Why is it that all too often students feel they have enough time to go back and rehearse something over and over again because they think they will remember the error the next time, but they don’t think they have enough time to mark it the first time they make a mistake? Training students to mark any error – right after they make it – is a game-changer for ensemble progress.
Peter Loel Boonshaft, Director of Education
About the Author
Dr. Boonshaft is the author of the critically acclaimed best-selling books Teaching Music with Passion, Teaching Music with Purpose, and Teaching Music with Promise. Dr. Boonshaft is currently on the faculty of Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, where he is Professor of Music and Director of Bands. He has also been named Director of Education for KHS America. He was honored by the National Association for Music Education and Music For All as the first recipient of the “George M. Parks Award for Leadership in Music Education.”
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