Music lesson – Giulia Valle http://giuliavalle.com/ Thu, 05 May 2022 17:00:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://giuliavalle.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/cropped-icon-32x32.png Music lesson – Giulia Valle http://giuliavalle.com/ 32 32 Lakeview teacher who created protest music lesson plan after George Floyd murder wins golden apple https://giuliavalle.com/lakeview-teacher-who-created-protest-music-lesson-plan-after-george-floyd-murder-wins-golden-apple/ Thu, 05 May 2022 17:00:00 +0000 https://giuliavalle.com/lakeview-teacher-who-created-protest-music-lesson-plan-after-george-floyd-murder-wins-golden-apple/ LAKEVIEW — Puja Ramaswamy, a music teacher at Lake View Secondary School, and her beginner choir class were rehearsing for an upcoming concert when they heard a knock on the classroom door. The students could see a group of TV news crews through the window, but Ramaswamy’s back was at the door, so she was […]]]>

LAKEVIEW — Puja Ramaswamy, a music teacher at Lake View Secondary School, and her beginner choir class were rehearsing for an upcoming concert when they heard a knock on the classroom door.

The students could see a group of TV news crews through the window, but Ramaswamy’s back was at the door, so she was shocked when the school administration, along with Ald. Matt Martin (47th) and the president of the Golden Apple, Alan Mather, came to present him with the Golden Apple award for excellence in teaching.

“I was speechless,” Ramaswamy said. “It was overwhelming and surreal to be recognized in this way.”

Ramaswamy began teaching choir at Lake View High School, 4015 N. Ashland Ave., four years ago. She is one of 10 high school teachers to receive a Golden Apple award this year.

In her classroom, Ramaswamy encourages students to make connections between music and their experiences or issues that are important to them.

While teaching remotely in the fall of 2020 — at the height of protests following the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police — Ramaswamy created a lesson plan on the history of protest music.

“There was this intense issue that was happening in society that just wasn’t talked about in classes, so I wanted to find a way to address that with music,” Ramaswamy said.

She taught her classes about how protest music started and developed over the years, while discussing the importance of protest music, she said.

Students were instructed to think of events or issues they were passionate about and choose a song that resonated with those themes, Ramaswamy said. The students came up with songs evoking the Black Lives Matter movement, life as an undocumented citizen, gender equality and more. His 2020 lesson plan was cited by the Golden Apple Foundation when announcing his award.

“The exercise really connected music to their passion for society, politics and anything that interests them,” Ramaswamy said. “It was really powerful and the students had such thoughtful responses.”

Ramaswamy’s approach to teaching is to encourage students to pursue areas of music that already interest them, while challenging them to step out of their comfort zone by learning new and challenging material, she said. .

“So at the start of the school year, I’ll have the class pick a song that they’ll sing, and it’s usually a pop song because that’s what they know right now,” said Ramaswamy. “But then we’ll learn something they don’t know to push them out of that comfort zone.”

Currently, Ramaswamy students are learning “Sisi Ni Moja”, a song by Jacob Narverud which is sung in English and Swahili. She also taught the song in sign language so they could sign the song as they sang.

“It’s really beautiful because the song resonates with this message and this idea that we are all one people,” Ramaswamy said.

Ruby Yeatts, a junior at Lake View High School, said they appreciated Ramaswamy for being “kind but assertive”.

“She’s always nice, but she tries to teach you and bring out the best in every student,” Yeatts said.

Mia Meza, another junior, said Ramaswamy has created a “welcoming and comfortable environment” where students feel safe to learn new things.

“She knows what she’s doing, she’s confident and you can tell she loves it,” Meza said. “When you know someone is aware of what they’re doing and passionate about what they’re doing, you feel that energy. That’s what you get from Ms. Ramaswamy.

Ramaswamy grew up in Edgewater, participating in her school’s choir and band programs while practicing classical Indian dance.

“I’ve always been a musician,” Ramaswamy said. “Music has always been where I felt at home. I was always able to go to the music whenever I was having a bad day.

Ramaswamy went to college to study pre-med, but found her love of teaching music when she started her college’s first jazz choir, she said.

“I was teaching my peers, but it gave me an idea of ​​what teaching was all about,” Ramaswamy said.

