Boston Voice Lessons

On March 24, 2017, I had the privilege of interviewing Kelly Zhang, one of our highly-trained singing teachers who teaches Boston Voice Lessons in our Brookline, Lexington, and West Newton locations. Kelly, or Yuxi, as she is known in her native China, graduated from Shenzhen University and the Longy Conservatory of Music. Although she is […]

The Benefits of Voice Lessons

Are you interested in taking voice lessons? Perhaps your son or daughter is very musical and you were thinking about enrolling him or her in voice lessons at the local music school around the corner! As a classical violinist and the director of the Maestro Musicians Academy in Boston and Baltimore, I have been blessed […]

Flight of the Bumblebee

This is part 13 in Maestro Musicians Academy‚Äôs Series on classical music for children. It is designed to be read as a story. Why not read it to them before bedtime and show them the videos that follow? Did you know that music can describe sounds in nature? A Russian composer whose name was Nikolai […]

Hoe Down

This is part 12 in Maestro Musicians Academy’s Series on classical music for children. It is designed to be read as a story. Why not read it to them before bedtime and show them the video that follows? Have you ever been square-dancing? Perhaps you have heard of a hoedown? What is a square dance […]

Learn to Play the Lute

Have you ever wanted to learn to play the lute? This contemporarily rare, but historically popular instrument comes straight to us from the Medieval to late Baroque time periods. Often associated with folklore and ancient music, the lute is one of the most majestic plucked, stringed instruments. It was introduced to Europe by the Moors […]

The Year in Review – 2016

Dear readers, Time is marching on and 2016 is almost at a close! I must admit that it does not at all seem like January is almost here, as it feels more like a “race to the finish” to get lots of things done before the holidays. Nonetheless, I thought it would be great to […]