April Member of the Month

Meet six year old Aadya from Cambridge, United Kingdom! She lives there with her dad, Vikas, her mom, Maha and her little sister, Akshara who is two years old.


Q: What’s your musical background?

Music runs through entire family and generations. Whilst I’m  training in authentic indian classical dance, violin and piano, I have my my own youtube channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/mahaviju/videos) where I display my performances that I give for various charity events in the UK.

Q: Anything fun or unique you’d like to share about your family?

My grand-father is a trained musician on percussion instrument like Tabla, he also performs Indian classical dance forms.  He also performed for Cambridge Asian Events in the UK.

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Practicing Tips for Piano Lessons on the Road

As I write this, the holidays are quickly approaching. For many, this means time off of school, traveling to see family, or even hosting friends and family from out-of-town. This disruption to your typical routine might also mean piano practicing goes by the wayside.

Whether it’s holiday plans, an opportunity to travel for an extended period of time, or a temporary busy “season” where your child is in a school play or taking the bus all over for sporting events, there are times when our piano practice routine is thrown out of whack. Continue reading “Practicing Tips for Piano Lessons on the Road”