You must look for an opportunity to perform with others after you have mastered the fundamentals of playing your chosen instrument. Whether it be in the house or garden. Not only is it so much fun compared to being alone, playing with a group can improve your musical skills such as listening, sight-reading and tuning. For example, new moms find time to play whenever their child sleeps.
Some schools give you opportunities to be involved in collaborations with their orchestra or groups. If you’re an excellent aspiring musician, contact your…
The festival season has come and many musicians take their instrument and perform under the heat of the sun. that’s why it is important to know how to protect your beloved instrument during this time. Here are some tips:
Don’t leave the instrument inside a car during scorching days.
Tuning instruments in warm conditions will likely get sharp. Therefore, fine-tune the reeds first or change the woodwind crooks or barrels to avoid this.
Never expose your instrument directly under the sunlight.
For brass instruments, use a valve guard to keep your …