Reflection on 2020
We pivoted from in person to wholly online music lessons without missing a beat. We even held THREE virtual recitals. In spite of the difficulties we’ve all faced individually, collectively, we’ve been able to come together, us Treble Makers, and continue to do the best that we can, given the circumstances. What a lesson in perseverance!
Things weren’t always perfect (are there ever?), but we still found ways to adapt, overcome, and continue to make progress.
Refocus for 2021
Speaking of progress, I’m in the process of making individual special video recaps of all the things you’ve accomplished at your instrument(s). This vid is gonna get into the details of music know-how based on the K.E.Y.S. The goal is to help you reset your focus, manage your goals, and provide you an individualized path to greater progression as you continue to receive TLC in every lesson.
As a reminder, tuition already includes breaks. You can read the full policy here for more details. When planning music lessons, we’ve made sure that regardless of what day your lesson is given, everyone is afforded the same amount of lessons in a calendar year. With that being said, our music making doors will be closed on January 18, in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s official holiday.
Superstar Shout Outs
Welcome to Madison and Savien, our newest Superstar Singers to join our ranks!
Congratulations to YOU- the supporters of our Superstars! You’ve been making sure your Superstar shows up for lessons prepared to get their shine on. I do not take it for granted that you permit me to virtually enter the intimate space of your homes. Thank you for providing opportunities for these Superstars to shine brightly.
We believe that music lessons should be accessible for all children and for several years we have partnered with The MusicLink Foundation in order to make that happen.
Families must prove a financial hardship in order to qualify for this program.