Have you ever showed up to a lesson or performance, played something, and thought, “Ugh, I swear I didn’t sound like this when I practiced at home.” We all have good days and bad days, but sometimes, it feels like the bad days take over. Honestly, I’ve been guilty of letting the bad days take control of my attitude. When you’re in a rut, it’s hard to see with clarity, and in these moments, I remind myself and my families to focus on the big picture. We have to be able to see beyond the challenging practices and performances when they happen, and see what we’re doing as part of the bigger picture. You are further along than you were when you started and what piece you’re playing does not define your worth. Quitting when music progress isn’t happening as quickly or as easily as we want is shortsighted. The roadblocks you face in practicing your instrument are the same ones you will encounter in some other area in life. It’s not so important that every day is perfect or that every piece of the puzzle is in place. Progress takes place at your own pace. Where you are right now is exactly where you are supposed to be.
If you could bring one musician back from the dead who would it be? 🎼🖤 For me it would have to be John Martyn, it makes me so sad that I never got to see him live! Such a beautiful songwriter and guitarist, major influence on me 🙏🏻 This is part of his tune "Couldn't Love You More", I can't quite hack his gruff like vocals so a high and clean version for me 😂 Hope you enjoy! #JohnMartyn#CouldntLoveYouMore
It is fun to learn the recordings of violinist Cho-Liang Lin can't live without.
Mr. Lin will be a part of CMI's 2018-2019 Season.
More photos from @metcalfesmarket for @makemusicmadison and @makemusicday! Plus, we had performances from The Suzuki Strings of Madison and The Driftless Legionnaires. This is always such a fun event, it really gets to the core of what music is all about - having fun! 🎹🎻🎶
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