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Monthly Archives: June 2011
We ALL learn through our senses. Learning to play an instrument is complicated. When you teach the whole brain, you increase the chances of success so it makes sense to engage all the senses. Visual Learners: Around 60 – 70% … Continue reading
Have you ever wondered what you get from learning a musical instrument? Well….. you could get very good at playing your instrument, but did you know that that’s just a small part of it. Here’s just a little of what … Continue reading
As Suzuki used to say, “Knowledge plus 10,000 repetitions is skill.” Creating a practice habit with the 100 Days Challenge seems to me to be a good start. Last summer I came across a very inspiring book called the Talent Code … Continue reading
Sarah started viola lessons when she was 3. Her big brother had been playing for a year already and the family focus was on him. From the start it was apparent that her mother didn’t rate Sarah much as an … Continue reading
Your child has made a really promising start with learning an instrument, lots of enthusiasm and hard practice and steady progress. Then bang, the honeymoon is over, with sulks tantrums and outright refusal to practice. Practice is, after all hard … Continue reading
We all start music lessons with high hopes but when it comes down to sorting out a practice routine for a young beginner it can be rather hit or miss. In order to turn knowledge which a child is gaining … Continue reading
Music lessons can be expensive. How can we make sure that it is a worthwhile investment. We all know that music lessons can make you brighter because of the workout that music gives the brain. Hang on a moment…… music by itself … Continue reading