Keep This Aim In Mind When Practicing Slowly

One of the things that many great musicians and music teachers seem to agree upon is the value of practicing slowly. Whether working on technique or improvisation, it is now almost cliche (yet true!) to say, “If you want to speed it up, you first have to slow it down.” Slow practice really can prove […]

Freedom To Choose

Nothing has helped me more to improve as a musician than the Alexander Technique. By applying the principles of the work, I’ve been able not only to save my performing career, but also, find a means for continuous improvement as a musician. Musicians come to me for lessons for a variety of reasons. Initially, most […]