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With most Hongkongers staying home to help stop the spread of the deadly coronavirus, Ming’s Piano lost 70 per cent of its normal operating profit during its worst month in February since the outbreak started in the city. But the music instruction centre recently managed to get some students in front of carefully sterilised keyboards in mobile classrooms made by loading pianos onto special trucks.

The centre’s first “piano truck” hit the road on February 20, 2020, and since then two... See More

With most Hongkongers staying home to help stop the spread of the deadly coronavirus, Ming’s Piano lost 70 per cent of its normal operating profit during its worst month in February since the outbreak started in the city. But the music instruction centre recently managed to get some students in front of carefully sterilised keyboards in mobile classrooms made by loading pianos onto special trucks.

The centre’s first “piano truck” hit the road on February 20, 2020, and since then two others have been rolled out to reach students across Hong Kong. The company is now looking ahead to a post-pandemic future, and planning to keep the trucks moving for the convenience of their students.

#covid19 #coronavirus #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #StayAtHome #mobile #parent #teacher #lesson

Pianist plays concert for her neighborhood in an effort to lift morale during coronavirus outbreak. California neighbors gather at a distance on balconies and in driveways to listen and sing along.

Date of Performance: Mar 17, 2020

#covid19 #coronavirus #SocialDistancing... See More

Pianist plays concert for her neighborhood in an effort to lift morale during coronavirus outbreak. California neighbors gather at a distance on balconies and in driveways to listen and sing along.

Date of Performance: Mar 17, 2020

#covid19 #coronavirus #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #StayAtHome #performing #live

Lark Knowles had to do everything she could to keep it together.

The San Clemente musician is a trained dueling pianist, an artist who knows how to keep the crowd engaged and entertained – but this moment was unlike any she had experienced.

Neighbors slowly trickled from their houses to watch and listen as her voice belted down the quaint street, her performance done from her driveway.

Some brought out chairs and blankets and glasses of wine. Other watched from their... See More

Lark Knowles had to do everything she could to keep it together.

The San Clemente musician is a trained dueling pianist, an artist who knows how to keep the crowd engaged and entertained – but this moment was unlike any she had experienced.

Neighbors slowly trickled from their houses to watch and listen as her voice belted down the quaint street, her performance done from her driveway.

Some brought out chairs and blankets and glasses of wine. Other watched from their balconies or the tailgate of their truck.

#covid19 #coronavirus #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #StayAtHome #performing #live

There are many articles on Covid-19 Singapore Government reliefs, but none are written for music teachers.

“What reliefs can I get?”
“How to apply?”
“Do I qualify or not?”

#covid19 #coronavirus #SocialDistancing... See More

There are many articles on Covid-19 Singapore Government reliefs, but none are written for music teachers.

“What reliefs can I get?”
“How to apply?”
“Do I qualify or not?”

#covid19 #coronavirus #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #StayAtHome #SGUnited #support #finance

[Latest Update]
- "Face-to-face tuition, music lessons, dance classes, sports training and other such activities will all be put on hold."

[Piano Teachers]
- Subscribe to our "Piano Teacher Support Group" WhatsApp Broadcast to receive the latest information about the COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) affecting your teaching and more.
- https://www.thepiano.sg/teacher/whatsapp

... See More

[Latest Update]
- "Face-to-face tuition, music lessons, dance classes, sports training and other such activities will all be put on hold."

[Piano Teachers]
- Subscribe to our "Piano Teacher Support Group" WhatsApp Broadcast to receive the latest information about the COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) affecting your teaching and more.
- https://www.thepiano.sg/teacher/whatsapp

#covid19 #coronavirus #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #StayAtHome #SGUnited #parent #teacher #PianoTeachers #lesson #support

A Russian pianist has played to an empty concert hall with the hope to support those in isolation during the coronavirus pandemic.

The event was backed by the Russian Ministry of Culture, seeing musician Denis Matsuev play out to empty seats during a live broadcast of his show at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, in Moscow, on Friday.

The country has been advised to suspend public events due to Covid-19, but that hasn’t stopped the 44-year-old from trying to bring joy to those... See More

A Russian pianist has played to an empty concert hall with the hope to support those in isolation during the coronavirus pandemic.

The event was backed by the Russian Ministry of Culture, seeing musician Denis Matsuev play out to empty seats during a live broadcast of his show at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, in Moscow, on Friday.

The country has been advised to suspend public events due to Covid-19, but that hasn’t stopped the 44-year-old from trying to bring joy to those stuck indoors.

#covid19 #coronavirus #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #StayAtHome #DenisMatsuev #Tchaikovsky #concert #performing

Over the past few days, everyone around me seems to have caught on to Zoom, the Silicon Valley–based videoconferencing software company.

My elementary school–age kids are using it to keep in touch with their teachers while their school is shut down, and my septuagenarian aunt, under orders to “shelter in place” in the San Francisco Bay Area, reported that her weekly piano lessons will now take place over Zoom as well (as she marveled via text message: “Zoom—who knew?”).

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Over the past few days, everyone around me seems to have caught on to Zoom, the Silicon Valley–based videoconferencing software company.

My elementary school–age kids are using it to keep in touch with their teachers while their school is shut down, and my septuagenarian aunt, under orders to “shelter in place” in the San Francisco Bay Area, reported that her weekly piano lessons will now take place over Zoom as well (as she marveled via text message: “Zoom—who knew?”).

#covid19 #coronavirus #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #StayAtHome #zoom #lesson #teacher #parent

Due to the public health crisis caused by COVID-19, Juilliard has taken the unprecedented step of going to remote learning for the rest of the semester and all public performances and activities have been canceled through May 23.

Our decision to take these actions is guided by the recommendations of our local and national government and health authorities.

By following the social distancing policies that are being put in place around the world, we will do our part to limit the... See More

Due to the public health crisis caused by COVID-19, Juilliard has taken the unprecedented step of going to remote learning for the rest of the semester and all public performances and activities have been canceled through May 23.

Our decision to take these actions is guided by the recommendations of our local and national government and health authorities.

By following the social distancing policies that are being put in place around the world, we will do our part to limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

#covid19 #coronavirus #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #StayAtHome #Juilliard

The Orchestra at The Phantom Of The Opera in London saw a Tweet from Andrew Lloyd Webber playing “All I Ask Of You” from isolation.

As a response to this, every member of the orchestra individually contributed a video, audio or photo from isolation to show their support and respect for Andrew.

#covid19 #coronavirus... See More

The Orchestra at The Phantom Of The Opera in London saw a Tweet from Andrew Lloyd Webber playing “All I Ask Of You” from isolation.

As a response to this, every member of the orchestra individually contributed a video, audio or photo from isolation to show their support and respect for Andrew.

#covid19 #coronavirus #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #StayAtHome #AndrewLloydWebber #orchestra #phantom #musical #PhantomOfTheOpera