You Don’t Have To Be Einstein To Play An Instrument, Although He Did

For Albert Einstein, playing the piano and violin helped him relax, focus, and get back to his work. Einstein’s wife, Elsa once remarked, “I fell in love with Albert because he played Mozart so beautifully on the violin. He also plays the piano. Music helps him when he is thinking about his theories. He goes […]

The Best Keyboards to Learn Piano When You Don’t Have A Piano

We understand that not everyone has the space in their NYC apartment for a piano. In fact, one of the most asked questions we receive from parents is about our recommendations for quality keyboards for their children to begin piano lessons. Below, we have assembled our favorite starter keyboards in a variety of price ranges. […]

Building Pride and Confidence Through Music

Musication just wrapped up it’s end of the year music recitals which included over 80 students performing for family members, teachers, and friends. We saw our students beaming with pride and self confidence in not only their actual performance, but also with the practice and work they put into learning their pieces. We had 4 […]

A Parent + Child Introduction To Jazz

So you want your kid to be a Jazz aficionado but you know nothing about Jazz yourself? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. This week we present you with three great picture books about Jazz legends to introduce your child to Jazz AND we have also included CD recommendations for grownups wanting to familiarize themselves […]