Increase your joy and love of music by becoming an Active Listener! Dive in to this episode and explore the what and why of active listening.
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Interval reference songs are a helpful way to start learning intervals and relative pitch. Here are 29 fresh, modern songs to replace the old ones.
In this episode, we reveal the truth behind the idea of a “natural musician” – and how to connect with the musical instinct that exists within us all.
Transform your musical life by finding joy and ease with your practice. Learn how to take action and discover the fastest route to improving your music.
What is perfection? In this episode we share a mindset shift for approaching your playing and practicing that will improve your musicality rapidly.
What if learning music theory was a mind-blowing and immediately-useful experience? Shelle Soelberg from Let’s Play Music reveals the key.
If you’ve ever worried about being out of tune or off-key when you sing, don’t miss this interview with a man who’s found a solution.
The Musicality Podcast interviews music educator extraordinaire Casey McCann about how she developed musicality, and how she passes it on to her students.
Midnight Music founder Katie Wardrobe talks about how you can enrich your musical learning with the myriad of educational technology available today.
Musical U interviews Jimmy Rotheram on improving academics through music education – and how he implemented his ideas at a poorly-performing school.
Musical U interviews Make Moments Matter’s David Row on the Orff approach, an educational framework that centers the student’s musicality and creativity.
Musical U interviews musician, music teacher, author, and entrepreneur Elisa Janson-Jones on musical wellness and enjoying your musical life to the fullest.