Tag Archive: music school

Sep 19

The Masterclass: Learning in a Group Setting

There are many ways to prepare for a performance, including taking your practice out of the practice room and into a masterclass setting. (Photo by David A. Wolfe) At Kennedy Violins we often offer people tips on how to practice more efficiently or sightread or learn music theory. But it’s hard to teach someone how …

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Aug 23

A Note About Double Majoring: Is It Worth It?

In response to my last post, “Decisions, Decisions: Should I Major in Music?”, I had a reader contact me at Kennedy Violins interested in advice concerning the option to double major. First, if you have interest in opportunities for dual degrees at specific schools such as Julliard, Eastman, Oberlin, or any other university of interest, …

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Aug 20

Decisions, Decisions: Should I Major in Music?

Working for Kennedy Violins, I am constantly immersed in music–and I like it that way. There was a time in my life, though, when I reached a crossroad that would determine exactly how music might, could, or would be a part of my future. It’s a crossroad many young musicians face. As high school wound …

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