Friday, September 1, 2023 | Waitlist
If you missed Fall 2023 enrollment, jump on my waitlist for 2024. After my current studio families, you will receive the next priority opportunity to enroll: https://musicwithros.mymusicstaff.com/Wait-List
Friday, August 18, 2023 | Classical Music
Shelle Mask Soelberg
Harnessing the Power of Music
2102 Life Sciences Building (LSB)
Tue. Aug 22 The power of classical music
Wed. Aug 23 Using music to teach the gospel in the home
Thu. Aug 24 Early education using music
Fri. Aug 25 The power of music lessons and practice habits
Online registration available through Aug 25th: https://educationweek.
$40 for afternoons only all four days; $38 for one full day
Monday, May 1, 2023 | Sign Up
Presto - Accelerated Piano for the Older Beginner ages 7-10
Let's Play Music - Flagship Total Musicianship Program ages 4-6
Sound Beginnings - Learning through Musical Play ages 0-3
I'd love to answer your questions: firstname.lastname@example.org or check out the company website. Don't miss out, small class sizes are almost full! Classes begin the week of August 14th, 2023.
Monday, March 13, 2023 | Spirit Week
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Wednesday, August 10, 2022 | Sports
I was forwarded your message and that is a true story. I took lessons from 5 years of age until 13. My Mom was relentless. Piano practice ALWAYS came before anything else after school. However, the "rest of the story" is that when I joined the Dallas Cowboys as a rookie we had a very progressive Strength and Conditioning Coach who always used the most innovative training methods. He had a device that flashed pictures on a screen that depicted two hands and two feet and we were to hit paddles that were attached to the screen and to each hand and foot, indicated on the screen as quickly as we could and see how many we could get correctly in a minute. After the first time I did it he looked at me and said, "You play the Piano don't you?" His point was that when you play the piano you look at images on a screen and transfer them to your hands and feet and the quicker you can do it the better piano player you are. That process is exactly the same as playing Quarterback or any sport for that matter. You see something, your brain processes it and it sends messages out to your body and you "react" to what you see. Two important points to learn from this.........playing a musical instrument CAN make you a better athlete and............Mom always knows best.