After completing his undergraduate studies, Ramaswamy had to choose between his passion for music and a path to medical school. She ended up postponing enrolling in medical school to try VanderCook College of Music for a year, she said.

“I realized that music is my calling and a way to help others and get them to connect with themselves,” Ramaswamy said. “I’m so happy with this choice.”

In addition to the lifetime prestige of the Golden Apple award, Ramaswamy receives $5,000 and a spring sabbatical while attending classes at Northwestern University.

Jake Wittich is a Report for America corps member covering Lakeview, Lincoln Park and LGBTQ communities across the city for Block Club Chicago.

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YAMAHA INTRODUCES NEW PSR-E373 ONLINE MUSIC LESSON SET – YamahaMusicians.com https://giuliavalle.com/yamaha-introduces-new-psr-e373-online-music-lesson-set-yamahamusicians-com/ Fri, 01 Apr 2022 15:29:37 +0000 https://giuliavalle.com/yamaha-introduces-new-psr-e373-online-music-lesson-set-yamahamusicians-com/ NEW SOUND – MORE POSSIBILITIES The PSR-E373 is equipped with a tactile keyboard that accurately reflects every nuance of playing. Depending on how hard or soft the keys are struck, they respond instantly with the corresponding loud or soft tone. This feature gives players more dynamic control over their music, with authentic depth that makes […]]]>

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The PSR-E373 is equipped with a tactile keyboard that accurately reflects every nuance of playing. Depending on how hard or soft the keys are struck, they respond instantly with the corresponding loud or soft tone. This feature gives players more dynamic control over their music, with authentic depth that makes any performance more expressive. It’s the perfect choice for music school lessons. The PSR-E373 comes with 61 touch keys. Its 15 additional keys further add to the playing experience, allowing for more complex musical scores.

Another great feature is the new LSI sound engine, which offers a stunning improvement in both sound quality and high-quality effects. With it, players have a comprehensive library with 622 instrument voices, including guitar, bass, strings, sax, trumpet drums, and percussion, as well as classic keyboard instruments like piano. and the organ. Players can also layer two different voices across the entire keyboard, creating an intriguing dual voice.

Impressive as well as the new Super Articulation Lite Voices feature that allows players to authentically reproduce the complex sounds and playing methods unique to certain instruments. This means that every acoustic nuance, from the resonance of a piano to the vibration and distortion of guitar strings, is faithfully reproduced.

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The PSR-E373 additionally comes with a “DSP” digital signal processor. This feature allows players to apply many built-in effects to the musical piece and tailor it to their performance. By selecting a DSP effect, it is automatically added to the main part of the voice.

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With the “Smart Chord” option, players can choose between two different ways to play, either with one finger or “multi”, which includes all chords and notes. This unique feature allows chords to be played using simple techniques, which enhances every performance. Players can also connect their PSR-E373 to their smart devices to digitally record and enhance their music. This also includes the Rec’n’Share app which allows players to record audio and video, as well as songs from their favorite music library and share performances with the world.

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The PSR-E373 Online Music Lesson Package is available from April 2022 at participating Yamaha dealers. For more information on the PSR-E373 and where to purchase it, please visit the Yamaha website.

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Musial gives a music lesson at the Polish Saturday school https://giuliavalle.com/musial-gives-a-music-lesson-at-the-polish-saturday-school/ Fri, 18 Mar 2022 19:54:13 +0000 https://giuliavalle.com/musial-gives-a-music-lesson-at-the-polish-saturday-school/ by Nancy Liskiewicz WeigandAt Msgr. Students at the Adamski Polish School in Buffalo study the Polish language, but many times a guest they may have visiting the school adds to the learning.On Saturday March 4, 2022, Professor David Musial added to the experience at the Polish school. Professor Musial grew up on the East Side […]]]>
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At Msgr. Students at the Adamski Polish School in Buffalo study the Polish language, but many times a guest they may have visiting the school adds to the learning.
On Saturday March 4, 2022, Professor David Musial added to the experience at the Polish school. Professor Musial grew up on the East Side of Buffalo. Little did he know at the time that learning to play the organ at age 10 was actually going to start his career.

