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  • Sheet Music by Students for Students
    What can I say?  I feel like the luckiest piano teacher alive!   Lately, my studio seems to be bursting  at the seams with creative talent.  This summer, a number of my students caught the composition bug (Luckily, there is no fever or cough involved!) and these kids show no signs of slowing down yet.  […]
  • Reopening Plan
    On September 8th, 2020 the studio will reopen for in-person lessons.  As you might expect, things will not quite be business as usual!  You can find the studio’s reopening plan below, (mobile users please click here) which includes an outline of the studio’s health and safety provisions and practices, as well as important guidelines for students and their visitors. Due […]
  • Student Composers– Nocturne by Ryan Skelly
    Welcome to the dark side! If you’re a night owl like me, then it’s hard to resist the allure of a nocturne. If you’re not familiar with the genre, a nocturne is a musical composition that is evocative of the night. Beautiful, mysterious, and a bit eerie, it’s no wonder the form was favored by composers like Frédéric Chopin
  • Kid Composer Showcase
    On my fun-o-meter scale, few things can top playing music written by my own students! Well, maybe hearing them come up with the titles for their pieces is a close second. I still chuckle every time I think about “Between the Trucks” or “Narwhals at Nighttime: Inspired by the Strangeness of Narwhals!”
  • Digital Store Coming Soon!
    I’ve been hard at work designing new digital resources to make remote music lessons fun and engaging. These comic book flashcards will make singing solfege the best part of any lesson. Going on sale soon!!! Stay tuned for more. 🦸‍♀️⚡️
  • Guidelines for Remote Lessons
    Due to the business restrictions currently in place, all lessons will be conducted remotely via Skype until further notice. Read on to learn more about making the switch to remote lessons. General Information Use the link provided in your weekly reminder email to access the chat for your Skype Lesson. You may also access the […]


  • I like piano lessons because it makes me feel satisfied when I do a good job.  Ms. Chelsea makes piano feel not too hard and not too easy.  I wish she would be able to have more lessons with me!

    Eliza, Age 7

  • Piano is fun!  I really love coming to piano because I can learn anything.  Someday I’m going to buy my own piano and play music and teach other kids.  Mrs. Chelsea is the best teacher!

    Addison, Age 5

  • I like piano lessons because I have one eye and piano helps me with my depth perception.  Ms. Chelsea always says nice things about me and she is so encouraging.

    Patience, Age 8