Stimulate the development of fetus’s brain

Stimulate the development of fetus’s brain

Scientific researches proved that letting babies listen to music in mothers’ womb will improve constitution and intelligence, creative ability and ability in showing emotion of babies. Researches show that, in pregnancy, if you regularly let babies listen to some song, babies will be attracted by…

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Lori Bastein Piano Workshop – April 13

Lori Bastein Piano Workshop – April 13

Sally Piano Music studio is excited to announce one of the best  workshop by Lori Bastien  on April 13th . Join us for an amazing educational clinic and meet one of the greatest song writer for children ! Lori is a passionate piano teacher !…

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Spring Solo Piano concert by Brenda Warren & Sally Kafaei March 19

Spring Solo Piano concert by Brenda Warren & Sally Kafaei March 19

Join us on Saturday March 19th ( 4:00-5:00 ) where composer/pianist Brenda Warren will perform past original works and  preview pieces from her new album to be released later this year. She will be joined by Sally Kafaei to add to this special event.   About…

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Sally Piano Music Halloween Recital 2016

Sally Piano Music Halloween Recital 2016

We are excited to announce that our favorite recital of the year , our Halloween recital , has been scheduled as follow :   Coachella Valley  October 28 , 2016 Time : 5:00-7:00 Location : So Cal Piano  74111 CA – 111 , Palm Desert…

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Musical Training Will Improve Academic Achievement !

Musical Training Will Improve Academic Achievement !

Albert Einstein’s mother was a talented musician who made musical expression a part of daily home life when her children were growing up. Albert Einstein began playing the violin when he was 6 years old. By the age of 13, he was playing Mozart’s sonatas….

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Taking music lessons in later life a protective factor against dementia

Taking music lessons in later life a protective factor against dementia

Some research has suggested keeping the brain active such as playing an instrument in adulthood can simulate the brain and reduce the risk of dementia. The researched showed that extensive musical instrumental training such as playing Piano, Guitar or Violin even in amateur musicians provides…

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Music has the power to shape a child’s Brain !

Music has the power to shape a child’s Brain !

Science has shown that when children learn to play music, their brains begin to hear and process sounds that they couldn’t otherwise hear. This helps them develop “neurophysiological distinction” between certain sounds that can aid in literacy, which can translate into improved academic results for…

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A Parent’s Guide to the First Piano Recital

A Parent’s Guide to the First Piano Recital

Your child’s first piano recital is often an exciting and nerve-wracking experience, all at the same time, for your student and for you. Here are some tips to help you know how to prepare, what to expect at the recital, and how to keep your…

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How is Music Beneficial for All Learners?

How is Music Beneficial for All Learners?

Today there are unprecedented reasons for making music a part of everyone’s life. Students taking music lessons now will determine the place of music in America and the value society places on music tomorrow. Regardless of what these students ultimately choose as a profession, music…

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How to motivate students to practice

How to motivate students to practice

1. Take lessons yourself. Put yourself in their shoes – literally. Remember what it’s like to have a busy week and have a hard time finding time for practice? Remember what it’s like to when your pieces don’t play as well in the lesson as…

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