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Interview with Michael Tree, Part III

In the final installment of our interview with violist Michael Tree, Mr. Tree shares with us some of his concepts about practicing.
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Interview with Michael Tree, Part II

In the continuation of our interview with violist Michael Tree he tells us how he became a violist, the start of the Guarneri Quartet, and some fascinating stories about The Guarneri and Artur Rubinstein recording project.
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Interview with Michael Tree, Part I

Hans Jørgen Jensen interviewed violist Michael Tree at the Young Artist Program in Ottawa, Canada on June 17, 2011. The interview will be published in three parts. In part I, Michael Tree talks about his early memories of violin study with his father Samuel Applebaum.
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Consistency of Practicing

Consistency is the key behind any process. Practicing is no exception. Check out Emily Wright’s personal reflection on practicing and see what you can learn from it.
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Jeff Bradetich: “The Ultimate Challenge”

Jeff Bradetich shares with us his six rules for successful practice. Learn how they can EMPOWER YOU!
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Daily Bow: Prodigious Compassion

Daily Bow: Prodigious Compassion

Daily Bow Logo Sometimes the most amazing things can come from the most unexpected places. Learn about an incredible 10-year old violin prodigy whose heart is even greater than her skills.
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Angela Beeching: “What’s Your Business Model?”

Angela Beeching: “What’s Your Business Model?”

Professional Slider Version In the first cross-post of Angela Beeching’s “Monday Bytes,” we pose the question: “What’s Your Business Model?”
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Flight of the Blackbird

eighth blackbird, the Chicago-based contemporary music ensemble, can teach us a great deal about how to make an impact in classical music.
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