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Fall Music Classes and Music Lessons

Posted in Music Education, News & Events, Students Thursday, August 22nd, 2013

We’re gearing up for a great fall with private lessons and music classes!  Please see our lessons and classes pages for all the details.  We look forward to speaking with you.  For more info, please contact us at: email@soulnotestudios.com (855) 768-5668

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Featured Student: Mason Comtois

Posted in Students Tuesday, June 25th, 2013

Mason is Mary’s nephew. She taught him to play several instruments when he was 9-10 years old. Now, Mason is 16 and has a great love for music. While Mason learned Clarinet, Recorder, Oboe, Cello, Electric Bass, Electric and Acoustic Guitar, Saxophone, and Piano throughout the year that Mary worked with him, he has chosen […]

Featured Student: Blake Teitel

Posted in Students Thursday, May 23rd, 2013

In this blog, I’m featuring one of my current students, Blake Teitel.  Blake loves music!  He has been playing piano for 10 years.  In addition, he has been playing saxophone for the past 3 years, and drums for the past 5 years.  He also plays a little guitar.  Blake plays in his school’s band, jazz […]

Long term benefits of music lessons

Posted in Music, Music Education, Sound for Well Being, Students Thursday, September 27th, 2012

  A friend emailed this article to me, and I thought I’d share it.  There’s a lot of research out there about music and how it can be very beneficial to children and adults in various ways.  Once in a while, this subject is covered by mainstream American media.  Most of the time, you have […]

Featured Student: Andrew Colombo

Posted in Students Friday, July 13th, 2012

In this blog, I’m featuring a wonderful student named Andrew Colombo. Andrew is a junior in high school, and has been playing the piano for more than 8 years.  He’s been studying with me for about 6 months.  Andrew enjoys playing classical and contemporary music.  He also plays marimba for his high school marching band, […]

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 […]

Student Spotlight!

Posted in Students Thursday, October 27th, 2011

In this part of the blog, we’re going to highlight some of Mary’s students past and present.  Come back soon… our first student will be highlighted in a few days!