Printer-friendly version
Joshua Iyer

Happy 2013!

January 1, 2013 at 6:15 PM

Well, it's 2013! A whole new year, free to do whatever! Of course, many put on some New Year Resolutions, and that is what I'm going to attempt to do in this entry, but they'll all be related to my violin. Luckily, this time it's easy for me because it's my first New Year on violinist.com, so I don't have to worry about repeating myself from last year. So allons-y! Molto bene! :)

1. Practice violin at least an hour per day (or six hours per week, getting a day off). If this is too hard during the school year, then shoot for half an hour per day.

2. Learn and record some new songs on Garageband with an all-violin orchestra.

3. Compose a movie soundtrack. (This will most likely be done in the summer.)

4. Upload more classical music violin performances to YouTube; I've barely any.

5. Continue work on Symphony No. 1: Mvt. II! (And just compose more in general!)

This entry has been archived and is no longer accepting comments.

Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram Email

Violinist.com is made possible by...

Shar Music
Shar Music

Pirastro Strings
Pirastro Strings

Corilon Violins
Corilon Violins

Colburn School: Chamber Music Intensive
Colburn School: Chamber Music Intensive

Find a Summer Music Program
Find a Summer Music Program

Dimitri Musafia, Master Maker of Violin and Viola Cases
Dimitri Musafia, Master Maker of Violin and Viola Cases

Violinist.com Shopping Guide
Violinist.com Shopping Guide

Metzler Violin Shop

Bein & Company

Bay Fine Strings Violin Shop

Leatherwood Bespoke Rosin

Annapolis Bows & Violins

Los Angeles Violin Shop

String Masters

Bobelock Cases

Things 4 Strings LLC

Violin-Strings.com

Viola-Strings.com

Baerenreiter

Fiddlerman.com

FiddlerShop

Sleepy Puppy Press

Jargar Strings

J.R. Judd Violins, LLC

Southwest Strings

Nazareth Gevorkian Violins

Laurie's Books

Discover the best of Violinist.com in these collections of editor Laurie Niles' exclusive interviews.

Violinist.com Interviews Volume 1
Violinist.com Interviews Volume 1, with introduction by Hilary Hahn

Violinist.com Interviews Volume 2
Violinist.com Interviews Volume 2, with introduction by Rachel Barton Pine

Subscribe