February 2014 Newsletter

“When we generate positive emotions, we ignite creativity.”

The February 2014 issue of The Musician’s Way Newsletter coalesces more than 20 resources for performers, educators, and arts administrators.

You’ll find articles about boosting creativity, enhancing music practice, navigating the music business, and much more.

Want to be inspired by a musician who succeeded despite starting late and facing long odds? Check out the interview with flutist Marisela Sager.

Interested in attracting concert presenters? There’s an article with guidelines to help you differentiate yourself from other performers in your genre.

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2 Responses to “February 2014 Newsletter”

  1. Mary Hotten said:

    Mar 03, 14 at 15:49

    The musicians way is the best book I have read regarding how to practice and learn music with excellence,
    I keep it by my piano and refer to it during practice sessions.

  2. Gerald Klickstein said:

    Mar 03, 14 at 15:53

    That’s very kind of you to say, Mary. I”m pleased to know that The Musician’s Way is helping you on your musical journey, and I thank you for sharing your views here.