to further education in the arts. We invite you to take
advantage of this wonderful opportunity, and thank you for your support of the Horton School of Music.
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For young instrumental or vocal music students, piano skills add a depth of understanding to the music being performed in those ensembles.
Once Upon a Ballet is a premier performing arts school with programs in Ballet, Musical Theatre, Jazz,Acting and Tap! A studio for ages 2- adults. Check out our website at www.OnceUponaBalletCHS.com for a full schedule!
Jen Waldron and Tom Noren of PLAYtek are STEAM (Science, Engineering, Technology, Arts, Math) educator/artist in the Charleston, SC area.
Coding Kids Club is an organization of parents, engineers, and technologist whose mission is to teach kids programming. Real line level coding!
Interactive piano lessons for students ages 4 and up!
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We are a homeschool resource which provides support, curriculum, Biblical Worldview and assistance to families who teach their children at home.
You’ve been blessed with such a gift; why not share it with the world! WVS offers group classes and individual voice and piano lessons.
The O'Quinn Schools of Porter-Gaud strive to be innovative in methodology while remaining traditional in basic goals. We offer developmentally appropriate, learning-centered curriculum. Our programs help foster a lifetime love of learning!
One-on-one tutoring in your own home. Test prep for SAT, ACT, GRE, GED, ASVAB, Praxis. English, Math, Science, Spanish, more. Not a franchise.
The Career Counseling office is located in the heart of Wando's Center for Advanced Studies.