It’s an undisputed fact:
making progress on a musical instrument requires practice.
And it’s a well-known fact:
If we do not enjoy practicing, we practice listlessly, less and gradually lose interest in the instrument.
And why is that?
- We practice mechanically and unimaginatively, just like an uninspired teacher once taught us. And we don’t really know why we do it this way…
- Or we learn a new piece, fight our way through, stumble again and again and get frustrated, because we should learn it somehow…
- Or we make practice a joyless necessity.
- Or maybe we just stopped practicing…
But practicing can be incredibly fun, and inevitably there is progress … I say!
Let’s bring intelligence and creativity into a playful practice style!
And how does this work?
Get in touch! I’m offering individual lessons as well as group sessions, titled
“Practice intelligently – Practice with fun”!