Hello everyone! Welcome to Fall 2020! It’s so great to be working with all of you; for those of you who are new to me, I am so pleased to meet you, and for those of you from the summer, I’m excited to continue our journey!

Below I will include some homework suggestions for each of you. Since it’s only the first week of the semester, it’ll be pretty light/open. In the future, I’ll try to always include constructive ideas that I’d like you to look at each week as well as a recommended time to practice daily/weekly. Always though, keep in mind that the most important thing is to have fun and enjoy yourself! These are suggestions and recommendations, and I completely understand that life will always come first! Stay happy and healthy, and try to work your music practice in to your schedules in a way that complements that happy and healthy lifestyle! Practice DOES make perfect, as the saying goes, but the most important thing is to enjoy what you’re doing :)

Parents, if you have any questions, please let me know at the beginning or end of the lessons. I’m always happy to chat with you!


Lovely to meet you!
-I’m working on finding some sheet music for the songs we talked about!
-in the meantime, feel free to review the pages of your lesson book we covered


Lovely to meet you!
-Play through the songs you showed me today; I’m excited to continue working on pieces with you!


Glad to continue with you this semester!
-I’m working on finding the sheet for Sunflower
-keep playing the songs we took at a look at in your lesson book


Glad to continue with you this semester! (Hopefully, with scheduling!)
-Play through Lightly Row and Forest Drums


Glad to continue with you this semester! (Hopefully, with scheduling!)
Minuet in A – work on bringing that LH quieter, and dynamics overall
Minuet in F – work on both hands separately
Etude – bring out the RH (i.e. LH a bit quieter)
A minor scale
C major scale
I’m working on finding a fun sci-fi film piano piece for you!


Lovely to meet you!
-Here are 2 suggestions of method books we could use. Take a look and let me know if you have a preference:
-In the meantime, see if you can remember how to find middle C? What about the C 5-finger scale we talked about?
-I will also find a copy of This Is Me

See you all next week!