Anne Mileski discusses her music journey and her teaching perspective as an early music educator who uses Kodály, Orff, Dalcroze, and Music Learning Theory.
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Singing teacher Dale Duncan shares his inclusive and highly effective approach to helping his students integrate pitch and rhythm skills in sight-singing.
Learn how to count rhythms using the Kodály method. Includes a chart with the Kodály rhythm syllables, audio clips and score notation to help you practice.
Have you felt intimidated by creative tasks like playing by ear and improvisation? Natalie from Music Matters Blog shares how she learned and you can too!
Have you ever wondered how musicians read or write rhythm notation, or how to count rhythms 1, 2, 3, 4? Here’s the full scoop and exercises to try.
Acclaimed pianist and music educator Josh Wright shares his favourite technique exercises, performance strategies, and secrets for playing musically.
Composer and music educator Jeff Schneider talks to Musical U about effective practice, the learning process, and keeping your creative output alive.
JamAlong’s Braedin Lewis shares his collaborative, engaging, and hands-on approach to the process of learning to read music.
Learn how you can develop your voice and improve your singing with Jeremy Fisher of acclaimed vocal education website Vocal Process.
How can we use neuroscience as a tool for memorizing and mastering music? Learn about the magic number and its applications in efficient learning.
This episode discusses the practice of sight reading, why it’s useful, and how to learn it in a way that is musical, rather than mechanical.
Learn the benefits that sight reading will bring to your musicality, and start learning this skill with a few basic exercises.