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Mental and Emotional Practice as a Way of Extending Your Practice Efficiency

My approach to mental practicing began during a personal crisis. Right after school, I went to Paris, thinking I would be there for a year with a nice artist resident apartment that had been awarded to me, grand piano provided, a great view of Paris, and almost no rent to pay. Who wouldn’t want to …

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How Focusing on the Process of Learning Shaped My Approach to a Challenging Piece.

Reorienting your practice to the process of learning music and becoming a better musician could be more important than the performance itself. Classical musicians perhaps have it easier than painters or designers, because we have to be more organized about our art. Many visual artists I’ve talked to like being in a chaotic environment because …

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Learn How to Practice Your Instrument Focusing On the Process.

Learning Music is a never-ending process. It’s not about going from point A to point B; after all, you will eventually get there because music has its own natural flow. I’ve spent time talking to painters, designers, and other visual artists. The process of producing an artwork is as essential as having the final result …

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