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Do you help a young musician in your life practice? Are you a teacher that works with young musicians? Hosted by Christine Goodner, an experienced violin and early childhood music teacher. and author of Beyond the Music Lesson & Positive Practice, resources all about how to help families make music practice at home more effective with less conflict. TIME TO PRACTICE will bring you weekly conversations with performers, teachers, and students that will help, encourage and support you as you su ...
 
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Beyond the Music Lesson is an interview style podcast about learning music, teaching music, and parenting music students. Hosts Abigail Peterson and Christine Goodner share from their own experiences growing up learning music, as teachers, and as parents and each episode also features an interview with an expert to help share useful tips and information with listeners. Listen weekly for inspiration!
 
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Today we're doing something a little bit different . . . Christine is sharing five practice tips to keep in mind when supporting the young musicians in your life. Detailed show notes and transcript available HERE Find Christine's Books: Beyond the Music Lesson & Positive Practice Find Christine on Instagram @SuzukiTriangle Sign up for the next Pep …
 
Today we're speaking with Chenoa Alamu Murphy who is a violinist, teacher, and speaker who offers fabulous courses online about Black Classical Composers & Musicians, as well as Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We talk about diversifying our repertoire, some of her story as a musician, incorporating music history we wish we had known growing up, m…
 
On this week’s podcast, we’re talking to Ruth Meints. Ruth is the Executive Director of the Omaha Conservatory of Music and creator of String Sprouts, a program that connects over 1200 students in her community to music lessons. Ruth has a new book: The Music Teacher’s Little Guide to Big Motivation and I can’t wait to dive in and talk to her all a…
 
On this week’s episode, we’re talking to two cellists from Salt Lake City who are performers, teachers, parents, and workshop clinicians and who run a wonderful cello choir together that has been especially inspiring to them and their students this past year. Kelly McConkie Steward: www.instagram.com/mcstewart_cellostudio http://www.stewartcellostu…
 
Today we're speaking with violinist, teacher, and author Diane Worthey. Diane teaches in the preparatory Strings Division at the University of Idaho and is the author of the recent book IN ONE EAR & OUT THE OTHER: ANTONIA BRICO & HER AMAZINGLY MUSICAL LIFE and the recipient of the 2021 Paterson Prize for Young Readers. We discussed her journey with…
 
On this week’s episode we are speaking with cellist, parent and music educator Maria De Alba. Director of the International Suzuki Monterrey Festival for 7 years and Festival Bach to Cello for 2 years.She currently lives in Europe, Poland where she directs the Suzuki Cello Studio with students from Poland, Mexico and the USA. We talk all about pare…
 
On this week's podcast we're talking about music practice, motivation and how sometimes practicing music looks like being a kid with Elementary Music Educator Bryson Tarbet. Bryson is a PreK-6th grade general music teacher just outside of Columbus, Ohio. He received his Bachelor’s of Music in Music Education from Ohio Wesleyan University and is cur…
 
On this week’s episode, we are speaking with Dr. Shu-Yi Scott. Dr. Shu-Yi Scott holds a MM in cello performance from Penn State University and a DMA in cello performance from the University of Texas at Austin. She became a registered Suzuki cello teacher trainer in 2019. In this episode, we talked about practice, parenting, and how young musicians …
 
In today's episode we're talking Laura Sinclair - a violinist, violist, performer and educator all about how to learn together, about ourselves and our children, as we practice. We talk about practice, big feelings that happen in the practice room, brain research and much more. Find links to Laura’s social media and resources here: https://linktr.e…
 
On this episode, we talk to Rebecca Lane. Rebecca is the director, founder, and owner of Lane Music School. She co-hosts the Kids Q the Music Podcast with her daughter Zara and coaches teachers and professional musicians in their businesses. She is a violinst, a teacher, a mom and we talk about embarrassing practice stories, practice with our child…
 
Calida Jones is a violinist with her Masters in Violin Performance and Suzuki Pedagogy from the Hartt School. She has taught in a variety of music settings including Suzuki and El-Sistema-inspired programs. Calida is an activist, consultant, and speaker. She is the former Director of Engagement at the Hartt School and has just begun a new role as V…
 
