If you’re not sure how to practice, try the 3 Good Ones In-A-Row method. It’s simple, time efficient, fun, and it produces great results!
We can all learn a thing or two from the famous composer John Williams. Find out why consistent practice has been the key to his success.
Most people are okay with the requirements of a music audition except for the sight reading portion. That’s where they would rather crawl into a hole and hope for the best. (Sound familiar?) It doesn’t have to be this way, especially if you are working on it all the time.
Why do we delay making decisions, put off tasks that need to get done, and avoid doing the things that need our attention? Learn how you can get rid or your procrastination problem once and for all.
Learning how to sight read music is one of the best things you can do for yourself. Try adding some of these tips for sight reading music into your daily plan on action.
If you have a system set up for your music note reading practice, it’s important for you to find a way to get the most bang for your buck. Am I really working on this in the most effective way possible? In comparison to how much time I’m spending on this, what am I actually getting done?
How long should I practice? Well, this depends on what you’re getting done. Find out what you should really focus on each time you sit down to practice.
How can you get better at your music note practice? Think about what you’re doing today. Discover 3 reasons why it may not be going so well for you.
Desmond Douglas can teach us a lot about how important our practice spaces truly are. Learn from him on how minimal is often better.
When you engage in focused practice, it will change you over time. You will be able to see things in a more detailed way through completely different lenses. In fact, your overall perception will adjust accordingly making this new style of practicing much easier to adopt.