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Reply JosephDum
9:28 PM on August 10, 2018 
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Reply Magenlib
10:58 AM on August 10, 2018 
Reply Vicky Mackerman
9:32 PM on July 3, 2018 
I'm enjoying teaching Summer Session 2018! It may be hot outside, but we're cool and comfy inside! If you're thinking of taking piano lessons, Summer Session is a good way to "dip your toes" into the music before Fall Session begins September 4. But if you or your child would rather start in the Fall, I'd love to talk with you by phone: 651-645-7753, or drop me an email at [email protected] Hope to meet you soon!
Reply Bruce Berr
1:24 PM on April 23, 2013 
Good looking website, Vicky!
Reply Vicky Mackerman
7:08 PM on October 19, 2011 
Halloween is nigh! Time for a Halloween Playathon. Students are encouraged to wear costumes as they play Halloween solos and duets. Playathons held on Oct. 26, 27 and 30. S-p-o-o-k-y!!!
Reply Vicky Mackerman
1:22 PM on August 3, 2011 
Check out my new article on : "The Advantages of Studio Music Lessons as Compared to In-Home Lessons," (see menu to left). Jot any comments you may have here.
Reply Cleo Rank
5:45 PM on September 8, 2010 
Hi Vicky, this website is really cool!
Cleo
Reply Kristi McNellis
7:43 PM on September 5, 2010 
Hi Vicky!
What a beautiful website! I love the photos as they add a nice personal touch. Hope to see you soon!
Kristi
Reply Vicky Mackerman
2:31 PM on September 3, 2010 
I believe that when it comes to learning, no matter what the subject, that interest in the subject is the key motivator to success. It doesn't matter how quickly or or long it takes to figure out how to play piano well. All that matters is that the student enjoys it while he/she is pursuing it.
Reply Arsena Ianeva-Lockney
12:21 AM on September 3, 2010 
After defending my dissertation, I seriously thought about what I really want to do in life. I have always wanted to play the piano, but considered myself musically challenged. So, the first question that I asked Vicky was: Would you agree to teach a middle-aged absolute beginner who is possibly tone-deaf? I failed to mention (or didn't know it at the time) that I have difficulties following instructions and cannot do assignments in chronological order.
Taking lessons and getting to know Vicky is one the best aspects in my Minnesotan life. I realized that learning a new skill requires a lot of repetition and this has made me more tolerant as a teacher (I teach German and Norwegian.) Vicky has been infinitely patient and has guided my progress with consideration for the most important thing - the joy of learning.