November 10th, 2014
November 2014 – We are on break Monday, 11/10 and Tuesday, 11/11 for the Veterans Day Holiday. Our Thanksgiving break will be 11/26 – 30. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
October 2014 – We are on break this week for the Columbus Day Holiday from 10/13 – 10/18. We are back in session next Monday, 10/20. Have a wonderful break!
September 2014 – Students are enrolling in lessons and classes. Lessons start 9/8, Dance classes start 9/25 and Music classes start 10/4. There’s still time to register so contact Miss Peggy today!
June 2014 – Spring Recital is June 19th, 2014! Good Luck Everyone!
May 2014 – The studio is on Memorial Day break from the 24th through the 30th.
March 2014 – Good luck to our students participating in NYSSMA Spring Evaluations! Good News: Anyone interested in taking our PKJ Dansing class this spring may do so at a 50% discount through Living Social !!!
February 2014 – The studio will be closed for the week of 2/16. Enjoy your winter break everyone!!
January 2014 – Happy New Year! Winter Session lessons begin on January 6th, dance classes begin on Jan. 7th and music classes begin the week of Jan. 13th. Rising Star Singers and Keyboard Friends classes are open for new students until January 10th.
June 18th, 2014
6/18/14 Final rehearsals today!
05/30/14 June Calendar is now posted.
05/27/14 Hope Everyone is having a great Memorial Day break. See you on the 31st.
04/21/14 Spring Session resumes today!
03/17/14 Repertoire Week starts today! All lesson students are preparing to share a piece or two with their fellow students. We’re looking forward to hearing you share!
March 17th, 2014
To Ellen, Colin, Karen, Justin and Lauren for their participation in the 2014 Piano Levels 1 & 2 NYSSMA Spring Evaluation Festival and receiving scores of Outstanding and Excellent!!
Great Job Everyone !!!
March 31st, 2011
We love playing the piano thanks to you!
Kara and Mikaela Cooney
November 16th, 2013
Are you on our email list?? Contact Miss Peggy today!!.
September 6th, 2012
Childhood music learning, … “has strong linguistic benefits and improves performance on everyday listening tasks.”
http://musiced.nafme.org/news/a-little-music-training-goes-a-long-way/ about this recent study:
“A Little Goes a Long Way: How the Adult Brain Is Shaped by Musical Training in Childhood,” Journal of Neuroscience, vol. 32, no. 34 (August 22 2012).
January 3rd, 2012
“Childhood Music Lessons May Promote Lifelong Boost in Brain Functioning”.
March 29th, 2011
Piano students – keep the top joint of every finger firm.
Voice students – keep your sternum high.
Violin students- keep your bow arm lifted.
Parents – tap or clap the beat when singing with your child.