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There are so many great books and online resources for learning how to play the piano—but one of the simplest ways might just be to listen! We’re talking, of course, about the art of “playing by ear.” It’s a convenient way for beginners to discover their passion and understanding for the piano, while also being enriching for seasoned players, too. Take a look below to learn more about this versatile, easy-to-try technique. Read More
For many piano players and pet owners, there is no greater audience than your furry friend! From dogs to cats, studies have shown that pets do respond to live music in fun, unexpected ways, so it’s fun to have them around as you practice or perform — of course, that doesn’t mean you want them to be crawling all over your instrument. Here are a few helpful pet-proofing tips we’ve learned as your go-to San Diego piano movers. Read More
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