Issue 54 - March 2018
In this issue
Change: To Undergo Transformation, Transition, or Substitution
Kris Skaletski (on the cover) is back with the latest news from KiddyKeys. If you have ever considered working with preschoolers or if you are looking for camp ideas for 4 - 8 year olds, you will want to take time to read Change: To Undergo Transformation, Transition or Substitution.
2 Do's and a Don't for Running a Summer Camp
Are you looking for tips as you prepare your camps? Jennifer Foxx shares 2 Do's and a Don't for Running a Summer Camp. Jennifer has years of experience in offering camps in her studio and always has great advice.
Practicing Scales: Engaging Fingers and Brain
Michael Katz shares a unique way to practice scales this month in his column Play to Learn: Let's Play! Not only is what he proposes a potential challenge for your students, but it is also a great challenge for us as teachers. And finally you will find an idea that combines fresh fruit, yogurt and the freezer.
Review: Modulation in Classical Music for Young
If you are like me, you are always on the lookout for new resources and music to use in your studio. Gail Fischler is back with not one but two reviews in this issue: Review: Modulation in Classical Music for Young Musicians and Update! Indian Raags for Piano Made Easy, John Pitts. After reading her reviews I found myself very interested in adding both of these to my studio, perhaps you will feel the same.
What's New in Summer Camps
Whether you are looking for fresh camp material or just looking for material for your first camp, learn about some of the news camp curricula available in What's New in Summer Camps.