For students who start learning piano in childhood, the question of motivation is not worth it: parents, teachers and annual exams do not allow you to relax and throw classes. Adults have to constantly look for an incentive to find time, energy and money for regular rehearsals.
Here we have collected 5 tips that will help you stay motivated at all stages of training.
Play what you like
Before you decide on your repertoire, list your favorite genres, groups, and performers to the teacher. Continue reading
Novice drummers are not always ready to invest substantial funds in the purchase of a drum kit. However, the lack of a set at your disposal should not interfere with your progress. The main thing is to use a creative approach! In this material, we have collected 5 ways to rehearse almost anywhere.
You may have a question: will these classes be effective? Isn’t this contrary to common sense?
Not contradict. The fact is that learning to play the drums consists of two main elements: Continue reading
In the previous lessons, you have already learned how to sit correctly at the piano (link) and got acquainted with its device (link). Now the most pleasant part is the contact with the keyboard.
At first glance, there is nothing difficult about putting your hand on the piano. But in fact, even at this stage, there may be errors that are better to eliminate immediately. To avoid deflection of the fingers, place the handle in the center of the palm, thus forming a dome of the hand. This is the most correct and natural position of the hand to play the piano. Continue reading
Playing the piano improves coordination, relieves stress, and improves brain plasticity. It doesn’t matter if you start playing at 6, 14, or 65. However, some benefits are particularly important for certain age groups.
This short article explains why the ideal time to start classes is right now!
1. Preschoolers and primary school students
So far, there is no better way to develop concentration and coordination in a child than learning to play the piano. Continue reading
Often, vocalists who learn to sing on their own do not use their vocal muscles correctly. Because of this, they have all sorts of clamps, sore throats, and tension in the muscles that should not participate in singing. This video presents exercises that will help you learn the capabilities of your voice, identify a comfortable sound zone, and allow you to be in a speech position while singing.
Exercise ” Emotions»
Try to say any word, for example, “Hello”, with different emotional content: joy, sadness, anger, determination, surprise, and so on. Continue reading