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Learning music is a worthwhile pursuit and a good developmental activity for any child to participate in. Not only that, but enrolling in music lessons at an early age can eventually lead to an interest in fine arts or an instrument later in life. We all want this for our kids and most of us […]

Learning to read music is a like learning a new language. There are supplemental home study programs to speed up the process of learning music. Here are some suggestions.

I got an interesting tip the other day on how a student was having a difficult time trying to study.   Here’s what was happening. This student had a preconceived notion that they need to take an hour to study the music theory content. That thought alone was holding her back from actually accomplishing anything […]

What If You Could Learn To Play Piano In A Weekend? I’m not kidding; yes, you can learn to play the piano in a weekend, but plan on spending 2 full days to do it. Then with some more days enjoying your new found abilities. Or maybe you’ll be able to take two or three […]

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

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 […]

Music students getting back to music ask serious questions about learning music, here are a few ideas to help explore those questions.

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