Written by Krista Moyer
Published: December 23, 2014 at 4:46 PM [UTC]
My line of business doesn’t shut down for the holidays, so no extra days off are in the works. But I’m really motivated to buckle down and put in some quality practice in the evenings. My next lesson won’t be until after the first of the year so I have time to focus on some of the challenging bits in my current concerto, learn a new piece, and tackle a new etude. Even more exciting is that at my last lesson I was directed to order the music for the Bach Double. It feels like I have reached a major milestone. Now the real work can begin.
Sorry for the rant. Let us know how you do with the Bach Double!
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