A masters degree can do a lot of good for your music career. Before you start graduate school, it’s important to know how to pay for a masters of music.
I took time off from school so that I would have a good reason to spend those two years in school. Now, I’m in my masters, and I know I made the right choice. Continue reading “How to Pay for a Masters of Music”
There will come a time in almost every musician’s life when you get sick but you still have to play you’re instrument. Whether you have an important performance or simply a lesson, here’s your guide to playing when you’re sick.
With winter upon us, it’s important that we all stay healthy. However, if you do get sick, you need to be prepared for playing when you’re sick. Continue reading “Musician’s Guide to Playing When You’re Sick”
This year brought with it a lot of change in my life. I grew as a musician and as a writer, and I left my full time day job.
Today, we’re taking a look back at 2018 and a look into 2019! Continue reading “Year End Review + Hopes”
In order to improve as a musician, you have to practice consistently. It’s much better to practice for fifteen minutes every day than to practice for an hour once or twice per week.
It took me years to learn that consistent practice was necessary to really up my level of playing. I noticed that pieces I had memorized slipped away if I didn’t maintain them. That means that muscle memory for fundamentals must be similar. Continue reading “How to Practice Consistently”
It’s the question that has plagued musicians for years. How much should you practice? The answer to that question is complicated. Your ideal amount of practice will depend on a lot of factors.
I want to share some of those factors with you guys. That way, you can make an informed decision regarding your practice schedule. Continue reading “How Much Should You Practice?”