I have been teaching music lessons since 1995, and for the last few years, I’ve been teaching writing classes as well.
For the longest time, I have wanted to give my studio a name, but have never been able to settle on anything that wasn’t already taken.
Last April, I came up with Crescenza Studio! I hope you all don’t think it’s too cheezy. 😉
So it’s the name of a kind of cheese, which is I guess why no other music studio uses the name, but I really love it. In Italian, it simply means “growth.”
Because we teach so many disciplines in our studio, and because it’s so close to the musical term, crescendo, I thought it was perfect!
And I don’t mind that it’s a cheese, because that just means that the other studios out there won’t want the name. So when people search “Crescenza Studio,” they’ll land firmly on our website. 🙂
Click here to see some of the exciting classes and workshops we’ve got planned for 2020!
And this just in: A few moments ago, in the middle of writing this post, I had a conversation with Kim Quon, one of the regional directors for FHE (Families for Home Education). On January 23rd, from 6:30-8:30, Kim is coming to Crescenza Studio to talk about college prep for homeschooled high-schoolers. I’m so excited to have our first guest in Crescenza’s classroom!
Let me know if you can make it!