She may be small, but she’s got it all! Nine year old Noah Kohl, a piano and violin student at Harris, is our March Student of the Month. Noah’s goals with piano lessons are to “become great” at piano and note reading. She’s making terrific progress! Her piano teacher, Mai Butler says, “Noah is such a motivated student who always impresses me by preparing for her lesson very well. Her dream is to be a concert pianist and she is working so hard to make her dream come true. Her upcoming debut solo piano recital will be a great first step for her journey.”
Yes, you read that correctly—Noah is preparing for a solo piano recital to be held this April. She’ll play about 25 minutes of her favorite music from lesson books, mostly from memory. That’s quite an accomplishment and we can’t wait to hear the result of her hard work!
Besides her dedication to music, Noah is also a fan of math and…chicken! Read more about our newest Student of the Month, and be sure to congratulate Noah when you see her around the studio.
More About Noah:
How long have you taken lessons?
Piano: 3 years
Violin: 6 months
What other instrument(s) do you play?
What are your favorite songs?
Just Give Me a Reason and Fur Elise
What other hobbies do you have besides music?
Petting cats, math, and shopping
What is your favorite food?
What are your favorite classes in school?
Math, reading, P.E., art
What are your goals with music lessons?
To become great at piano and note reading
What is something new and exciting you have learned in lessons lately?
Lots of classical songs
What is one of your favorite recital or performance memories?
My first recital with my friend
What is your favorite quote?
I may be small, but I’ve got it all!
What do you think is the best movie of all time?
Mr. Peabody and Sherman
What is a book everyone should read?
Eight Keys by Suzanne LaFleur
What is a little known fact about you?
That I’m half Albanian
Do you know any good jokes?
How do basketball players cool off at games?
By all their fans!