Here in the U.S. the school year is over and summer is here again, everyone is in break mode. It’s hard to keep wanting to practice or study anything as we get outside and enjoy the sun and fun.

The study of music theory allows you to put emotion into your playing. What a bold statement! Let me explain.

Music and passion and helping others realize there passion. On my path of finding what others do with music and learning. Benjamin Zander talks to us about our music passions and loving classical music. (21 minutes of fun)

Practicing music has two components that must be considered and dealt with if you are going to make progress here are two new articles on those subjects.

Here at the Music Learning Workshop we focus on music theory and not so much on technique. Our premise is that learning music theory as fast as you can allows you to focus on playing and technique. But what about the musicianship? I recently watch this video of Evelyn Glennie shows us how to listen […]

Rhythm is not only about working with notes played, but also about notes not played. These are called rests. That is you take a break from playing and allow silence to enter into your playing. Let’s explore.

Rhythm is a weak point for many musicians. This is especially true when you don’t play music for awhile. One of the biggest stumbling blocks for new students is the time value of notes and how long they are held. Let’s explore.

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