Thursday, December 29, 2016

How the Stethoscope Was Invented | Moments of Vision 7 - Jessica Oreck

The stethoscope is the single most widely used medical instrument in the world. But where did the idea come from? In the seventh installment of our ‘Moments of Vision’ series, Jessica Oreck shares the modest origins of this incredibly useful item.

Lesson and animation by Jessica Oreck.

Monday, December 26, 2016

The Scientific Benefits of Music

Did you know that listening to music is good for you? This is our science fact of the day and it is all about listening to your favorite tunes!

Friday, December 23, 2016

This Is What a $45 Million Viola Sounds Like | The New York Times

David Aaron Carpenter plays Suite No. 3 in C by Johann Sebastian Bach on a Stradivari viola that had a starting price of $45 million at an auction at Sotheby's.

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Can You Solve the Airplane Riddle? - Judd A. Schorr

Professor FukanĊ, the famous scientist, has embarked on a new challenge – piloting around the world in a plane of his own design. There’s just one problem: there's not enough fuel to complete the journey. Luckily, there are two other planes to help. Can you help the professor fly for the whole trip and achieve his dream, without anyone running out of fuel and crashing? Judd A. Schorr shows how.

Lesson by Judd A. Schorr, animation by Artrake Studio.

Saturday, December 17, 2016

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Violin Student Holiday Performance

Recently Melissa Atienza and her students had a violin holiday performance! Melissa Atienza is a Violin Instructor at Mozart, Einstein & Me.

Sunday, December 11, 2016

Mozart, Einstein & Me Just Got in a New Shipment of Ukuleles!

Ukuleles have been flying out the door for Christmas! We just got in a new shipment, and Heather is all ready to work with you on finding the right one for anyone on your gift list...including YOU!!!

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Friends of Carolers Sing Outside Mozart, Einstein & Me!

Melissa Atienza, arranged to have the Friends of Carolers sing outside Mozart, Einstein & Me!

Melissa Atienza is a violin teacher with a diverse background. Melissa Atienza began her private violin studies at the age of 10 with teachers Dr. Rose Puertollano and Reby Alejaga at the Univeristy of Sto. Tomas and St. Scholastica Conservatory of Music in the Philippines. Her first teaching experience was during her college days. She assisted the members of the De La Salle University Pops Orchestra in the Philippines with practicing of orchestra pieces under their maestro, Eliezer San Felipe.

Monday, December 5, 2016

Glen Walp and Stan Houston Help to Bring the Holiday Spirit to Mozart, Einstein & Me

Glen Walp and Stan Houston sharing the holiday spirit at Mozart, Einstein & Me.

Glen Walp and the Benicia Middle School Band filled the store with excitement as they prepared for their performance at the annual Benicia Downtown Open House and Holiday Tree Lighting. The band's performance was extra special as this was the last time Glen would be conducting the BMS band at this annual holiday event!

Friday, December 2, 2016

Pickles to Penguins Party Game by Outset Media

Pickles to Penguins is the quick-thinking picture-linking party game! Don't fret if the party gets frantic - the guests are probably just having a blast playing Pickles to Penguins - the quick-paced party game where you link the pictures to win. This group game for party time will have your guests laughing, if you're not arguing! 

Get rid of your cards the quickest by figuring out what your cards and the cards in play have in common. Do they share a colour? Are they both things you find in a salad or bring to a party? For example, the PICTURE has to have something in common with the other picture like: MILK and HONEY go in tea or CLOVER attracts BEES or KITES and HOT AIR BALLOONS fly in the sky - just make the pictures link together and you have a connection!

Pickles to Penguins is available at Mozart, Einstein & Me!