Musical Board Games with Judith Jain: “Sorry!”



Note from Amy Glennon:

I recently had the opportunity to visit Judith Jain’s home studio in Tampa Florida.  It was a special day, because this was the last day that Judith was teaching in her home studio. Judith is now teaching at her new academy, New Tampa Piano and Pedagogy Academy in Tampa, Florida.  Click on this link for images of her new academy:


I had the pleasure of visiting some dynamic group classes. The student loved performing pieces and listening to one another. They also loved playing Judith’s special reinvention of popular board games.  The most popular? “Sorry!”  I later videotaped Judith explaining exactly how she adapted the game for music classroom use. Stay tuned for more games tomorrow.


Dr. Judith Jain balances a career as performer and pedagogue. Judith’s Carnegie Hall debut took place in October of 2010. Her solo, chamber music and orchestral performances have been heard in the US, Mexico, Cuba, and the commonwealth of Puerto Rico. As a pedagogue, Dr. Jain has appeared as lecturer, clinician and consultant in the U.S. and abroad. Her teaching career has been associated with the New School for Music Study, in Kingston, NJ, the University of Cincinnati-College Conservatory of Music, OH, and Indiana University in Bloomington.

Dr. Jain holds a Bachelors Degree in Piano Performance from Indiana University, a Masters Degree in Piano Performance from the University of Cincinnati-College Conservatory of Music (UC-CCM) and a Doctorate Degree in Piano Performance and Pedagogy at UC-CCM. Following her completion of the doctoral academic requirements, Dr. Jain completed a post-graduate Fellowship in Piano Pedagogy at the  New School for Music Study.

5 thoughts on “Musical Board Games with Judith Jain: “Sorry!”

  1. Judith: I love your games! What a great idea to modify board games students are already familiar with. Thanks for sharing these, Amy.

  2. I love this idea, thanks for the video clip. Cannot find the cards, though ~ can someone tell me how I can purchase them online?

    1. Hello Nancy,
      Judith stayed up late making these cards herself. I can put you in touch with her if you like.

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