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I am a busy wife and mother with 3 kids, a new business and many interests. I am newly married to a classical pianist, composer/arranger, recording artist, and scholar (just to name a few). We are conveniently located between the cities of St. Joseph and Kansas City, Missouri. I am so privileged to be starting a “new life” at the age of 44 and to be a part of and work alongside my husband. You can learn more about latest piano reviews by visiting the website at https://newpiano.xyz/. Here you can view the services that we offer such as piano lessons, digital piano reviews, and music publishing.
Prior to being a part of mother, I worked for a major Fortune 500 company for 17 years and also worked for my first piano teacher Mrs. Eileen Mattioli for 20 years at her school (Mattioli School of Music and Arts) located in Saint Petersburg Beach, Florida. I owe Mrs. Mattioli much credit for introducing me to teaching and giving me the opportunity to learn from her and teach under her at her school. She has been a close friend and mentor to me for all of my adult life. Not to mention, she was my very first piano teacher from the ages of 5-18 years old.
In addition to my years of working, I have been attending college off and on. (More on than off). Up to a year ago, I’ve even managed to obtain a years worth of PhD studies in Psychology. In the first half of my college years, I was immersed heavily into piano performance/music. The second half of my college years entailed business related studies and human behavior. I currently have degrees in piano performance/pedagogy, marketing, and a master’s degree in psychology. Anyone who truly knows me knows that I have a continuous love for learning that fluctuates, but always comes back to music. Other music teachers that have been very influential to me is Professor Larry McCann (Saint Petersburg College), Dr. Averill Summer (USF-Tampa), and Mrs. Christine Hartley for piano, violin, and most recently cello.
This will be an open forum for piano/music lessons, Literature, books, historic homes, and even food. Every now and again I have an urge to cook some of the authentic Syrian food that my grandmother “Lulu” and my Aunt Mary would make.
I wish for anyone reading or subscribing to this blog will find inspiration to pull out any dormant or undiscovered dream.
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