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“Remember to keep going!” was the advice I was given to survive the sight-reading segment of my grade 2 piano exam. As a lazy and distracted child, my lessons at the time consisted largely of me copying and memorising what to practise, I barely read...

Having taught whole classes of instrumentalists for many years, several patterns emerge that allow me to establish certain rules of engagement that might be useful for readers to know. Patterns of behaviour that make your lessons happier and more effective with no extra effort. 1. Groups of...

Welcome to the brand spanking new Vamoosh website, complete with this fabulous blog spot.  I’m hoping to use this spot to air new ideas, question old ideas and discuss everyday matters of interest to music teachers, parents and maybe the odd student. I have been compiling...