MUSIC APPRECIATION FOR THE ASPIRING CHEF

MUSIC APPRECIATION FOR THE ASPIRING CHEF

MUSIC APPRECIATION FOR THE ASPIRING CHEF (I mean Musician) Music Appreciation is so much more than that one class you had to take your freshman year of college. You know the one; packed with 300 other students, where you most likely watched “Amadeus,” and (if you are anything like my former classmates) what you took away from the experience was a newfound appreciation of the band Falco. What you might not have taken away is the starry-eyed ideal of listening to works by Bach or Stravinsky, and doing this for fun. This experience…continue reading →

Cultivating Your Vibrato: Starting Exercise

Once you are past those beginning stages of learning the basics of how the violin works, and how to make real emotive music through the science of dynamics, bow speed, and real art that is coming from your newfound musicianship, you may find a new and passionate desire to expand your skills with vibrato. I couldn't get enough of listening to the violin, especially after I had mastered enough skills to practice a repertoire independently in my home practice room (And as a side-note, I sincerely have to thank my tutor Mrs. T…continue reading →