He told the class that he owed this debut to his organ teacher, Jane Liskiewicz Pfeifer at Precious Blood Church in Buffalo. Since then, he has participated in many projects. Musial is a prolific producer and performer who has performed electronic music with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, designed studios, created positive music programs for schools, recorded LPs and performed in a variety of venues. He is a member of the Buffalo Music Hall of Fame and won an Emmy Award.
More recently, he created a video called What the Heck is Dyngus Day? In the New York area they don’t celebrate Dyngus Day like we do here in Buffalo, NY. Professor Musial has teamed up with Polish Saturday School in Greenport, Brooklyn to present Dyngus Day. The teacher, Kasia Drucker, zoomed in with the Buffalo PSS and the students brainstormed what they thought was Dyngus Day.
Professor Musial told the students he was looking for volunteers to help with another video on Dyngus Day. There were a number of volunteers, so stay tuned and see what this project brings. For more information about the Polish Saturday School in Buffalo, call 716 903-3242.


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American music lesson brings students across the border to perform with the Windsor Youth Symphony Orchestra https://giuliavalle.com/american-music-lesson-brings-students-across-the-border-to-perform-with-the-windsor-youth-symphony-orchestra/ Fri, 11 Mar 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://giuliavalle.com/american-music-lesson-brings-students-across-the-border-to-perform-with-the-windsor-youth-symphony-orchestra/ What began as a group of American music students rehearsing works created by Canadian composers led to a journey across the border for a collaboration with the Windsor Youth Symphony Orchestra. About 50 students from Ohio were tasked with exploring music that made its debut in Canada, according to Jay Welenc, professor of orchestral and […]]]>

What began as a group of American music students rehearsing works created by Canadian composers led to a journey across the border for a collaboration with the Windsor Youth Symphony Orchestra.

About 50 students from Ohio were tasked with exploring music that made its debut in Canada, according to Jay Welenc, professor of orchestral and orchestral music at the Toledo School for the Arts.

A year earlier, he had had an idea: to bring his students to Windsor and perform the same music with a Canadian orchestra. But a cross-border school trip at the height of COVID-19 was out of the question.

But on Thursday, for the first time ever, 46 music and choir students from the Toledo School for the Arts were able to cross Canada and perform with peers from the Windsor Youth Symphony Orchestra.

“This is my first time in Canada and I absolutely have to come back,” said 17-year-old cellist Hailey McConnaughy. “The atmosphere is so welcoming. I’ve never felt so at home in a place that isn’t home.”

the @Windsor Symphony Youth Orchestra welcomed young musicians from the Toledo School of Arts in Ohio for a unique collaboration.

Teachers say 46 students from the United States are here, rehearsing and performing vocal and orchestral pieces by Canadian composers.@CTVWindsor pic.twitter.com/O4ijipbQT1

— Sanjay Maru (@sanJmaru)
March 11, 2022

For McConnaughy, there was a noticeable distinction between the orchestral playing styles of her more familiar Ohio ensemble and what she heard from Windsor players.

But bringing together each other’s “personal sounds” was “pretty awesome”, she said, adding that it was “really amazing” to get another bandleader conducting.

“Mr. Welenc and the guest chef [here in Windsor] have really different styles,” McConnaughy said.

Among the key instructions during Friday’s visit was Daniel Wiley, associate conductor of the Windsor Symphony Orchestra.

As music crosses all borders, Wiley said, he considers the welcoming of American students to be quite “incredible” due to the isolating nature of the pandemic.

“As a former teacher, to even think of going around the students in a pandemic is crazy,” Wiley said. “But to think of taking them internationally, it blows my mind.”

For Wiley, one of the main points he wanted to drive across to everyone in the crowd, whether they were from Toledo or Windsor, was the importance of “taking calculated risks”.

“It’s not just about teaching them how to play their instruments better. But it’s also about making them more aware of the world around them… So it’s about teaching them a bit to be people, as well as learning to play their instrument.”

At various times on Friday, orchestra students from Toledo rehearsed instrumental pieces at the Capitol Theater while their choir counterparts practiced at the University of Windsor’s School of Creative Arts building. Both groups were able to observe each other.

“It was super fun. I really enjoyed it,” said Ella Culbreath, an 18-year-old advanced choir student, who toured the old Armories building. “The story behind the building itself was just amazing.”

