Monthly Archives: October 2015

Crossover: The mostly one-way street

Following on the heels of my last post, regarding the nature of “classical training” and defending it as merely the development of skill with one’s instrument, I feel compelled to share some examples of wonderful things that I have seen … Continue reading

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When “Classical” Means Skill

At various times in my teaching career I have had a reputation as┬ásomeone who 1) can “teach you to belt” 2)thinks that “classical technique” is the best technique This is admittedly bizarre, firstly because the two seem opposed to one … Continue reading

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