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Filed Under: Books

Hunt for Red October, er, Christmas present

Every year, piano teachers around the world are on a hunt. They scour the nooks and crannies of their music credenza, surf online for tintillating content. What are they looking for? Why Christmas books, or course, to share with their eager students. Around Oct., I begin to pull the piano books out to prepare for [...]

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How To Find The Right Piano Teacher For You or Your Child.

Most adults and parents have no idea where to start when it comes to trying to find the right piano teacher. What do you look for? Where do you start? What do you expect? As an educator, parent, and author of A World Where Everyone Plays, Bernadette Ashby, will shed some insights on how to [...]

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Simply Music International Symposium 2012 – Huge Hit!

This year we had over 100 Simply Music teachers converge in San Diego to attend the annual Simply Music International Symposium. They flew from all around the world to train and be encouraged in their aspirations to be the best teacher they could be for their students and studio. It definitely was an amazing time. [...]

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Blog Talk Radio with author/editor Bernadette Ashby

Join “Simply Music Live!” as author/editor, Bernadette Ashby, of A World Where Everyone Plays shares her excitement about her newly released book – a collection of inspirational breakthrough stories and impossible dreams that have come true through the medium of music and piano playing. Listen to internet radio with simply music on Blog Talk Radio

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Filed Under: Piano Training

My Sub is a Composition Queen

It’s been over ten years since I took a long awaited vacation with my family for over two weeks. We traveled to Florida and visited Walt Disney World, the happiest place on earth, and ended with a cruise to the Bahamas. It was very tiring but my family and I had a blast. It’s always [...]

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What do children of Piano Teachers do?

It’s always a fine line when it comes to your children. How far do you push them? As a piano teacher, I wanted the best for my own children. And so music was not an option. My oldest started piano lessons at 7 years of age. She’s still taking piano lessons today but not with [...]

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Who Needs Piano Technique Anyways?

For the Luv of Piano studio had Master Educator, Nancy Reese, join us in learning about her Breakthrough Piano Technique. She traveled all the way from Idaho to join 16 students who participated in this event. Through observatory learning, my students had so much fun learning how to make the “piano play you” instead of [...]

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Filed Under: Piano lessons

Student Concert March 2011

Wow, over 50 students performed at the For The Luv of Piano Studio Student Concert. With a showing of pieces in the genres of contemporary, classical, blues, and accompaniment, the audience was duly impressed with the broad spectrum of performances. And to boot, added compositions and songs that were improv’d make the afternoon a delight [...]

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The joys of piano playing…blogging for inspiration.

I’m on a journey to share the joys of learning how to play the piano for the young and old. Snippets of encouragement and inspiration is shared on this blog. If you have an interest in piano or in my studio For the Luv of Piano, then read on…

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Speaker at CHEA – Writing in the Real World

With my new book being released in Jan. 2011, A World Where Everyone Plays, the demand for speaking at events increases. In April, I spoke at CHEA (Christian Home Educators Association) once again. There were over 1000 people that attended. The subject was a little different this year because of my new adventure in writing. [...]

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