Music Education

Introducing an Exciting Opportunity for Young Musicians

Seeking instumentalists ages 16-19 for a tuition-free experience of a lifetime

   Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Institute will to bring together the brightest young players from across the country in the summer of 2013 to form the National Youth Ochestra of the United States of America.

   Following a comprehensive audition process and a two-week training residency with leading professional orchestra musicians, these remarkable teenagers embark on an international tour to some of the great music capitals of the world, led by a different conductor each year.

Exposing Our Kids to Beautiful Melodies & Great Hymns

 If there's one thing that students learn when studying music it's that timing is everything. Yes, technique is important, but if the timing is off --- it's major. And so it goes with homeschooling -- our time is limited when it comes to exposing our children to the great hymns of the faith, so my advice is to do it now while they're young.

     Music ministers to the soul and is so moving! And great hymns are not only inspiring --- but they'll be remembered for a lifetime ---making it important to allow kids to learn them while they're young. 

In the Evening at Sunset -- Having Meals Together

 

Let's say you've been teaching a good part of the day.  All of a sudden, it's getting close to 5:00 and you realize that  you have absolutely no ideas for dinner. And worse yet, you haven't had time to grocery shop today.  Ahhh!  Boy, have I had that happen a million times.....

 

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