Monthly Archives: November 2017

Thank Goodness for Piano Lessons!

  by McKenna Rammell, Assistant Director This month during piano lessons, our ‘ Virtue for Virtuosos is GRATITUDE. This virtue is a perfect one to focus on this month because of Thanksgiving! People naturally are thinking of what they are grateful for. My thoughts go to why I am grateful for piano lessons. A frequent […]

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Join Our Christmas Sing-Along!

  Are you ready for our annual Christmas Sing-Along? Started several years ago by the Larson family, this tradition has been a huge success! The Sing-Along will be held on Monday, December 11 at 7:00 p.m. Piano conservatory students, families, and friends are welcome to attend! Check out our Facebook Event for more information. For current […]

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Gathering Families Around the Piano

As a follow up to our earlier blog post from this week, we wanted to share this family musical experience! One way to have positive family musical experiences is to gather as a family around a piano. The Larson family shared this endearing video with us this week of their family gathering around a piano […]

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Compliment Cards: A New Piano Recital Tradition

Recitals last weekend were SO much fun! We had almost 70 students perform, as well as several of our piano teachers. We heard lots of amazing performances – but today we want to share something we did a little differently this time around: compliment cards! We got this idea from a fellow teacher (click here […]

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Piano Lessons Facilitate Family Musical Experiences

If you are familiar with the story of how Utah Piano Conservatory came to be, you will know that one motivating factor behind the conservatory is “Facilitating Positive Musical Experiences for Families”.  Our director and her family have chosen music lessons as the tool to help their family develop talents and important qualities. Piano families at […]

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November Piano Recitals

We host four piano recitals per year at Utah Piano Conservatory: February, May, July, and November. Piano teachers work with and encourage students to prepare memorized, polished solos for recital performance. Performance in recitals is by nomination from piano teachers for students who are performance ready. This includes preparation in performance etiquette (entrance, introduction, performance, bow […]

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