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As we all continue to spend some more time at home, you may be wondering how to brush up on your piano skills—or help your family member learn how to play, too! Fortunately, you can make great progress without ever leaving home or inviting someone else into your home. Learn more below. Read More
In the midst of this pandemic, our homes have become so much more than our living space, they’ve also become our schools, restaurants, and gyms. The square footage of spare rooms has become increasingly precious due to the options that it provides homeowners. Now is a better time than ever to devote that spare space to a piano room as a showcase for your beautiful instrument, as well as a den for your family to be alone with their music. Continue reading for our guide on how to best convert that extra room into the perfect piano room. Read More
This back-to-school season, learning can extend far beyond books and exams—in fact, it’s the perfect time for your child (and you, too!) to pick up piano skills you will remember for a lifetime. Just read on as we share a few fun, educational activities to enjoy in the months ahead. Read More
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