Beginner Piano for Kids with Melanie Mashner
About Beginner Piano for Kids with Melanie Mashner
In this course, students will explore the basics of the piano and learn to play songs using a variety of methods. Students will play music using piano finger numbers, letter names and standard music notation. Students can expect to take turns playing the exercises and music. I will model the tasks for the student and then students will get a turn individually to practice the concept.
Each week, children will:
- Review position and previous learning (if applicable)
- Learn a new melody
- Practice clapping rhythms
- Learn one new musical concept
Kids under 12
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Weekly 30-min sessions on Thursdays, at 4 pm ET | 1 pm PT | 20:00 UTC.
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Professional harpist Melanie Mashner is passionate about bringing joy to the people around her through music. Newly appointed as the Principal Harpist of the Carmel Symphony Orchestra, Melanie was the Graduate Assistant Instructor in Harp for the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music for the past two years, where she has worked and studied with renowned international concert artists Florence Sitruk, Susann McDonald, Elizabeth Hainen, Emile Naumouff, and many others. As a Global Leader Award recipient from the National Society of Leadership and Success, Melanie lived in Vienna, Austria for six months where she worked with Vienna Philharmonic Harpist, Anneleen Lenaerts, and was also recent...