Making technique fun

In part 1 of this series (which you can read here) I likened technique to a plate of vegetables- it’s colourful, has lots of different textures, you can do lots with it, and it is terribly good for you. But not everyone likes to eat their veggies, and sometimes even the best cooked Brussel sprout just needs a little something extra to help it go down. So here’s 3 tips for making technique fun (or at least palatable!) Continue reading Making technique fun

3 Questions to help you be a better harp teacher

Around the world, you can almost hear the collective sighs of exhausted relief as teachers stumble towards holidays. In the northern hemisphere, it’s the long summer break, while in the south we shiver towards the winter recess. But it matters not if the weather out there is frightful or delightful, there is no time like the present to take stock of your time and teaching. Continue reading 3 Questions to help you be a better harp teacher