Are you musical?
The answer to this question is not, “Yes, I play an instrument” or “No, I do not play an instrument.” The truth is, we’re ALL musical. In fact, we are so deeply musical, that if were we not musical, we’d be unable to speak or to move our bodies. We express our musicality in a number of ways: from the tonality and inflection in our speech, to the way we move our bodies, walk, clap our hands, brush our teeth.
Unfortunately, an individual’s experience with trying to learn an instrument, can have the opposite effect. A student of music who attempts and fails at learning the piano, will believe that musicianship comes from being talented or naturally gifted. He will believe that music lessons must be for the select few.
I want to set that belief aside and suggest that with the right teacher, the right method of learning and with consistent at-home play, everyone, including you, can learn to play music. And not just learn it so you can play like me or Beethoven or anyone else, but so you can play like you… with your tonality, inflection, expression, movement and rhythm.
I want to be a part of your musical journey of self-expression.
Are you ready?