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Large Sheet/Book Music Donation to KeyNotes

On Wednesday, September 17th, KeyNotes Piano Studio received a large donation of music books and sheet music, from a retired pianist (who is happily turning 101 years old in November!). The music donated includes a large body of more than … Continue reading

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Living with Music – More than Just once a Week

Students at KNPS enjoy a weekly lesson, which varies in length according to their level of accomplishment, from 30 to 60 minutes. In addition, there are recitals and master classes in which they perform throughout the year. However, we must … Continue reading

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Establishing a Practice Routine

With the new school year already having started for most students, this is the perfect time to begin a practice routine. Remember that, at least for the first year of instruction, it is far more important to spend time practicing … Continue reading

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Choosing a New Music Instructor

Before starting piano lessons it is a good idea to take a few things into account. First, you will need to determine if you or your child will have the time and dedication necessary to make the most of your … Continue reading

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Student Preparation for Recital

We are just a few days away from our Spring Recitals. Students should be practicing their pieces daily, and shifting from “practice mode” to “performance mode.” What does that mean? When we practice, we stop and fix mistakes whenever they … Continue reading

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Welcome!

Welcome to the new KeyNotes Piano Studio website.  Please feel free to explore the many features and information available!

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