Singers from Ohio practiced with singers here in Windsor earlier today.

Now it’s the orchestra’s turn. Here is some music from @the weekend.@CTVWindsor pic.twitter.com/iASah0n0Zd

— Sanjay Maru (@sanJmaru)
March 11, 2022

According to Toledo School of Arts Band euphonium player Laine Brown, Wiley’s lesson on Friday taught her the importance of “focusing more on the expressions of the music rather than actually playing the note.”

“Because a lot of my notes and the basis of my songs were whole notes and half notes, usually boring stuff. But the way he phrased it made it a lot more interesting and a lot more fun to play,” said said Brown, adding this was also his first time at Windsor.

“I’ve never really left the United States before, but it’s definitely been a great experience. Now that I have my passport, I hope to be able to move around a bit more.”

Before returning to Toledo on Saturday, students will spend the day at the Chimczuk Museum, John R. Park Homestead Conservation Area and Devonshire Mall.



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Trey Anastasio shares an educational music lesson on Instagram https://giuliavalle.com/trey-anastasio-shares-an-educational-music-lesson-on-instagram/ Mon, 31 Jan 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://giuliavalle.com/trey-anastasio-shares-an-educational-music-lesson-on-instagram/ picture by Jake Silco Trey Anastasio took to Instagram to share a nearly 20-minute free music lesson for budding young musicians. The Phish guitarist started the video by saying that many instruction books and introductory videos leave out the basics and can be overly complicated and that he was excited to use social media for […]]]>

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Trey Anastasio took to Instagram to share a nearly 20-minute free music lesson for budding young musicians. The Phish guitarist started the video by saying that many instruction books and introductory videos leave out the basics and can be overly complicated and that he was excited to use social media for something good.

“I go to bed early because I can’t wait to wake up and play guitar in the morning. I wish everyone had that feeling, so maybe I can help with that,” Anastasio said.

The lesson focused on rhythm division. “If you’re a parent or child watching this, I highly recommend you consider drum lessons,” he shared. He then shared a sweet anecdote about his first drum teacher who told him to play the pillow for a year and warned his parents of the dangers in a musician’s life.

Then he pulled out a metronome and broke down time signatures, exploring 4/4 time, triplets, eighth note triplets, fives, sevens and more. For homework, Anastasio recommended viewers listen to Billy Holiday, JJ Cale and D’Angelo’s album Voodoo, all fine examples of artists playing on the backbeat. He also shared that the most important thing a musician can do is love music first and listen to everyone and everything.

*Update*

Anastasio has since shared three more lessons, exploring “Reflections on Composition”, “From C to Shining C” and “Morning Routine”. All are available on the artist’s Instagram page.

Watch Anastasio’s first music lesson below:



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Phish’s Trey Anastasio Launches Music Lesson Video Series https://giuliavalle.com/phishs-trey-anastasio-launches-music-lesson-video-series/ Sat, 29 Jan 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://giuliavalle.com/phishs-trey-anastasio-launches-music-lesson-video-series/ Trey Anastasio (Shutterstock/Harmony Gerber) (CelebrityAccess) — Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio took to his social media and posted a nearly 20-minute video about teaching guitar. Anastasio focused on rhythm in the first video of the instructional series. In the video, he says that many music instruction books and […]]]>

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(CelebrityAccess) — Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio took to his social media and posted a nearly 20-minute video about teaching guitar. Anastasio focused on rhythm in the first video of the instructional series. In the video, he says that many music instruction books and videos make the basics too complicated.

“I had this flash moment where I could do tiny little music lessons for young people starting out on any instrument and share some of the things I learned,” Anastasio wrote. He also hinted at using social media for something positive, as social media often leaves him feeling uneasy. “I go to bed early because I can’t wait to wake up and play guitar in the morning. I wish everyone had that feeling, so maybe I can help with that,” he said.

Anastasio explained time signatures, talked about how the Talking Heads’ “Remain in Light” influenced his guitar playing, and said more than once that anyone can play music. “As long as you’re sitting at home, you might as well get out of the crazy two years we spend playing an instrument.”

Near the end of the video, he states that another lesson will be released tomorrow, while stating, “I hope I do it again.” As of press time, a new video has yet to be uploaded. You can see the first lesson on its official website INSTAGRAM.



