Lindsay M. Brazell

Educator, Musician, Creative

Lindsay's Blog

Just your everyday blog about nothing in particular.

Music Education

Articles written on various topics in music education.

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Recent Posts

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Music teachers need creative outlets too! While there are certainly days where I wish I was the musician or the composer after work, I am perfectly fine being the chef! The topping for the chicken came from this little recipe here: We had it on...

Surviving March: 4 Ways I Stayed Healthy and Sane

At the beginning of March I posted a sign on our classroom door that said, “WELCOME TO MARCH MADNESS, AND NO, WE’RE NOT TALKING ABOUT BASKETBALL!” Every major event in our choir world happened in March, which at the beginning of the semester I jokingly described how...

The Similarities Between Educators and SNL Cast Members

I always joke with people saying, “If teaching doesn’t work out, my back-up job is a cast member on Saturday Night Live.” It’s a bit unrealistic and fantastical, especially since I’m not very good at memorizing lines and you know, the whole not having prepared for a...

Instagram Photo of the Day

Finally a day where I come home from work at a normal hour and can spend time in this spot. I haven’t done anything remotely creative in a month, and starting some new music this evening has boosted my spirits. Would love to have enough material to do a second...

My Top 3 Favorite Piano Resources

[Photo Credit:] I have been teaching piano privately for several years, and have recently been teaching a semester-long elective piano class at my school. Both environments have their advantages and disadvantages, but I...

Instagram Photo of the Day

My favorite way to go to work…jeans and TOMS! I get that jeans are slightly unprofessional, but sometimes I think I do my best work in them. And I think it’s important for students to see you are a normal human with real-people clothes, and that you are...