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How To Teach Music and Why You Should

The idea of teaching music may seem like an easy task for most people with a musical background. Having expert skills with an instrument enables you to teach others and you don’t need to have a degree unless you are working in an accredited school. If you have ever thought about teaching music in some way, whether at a school, at a studio, or out of your home, you should know that for a student, music education is not something…

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Interview: Jayne Carmichael Norrie on teaching music, singing and getting there

Jayne Carmichael Norrie

Jayne Carmichael Norrie recently signed up with Drooble as a Teacher and is already sharing great advices in the videos she’s posting! The uniqueness of your music will come through when you dedicate yourself to your craft. Please don’t settle for being a big fish in a small pond, always strive to be the best you possibly can be. Hi Jayne, tell us a bit about yourself and your music! I am a professional singing teacher living in Aberdeen, UK.…

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On learning, playing and teaching music – Philip Ockelford, Guitarist and Teacher

Guitarist and teacher Philip Ockelford

Philip Ockelford is a guitarist from the UK and he recently signed up as a Teacher on Drooble. We appreciate his efforts to bring knowledge to the community with his videos so we wanted to know more about him and his music! πŸ™‚   We live in strange times to be a musician. I think our value has never been lower, and yet the demand for music has never been higher. Consequently, relying on simply being, for example, a guitarist,…