If you play a lot of music, you know the struggle of keeping track of everything. But what if you could use an iPad for sheet music?
That’s right. You can store your sheet music digitally. That can save you space, and you’ll know you always have what you need. Continue reading “Should You Use an iPad for Sheet Music?”
The piccolo can be a pretty polarizing instrument. Some people love it, while others despise it. However, combining earplugs and piccolo can make the instrument more enjoyable to play or listen to.
While earplugs aren’t always necessary, they can also save you from some preventable hearing damage. Should you wear earplugs? Continue reading “Earplugs and Piccolo Playing”
One of my biggest regrets from undergrad is not working and building my career while in school. Now that I’m in my masters, I won’t be making that mistake again. So that means figuring out how to balance work and music school.
I’ll admit that it isn’t easy. If you have a full school schedule and a work schedule on top of that, you may need superpowers to get everything done. Continue reading “How to Balance Work and Music School”
Do you want to work in music school? Should you even get a job in music school?
There are many pros and cons to working in music school. So it’s up to you to consider your options and whether you need or want to work. Continue reading “Should You Work in Music School?”
When I first really wanted to learn flute, I actually veered to the saxophone. I thought the flute would be too competitive and that sax would be cool, too.
Little did I know that I would switch two years later. Continue reading “Learn Flute on a Budget”