Thanks to one of my studio families for sharing this fun and inspiring video clip with me!
After a long hiatus, I’m excited to be back to posting on Music Matters Blog (though I anticipate it will be much more sporadic than before!). The New Year is in full swing, and I’m thrilled to be entering it with an incredible husband, four wonderful children, a studio full of amazing families, and an awesome support network of family, friends, and colleagues! I have lots of ideas and thoughts to post in the coming days, but for now, I thought I’d share a few videos with you:
Christmas Recital 2013 – There is a Redeemer
Julian’s and My Wedding Video
A Shorter Version with the Highlights from Our Wedding
Our Story (the video that we showed at the beginning of our wedding)
Happy New Year to all of you! I’d love to hear about your plans for the year and any special new things you are doing in your studios!
Collaborative music at its finest!
Thanks to my friend and colleague, Judy, for sending me this fun and inspiring video!
After posting about Beth’s studio trailer last week, I thought it would be great to start a category in the Community section of Music Matters Blog for Studio Trailers. I already added one additional [super cool!] one from Jennifer Foxx about her studio practice incentive theme last year. If you have one you’d like to add to our collection, just send an e-mail to our Community Manager, Julia, and we’ll get it added!
So…this really makes me want to create a studio trailer, too. Has anyone else created a trailer for their studio? If so, I would love to see it! If you send me a link to it, I think it would be cool to create a compilation of studio trailers!
Who says the masses don’t love classical music?
Fred Karpoff, of the 3-D Piano Method, shares “the secret of rhythmic playing.” A fascinating perspective!
One of my students introduced me to the Take 6 a capella group (according to their website, “the most awarded vocal group in history”!) and this fascinating video of them building their harmony one voice at a time: