How To Decorate Your Piano For The Holidays

When you have a piano, you want people to use it. With the hustle and bustle of the holidays, it's valid to think that your piano might be neglected during this time in favor of other activities. However, being able to play Christmas music and other holiday music is one of the greatest parts of having a piano. To draw people's attention back to the piano and work it into your Christmas decorating scheme, you are going to need to make sure that you decorate it for the holidays as well. Read More 

3 Things A Beginner Acoustic Guitar Player Should Invest In

When it comes to playing an instrument, the acoustic guitar is the first choice for many. And it's no surprise that acoustic guitars are so popular! Nothing says cool like strumming a popular hit for a group of people. Acoustic guitars are also very portable instruments that can easily be brought out to entertain friends and family. No need to haul an amplifier around! However, there are many people who purchase these guitars only to abandon their new hobby within just a few months. Read More 

3 Ways To Promote Your Music

Are you a musician who is trying to get your name out there and your music heard? If so, you might want to take a few moments of your time to review the following ways to promote your music. Hand Out Demos At Concerts Attend a concert of a band that is in the same music genre that your music falls in. This is how you will make sure that you are targeting the right kind of crowd for your music. Read More 

Best Ways to Incorporate Irish Folk Music Into Your Wedding

If you're planning on having an Irish wedding in the coming months, one of the things that you'll have to consider is the music. Music is an important part of Irish culture, so it would be difficult to have a proper Irish wedding without incorporating Irish melodies. These tips will help you use Irish music in your wedding from the start to the finish. Study the Famous Irish Folk Songs Before Hand Read More 

Five Ways Piano Lessons Can Help Your Child Thrive Socially

By now, many parents are aware of the positive effects studying music can have on children's academic development, but can it also help their social lives? Playing the piano draws upon a wide variety of skills, some of which can also help your child navigate the complex world of professional and personal relationships. These are five surprising ways piano lessons in childhood may contribute to a more well-rounded and sociable adult. Read More