Hey y'all!--This is CMajor. I'm inviting you to tune in for our brand new Sunday Morning Service. It's a way to unleash some of the music that CMajor's played her whole entire life as a musician. It's also a way to stay connected to you during these uncertain times in our nation's history. The CBTS team is trying to reach you with a new podcasting schedule using our Spreaker platform. We'll also provide forms for you to fill out so we can learn more about you online as we go. So look for those very soon. And, we're excited to announce our first lesson on TED-Ed. Mosey on over there if you care to LESSON ON FAINT MEMORY
Thank you. Love to you all. See you online again soon. - C.
Today, March 8th, marks International Women's Day. How are you celebrating?! March is off to an interesting start. Did you remember to move your clocks forward to Daylight Saving Time? I hope you did. If you tuned in to CBTS (CMajor Before The Show) and CRS (the CMajor Radio Show) you know that we are concerned about music making and wellness. Among the shoutouts, I also mentioned that we would talk about ways to keep healthy during this global coronavirus scare. Be well.
We also mentioned that there are some books titles that we would like to share with you:
Life is Good The Book - How to Live With Purpose & Enjoy the Ride Essential Dictionary of Music - Definitions Composers Theory Instrument & Vocal Ranges Please let us know if you need any further information. We'd be happy to share what we have. Keep well, everyone! Hope to see you next weekend on the podcasts. We're aiming to talk about "playing with nails" and "nail playing". It's inspired by my students who insist on wearing long fingernails and not clipping them or clipping them and then installing temporary and/or permanent long nail tips. Sigh!--what's a piano teacher to do? Nothing...I love all of my students to pieces and I'll especially shout-out the ones who challenge their music making techniques and make it their own.
For a fun music exercise this week, try to read and learn more about your favorite women instrumentalists, singers and composers. I have a list. I won't share it at this time, but I love reading about women who began their piano concert careers in the early twentieth century. It's so inspiring to me. Be inspired. Keep well. See you soon. Take care.
Peace & Love,
-C. (Re-posted from our blog: Women & Music
Listen and look for new opportunities to get your music making out there. Listen to our podcast. Have confidence in your ability to make music with others. You'll be great! See you soon. Thank you for listening.
Stay tuned for more music fun and funny moments in music-making. Thank you for continuing to listen to the podcasts. We'll have tickets, recordings and merchandise to offer this year---at least that's the plan. Thank you to the CMajor street teams and co-promoters. See you all again soon! Thank you again.
It's Merry Christmas month--December! We hope that you are having a happy time during the holiday season. We are announcing tickets for CMajor's 2020 Performance. See this link for more details. Tickets to CMajor's 2020 Performance
Happy November!--Please feel free to connect with CMajor through additional social media. Thanks to Spreaker for CMajor Before The Show now available on Deezer. Have a great Thanksgiving everyone!
As we come to the close of our 'chords for students' discussions, we ask you to consider becoming more curious about chord progressions. Starting in 2020, you can expect more chord progressions and more diverse topics for your music making. We're excited for you! Continue to make the best music you can make. We'll see you on the podcasts.
Happy October and PSL season! Hope to see you all soon. Thank you for checking out our podcast. CMajor Before The Show