Bee VS Moz

Beethoven versus Mozart–That’s the theme of this week’s post. I’ve been thinking a lot about Beethoven lately. Maybe it’s because he has a birthday coming up soon. He’ll be 250 years-old, I believe. And, Mozart has always been a ‘first love’ for me too. The cool thing about being a piano teacher is that I get to share these composers’ music with my students. It’s a Bee VS Moz kind of thing…some of my students prefer one over the other just because of the sound and the influence of their social media friends and family.

For instance, Fur Elise and Ode to Joy are my top two requests. And, for piano exam pieces, I usually get to teach Mozart. It’s fun!–I was so inspired by my students’ love of Beethoven and Mozart that I decided to create lattes named after both composers. I focused on the textures of their music to create the drinks. And, now I get to share these drinks on social media with my #coffeeculture and #musicmaking followers.

Just see for yourself on my Instagram page. I’ve posted photos of both lattes. The Beethoven one is a more mature mocha latte with classical charm, both dramatic and sweet. The Mozart drink is also mature but decidedly elegant with a combination of plant-based milks that keep the texture light, sweet, with a warm-spiced flavor attached to it. Bee VS Moz…which one will you choose? Let me know if you have any questions…

In the meantime, I’m inviting you to check out my availability this week online for coffee and conversation: consultation, discussion or lesson https://app.meethook.com/#/login.

Also, check out my new TikTok compilation. Special thanks to #rotorvideos. You’re invited!–I’m going to make a new video and I would like to have you in it. If you’d like to appear in the video, please contact me at crlpor67@gmail.com.

It’s all about you! You guys are the ones that keep me going. Thank you so much for your love and support. I really appreciate it. Remember, this week to make the best music you can make. I’ll see you again next week.

Peace, Love & Latte,

-C.

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