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Beats and Rhythm 

Teaching beats and rhythm is every music teacher’s business.

It has never been easy for me to teach these concepts to young children. Hence, when I came across this… 107 more words

Music Education

Keith Allan Kramer

Occupation: music educator, composer, recording engineer
Born: Baltimore, March 19, 1968
Studied composition with Thomas DeLio, John Van der Slice, Stuart Saunders Smith
D.M.A., University Miami, 1999… 376 more words

Higher Education

Carol R. Ennis

Title: Music Educator (Retired)
Company:  American Guild
Location:  East Amherst, NY United States


  • Inductee, Worldwide Lifetime Achievement (2016)
  • Featured Member, Who’s Who in America, Marquis Who’s Who (2007- 2016)
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Practice Room Motivation for Musicians of All Ages

How to Motivate Music Students to Practice

One of the primary issues I confront when dealing with students’ music motivation is inertia and its alter-ego, procrastination–the inability to physically enter a practice room facility (too tired; too bored; too busy) with the intention of improving their musical skills and the perpetual postponement of practicing. 529 more words

Life Lessons

March 28 in Music History

. 1880 ~ Rosina Lhevinne, piano teacher

. 1881 ~ Modest Mussorgsky, Russian composer, died from alcoholism. Best known for his “Pictures from an Exhibition” and the opera “Boris Godunov.” 892 more words


the Other-Side:band mates

Meet Tom Dowding

Tom Dowding: multi instrumentalist, music educator, founder, builder, master mixer @The Music Room, Powell River B.C.

All Eyes Are on the Job Resume

Music Teacher Resumes Revisited: Planning, Creating, and Maintaining

“The resume is the first impression an employer receives about you as a candidate and also serves as your marketing tool.” – Carnegie Mellon University Career and Professional Development Center at…

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Marketing Professionalism