Published Articles by Susan Pascale:
A Lion Mother Roars
How to find a great music teacher for your child
Is Your Child Ready for Music Lessons?
How Young is too Young?
Playing For Life - How to Keep a Child Engaged in Music Lessons From Early Childhood Through Teens
Susan Pascale is a musician, teacher, entrepreneur, visual artist, mother and wife. She is the founder and director of the Los-Angeles-based South Pasadena Strings Program, a nationally-acclaimed program which teaches piano, violin, cello, guitar, viola, flute, clarinet and voice to preschoolers through adults . She is also the creator of the KinderPiano® and KinderStrings® system. Her award-winning Children's and Youth string orchestras have appeared on television, and she was honored on the nationally-syndicated Larry Elder show as a 'hero' for her work in youth music education. She teaches seminars, workshops to music educators and parents as well as students. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org, or at 626-403/4611, in Southern California.
Interviews with Susan Pascale
Eye on LA, 2007
Your LA, 2007
Larry Elder Show
Ms. Pascale is happy to be interviewed by the media on subjects relating to music, children and entrepreneurship, including:
- Is my child ready for music lessons?
- How to find a great music teacher.
- How young is too young?
- How to start a children’s orchestra.
- How to get your child to Carnegie Hall.
- From tot to teen: The making of a musician
- Learn to play the violin in 14
- How to motivate kids to practice.
- To buy or not to buy (musical instruments)
- Adult onset music lessons: Do’s and Don’ts
- Working mothers, women in business, entrepreneurship