101 Reasons to Play Ukulele This Summer
Thinking about learning to play ukulele this summer? Ukulele teacher Willy M. has 101 reasons why it's a great idea!
Summer is in full swing so Im bringing you 101 reasons to learn to play ukulele. I hope you find a reason to start taking ukulele lessons!
1. Playing the ukulele will immediately make you cool.
2. Playing the ukulele (especially with friends) is a really fun activity.
3. You can take a ukulele anywhere, unlike a tuba which is much less portable.
4. Though I can
How to Practice Singing at Home: Setting Up Your Practice Space
Unlike most other musical instrument, your voice is something that you carry with you everywhere! This is perhaps why many beginners are less likely to consider how their practice space should be set up, and why they have more trouble with performances. Practicing singing is just like any other kind of practice, whether for music, the arts, or a sport. You have to establish a space where you can focus on what you're doing with the least number of distractions.
Knowing how to practice will take
3 Things Songwriters Should Always Keep in Mind
Are you perfectly content performing the pieces of famous composers and lyricists... or do you want to make your own contribution? If you want to learn how to become a songwriter, check out this guest post by teacher Eric C...
The world of music is as vast as the world that we live in. Some genres have existed for thousands of years, while others are still being created today. This is all because music is constantly evolving.
The evolution of music comes from songwriters and
10 Things To Look For In A Guitar Teacher
Learning how to play guitar is a wonderful journey, and you're at a crucial stage: finding a great guitar teacher. How do you know if the guitar teacher you're looking at will be a good match for you? Take these tips from guitar teacher Melissa K. to find the perfect guitar teacher for you!
Your fingers do strange, elegant dances in the air. Melodies and chord progressions haunt your dreams. Your friends are in an a capella group and will erupt into songs at a moments notice, but youre not
What Does "Pitchy" Mean? (Plus 4 Steps to Improve)
What does "pitchy" mean, and what should you be doing if you receive that critique? Here, Gambrills, MD voice teacher Shannon F. shares her tips...
You're a little pitchy. Ok, Paula Abdul. We get it. Singing in tune is important. For some, good intonation comes naturally. For others, it's a struggle. But just because you're a little sharp or flat now doesn't mean you're doomed to singing out of tune forever! In fact, I've had many students' intonation improve in just one week