As part of this Blogging for Musicians series, it’s important to talk about the best blog sites. There are many websites you can use to set up a blog, and each one works differently. Because of that, not all blog sites are worth it.
I’ve used multiple blog sites to host my blog and website, but I do have my personal preference. You may find you like another site better, and that’s okay. However, the best blog sites let you do what you want to do for your entire website, including your blog. Continue reading “Blogging for Musicians: The Best Blog Sites”
If you’re in music school for flute, you may have the chance to choose flute repertoire for yourself. Even amateur flutists will probably have an opportunity to choose their own pieces at some point. Being able to choose pieces is great, but it isn’t as easy as it sounds.
There are many things to consider when you choose flute repertoire, from the performer to the venue. Some pieces are more appropriate in certain situations, so you have to think about different elements before you choose your program. Continue reading “How to Choose Flute Repertoire”
As a musician, I do a lot of teaching and performing. But I’m also a blogger, so I do a lot of blogging and general writing. Still, you may be wondering, what is a blog?
A blog is versatile online platform that anyone can start and use. You can post almost anything you want on a blog. That could include tips and tricks or personal updates. Continue reading “Blogging for Musicians: What Is a Blog?”
With the advancement of the internet and tablets like the iPad, more musicians are starting to go digital with their sheet music libraries. I am a part of the “revolution,” and many of us have taken to one particular app: forScore.
forScore is a digital sheet music reader, and it’s a must-have for any musician that uses an iPad for sheet music. If you want to convert part or all of your music to PDFs, you need this app. Continue reading “forScore: Beginner’s Guide”