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January 17, 2018

Last week a student emerged from a Piano practice room claiming that he was bored with nothing to practice.

“Well, let’s go into the practice room and talk about this”, I said.  Once inside, I asked him to play some major arpeggios in 3 octaves. He obliged but struggled at a very slow tempo. When I asked him about playing uncomfortable major keys, minor, diminished and augmented arpeggios, he shrugged and said “...

January 5, 2018

I’ve discussed the importance of passion in a previous post and how practice is really the art of both teaching and learning. Now I would like to focus in on maintaining curiosity and humility in relation to your practice. 

I have taken on assignments over the years - in terms of teaching, that would seem insane or maybe just absurd. One parent brought his 10 year old son to me - initially for drum and percussio...

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