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UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

Please join us on January 18, 2020 as we host Molly Gebrian for the following presentations:

What Musicians Can Learn About Practicing From Current Brain Research - 10:00 AM

 

This presentation will focus on what neuroscientists have discovered about how our brains learn and how to apply these insights to practicing and teaching so that practicing becomes more efficient and effective, leading to enhanced performance ability, enjoyment, and confidence. Topics include:

• how to get rid of bad habits

• how to make things automatic/reliable

• the role of sleep in learning

• the power of mental practicing

• how to use the metronome to greatest effect, and

• the benefits of random practice for enhanced performance

Cost:

Adults $5.00

Children 14 and under FREE

The Neuroscience of Performing from Memory - 3:00 PM

 

Performing from memory is something all musicians will have to do at some point in their careers. For some, this prospect can be terrifying, whereas others seem to embrace the challenge with ease. This presentation will approach this topic from the view of neuroscience, looking at the neuroscience of memory in general, strategies for memorization, and specifically how musicians can improve their comfort with and mastery of performing from memory.

Cost:

Adults $5.00

Children 14 and under FREE

Molly Gebrian in Concert - 5:00 PM

Admission by donation

Molly Gebrian

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about Molly,

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