Amateur Performers Practice One Way; Professionals Just The Opposite

Hey there, hero!

They say that the old sayings are the best.

And the one I’m sharing with you today is from the turn of the 20th century.

It is still powerful, and very very important to performers.

It has to do with how you operate, practice and get better.

Hope this helps!



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  1. This resonates very much with me, because I’m all about the fundamentals. THIS is the Golden Ticket — that saying is absolutely true and I thank you for sharing it with everyone.

  2. I love this, David. I’m somehow reminded of a portion of my dear friend Stephen McKinley Henderson’s commencement address at Juilliard a few years back: “More than ever you must be freed by technique to discover and innovate, balancing precision and passion. Don’t get it right, get it true.”