Month: January 2015

How I developed the confidence to approach anyone (in my area of interest)

I was getting ready last week to go to NAMM, which is a big, annual music industry conference in Anaheim, CA. And I was just thing that I feel really fortunate to have something to talk about that I feel puts me

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What great art aspires to

I watched a great, great movie with my daughter this weekend—“Boyhood”, which won the Golden Globe for best picture of the year (I can’t remember seeing a better film—I think it could win best picture of the decade). Anyway… It

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One process to structure an effective study/practice regimen

When I’m giving private lessons, I’m always in the position of giving my students homework on things I feel they need to work on. However, it’s tough for all of us to keep a practice regimen, so I take an

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