I've always considered myself a high achiever. I've never gotten a C or below, actually.
Today I received my results for English and Science exams. 39/40 for english and 45/45 for science. Sadly, I realised how detrimental my reactions were. 'oh thank god' for science and 'shit not perfect marks I did so bad'. I know this is something that will be very detrimental to my later years, so how can I help myself realise that it's okay to not be perfect and to celebrate? Cheers.
My teacher assigned my Vivaldi summer Presto for my AmusA diploma, and I need serious help with the strings crossing in the 'solo' sections.
My fingers are completely fine, but my bowing skills are horrible and I miss hitting clear notes, especially on the middle string. Can anyone recommend some exercises or tips?
Hey New Yorkers,
I'm doing a 3 month job placement at a law firm in Midtown / Financial District and need some help finding a neighbourhood.
My top three priorities are:
Cultural scene (I want to be close to art galleries & performing arts centers. I know. Pretentious.)
Liveliness (greenery and chill restaurants)
My placement includes a $2500 stipend for rent and I pay the rest, so money isn't a huuge deal. Thank you all!
I have studied violin for 5 years, currently doing AMEB grade 7. However, i have figured out that my base technique is holding me back significantly. What are the best books for improving my base technique (i.e fischer basics, galamian principles etc.). As the books are quite expensive, I would like to know which is the best purchase. Thanks!
Sound really dumb, but I wanted to buy brush pens and highlighters then realised that tombow could be a highlighter.
I'd be using light colours, sky blue, light purple/ grey etc. Also the text underneath would be pen. Thanks alot!