Monthly Archives: April 2015

Practicing Past the Dots

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Are you practicing the big picture, or do you get stuck in “the dots?” Music is an art, a joint […]


Ten Tips to a Perfect Lesson

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Nothing can ruin your week like a bad lesson, and you just had another one. You wouldn’t mind it so […]


Power Your Dynamics with the Three C’s

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We musicians hear the word “dynamics” and automatically think soft, loud or in-between. But the root of the word dynamic […]


10 Ways to Not Get Bored with Your Recital Piece

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You are a good student. You practice regularly; you don’t try to cram at the last minute for your recital. […]