Thank you, Vicky, for your kind words about our talented piano teacher Haruka! We, music instructors at Music Teacher L.A., love teaching and bringing music to students’ homes and hearts, and accept your positive words with gratitude! Thank you for being a part of our musical family and we are looking forward to seeing your boy performing in our Winter Recital 2016!… 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
We were happy and proud to see our Violin beginners at the Recitals 2016.
Thanks to our hardworking and creative students for their dedication, support, unforgettable personalities, and loads of cuteness!
~Delighted team at Music Teacher LA
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