Wild confessions of a professional flutist.

About

I am a flutist with two music degrees and 40 years of playing experience.  It is time for me to come clean – I hate practicing.  I love making music, performing, playing great repertoire, working with other musicians, and teaching, but practicing is absolutely the worst part of my job.  Lots of people think that they must love every minute of mastering an instrument (or other art form) in order to be successful.  I am here to prove them wrong.

Check out my music school’s website at www.musicmakersnh.com, and the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/musicmakersnh.

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  1. Love the title of your blog…and your honesty!

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