Sight-reading allows you to explore and perform a wide range of music. It expands your repertoire and exposes you to different styles, genres, and composers. But many pianists find sight-reading hard and don’t feel confindent in it. What can you do to improve your sight-reading and to start having fun while sight-reading?
Memorizing piano music can be a challenging task, but with the right approach and practice techniques, you can improve your ability to memorize music quickly and reliably. Here are some strategies to help you in this process: Start with small sections: Break the piece into smaller sections or phrases, and work on memorizing one sectionContinue reading “How to memorize piano music fast and reliable?”
Children love puzzles. Try this notation puzzle with your little pianist. In this way, you will have a fun learning activity for Easter Holidays and the amazing quality time with your little one! How to learn with Easter Piano Fun Find the word. Write it in the box underneath the notation staff. Connect the notationContinue reading “Easter Piano Fun”
How to learn music notation with fun? Especially for young students, it is important that the material is motivational and fun. Download flash cards and learn music notation with your little pianist. Enjoy! 🙂 How to use flash cards? Download music notation for your young pianist. Let him or her show you the exact positionContinue reading “Learn music notation with flash cards”
“The real artist starts performance not from the first sounds of music, but the silence before them – the main silence.” Natan Perelman “In the class of the grand piano” Music is the art of sound. To improve the quality of your sound on the piano, try exercises recommended by famous piano pedagogue Heinrich NeuhausContinue reading “The Art of Sound”
Dear Children and Parents! I hope, you all are fine and are already looking forward to summer holidays! Do you already know, how do you want to spend the summer time? If not yet, maybe you would be interested in our Summer Piano Camp. In a small group (max. 6 persons in total), we willContinue reading “Summer Piano Camp Malta”
There are many good reasons to invest time and money in piano lessons. But what can you do to stay on track in the long run, to feel motivated, and to take the maximum out of your piano lessons?
Nothing activates the brain so extensively as music. Through functional magnetic resonance imaging we can see that music activates visual, motor and coordination areas on both sides of the brain as well as areas deep in the brain involved in memory and emotion.