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Phish Guitarist Trey Anastasio Launches Music Lesson Video Series https://giuliavalle.com/phish-guitarist-trey-anastasio-launches-music-lesson-video-series/ Sat, 29 Jan 2022 02:36:00 +0000 https://giuliavalle.com/phish-guitarist-trey-anastasio-launches-music-lesson-video-series/ Watch the guitarist learn to split the beat in his first lesson. By Scott Bernstein January 28, 2022 • 6:36 PM PST Phish’s Trey Anastasio posted a 19-minute video on his social media with a lesson for budding musicians and said others would follow. The guitarist focused on rhythm in the first installment of the […]]]>

Watch the guitarist learn to split the beat in his first lesson.

By Scott Bernstein January 28, 2022 6:36 PM PST

Phish’s Trey Anastasio posted a 19-minute video on his social media with a lesson for budding musicians and said others would follow. The guitarist focused on rhythm in the first installment of the instructional video series.

Anastasio explained that he thinks not only do many music instruction books and videos complicate the basics, but social media often leaves him feeling awful. This new series will address both issues by giving interested individuals the tools to achieve the same joy and pleasure he derives from playing the guitar.

“I had this flash moment where I could do very small music lessons for young people, who are starting any instrument and share some of the things I learned and used [social media] for something a little more positive,” Trey said at the start of the video. “I go to bed early because I can’t wait to wake up and play guitar in the morning. I wish everyone had that feeling, so maybe I can help with that,” Anastasio added.

The 57-year-old musician started playing the drums and suggested those who were just starting out should do the same. He also advised novices to “love the music first and listen to everyone, listen to anything”. Trey chose JJ Cale, D’Angelo (Voodoo in particular) and Billie Holiday as musicians who “explored the depths of rhythm better than anyone [he’s] already heard.” Anastasio then started discussing the beat and demonstrated how to split the beat while being accompanied by a metronome.

Trey gave examples of different time signatures, explained how Talking Heads stay in the light album influenced him and repeated his mantra that anyone can play music. “As long as you’re sitting at home, you might as well get out of the crazy two years that we spend playing an instrument,” he added.

Trey mentioned he’d be back with a new lesson tomorrow near the end of the video, but backtracked a bit as he concluded the clip by saying, “I hope I do it again.” Watch Trey Anastasio’s first social media music lesson below:


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Kourtney Kardashian tosses her drums in the air during a music lesson with her fiancé Travis Barker https://giuliavalle.com/kourtney-kardashian-tosses-her-drums-in-the-air-during-a-music-lesson-with-her-fiance-travis-barker/ Thu, 16 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://giuliavalle.com/kourtney-kardashian-tosses-her-drums-in-the-air-during-a-music-lesson-with-her-fiance-travis-barker/ Kourtney Kardashian looks rockstar while playing drums during class with her fiancé Travis Barker By Deirdre Simonds for Dailymail.com Published: 9:19 p.m. EST, December 16, 2021 | Update: 10:02 p.m. EST, December 16, 2021 Kourtney Kardashian looked like the rockstar as she tossed a pair of chopsticks in the air while enjoying a music lesson […]]]>

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Kourtney Kardashian looked like the rockstar as she tossed a pair of chopsticks in the air while enjoying a music lesson from Travis Barker.

In photos posted to her Instagram account on Thursday, the 42-year-old reality star shared photos of herself rocking out in a beige trench coat and black tank top.

“Little drummer,” she captioned the slideshow, which showed her performing on a red Ludwig Drums set.

Jamsession: Kourtney Kardashian looked like the rockstar while playing drums while enjoying a music lesson from Travis Barker

The post, which received more than 480,000 likes in less than four hours, even earned a sweet comment from her future husband.

“Rockstar,” the father-of-two, who proposed to Kardashian in late October, wrote below the slideshow.

Barker’s passion for drums seems to be rubbing off on the whole family after he gifted Poosh founder’s daughter Penelope a drum set in July.

Rockstar-to-be: In photos posted to her Instagram account on Thursday, the 42-year-old reality star shared snaps of herself performing in a beige trench coat and black tank top

Rockstar-to-be: In photos posted to her Instagram account on Thursday, the 42-year-old reality star shared snaps of herself performing in a beige trench coat and black tank top

“Little drummer,” she captioned the slideshow, which showed her performing on a Ludwig Drums set.

