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Musicians! Ingredients for Success – Julie Lyonn Lieberman – myTalentForge Livestream Workshop
March 20 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm MDT$25
Exclusive livestream workshop with Julie Lyonn Lieberman: multi-style, ergonomically based acoustic/amplified performer and educator
While teaching at Mark O’Connor’s camp when it was in Nashville many decades ago, I sat down to lunch with a number of the faculty. A very famous fiddler bemoaned the fact that his playing hadn’t improved for years. He said, “I guess everyone hits a glass ceiling they’re never able to overcome.
He looked like he wanted us to commiserate with him. Everyone kept eating, but I said, “It all depends on how you practice.”
While driving to my next job in TN, I started to wonder how many other amateur and professional players might believe this is true. How about you? Do you think or feel that way?
In my session on March 20th, we’re going to take a deep dive into this issue and much more.
— Do you have difficulty allocating time to practice? Learn some cool tips to handle that.
— Every thought you have influences how your nervous system responds when you play. Does your mind imitate a run-away horse? We will address the emotions and thoughts that are detrimental to practice and musicianship.
— Do you feel discouraged when you hear someone who plays better than you? I will address this pitfall and provide you with a new approach.
— Are there technical problems you’ve been meaning to address, but never get to or do for a time and then slide back? In my experience—after teaching thousands of players across four decades—it’s rather common. We will address this problem.
— If there’s time leftover, I’ll happily address any questions you have about the art of learning and creating music.
I’m looking forward to the opportunity to support your musical journey!
March 20, 2021 – 2:00PM MDT
Cost: myTalentForge Members – Free, non-members – $25.00
JULIE LYONN LIEBERMAN has helped develop the multi-style string field over the last forty+ years through her work as an educator, author, radio producer, composer, writer, recording artist, and performer. She is the author of nine music books and six DVDs for string players that cover a wide array of skills and styles, three books for all musicians including her critically acclaimed book, You Are Your Instrument, two dozen multi-style string orchestra scores, fifty articles for music magazines such as STRINGS Magazine, STRAD, and Fiddler Magazine, and two National Public Radio Series totaling seven one-hour shows on improvisational string players.
Julie has conducted string teacher training workshops, school residencies, and workshops across the U.S. She has performed on and off Broadway as well as in folk and jazz clubs throughout the United States, Canada, Guatemala, France and Scotland. She is an NS Design performance artist as well as a D’Addario Premiere String Educator.
She co-launched the multi-style training program, Strings Without Boundaries, in 2003, has five recordings of original music to her credit, and has performed with a number of pop/rock/blues and roots styles musicians across her extensive career. She was the first to teach world music and improvisation at Juilliard, as well as in a number of prestigious conservatories, colleges and universities. Of particular note, is her work with injured musicians world-wide as the first to author a book on the topic titled You Are Your Instrument, as well as a number of spin-off videos. Her books and DVDs are distributed through Hal Leonard and available on Amazon.
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How to Attend:
- Register Below if you’re not a myTalentForge member (if you’re a member, you’re already registered! Your zoom link is available here)
- Save Your Registration Email–this has your zoom link to join on the day of the workshop (it’s labeled “Download)
- At the time of the workshop, click the Download button in your registration email to join us!