On January 23rd 2014 the American Music Therapy Association released a document called “Setting The Record Straight: What Music Therapy Is and Is Not” that I’d like to share with you. It was written by Jennifer Peter, AMTA Communications Associate, and Al Bumanis, AMTA Director of Communications. The American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) supports […]
One of the skills I work on with my clients is understanding different seasons and holidays. For example, I make sure they comprehend that we wear short and flipflops in the summer instead of the winter and why. A fun topic to explore is various foods that match holidays traditions. Thanksgiving is one of the holidays […]
Happy 2nd Birthday Georgia! I had so much fun leading music at your party last month with all of your friends. Musical Bridges is now offering fun and interactive birthday party entertainment. Click here to find out more information about different options and themes. I hope to play with your child at a party very soon!
This blog post is the fourth in a four part series discussing the benefits of Suzuki piano. Part one examined the importance of music training and the role it plays in brain development. Part two gave a short biography of Shinichi Suzuki. Part three provided an overview of the Suzuki piano method. Today I hope to give you, the music […]
This blog post is the third in a four part series discussing the benefits of Suzuki piano. Part one examined the importance of music training and the role it plays in brain development and part two gave a brief biography of Shinichi Suzuki. Today I will provide an overview of the Suzuki piano method. The overall philosophy of […]