written by Metro Music Makers instructor Dr. Victor Ezquerra
written by Metro Music Makers instructor Mark Grundhoefer A question I get asked a lot is, “How do I sing and play at the same time?” Learning a song on an instrument is difficult enough. To add singing on top of what you’re playing can often times seem impossible, especially when the vocal line does […]
Instructor Mark Grundhoefer shares how you can take a break this summer, but NOT a break from your music!
Metro Music Makers instructor Dave Colquitt offers some encouragement for the musician who is having a tough time.
Metro Music Makers guitar and piano instructor Dave Colquitt shares how technology has made recording and sharing your music incredibly accessible.
Metro Music Makers instructor Mark Grundhoefer offers up the simple steps required to share your music with the world.
As the Director of Music Therapy for Metro Music Makers, I love that we are able to offer adaptive lessons as part of our in-home services. I always recommend starting with piano, and if you’re a parent of a current or potential future adaptive student, I’d like to share with you some of the reasons for this.
You know you need to practice your instrument, but do you know HOW to practice? Our instructor J.T. Lee provides some helpful tips for how to make your practice sessions truly helpful – and even enjoyable!
Brentley Cauthen, instructor at Metro Music Makers, shares from years of experience why he believes that acoustic instruments are usually the best choice for beginner students.
Music instruments are popular gifts during the holiday season and, we believe, the best gifts anyone could receive. The gift of a guitar or keyboard can spark creativity and lead to life-long inspiration. Each Christmas, parents put instruments under the tree in hopes that their children will develop a love for playing music. It’s important to […]