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Like many teachers around the world I have run the 40 piece challenge. This year I came up with a bit of a twist. Read more about it here.
If you’ve ever had the privilege of watching a good sight reader play with ease from a tricky score, it is awe-inspiring. This blog post is about five general things that good sight-readers do. All good sight readers do these things: scan, edit, guess, predict and fudge.
Performance-readiness is like peak physical fitness: it must be maintained, or it disappears. That’s because rehearsing and performing, in and of itself, does not develop any of the skills required for retaining long-term piano skills. Here are three ways of playing that are essential for keeping piano skills for life.