It doesn’t matter if you’re not planning on doing opera or fronting a band anytime soon – every musician has something to gain from learning to sing!
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Violin teacher Eloise Hellyer talks about her refreshing approach to music education, and how she centers empathy and encouragement in her dynamic lessons.
Beginning improvisers often lose their way in the form. Stefan Hall shares his teaching about listening to the rhythm section to keep your solo on track.
Learning these five skills of musicianship and you will be well on your way to becoming a complete and versatile musician in the modern world.
Audiation is a powerful musical skill that lets you imagine music in your head with rich, vivid detail, and relate it directly to notes on the page or music you hear in the real world.
Music reading is often taught first. But when we learn first by ear, our musicality emerges much more easily. Singing connects listening with music-making.
Find out music educator Dr. Chad West’s thoughts on how musicianship is taught today, and how we can improve this process for children and adults alike.
Get a free set of intermediate-level practice exercises to take your solfa sight-singing skills to the next level so you can easily sing from written music.
Playing by ear is a desirable skill for all musicians, and is something that can be learned. Find out how you can develop your musicality and play by ear.
When you look at music notation can you immediately hear the notes in your head? This is essential for sight-singing and these solfa exercises make it easy.
Do you want to make your practice time more efficient? Or become a more versatile instrumentalist? Audiation can help you develop your musical abilities.
You can Improve your sense of rhythm by internalizing the beat in your mind using audiation. Learn more and practice this skill with some simple exercises.