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Taking part in a piano competition is an excellent way to improve yourself as a musician. Regardless of the outcome, it’s a great way to know more about yourself and grow as a person. The diligence required to practice for a performance that will be judged builds character and focus. However, the stress of a competition or an audition can be overwhelming to many people. Even the best of piano players experience a host of emotions before a performance. So, take a deep breath and let’s dive into some suggestions that will make the whole process a bit easier and enjoyable. Read More
Although your piano even by itself is enough to transform a room’s appearance into something grand, decorating around your piano is something every homeowner enjoys doing – especially during the holiday season. Winter brings in a whole new collection of colors, textures and fragrances into your home and there is no reason why your piano’s position and surrounding décor can’t make the most of these seasonal changes as well. Here are some ways you can change and uplift the location and décor of your piano this holiday season: Read More
If you have a piano in the house, your family is most likely growing up with the love of music being instilled in them. That’s the magic a piano brings into our lives, and the holiday season is the perfect time to cultivate a special love of this instrument in the youngest members of your home. You are probably aware of the valuable benefits of playing the piano in a child’s development. So, take advantage of the abundance of time in these holidays, as the season of joy fills our days, and make some memorable moments with your children. Here are some ways to get started: Read More
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