What is the difference between a teacher, a coach, and a mentor? How can each contribute to your musical learning? Find out in this podcast episode.
They say that failing to plan is planning to fail, and that’s certainly true in music. It can be tempting to just “wing it” with your musicality training and enjoy the free exploration of learning music. But if you really want to reach your goals, you need to learn how to plan effectively.
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Tune In, Tone Up’s Gary Shilladay discusses the wonders that podcasts can do for your musicality, and shares the story of how he created his own.
Learn how you can minimize your stage fright and anxiety, and prepare yourself to give the performance of a lifetime at your upcoming gig.
Musical U interviews Make Moments Matter’s David Row on the Orff approach, an educational framework that centers the student’s musicality and creativity.
Le Chanteur Moderne founder Allan Hubert-Wright busts some pervasive singing myths, and gives you the facts on correct breathing, vocal support, and more.
So, you’ve found an online music course that appears to be the perfect fit for you! Learn about how to maximize your chances of success.
Read about how one educator changed music class in his district forever – by introducing the hands-on Music Technology program.
Female Musician Academy founder Bree Noble shares her insights on how to get your music to your audiences – and make a living doing so.
Learn all about finding and selecting an online music teacher, and how to decide what kind of instruction is the best fit for you.
Musical U interviews singer-songwriter Kendra McKinley on her love of music and how she translated it into a successful career as a recording artist.
Learn how to choose an online music course that will complement your musical goals and provide you with the support you need.
We talk to Piano Cub’s David Asher Brown about how to maintain a strong commitment to your musical practice – especially in self-directed learning!