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One-Year Anniversary

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Gerald Klickstein

“Amassing the know-how of a professional musician takes time and diligence, but the personal investments you make will bring rewards beyond measure.”
The Musician’s Way, p. 314

This week marks the one-year anniversary of the launch of MusiciansWay.com and The Musician’s Way Blog. My book The Musician’s Way debuted in August of 2009.

I invite you to join me as I commemorate these occasions.

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BandDirector.com interviews Gerald Klickstein

In September, I sat down with one of the editors at BandDirector.com to discuss the content of my book The Musician’s Way and my motivations for writing it.

The interview was just published on their site.

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MusiciansWay.com Sponsors Music Competition

I’m pleased to announce that MusiciansWay.com will be a major sponsor of prize money for the junior division of the prestigious American String Teacher’s Association (ASTA) biennial National Solo Competition taking place in 2011.

The ASTA National Solo Competition has helped launch the careers of many eminent performers, among them, superstar violinist Joshua Bell, who won the Grand Prize in 1981.

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Strings Magazine Interviews Gerald Klickstein

At a recent national conference of the American String Teachers Association, I gave a talk titled “Fearless Performance” (which is also the name of part II of my book The Musician’s Way).

The session attracted a large audience, mostly comprised of music teachers, along with a smattering of students.

Some editors from Strings magazine attended as well, and, in the following weeks, they enlisted writer James Reel to conduct this interview.

© 2009 Gerald Klickstein