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I recently came across a wonderful singer, songwriter Taryn Laronge and fell in love with her discribtive story telling so thought I would sit down with her to find out a bit more about this songtress — storyteller! I know...
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As many of you might know — Pardalis Studio is leading up the jazz nights in Whalley Surrey every Thursday. We are bringing art to the greater community. Together with the Penmar Community Arts Society, every Thursday @ 8 pm we...
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One thing that I’m always hearing from artists is – “I try to do projects but everyone is flaky.” Here’s some tips I’ve learn over the years …. 1. Get to know someone before working with him or her 2....
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Last month, a parent asked me why I am always trying to encourage my private students especially my younger students to join our different vocal group sessions and join their school choirs. Isn’t their private lessons enough? So first I...
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So there is a joke that many of Natalia Pardalis’ friends make – you need a job? Hiring someone? Selling a piano? Ask Natalia to post on her social media and someone in Natalia’s over 12 K followers will be...
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Hope everyone has been enjoying their summer– it’s has been a great summer but busy so not as much time to focus on blog writing but I wanted to finish up my summer practicing struggle series so here’s the blog...
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This past Saturday, I had the opportunity attend Music BC’s Alternative Funding Sources conference. They had selected a great panel: Benji Rogers, Jennifer Sullivan, and Josh Carr-Hilton. It was great watching and hearing these great professionals who inspire and teach artists that...
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I’m very excited to share my thoughts every Monday with the contestants of Cyber Academy but I believe that this show can beneficial for any inspiring artist On the first show, I talked about I believe is the 5 fundamentals...
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Pentatonic scales are fun ….. if you’re a pianist and you want to sound like you know what you’re doing …. play anything on the black keys and you’ll sound “cool” I’ll often have my little students play on the...
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