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A Musician's Guide to Happiness
Playing music should always be a positive experience. If you take the wrong approach as a musician, however, you could find yourself frustrated and unhappy. This would be tragic. Playing music is... Read more...
December 13, 2016
If you're one of the many people who wanted a musical instrument for Christmas--and actually received one--then you're one of the lucky ones! You may have dreams of becoming the next country music sensation, your child might be a music prodigy, or you may just want to broaden your already existent knowledge of music. Now, you'll need to learn how to play that shiny new instrument, but don't just let it sit there! Take it out of the box, give it a few strums or toots, or try to figure out how to play "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star."
December 6, 2016
If you could wave a magic wand and give yourself a better singing voice, would you do so? My guess is you're nodding your head. Most people want this, because singing is fun, creative, and social. Now, I'm sorry for the bad news but I don't have a magic wand. However, if you really want to learn to sing better, I do know a way.
November 29, 2016
Charles Hoeft, Music House School of Music Piano Instructor, discusses the origin of his journey in music as well as what prompts him to continue that journey: a strong sense of community and a comforting solace.