Month: November 2015

Small World Stuff and Stick Technique

This is a story about how a shrinking planet has changed my POV on the issue of proper stick technique on the drums. (For those of you who are not drummers–don’t run away yet. This is meant to be relevant

Share Button
Posted in Blog

Resisting The Grunt Work Can Be A Bad Sign…

In my last post, I talked about how putting in the grunt work is what differentiates the great performers from good performers (doesn’t matter what field you’re in–could be music, could be accounting, could be a performer for Cirque du

Share Button
Posted in Blog

Playing At A Very High Level: Why Simply Playing Your Part Is Not Enough

In my last post, I talked about one of my rules for my students that I use to get past their fear of making mistakes. Ultimately, it’s about having your priorities straight and playing at a very high level. I’m

Share Button
Posted in Blog