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Why is learning music important?
Learning music strengthens the
connection in the brain called the corpus callosum.
Music demands attention to mathematical proportions of time, levels of dynamics, and characteristics of tone production.
Music elevates ones perception to detail and perfection/accuracy.
Music like life is both
a mental and physical challenge.
risk, dedication, &commitment.
Music is challenging but not impossible.
Music doesn't discriminate or do any favors.
It's not just how much you practice but the quality of your
practice time. Meaning, What should you do in one hour?
The better you practice
more you practice the better you will be.
When played correctly music can be satisfying for
both player and audience
music encourages commitment and dedication
and when played correctly, enjoyment!
Enjoy the process
Learn techniques, methods, and a philosophy that has 400 years of tradition and history. I will share with you the tips and tricks that I have learned while earning my Doctorate in Musical Arts from Claremont Graduate University, Cal State Los Angeles, and UCLA's Department of Music.