A little about Girl in Blue Music
Make Connections Through Music
Girl in Blue Music offers courses, books, guides, and sheet music to help you achieve your dreams of making deep connections with others through music. At the piano surrounded by friends new and old or just talking about why your favorite music makes you feel the way it does.
We all have unique experiences with music, and Girl in Blue Music is all about digging into those and sharing those with others.
Grow as a Musician
Make playing feel physically good and easy, avoid injury, and overcome any physical barriers to expressing exactly what you wish and feel through the piano.
Learn what elements go into a piece of music: how each of these make us feel specific emotions and they interact and create patterns we subconsciously pick up on.
Explore the deep connections we make with each other through music. Learn about the memorization process, music cognition, and practice hacks.
About the Author
Amy King is a music theory and piano instructor currently residing in the Chicago area.
She holds a Master of Music in Music Theory and Cognition from Northwestern University (June 2020) and a Bachelor of Arts in Piano Performance and English Literature from High Point University (May 2016), where she received the Outstanding Senior Music Major Award, which is awarded to one single graduating music student per year.
Amy has been teaching private piano lessons for 12+ years, taught classroom music theory for 5 years, directed choirs spanning ages 4–25, led and arranged for a university a capella group, and composed and arranged music for various soloists and ensembles.