5 COMMON CONCERNS ABOUT ATTENDING CURIOUS LIVE

Are you thinking about attending Curious Live but just have a few concerns? We get it. We understand that it’s a big commitment of your money and time. You need to know that you are going to get full value out of the day. It’s not just how much it’s going to cost. Maybe you’re […]

Curious Live – a Conference with a twist

Happy New Year everyone! The start of the new month and year finds both Sharon and me cracking on with plans for our Curious LIVE events in February. We have been thrilled with the take-up of tickets so far and thank you to those of you who have plunged right in! There are just 9 […]

FLICK THROUGH OUR 2017 DIARY

It’s 3 sleeps to Christmas. At CURIOUS HQ we’re winding down – and we hope you are too! This morning Sally and I have been flicking through our diaries to remind ourselves of the curious happenings of 2017. Take a look with us below… Sharon Mark-Teggart & Sally Cathcart – Co-Founders of The Curious Piano […]

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GET YOUR TICKET FOR CURIOUS LIVE – REDEFINING EXPECTATIONS!

Curious LIVE Redefining Expectations is now open for registration. YAY! We can announce with confidence that the cakes are all on order and Ed the Curious Elephant has cleared his diary so that he can join us all in Oxford. Plus, his Irish cousin will be attending the Belfast event. Well, you know us, we […]

TIDO: MAKING MUSICAL CONNECTIONS

We​ ​know​ ​that​ ​digital​ ​resources​ ​will​ ​never​ ​replace​ ​a​ ​great​ ​teacher​ ​–​ ​but​ ​digital resources, such as Tido, ​can​ ​transform the​ ​way​ ​you​ ​teach​ ​and​ ​the​ ​way​ ​students​ ​learn.​ ​ This week we have invited Jo at Tido to tell you more! Jo writes… Many​ ​of​ ​you​ ​will​ ​have​ ​heard​ ​of​ ​Tido​ ​and​ ​tried​ ​out​ […]

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CURIOUS LIVE – 5 REASONS TO ATTEND

Last week we asked you on Facebook what you thought we should call our Curious Live events in February 2018. It was a close run thing but Redefining Expectations (which was also our own preference) just came ahead of the others. So Redefining Expectations it is! You might be wondering why you should invest the […]

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IMPROVISATION – IN A NUTSHELL

It’s sad to say but we’ve come to the end of The Curious Improvisation Symposium!  This final blog of the series summarises, with links, all that we have covered previously. Thank You! First of all we’d like to say a HUGE thank you to our 12 contributors: Andrew Higgins, Bradley Sowash, Carol Matz, Christopher Norton, […]

ANNOUNCING CURIOUS LIVE!

I know – it’s Tuesday not Friday! But we’ve got some very exciting news to share and Friday just couldn’t wait. Sharon and I are delighted to announce that The Curious Piano Teachers are going ‘live’ in the UK and Ireland in February. What’s even more thrilling is that this is going to be a […]

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Improvisation – the experts share top resources

‘What are your top resources for improvisation?’ This was the question we asked our symposium contributors for this, the penultimate week of The Curious Improvisation Symposium. We really wanted them to share some of their own resources as well as some of their favourite books and ideas. They have all come up trumps and you’ll […]

HOW DO YOU EAT AN ELEPHANT?

How do you eat an elephant? It’s a question that we often pose at The Curious Piano Teachers. It’s also the reason why Ed the elephant travels everywhere with us – along with elephant sweets! The answer is of course that you start with one bite at a time. Some folks might start with the […]