In late August, 2022, I tested positive for COVID-19. This brief video outlines my experience with the illness, my symptoms, and the impact it had upon my piano performance post-illness. The video concludes with three considerations I suggest for those teaching students returning to the piano after being ill with COVID.
Author Archives: kennithfreeman
Music for One Hand
Find Time for Listening
Dreamweaver by Jennifer Eklund – January 10, 2022 resource review
Piano Duets and Ensembles for Elementary & Intermediate Students
Elementary Repertoire: Rocherolle and McKibben
November 8, 2021: Discoveries (1989) by Eugenie R. Rocherolle and Animal Antics (2020) by Tracey Craig McKibben. Both books are available from Kjos Music Company.
Halloween Performance Party Review
Hello, fellow piano teachers! I realize that I am posting a little later than usual this week, but I am still in the process of tying up loose ends from yesterday afternoon’s recital. All in all, it was a huge success! Students performed well in the main auditorium on campus, student teachers rose to theContinue reading “Halloween Performance Party Review”
Resource Review – Scales, Sight Reading, and Popular Hits (Oh My!)
Resource Review – Amy Beach’s Children’s Album, Op. 36
Resource Review – Gedicke’s 25 Easy Pieces (Op. 58)
A copy of Gedicke Op. 58 is available on IMSLP.