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How to Read Body Language: Examples from Around the World

How to Read Body Language: Examples from Around the World

If you want to make a great first impression no matter where you are, learning how to read body language is key. And while you may be familiar with the customs and nonverbal cues of your own culture, traveling abroad is a different story. Different cultures have their own interpretations of body language. For example, direct eye contact may be expected in one country, but be inappropriate in another. Some other important nonverbal cues to pay attention to are hand gestures, personal … Read More

How to Read Body Language: Examples from Around the World
If you want to make a great first impression no matter where you are, learning how to read body language is key. And while you may be familiar with the customs and nonverbal cues of your own culture, traveling abroad is a different story. Different cultures have their own interpretations of body language. For example, direct eye contact may be expected in one country, but be inappropriate in another. Some other important nonverbal cues to pay attention to are hand gestures, personal
5 Guitar Tips for Accompanying a Vocalist
Thinking about taking your skills to an accompaniment gig - or maybe just jamming with some friends who want to sing along? Check out these 5 helpful guitar tips from Mount Pleasant, SC teacher Christopher A...   Guitar is a great instrument to accompany everything from horns to winds to piano to vocals. Whether you’re backing up a soloist, choir, band, or songwriter, there are a few tips to make the experience memorable for you and more importantly the vocalist or other musicia
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No matter what kind of music you enjoy, there’s a great experience waiting for you at a show or concert in Chicago. You can find a quiet weeknight show at a relaxed neighborhood bar like Schubas, or if you’re a party animal, you can camp out and rock for days on end at massive Chicago festivals like Lollapalooza and Pitchfork! Concerts are a great way to enjoy an evening with friends and maybe even discover your new favorite band. Just like any other event, concerts require some preparation – e
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As summer winds down, teachers everywhere are preparing for the back-to-school rush. And as a private teacher or tutor, you might see your schedule filling up as old students come back from summer vacations, or new students find their calling in band or orchestra classes in school. To stay ahead of the game, here are three steps you can take to prepare: 1. Check your inventory. Whether you teach at your studio, online, or travel to your students' homes, you need a good set of supplies on hand

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