Our CD recording session was held on April 12th at one of the professional recording studios at the Times Square! We will upload our student`s achievements soon!
Please check for updates on our upcoming Piano Recital! It will be held on June 14th from 6:00-8:00 pm at the Advent Lutheran Church at 2504 Broadway. Please come for our free reception and lots of fun!
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Dear Students, Parents and Friends,
I am happy to announce the date of our upcoming Xmas recital! It will take place on Friday December 14th at the beautiful Advent Lutheran Church at 2504 Broadway and 93rd Street. Here is the schedule of the event:
6.00-6.15 – reception
6.15-7.30 – recital (starts promptly at 6.15pm)
7.30-7.40 – special guest-performer
7.40-8.00 – closing ceremony and reception
Everyone is invited to come and support us, its free of charge! Looking forward to see you there!
Here is an example where a student (Eliana 5 y.o.) is being taught to listen attentively to the musical texture of the one-voice melody and to obtain not only an exact realization of the musical text and its correct phrasing, but also an intelligent reproduction of the content of the piece and its musical character. Here are a few words on how it can be done in six steps: Step 1 – learn the words of the song. If student is unable to remember the whole line of the words the song should be subdivided into short phrases and read in sections. Step 2 - read the words of the song while clapping the rhythm (with help of a teacher). Step 3 - find “long” words/sounds of the song. Step 4 – read the words again while clapping the rhythm and making stops on the long words. Step 5 – try to sing song with tune (while clapping the rhythm). When singing it is vital to have clear intonation as well as musical expression and rythmical accuracy (teacher plays song on the piano, helps siging it during the exercise, uses Kodaly hand signs method). Step 6 - sing and play by ear.
Please listen to the recordings our students made at “The Smooth Spot” studio located at the Times Square! It was a very rewarding experience for our young performers!
“The Smooth Spot” Recording Studio and Entertainment in New York City provides affordable high-quality audio and video demo and other recording services.
We invite everyone to record achievements on CD or DVD which could be a college application, a birthday, anniversary or other special event gift! If you register for a semester with New York Piano School you get this RECORDING SESSION FOR FREE!
Michael -recording engineer
track 1 - Bach Invention
track 2 - Czerny Etude