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Inspiration - The Cycle of Awe

After a long but stimulating week of learning and practicing the Paul Rolland Pedagogy, I am feeling inspired to do more, to work harder, and to be greater.   1,038 more words

Music Education


In each year of teaching music, I have always had at least one student who was interested in majoring in music education.  Many of them have went on to actually major in music ed, some have tried and have failed out due to the unnecessarily strenuous requirements of the overworked music education major.   801 more words

Music Education

Musical Rebels: Change Agents

I posed this question to my artist guitar class the day of their final exam:

“Do you think that the musicians who made the most impact on music throughout history were rebels?” 1,472 more words




We recently attended a harpsichord concert on campus at UNC. Two men played three-hundred-year-old music on a one-hundred-year-old instrument. The results were magical. 1,553 more words

Coming Of Age

Resource: The English Folk Dance and Song Society Resource Bank

The English Folk Dance and Song Society (EFDSS) have launched their resource bank packed with free downloadable learning materials for using English traditional folk song, music, dance, drama and other arts in your teaching and learning.  20 more words

Networking / Training

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Want your kids to learn the piano?

Do you want your son or daughter to stand out in the crowd?  Do you want them to have that edge in life?   491 more words

Bristol Piano

Thoughts on Continuing Education

It’s been quiet on the blog here for a while. My attention and energy has been focused on several large projects: summer workshop development and advertising, the summer lesson schedule, and of course the Creatives on a Sea Cruise Piano Conference that I attended last week. 476 more words

Studio Updates