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Amy’s secret letter is a fun extension of everything that makes her blog a treasure – a vibrant life, devotion to excellent teaching, and a constant quest for the best resources available for music teachers. You’re always sure to find some gem that you can explore or use in your studio! -Natalie Weber
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Amy never fails to deliver likable resources and ideas. Her “secret letter” always inspires me to reflect on what’s working (and not working) in my own studio life.
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I’m a piano teacher from small-town Indiana who has a passion for teaching, cooking, and organizing.
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