Covid-19 coronavirus: online piano lessons like real life – New Zealand Herald | Start Classified

Covid-19 coronavirus: online piano lessons like real life - New Zealand Herald

Elena Reekie talks about teaching piano online during lockdown. Video / Included When New Zealand went into lockdown, piano teacher Elena Reekie faced a tricky problem. The Auckland teacher takes one to one lessons and has group lessons for up to 7 students gathering with their electric instruments. But the self-isolation rules meant Reekie – … Read more

5 Best Bass Guitar Learning Software [2022 Guide] -WindowsReport.com | Start Classified

Best software to learn bass guitar

through Ivan Jenic Passionate about all elements related to Windows and combined with his innate curiosity, Ivan has delved deeply into the understanding of this operating system, with a specialization in drivers and…read more Updated on October 28, 2020 XINSTALL BY CLICKING THE DOWNLOAD FILE To fix various PC issues, we recommend Restoro PC Repair … Read more

Dolly Parton Performs at OKC’s American Banjo Museum Hall of Fame Virtual Induction Ceremonies – Oklahoman.com | Start Classified

The American Banjo Museum is transitioning this year’s American Banjo Museum Hall of Fame induction ceremonies to virtual celebrations due to the coronavirus pandemic. The ones for Monday-Oct. 16 are set to feature a special appearance by music legend Dolly Parton, according to a press release. Each year since opening in 1998, the museum has … Read more

Music Academy’s Anthea Kreston: What Works Best for Online Learning – Violinist.com | Start Classified

Anthea Kreston

Aug 20, 2020 12:47 p.m. When we last spoke to violinist Anthea Kreston, she was about to begin the summer portion of her newly launched Inside Music Academy – a fully virtual music school she launched in March in response to the rising demand for online learning due to the burgeoning pandemic . Violinist Anthea … Read more

A Family Love Lesson: ‘The Banjo Lesson’ – The Epoch Times | Start Classified

A detail from “The Banjo Lesson,” 1893, by Henry Ossawa Tanner. Oil on Canvas, 49 inches by 35.5 inches. Hampton University Museum, Virginia. (Public Domain)

My family is very important to me. I really don’t know where I would be without her constant love and care. My grandparents, uncles and aunts were all significant influences in my life and made me understand that I could become anything I wanted to be if I was willing to put in the effort. … Read more

Violin lessons may not improve your child’s math, but here’s why you should encourage them anyway – The Telegraph | Start Classified

Violin lessons may not improve your child's math, but here's why you should encourage them anyway - The Telegraph

When my daughter was six, I would drag her to music class on Saturday mornings. I would clutch a coffee, she would carry her adorable little instrument in a little pink case. To be honest, despite many hours sawing up Twinkle Twinkle, it soon became clear that bshe had never become a virtuoso. But I … Read more