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On Musicality and Ear Training…

Hey Everyone!

I hope you’ve enjoyed the things I have to say thus far on this blog adventure. Today’s post has less to do with direct things you should do in the room and more to do with your success as a musician. 590 more words

Music / Cuts

Music as Mindfulness Practice

While it took years of trial and (humiliating) error, I’ve somehow managed to become a fairly happy and productive person. The common theme with everything that’s made this possible is mindfulness. 312 more words

Adulthood

Lessons and Practice Decks

Well, summer’s somehow over and I’m back to teaching. After some setbacks earlier this year, I’m back with a vengeance and have some exciting announcements. 175 more words

Bass

In Search of (Healthy, Productive) Flow

After 15 years of failing to live up to others’ ideas of peak performance, I found my salvation in an unlikely place – hacking into my beautiful, dark, twisted mind. 818 more words

Adulthood

MAXIMIZE Your Worship Team's Rehearsal Time!

Practice vs. Rehearsal.

Is there a difference?

The dictionary defines rehearsal as:

A practice or trial performance of a play or other work for later public performance.

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Worship

Why vocal injury is not necessarily a sign of bad technique

I did a little livestream last week and thought some of you who don’t follow me on my other social media might also be interested. In a nutshell: Let’s not blame singers who suffer a vocal injury any more than athletes who injure themselves. 40 more words

Singing

Timeless String Playing

One of the most exciting things about being a string player right now is the seemingly endless array of possibilities for playing and creating!  We live in a world where you can simultaneously be in awe and want to play and create music inspired by hip-hop, or world music, or you can go all the way back to the Baroque era and love the excitement and passion of that musical world.   353 more words

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