“Rockstar,” the father-of-two, who proposed to Kardashian in late October, wrote below the slideshow

While Kardashian hasn’t said if the drums were a Christmas present from her man, her nine-year-old daughter is pink with her name written on the bass drum skin in cursive.

Kourtney shares her three children with ex Scott Disick, while Travis shares son Landon, 18, and daughter Alabama, 15, with his ex-wife, Shanna Moakler.

Their blended families recently spent time together in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico for Travis’ 46th birthday.

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Surprise!  Barker's passion for drums seems to rub off on the whole family as he gifted the Poosh founder's daughter a drum kit in July

Surprise! Barker’s passion for drums seems to rub off on the whole family as he gifted the Poosh founder’s daughter a drum kit in July

“The children got along well. Alabama was playing with [Kourtney’s 6-year-old son] Reign and really nice to him,” an eyewitness told E! News. “They left Kourtney and Travis alone for a one-on-one and Alabama took Reign and Penelope to the pool.”

The source added: “They all seemed very friendly and like they were having fun together.” The younger ones looked up to the older children and they looked like one big happy family.

Although the couple are currently childless, an insider told the publication that they “hope to be pregnant next year.”

At the moment, they’re busy filming scenes for the Kardashian-Jenner clan’s new Hulu series, which is set to air early next year.

Mom and Dad: Although the couple currently have no children, a source tells E!  news that they

Mom and Dad: Although the couple currently have no children, a source tells E! News they ‘hope to wait for next year’

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Online music lesson strikes a chord with kids – Media Database https://giuliavalle.com/online-music-lesson-strikes-a-chord-with-kids-media-database/ Fri, 12 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://giuliavalle.com/online-music-lesson-strikes-a-chord-with-kids-media-database/ TERMS OF USE By sending a press release and/or subscribing to our service spread the wordyou agree to the following terms of use, limitations, quality policy and fair use policy. spread the word reserves the right to suspend or delete your account if any of the conditions below are not met. spread the word reserves […]]]>

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Contest: Enter to win a free music lesson with the International School of Music! https://giuliavalle.com/contest-enter-to-win-a-free-music-lesson-with-the-international-school-of-music/ https://giuliavalle.com/contest-enter-to-win-a-free-music-lesson-with-the-international-school-of-music/#respond Tue, 24 Aug 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://giuliavalle.com/contest-enter-to-win-a-free-music-lesson-with-the-international-school-of-music/ Looking for fun and engaging musical instruction for young people? Give your kids something they are passionate about and get them started music lessons (face-to-face or online) with the International School of Music! Voted best for music lessons, the International School of Music has a team of attentive and patient instructors who will personalize lessons […]]]>

Looking for fun and engaging musical instruction for young people? Give your kids something they are passionate about and get them started music lessons (face-to-face or online) with the International School of Music!

Voted best for music lessons, the International School of Music has a team of attentive and patient instructors who will personalize lessons according to student goals so that each child can progress at their own pace and learn the music they want. he likes.

From the Early Years Music Program offering music lessons for toddlers and preschoolers to the Private Music Lesson Program that caters to all ages, the International School of Music offers award-winning instruction. in piano, voice, guitar, drums, violin, viola, cello, flute, recorder, trumpet, saxophone, clarinet, trombone, tuba, French horn, baritone, bass, uke, banjo, etc.

ISM’s fun, engaging and personalized instruction helps structure student life and builds their confidence, focus and self-expression that lasts beyond the lessons.

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Reveal!Three KFDC readers can win a half-hour private music lesson at the International School of Music in any instrument or voice with one of their amazing teachers! Want a chance to win? Just leave a comment below to let me know which instrument (or voice) your child would like to play. Get an extra chance to win by signing up on the KidFriendly DC Facebook page as well! The competition is open to new students only. This contest will run until Tuesday, September 7, 2021, then a winner will be drawn and notified shortly thereafter. Good luck!

This post is paid for by the International School of Music, however, I am only promoting programs, places and services that I sincerely believe in and which I believe would appeal to KFDC readers.


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