We are thrilled to invite our lovely Los Angeles community to celebrate with us this prominent date. Music Teacher LA celebrates 31 years in music teaching business!
Does Perseverance Bring Success in Music Lessons?
Does hard work and perseverance bring success in music lessons?
I played Caprice by Paganini on the Piano as a child. Anyone familiar with this musical piece knows how challenging the technicality of it is! It’s even more complicated to learn to play it in the assigned tempo 🎻Here’s the Russian-born Israeli violin virtuoso Maxim Vengerov performing it with a presumed ease.
Do I Need a Piano for Piano Lessons?
The most frequent question students and parents ask Music Teacher LA when scheduling initial piano lessons is if a keyboard will be sufficient to begin learning or if it is better to upgrade to a real piano from the start. So, do you need a piano to start piano lessons?… Read More
$20 Music Lessons to Benefit Coeur d’Alene Elementary School
Attention new students!
Music Teacher LA hosts $20 music lessons. Book your initial private piano, voice, violin or guitar music lesson now through April 15 2017 and get your first lesson for $20.… Read More
Boredom and Unhealthy Foods
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
Gift for Music Lessons
Looking for a perfect gift for anyone on your list? We offer terrific gift certificates for private in-home music lessons in Los Angeles – Perfect for Christmas, Hanukkah, birthdays, anniversaries, mom, dad, kids, employees, anyone!… Read More
Priceless Substitute Teacher
During the winter holiday season, it’s not uncommon to find… Read More
6 Best Music Practice Tips (Piano, Violin, Guitar- any instrument)
Suzuki vs Traditional Method- What is the Difference?
Shinichi Suzuki was born in 1898 in Japan, the son of a Japanese violin maker, and studied violin by the teaching method nowadays called “traditional.” Dr. Suzuki was a firm believer that every child can learn to play a musical instrument.
4 Reasons to Tune Your Piano Now!
4 Reasons to Tune Your Piano Now! Our piano technicians have over 20 years of tuning experience! Refer a friend and receive $50 Bonus! Fun facts about piano tuning.
1. Untuned piano does not produce good sounds. 2. It’s very important for beginning students to hear his or her piano in tune and up to pitch.… Read More