Get ready for an exciting announcement! It’s time for the Spring Music Recitals 2020, an incredible opportunity for all MUSIC TEACHER LA students to take center stage and showcase their musical talents.… Read More
Taking them to concerts and live festivals is an incredible way to ignite their passion for music and create lasting memories.… Read More
Congratulations to Music Teacher LA students who participated in the Certificate of Merit (CM) Exam today, March 18th 2017, organized by the Music Teachers’ Association of California (MTAC).
Your determination and hard work makes us very proud!
~Music Teacher LA team.… Read More
We’re thrilled to share some exciting news with you today. Music Teacher LA, your trusted partner in music education since 1991, has just made your gift-giving experience even more harmonious with our all-new Music Teacher LA Gift Cards, available for purchase online.… Read More
When you become bored, or perform a boring activity, you crave fatty and sugar foods, according to the recent study by British researchers. “This strengthens the theory that boredom is related to low levels of the stimulating brain chemical dopamine and that people try to boost this by eating fat and sugar if they cannot alleviate their boredom in some other way,” said the lead author of the study.… Read More
Despite being a gifted musician, composing music was a challenge and struggle for Beethoven. He was known to take long, solitary walks through the Viennese forest, shut the doors of his study room and scream while composing new musical pieces, and pour icy cold water over his head to help promote creative breakthrough.… Read More
Franz Joseph Haydn was a prolific and influential Austrian composer (1732-1809).
Franz Joseph Haydn began his musical study at age 8, when he was hired to sing in the choir at St. Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna.… Read More