All posts by: Natalia Pardalis

Sometimes students ask me why I put so much importance in understanding history behind the music when learning new material. “I just want to learn the song,” I’ll hear  or sometimes parents will ask me why we are watching videos...
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Pardalis Studio’s 1st Annual Canadian Music Week Concert was a huge success. The highlight of the evening was Richard Tichleman who charmed us with two original songs. He also shared with us some of his thoughts of Canadian Music and...
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As Pardalis Studio prepares for our Canada Music Week Concert (Sunday Nov 26th @ 7 pm The Sanctuary in Brentwood 1600 Delta Ave Burnaby), it has been an eye opening experience researching Canadian Music and understanding the driving forces behind...
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Canadian Music Week Concert Many of our students are getting ready for our Canadian Music Week Concert. Although the other concert fell through, Brentwood Presbyterian Church saved the day by offering their wonderful sound space for us to use. It...
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In the past few weeks, a recurring scenario seems to be happening with Canadian Artists that I connect with …..                                                    Great product but it hasn’t moved since they released it. Hardly any views on youtube, haven’t sold any or...
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Before I started writing a blog — I use to use notes on FB for my blog (does anyone still use those) I went through today looking for something and found this one! It was a great one so thought...
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  What are we up to this Fall Semester? Musical Theatre Class Our musical theatre class has started in Sept. The youngsters have been having a lot of fun learning basic ballet technique for form and learning about musicals. They...
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Our CEO/owner Natalia Pardalis has just released a new music video. It is part of her album I’m in love with Fairytales. It is a fantasy based music video which explores society’s obsession with romance and gender roles.  Natalia Pardalis...
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  Practicing …. Is practicing your instrument happen just at your instrument? I remember reading how Glenn Gould said he got to the point where he didn’t have to practice? Was he really not practicing? No, it meant that he...
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