The Musicians Way Blogby Gerald Klickstein. Become a Successful Musician
“Your habits in the practice room make you the musician that you are.” –The Musician’s Way, p. 20
How music teachers can use The Musician’s Way book to boost student learning outcomes.
“When I sit in Paris in a café, surrounded by people, I don’t sit casually – I go over a certain sonata in my head and discover new things all the time.” -Arthur Rubinstein
Pandemic resources, guidelines to disinfect pianos, tributes to fallen artists, inspirational articles, and much more.
DMA programs don’t equip graduates with crucial qualifications. Let’s change that.
“Meaning, not originality, is what matters most in your day-to-day practice.”
“I transmit positive energy and encouragement to every student.”
A wealth of articles, tips, and resources for performers, students, educators, and concert presenters.
“It’s not about playing well by being comfortable and wiping out nervous energy. It’s about finding the right channel for all that energy” -Don Greene, psychologist
“…I began to learn about musical structures and the more theoretical aspects of music.” –John Coltrane