"By far the best music instructor in New Orleans." - Marla * * * * * * "Extremely professional, knowledgeable, efficient, and helpful. She brings out the best in me. I recommend her to students of all ages." - Lisa A. * * * * * "Deserves a sixth star... [out of five stars]." - Brian * * * * * "Having never studied music in any form, I'm impressed by how much I've already accomplished in my short time with her." - Emily H.

Piano and Voice Lessons

in New Orleans, LA

now, also offering

guitar, tuba, trumpet, trombone,

banjo, and accompanying.

Introduction

Welcome!  Have you ever dreamed of making music?  Impressing your friends?  Charming your loved ones?  Developing a lifelong hobby? The study of music can provide you with all these things and more. 


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 Approach

Our goal and our passion is to share the joy of making music with others.  We work hard to develop students as well-rounded musicians through the study of ear training, music theory, music history, and performance, all while keeping our students' goals and passions at the center of our lessons. 

We hope to help foster a lifelong love of music and help you have some plain fun.

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Some of my favorite TED Talks.

Some of my favorite TED Talks.

From time to time in lessons, I refer my students to watch Ted Talks that I think might help them with whatever they are struggling with.  Today, I am doing a quick round-up of a few of these talks, why I share them, and what a music student can learn from them.

1.  Hard Work is more important than talent

The Power of Believing That You Can Improve by Carol Dweck.

I most often share this Ted…

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Check out our YouTube Channel.  Below are some examples of students' successes.