I couldn’t write my blog for a long time because I went back to Japan for one month.
I am very happy to be NYC now!
Below is continued of my music history.
I hope you will enjoy it!
1.My history of the piano – Part 2
At the same time I started to think about my future. I wanted to be a pianist,my hands were too small, so my teacher said “ You cannot be pianist.” I felt embarrassed but I found a good music college where I could learn many parts of music which like piano, singing, composition, improvisation and music movement.
After graduating, I worked at a music school while I learned singing at the most famous opera company in Japan. It was satisfying to teach music to children because I could feel their mind was grown up through music. It was very hard time teaching and singing in my twenties.
After I got married I worked harder than before. When my daughter was 3 years old and my son was 3 months, we moved to San Francisco for my husband’s work. I wanted to build my skills up more, so I got a certificate of from the international Dalcroze Euyrhythmics teacher at Juilliard School when we lived in S.F.
To be continued……..