I'm the old guy at the back. What a great week of learning that was. Seven days with Ali Jackson and Aaron Goldberg.
I've enrolled in the Royal Conservatory of Music's "How To Teach Music Online" course. This should be interesting. It's important to expose ourselves to new ideas in areas we believe we are competent in with an open mind. Stay tuned for a review.
How to Teach Music Online | The Royal Conservatory of Music (rcmusic.com)
Living by design in 2021. Shit happens: Covid. But, we can still make plans and head out with some confidence in a direction of our own choosing. We will get there? Who knows. If we have the privilege to consider this idea though, I say go for it.
Sales tune-up. Why?
I am a slow walker, but I never walk back. --Abraham Lincoln
Those are all good reasons to practice, study, and dream.
Daily Classical Piano
I'm contemplating a less hurried world, a world with of less stress from the daily push and pull.
I'm starting to prepare for a post-Covid world, yes I really believe it will arrive. So, I'm back at the piano exploring new musical sounds getting ready. Enjoy.
I want to change my time sense. I play on top of the beat. Drums and piano ride front and centre. I want to learn to control my placement, consciously and deliberately. At age 61, why not? If not now, when?
Drumming ideas from Lowell Whitty
It's arrived. Lockdown 2.0
I'm changing the focus of this blog to a practice blog. I hope this will be helpful for my students. Secondly, it will help me stay focused over the winter as we await a miracle.
What I'm up to behind the scenes.