If You’re Making Any Of These 8 Mistakes In The Practice Room
(and everyone I’ve worked with makes at least 1) you’re holding yourself back! Get back on track today
Here’s a Sneak Peek at What You’ll Discover Inside…
- How Great Players Spend Most Of Their Time Succeeding In The Practice Room
- Why Sound Quality Is Often The First Casualty Of Concentration
- The Meaning Of “Relaxed Focus” And How To Achieve It
- The Important Of Setting Realistic, Achievable Goals For Yourself
- Why Your Practice Doesn’t Really Prepare You For Performance
Here’s What Alumni Say
Meet Your Guide, Nathan Cole
I’m Nathan Cole, First Associate Concertmaster of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and for the past twenty years, I’ve been helping professional violinists solve problems, win auditions, and transform their careers.
I grew up in Kentucky, then went to the Curtis Institute of Music. What a shock! I had some ground to make up, so I had to get used to major hours in the practice room.
But there was a problem: even with all those hours, I wasn’t learning the difficult rep any faster. I was inconsistent day to day, and worst of all, from the practice room to the stage. By the time I realized I needed help, I was out of school and on my own.
That’s when I decided that if I ever wanted to find out how far I could take my playing, I had to develop my own practice method. It had to give me steady gains that would stay with me under pressure. And it had to fit around my full-time orchestra job.
Now I’m able to share that method with a worldwide audience of tens of thousands, all from my home in Pasadena. Your audience is out there, too. I’d love to help you reach them!
Free Guide: 8 Most Common Practice Mistakes
If you’re making any of these mistakes in the practice room, you could be killing your progress and wasting your hard-earned time. Here’s what to do instead: