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Thoughts on Teaching

The Teacher It is of fundamental importance that the teacher carries a substantial volume of knowledge. Because we talk about music, the amount is truly inexhaustible. In addition to theory, which includes harmony and polyphony, and music history, which includes periods from the Baroque era to the 20th century, the teacher must master the sound …

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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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Practicing and Teaching Music Lessons During Covid19.

Right now, a lot of musicians are struggling. Concerts are canceled, orchestras are not playing, and it can be challenging to practice and stay motivated in the current environment. When the Covid19 pandemic hit, I was full of contradictory emotions. Everything that I had scheduled was canceled or postponed: concerts, masterclasses, and even recordings. It …

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Is It Safe to Teach In-Person Music Lessons During Covid 19

Mid -June 2020 , Michigan.Currently the cases of Covid 19 have been going down in the state significantly. I conducted interviews with four medical doctors who work in local hospitals. Their children are my private piano students.The goal of these interviews was to understand – is it safe to teach in-person music lessons during Covid …

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Why I am not Teaching In-Person Music Lessons During Coronavirus

Published in June 2020. I am a violin teacher, chamber music teacher and performer, as well as a trained physician. I have an M.D. from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. I am also a fully residency trained anesthesiologist, and I also completed full residency training in Preventive and Occupational Medicine. As part of …

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