Performance

By Julia Kossuth One of the blessings of teaching is the impact you get to make on each individual student's life. Often times, a lesson isn't about musical progress so much as it's about helping that child wherever they are at in life at the moment. From behavioral problems to problems at school, from celebrating achievements and events to getting to know what's on a student's heart,...

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By Julia Kossuth One of my favorite aspects of working at the Studios of Sarah Strout is the wealth of talent and knowledge that all the teachers possess! What a fantastic resource from which to draw players for gigs, information about events, and exchange teaching experiences and tips. Another wonderful opportunity our studio presents is the chance to collaborate with other teachers! This is so important...

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By Saleh Sabat Rehearsal is an important aspect (at least it should be!) to all musicians, performers and teachers. It’s something we have spent countless hours doing throughout our careers. Whether it’s with a band, orchestra, or solo in a quiet place, it takes practice to develop good rehearsal skills. Something I ask of my students often is to walk me through their home practice and rehearsal...

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By Jamey Mann As a guitar instructor I spend a great deal of time working on my students’ technical development. In order for a student to reach the pinnacle of their ability proper technique is an absolute must. Everything from sitting position to the finger independence of the right and left hands must be scrutinized. With the need for technical excellence in all musical disciplines comes...

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