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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.
A professional music education counsellor shares her tips for deciding on a music school that will fit both your learning style and your dreams.
Guitar students often quit before they’ve finished their first year. And guitar teachers can’t make a living. The G4 Guitar Method solves both these issues.
In the second part of our interview with Gregg Goodhart, he reveals the secret to effective music practice and the science behind learning by repetition.
Science is learning how we learn. Gregg Goodhart bridges research and teaching – helping musicians excel way beyond their perceived limitations.
Sabrina Peña Young sits down with Musical U to discuss her workbook Composer Bootcamp 101, a new resource for composers of all levels and backgrounds.
Passionate multi-instrumentalist and entrepreneurial music teacher Dylan Welsh shares his student-centric teaching philosophy and the secret to his success.
Music has changed a lot in the past 100 years – piano teaching has not. Tim Topham’s Inner Circle of creative piano teachers is out to change all that.
The effects of music lessons extend way beyond the realm of music itself. Learn 6 surprising ways music study benefit your life and your children’s lives.
We all know the huge impact music can have. But did you know about the specific ways music therapists are trained to use music for good?
With a promising performance career, the controversial 3.5-octave tenor Dr. Dan found his true passion in helping others claim their birthright: to sing.