In this episode we talk to Dr. Molly Gebrian, a violist, performer, and teacher who is an expert on the topic of music and the brain. We discuss what practice was like for her growing up, when she knew she wanted to become a professional musician, her background in neuroscience and what she has learned about effective practice that you might be abl…
 
In this episode, we’re talking with Kimberley Wong a violinist and Suzuki teacher from London. Kimberley is passionate about helping parents and families make music practice less stressful and more effective. We discuss how important it is to have community and not feel alone, Kimberley’s 3 E’s for practice, and what studying music when we’re young…
 
In this episode we talk to Abigail Peterson, a violinist, Suzuki teacher, Suzuki parent, and my co-host from the Beyond the Music Lesson Podcast. We talk about what practice was like as a professional musician and practice partner to young children over the last 18 months, motivation for music students, understanding your child’s unique needs to he…
 
Join us in Episode 40 as we talk to Rachel Samson and Neil Gilfillian of Chili Dog Strings. We talk about tips for Summer Practice, keeping inspiration alive as teachers and for our students, and hear all about Neil & Rachel's new project for violin students: The Twinkle Factory. Links from today's show: Bulletproof Musician Blog Kids Aren't Lazy: …
 
Join us as we talk about how to help with the cost of attending Summer Camps and Institutes in our tip of the week. Abbey has a new technology tip to share and Christine has a tip for keeping teens engaged in music. We are thrilled to have Allison Woerner with us to talk about students with disabilities, older beginners and words of wisdom from bot…
 
On this week's episode we announce our Beyond the Music Lesson Book Club pick for next month. We also share a tip about planning for summer and a great resource that Christine is going to use in her next group class. We had a great conversation with Brittany Gardner about practicing with our own children, one we plan to recommend to all the parents…
 
This week we answer a listener question about helping their child learn to keep a steady beat & both Christine and Abbey share a book recommendation. We are thrilled to have best selling author Jeff Goins on the podcast this episode talking about his own music studies, what it's like to be the parent of a music student, how we define success & fail…
 
Join us as we answer a listener question about the dangers of a child learning too fast. Christine and Abbey both share tips that they've been finding especially useful lately. And we have a wonderful interview with Liz Trinidad, a piano and flute teacher, and how she teaches students to practice effectively and why she is so passionate about doing…
 
Join Christine & Abbey as they talk about how to support your child as they learn to read music, and share resources about where to find practice games and how to get in more listening. We also have a great conversation with Stacy Smith, Violin teacher and mom of 5 music students. Hear all about what it's like to practice at home with multiple chil…
 
Join Abby & Christine as they answer a listener question about perfectionism and share their tips for the week. Our guest this week is Claire Allen and we're talking all about female composers and how to bring their work and music into our teaching studios! Trello & Master Trello for Business e-course Suzuki Association of the Americans Institute L…
 
On this week's episode we answer a question about students taking more initiative to practice. We also share a few resources we love including a podcast and a fiction book we think you'll enjoy. We are thrilled to be talking to Clara Hardie of Detroit Youth Volume about her work with the program and ideas that can inspire us all to improve access t…
 
Beyond the Music Lesson is turning one! Join Abbey & Christine as they share more of the story about how the podcast started and share some of the tips that have made the biggest impact on them this past year. Do you have a favorite tip you've heard on the podcast this year? Share it with us on Facebook or Instagram…
 
Join Christine & Abbey as they talk about their goal setting for the new year and share their tips for the week. Christine has a book recommendation and Abbey shares how she plans to help herself stay on track with one of her big goals for the year. We also have a conversation you won't want to miss with creativity expert and musician Melissa Dinwi…
 
Today we're excited to share part two of our interview with Amy Beth Horman. Join us as we talk about what practice is like in her house, a resource she uses all the time, what inspired her to start her own podcast, and her advice for parents. If you haven't listened to the first half of this interview yet be sure to go back and find Episode 29. En…
 
This week's we are thrilled to have Amy Beth Horman on the podcast. We had such a great conversation with her that we are releasing it in two episodes that you won't want to miss. In this first half hear about a defining moment that happened to Amy Beth during a performance as a teen and how it influences the way she practices with her daughter. We…
 
On this week's episode Christine & Abbey talk about ideas for keeping practice going over the holidays. Abbey shares a tip for a type of musical performance to look for in your area and Christine shares an idea for finding holiday tunes to try at home. We have Shelly Davis of The Piano Parent Podcast on the podcast to talk about how podcasting has …
 
