How sharing your music to get peer inspiration helps you improve your piano playing.
by Jenny Leigh Hodgins
Catch the replay of my Tuesday Piano Tips LIVE on Facebook to go behind the scenes with me and learn how sharing your piano music brings you inspiration from your peers that helps you improve your piano playing.
Do you struggle with performance anxiety? Are you nervous about playing your piano for others?
One of the best antidotes for that is regularly tackling it. As I mentioned in today's LIVE--with a quote from Eleanor Roosevelt--facing your fear strengthens courage and confidence!
How does this apply to piano performance anxiety? Use incremental performance strategies like recording your performance as a practice!
Watch the replay (below) to gain insight into your piano progress and things to improve.
Want to get unbiased, supportive peer feedback to help you breakthrough to a new level in your piano playing skills?
Share your recording with the New and Returning Piano Learners Facebook group.
In today's LIVE, I showed how to simply create your practice video or go LIVE with your piano performance inside our musical oasis of piano support.
Use today's tips and ideas to get positive and helpful peer feedback on your piano progress.
Use this group as a kind of masterclass where you can practice your performance and/or practice your music with goals to improve.
In a masterclass, you get quality feedback from other like-minded piano players. There are players below, at the same, and above your piano level inside the New and Returning Piano Learners Facebook group. You can get helpful insight from sharing and hearing from your peers in this group.
Piano Practice Challenge
Join our Piano Practice Challenge every week! We set daily, weekly, and piano session goals for ourselves. Watch for the posts about the Piano Practice Challenge! Chime in with where you are in your practice this week! This keeps us all motivated to move forward in piano progress!
How many days will you plan to practice this week? If you haven’t set that goal, you need to do that. Without a set goal, you won’t reach the result you want!
See inside my piano practice setup and what I do with lighting, my tripod, keyboard view, and audio settings. Click below to watch the replay!
How sharing your piano music brings you peer inspiration to improve your piano playing.
I encourage you to start where you are. Imperfection is accessible and relatable. Don’t aim for perfection. Aim to improve!
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