Studio Recitals

August 23, 2014 Our 2014 Winter Concert has been scheduled!  We are set to take the stage at LaMonte Hall at the Evergreens in Moorestown on Sunday December 14th.  The concert will begin at 2:30 and students should plan to arrive between 1:15 and 1:30 for a brief chance to re-warm your fingers.  Students are.. read more →

Congratulations Sight Reading Challengers!

Congratulations Sight Reading Challengers!! Below are the students who have completed the November/December 2013 Studio Sight Reading Challenge. Special congrats to Bharat E. and Sriram E. who were the first to turn in their completed sheets!                            (It’s not too late to have your.. read more →

Happy New Year and Welcome Back!

What’s New?  A lot!! You know you love your job when you’re “vacation” time turns into a 2 week long extravaganza of planning, creating, organizing, song hunting and practicing, and you don’t mind one bit! Thankfully, instead of throwing a fit that our living room has become my glorified organization and activity work zone,  by husband.. read more →

Amber Staffa in concert for The American Cancer Society

On the weekend of November 23rd and 24th, I will be giving a short concert at Jacob’s Music of Cherry Hill in order to raise money for the American Cancer Society.    Please come out and support the cause!!  I hope to see as many students there as possible! Tickets are $10 for adults over.. read more →

Holiday party time! Need a pianist?

When opportunity knocks, we answer! When they are of legal age to work, studio members qualify to be part of our cocktail hour/accompanist program. This year we have two students who have taken the plunge and have been hard at work learning masses of holiday tunes. I proudly commend them for their participation because commitment.. read more →

Let the Recording Begin!

We are VERY excited about the studio’s new addition. As of 2013, thanks to the help of one of our studio parents, Allen Hite of Spark One Productions, the baby grand that students play is now recording friendly! Students love it, I love it- who wouldn’t? Now that we’ve experimented with it a good amount,.. read more →