You’ve heard it from every flutist and professional musician: long tones are one of the most essential parts of your practice routine. But in all honesty they’re not always enjoyable and they can feel really tedious. So how do we take something that can feel like a drag and turn it into one of the highlights of our practice session? Here’s 5 ways to reignite your love for long tones! 1. USE A DRONE No, I’m not talking about those tiny robots that fly - I’m talking about done
Being a professional musician is one of the hardest, most competitive jobs out there. We spend far more time with our instrument than probably anyone in our life. We’re essentially in a relationship with them. So when we finally get “the job” it means we can let up on our practice, right? Wrong. Securing that position means you have to work just as hard or even harder to deliver what you demonstrated in your audition or interview. So how do we maintain a healthy relationship
You've heard it before: Location, Location, Location. So why should adding your location to Instagram posts matter? If you are running a public personal or business account, then you will draw a lot more people in if you add a location to your posts. But numbers aren't the only reason to add your location..... YOU BECOME MORE RELATABLE TO YOUR FOLLOWERS!
Adding a location opens up conversations and allows you to engage with your followers! Wouldn’t it be great if more people
You have probably heard this from almost every person you told that you were going into music: “It’s competitive, cutthroat, and you won’t make any money.” But is that really the case? Okay, you might not be living in a mansion, but I’ve heard the upkeep is a hassle anyway. Anyone who pursues music as a career does it for a reason much larger than it’s monetary value; they do it because it’s their passion, and honestly, why do anything else? Many of us were taught incorrectly