Nick Cheetham shares his journey for the premier episode of Pathways, a new series where we dig deep in to the lives of passionate music learners.
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Dr. Don Greene, one of the world’s leading experts on performance psychology, teaches how to assess and improve your performance abilities under pressure.
Me2/Orchestra co-founder Caroline Whiddon discusses how the support of the Me2/ classical music ensembles helps erase the stigma surrounding mental illness.
Joseph Alexander from Fundamental Changes explains how his modern approach to book publishing provides exciting opportunities for students and authors.
Musical U founder Christopher Sutton explains what ear training is – and how to get the most benefit from ear training with a holistic, musical approach.
Dave Isaacs, author of “The Perpetual Beginner”, teaches how approaching music with a beginner’s mindset can unlock the ease and musicality you desire.
Nick Bottini, author of “Just Play: The Simple Truth Behind Musical Excellence”, helps us understand how to achieve our full musical potential.
Conductor and Musical Director, Robert Emery shares his views on talent, nature versus nurture, and what that means for the average adult music learner.
We’re joined by The Quebe Sisters who share how they write and arrange harmony parts and the relationship between ear skills and theory.
Jeffrey Agrell, pioneer of a game-based approach to improvisation, teaches how and why to learn improv – and how much theory and technique are required.
The MU team discusses why most musicians are missing out on the full power of the Circle of Fifths in their musical lives – and what you can do about it.
We surveyed our members and asked what “musicality” means to them. In this episode we share their answers to give you greater insight in to “Musicality”