This insider’s guide offers 10 holiday gift ideas, from silly to practical to beautiful, for the adult piano student or classical music nerd in your life.
Sharps and flats: music humor
The sooner you admit to being a full-on piano nerd, the sooner you can start to appreciate the unexpected benefits it brings to the rest of your life.
An adult piano student has detected an unintended consequence of her passion for piano: becoming a piano nerd. Here’s a list of the top 10 warning signs.
After an adult music student agrees to play a flute and piano duet with a friend, insecurities bubble up, especially when she learns of the expected tempo.
Flute lessons bring out the inner child in this adult music student, who’s jealous of the attention her teacher gives a blonde, seven-year-old star pupil.
An adult flutist has a secret: she never knew how to count music. After skating by in middle school band, she now adds logic and technique to her playing.
Nancy M. Williams declares rather than flowers or chocolates for Mother’s Day, she wants a concert grand piano, in this Sharps and Flats™ humor essay.
Sophia Efthimiatou stops at an eyebrow salon and is treated to live classical piano music: the salon’s owner has two pianos and practices two hours a day.