For all sorts of reasons I haven’t posted anything on the blog pages of my site for a long time. So, here is a link to get you thinking! “Violinist in Balance” was a research project that began in Utrecht a few years ago. Have a look at the site here: http://www.violinistinbalance.nl/index.html The evidence is…
Английский скрипач Саймон Смит провел мастер-класс для детей в Чите :: Забайкальское информационное агентство :: Новости Читы и Забайкальского края.
Recital in Moscow, 27th November 2014 Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Music Theatre.
Conservatoire Violin Course I am very much looking forward to teaching on the Pro Corda Conservatoire violin course in September this year. You can read a little more, and apply online through the link above. See you there?!
Originally posted on Learning Strategies for Musical Success:
The inflexible and automatic knowledge gained through repetition is the foundation of expert performance, but be warned—repeat carefully! The learning brain does not distinguish between good and poor habits but learns whatever we repeat. Repetition creates permanence, and habits are difficult to correct. In particular pay attention to…
Some more good practising advice! I don’t normally read anything in the Telegraph these days – far to right wing for me, but there are sometimes things worth looking at… I particularly like the image of the performer as pilot, having been an engineer in practice! Keep working, but keep thinking while you do!
I expect there will be more, under my own steam, but in the meantime here are details of the courses at Pro Corda. I am teaching, (obviously!), on the violin course, at the start of September. Let me know if you would like to know more! http://www.procorda.com/courses/core/conservatoire-18-yrs-plus#.UoQGGaW0gpE