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My friend was so enthusiastic about the short Brain Gym class she went to that I decided to join her for a day-long class. I am 82 years old, and thought I might get tired and have to leave at noon, but I thought I’d give it a try. The morning went by before I knew it, and by the end of the day I felt revived, not tired, and my back felt better, too. Too bad I had to wait til this age to find out about Brain Gym!

G.F.
age 82, Peterborough

Piano Coaching

Me? Play Piano?!? — Piano coaching for teens, adults and seniors

“I’ve always wanted to play.”
“They made me practice. Now I wish…..but I’m too old.”
“I wish I could play by ear.”
“I want to read music and do theory.”

  • Tailored to YOUR interests & pace.
  • Traditional and innovative approaches.
  • Specializing in performance prep and overcoming stage fright
  • Rejuvenate your brain while exploring your musical nature.
  • Flexible scheduling.
  • Telephone lessons (?!!) Call to inquire.
  • Contact Linda for more information and your free get-acquainted session.

Linda S. Clark, B.Mus., musical resumé

  • Bachelor of Music degree, with Honors, majoring in piano, University of Texas at Austin
  • Over 30 years teaching experience, both privately and at Cleveland State University, Cleveland Institute of Music, and The Music School at Rivers, Weston, Massachusetts
  • Principal keyboard artist: Corpus Christi, Austin, and Cambridge Civic Symphony Orchestras
  • Pianist and/or music director for Peterborough Theatre Guild musicals (2005, 2006)
  • Regular band member and band leader for the Peterborough English Country Dancers
  • Musical Director, since 2007, of Resonance, the choir of the Unitarian Fellowship of Peterborough
  • Musical Director, since 2012, of the Lakefield Singers
  • Since 1990, a Brain Gym(r) and Touch for Health instructor, with enhanced understanding of optimal teaching and learning practices
  • Local references available
For more information, and a complementary introductory lesson, contact Linda here