Piano teacher Cheryl Wilker is using an array of digital and computer technology to make piano lessons more interactive, engaging and fun.
She can tell when a student doesn’t really have the motivation to practice, even if they do really want to play the piano, and believes her methods inspire greater creativity and commitment.
Her studio includes two Yamaha Clavinova digital pianos, four computers, and a host of music software.
She can teach in ways that just aren’t possible with acoustic pianos.
The software she uses can make learning music theory more entertaining.
She has also helped students to compose and publish their own music using the Finale music notation software.
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