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Renate

 6 (musical) lessons from my kitchen

As someone who loves experimenting with food, my kitchen has taught me some valuable lessons over the years. Whether I’m staring down at my burnt pancakes in frustration, or excitedly watching my family devour a delicious new dish, I’ve often found cooking to be a wise teacher. Much of what I’ve discovered can be taken into the practice room too, which is why I’d like to share my discoveries with you today. 

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Tatiana

The forgotten flute level – an ode to early-intermediate players

If I had to find a metaphor to describe an early-intermediate player, I might describe them as that awkward middle child, the one caught between youth and maturity, trying very hard to grow up, but just not finding the right support. If you are or have been an early-intermediate player, you probably know exactly what I’m talking about!

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Renate

The power of a fresh start for flutists

Fresh starts can be daunting and scary, but they can also be such a powerful change agent, catapulting you forward in your flute journey. Learn more about how you can harness the power of new beginnings!

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