Archive for February, 2012

Featured Student: Liza Sobel

Posted in Music, Music Education, Students Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

This blog features Liza Sobel, one of my former students.  Liza studied piano with me from ages 5-15.  She also studied a bit of composition and voice with me during that time. Liza holds a special place in my heart.  She’s a great example of a beautiful person who always reaches for her full potential […]

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Live Online Teaching: from Dream to Reality

Posted in News & Events Monday, February 20th, 2012

It started as a dream… more realistic and doable to me in my mind than it actually was in reality in the late 90s.  People were “videoconferencing” then… mostly large corporations.  The video was very jerky, the sound was, well, not good for musical uses. Not to mention the cost was prohibitive for the uses […]


Posted in Sound for Well Being Wednesday, February 1st, 2012

Did you know that when you play music, you’re creating an environment?  Whether you’re playing/singing the music live yourself or playing it on an mp3 player, a home or car radio, a computer, or a TV, you’re changing the environment when you introduce sound.  The same is true of other people.  People create sound environments […]