Extraordinary Teaching Spaces

Extraordinary Teaching Spaces
In my travels around the country as a clinician over the past decades, I have enjoyed meeting many new people—students of various ages, independent and community music school teachers, university professors, and music store owners. Occasionally, I have been fortunate enough to also see the home studios of some independent teachers. The variety...
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Wires, Cables, and Devices - Oh, My!

Wires, Cables, and Devices - Oh, My!
When it comes time to remake your studio, it is a good idea to plan for your current and future technology gear, which may include any of the following: hi-fi system, recording paraphernalia, computer(s) and peripherals, pianos or keyboards with MIDI features, printer and scanner, networking devices, and maybe even a f...
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Small (But Efficient) Teaching Spaces

While the studios in Bruce Berr's article are inspiring and impressive, they also required substantial financial resources. We asked our readers to submit photos of small teaching spaces—we think you'll find these spaces efficient, creative, and inspiring as well! This 1,080-square-foot studio was built as a "mother-in-law"...
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Describe your sight-reading library contents and organization

I admit it- I am a "packrat." My natural inclination is to hold on to things because "you never know when they might come in handy someday!" Although I strive for reform from this behavior in my daily life, I continue to collect and save music for students. The fact is that this music can be very useful to my students, often as sight-reading m...
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