THE Best Practice Approach For Musicians

THE Best Practice Approach For Musicians

One of my students, Keith England, shared this following article with me a while ago.
He was excited about sharing this with me, because he recognized my teaching approach as described in that article.

I’ve been using the educational principles this professor at the prestigious Manhattan School of Music researched for her phd thesis, since the beginning of my teaching career a couple of decades ago.

The secret to practicing more efficiently and hence to great progress: short drills, done over a short amount of time, with regular short sessions throughout the day.
That is one of the reasons why my students progress way faster than most students of most other guitar teachers.

Have fun reading following article:

Why Progress In The Practice Room Seems To Disappear Overnight

Conclusion

This blog will help you practicing more effectively.
The higher quality your practice, the better your progress, and the more fun you will have with music.
It gets all the more fun, the better you get at it.

Hit me up in the comments section below if you have any thoughts about the above.

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