Online interview with Dr. Gene Willet I’m excited to share this interview with you!  A little bit of a background – Gene and I went to graduate school together at UT-Austin (he was doing a PhD in Music Theory and I was doing a DMA in piano pedagogy), and then we both ended up teaching […]

New resource page for teachers Some big changes are happening to the Piano Program website very soon! I love that many teachers are using the music theory courses, and of course I’m enjoying using it in my teaching as well. So after taking a step back and looking at all of the work I’ve done […]

It was such a pleasure to speak at the MTNA National Conference in Orlando today!  I loved seeing old friends and making new ones.  I hope that I was able to inspire you to start thinking about how YOU can use the flipped classroom approach in your studios. I hope everyone grabbed a printed handout […]

If you are a piano teacher like I am, perhaps you have all of your lessons planned out as carefully as possible. Repertoire is selected, technique is planned out, and theory courses assigned. But sometimes lessons don’t always go as planned. So it’s nice to have a few resources to use as additional material for […]

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