A Paradigm Shift for the Music Exam Culture

I have encountered some interesting experiences when asked to prepare students for examinations. A classic example is the case of a student, a 10-year old girl who has been learning the piano since kindergarten, whose parents had wanted her to take the Level 1 Royal Conservatory of Music (RCM) exam but that her previous two... Continue Reading →

The Learning Process

In most cases, very little is ever explained to students regarding the learning process of a music repertoire.  Successful learning is not about how much time we spend but rather about the quality of the time invested. There is no shortcut to this process, but if a student applies him or herself intelligently much time... Continue Reading →

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