Online Resources
Music Resources

General Information

   Is My Child Ready for Piano Lessons? -PianoCentralStudios.Com

   The Truth About Piano Lessons -Karen Berger

   Frequently Asked Questions -PianoTeachers.Com


Practice Tips

   8 Things Top Practicers Do Differently -The Creativity Post


Here is a list of websites to find music at various levels.

- Piano Adventures - this is the main method series I use

- Piano Pronto - this is a secondary method I use but they also offer many solo pieces incluing some free resources

- MakingMusicFun.Net - good resource for free sheet music separated by level

- GMajorMusicTheory.Org - new free songs released every month for various levels


Joy Tunes

   -Piano Maestro

   -Dust Buster

Flashnote Derby

Ear Trainer

- SusanParadis.Com - very simple seasonal songs by finger number and five finger scale

- GMajorMusicTheory.Org - various levels of free Christmas sheet music

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"Julie has all the ideal characteristics for a piano teacher.  She is kind, encouraging, and has a high level of patience for younger students.  We love her!" - R.T.,  Crestwood

"We have had lessons with Julie for the last 3 years starting with our oldest and now for three of our kids. She is patient, flexible on scheduling lessons and adapts her teaching style according to the kids' various abilities and ages. The kids enjoy playing in the semi-annual recitals and we enjoy that the focus is making piano fun and not (necessarily) perfection. We can't wait to sign our youngest up to begin lessons!"  - A.F., Saint Louis

"Miss Julie is awesome!  My two sons love her.  She is very calm and expects hard work; but, knows how to have fun, also.  I have been impressed with how she is able to work with both of my sons with two very different learning styles."  - B.H., Crestwood