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Practicing: Not One-Size-Fits-All For the next two weeks, our studio is running its annual “We Love to Practice” practice contest. We encourage all of our students to rack up as many practicing minutes as they can and those who practice the most are rewarded with gift cards. Practicing is the most discussed subject in conversations...

Is it possible to shift the thinking of younger music students? Is it possible to make their lessons seem less like a chore and more like a privilege? I think the answer to these questions is yes, and while it is not always the easiest task to accomplish, I think these 4 tips below will help shift your child's thinking and make practice sessions at home a little more peaceful.

Having trouble memorizing your music? If, like some of our students, you are getting ready for an annual recital and need some ideas on how to solidify your music in your brain, look no further. Below, you will find some excellent strategies to help you memorize your music.

We have spent a lot of time talking about how more practice is a good goal to set this year and how you can make your practice sessions more effective and even how parents can get involved with practice. Today, we're going to change things up a bit and talk about how practicing can be fun. I've found 3 "games" that you can incorporate into your practice sessions to make your time spent working more fun.

If you have a student taking music lessons, I am sure practice is a part of your vocabulary. Afterall, Practice = Progress. Parents, I know you are not the one taking music lessons, but your involvment in practice will only help your child succeed- even if you don't know anything about music!

If you are a Nashville area music student who has made more practice time your goal this year, this post is for you! We know practicing is how you get to Carnegie Hall, but how you spend your practice time is as important as your length of practice time. QUALITY practice time is easy to achieve if you incorporate these 3 steps below.

You are a Nashville area music student wanting to achieve further greatness in 2015. The question is: How do you go about doing that? Here are 3 Goals you can set in 2015 to make you a more musically gifted student.

Learning to play the violin undoubtedly requires consistent practice in between lessons for beginning violin students, but the mastering of correct playing posture is actually more important. At this early stage it is essential new students develop a concrete relationship with their instrument before musical advancement can begin to take effect.

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