On this week's podcast Abbey and Christine answer a question about fitting in practice with your schedule feels like it's just too full. Abbey shares a tip that working with her son in practice and Christine shares a book recommendation. We have Brecklyn Ferrin on the show today who shares her perspective as a teacher who is now the parent of a you…
 
On this week's episode we answer a listener question about keeping practice from becoming stale and give tips about managing to do lists and managing practice for teens. We also talk to Colleen Fitzgerald who expertly works with the teens in her program to keep them engaged in music lessons. You don't want to miss this interview if you have a teen …
 
On this week's episode Christine and Abby answer a question about creating community and announce our book club book for the fall. Get your copy at your local library or here: How to Talk So Kids Can Learn . If you want to send us your comments about the book you can email us at BeyondtheMusicLesson@gmail.com. Show Notes Kela's Website | Facebook |…
 
On this week's episode we discuss how to work through music students being tired when they first start full-day school. We also share an organizational tip and a listening idea. Our guest today is Michele Horner. Her great book has helped many teachers and families understand their students better. Today we do a deep dive with her on understanding …
 
On this week's episode Abbey and Christine discuss how to help students through the middle school age slump that many students experience. We also share tips from what is working for their own studios this fall. Our interview guest is Andrea Miller of the Music Studio Startup Podcast and Blog - great information about how teachers can communicate w…
 
This week Christine and Abbey as they discussion a listener question about a child that wants to quit because they dislike practice and hear a tips about how they get their own practice in their busy schedules. This week is also a great interview with Oregon Symphony violist Jennifer Arnold. Hear how she structures her own practice, her time as a s…
 
This week we answer a listener question about the proper way to move on to a new studio and Christine and Abbey both share a tip from what is working in their studio's right now. Our interview this week is with Kenesha Ryce, Author of Vio's Violin a great new illustrated children's book that we both love. Show Notes Vio's Violin on the We Imagine M…
 
We're excited to be back for season two! Join Abbey and Christine as we answer a listener question about helping turn around negative practice session and each share a tip that is helping us right now. We also talk to Jodie St. Clair from Adventures in Suzuki Parenting and it's a conversation you won't want to miss. Show Notes: Erin Condren Teacher…
 
Join Abbey and Christine as we discuss the book Practice Perfect in our last summer school episode! Show Notes Practice Perfect by Doug Lemov, Erica Woolway, and Katie Yezzi Teach Like a Champion by Doug Lemov If you are enjoying the show, please leave us a rating or review on Apple Podcasts. This helps our show reach more people! Follow us on Face…
 
On today's podcast Abbey and Christine talk about preparing for recitals. We discuss some of what teachers must do before the big day and important things for parents to know as well. We also tackle the topic of "What piece will be play?" We'd love to hear what you would add to this discussion. Send us an email at BeyondtheMusicLesson@gmail.com or …
 
Join Abbey and Christine in their lively discussion of ideas for practice during the summer that they have learned from their years as students, teachers, and parents. Our second summer school episode is full of ideas you can use in your house or in your studio with the students you work with. In our next episode we'll be discussing Practice Perfec…
 
Join us for our first summer school episode as we discuss Benjamin Hardy's new book Willpower Doesn't Work. How does the book tie in to studying music? (hint: really well!). Do Abbey and Christine use any of the principles in the book? What did they learn that they want to add into their own daily life? Links from today's discussion: Willpower Does…
 
Today on the podcast we talk about the importance of informal performances, Christine shares a listening suggestion from the Harlem Quartet and Abbey talks to Christine about peaceful, productive practice. This is a great episode for anyone who practices with their child, or works with parents who do! Links from Today's Show Harlem Quartet's Album …
 
On this week's podcast we talk with Amy Matherly about group classes, she has great tips and ideas to share! We also answer a listener question about keeping the non practice parent involved in music lessons and share a tip about staying motivated over the summer. Show Notes Article about Summer Practice on Christine's Blog Maestro Classics CD Coll…
 
On this week's podcast we are giving you a preview of what's coming up this summer on the show! Abbey and Christine will tell you all about our "Summer School" sessions and invite you to participate. You can always send us an email at BeyondtheMusicLesson@gmail.com. Links from today's show June's Book Club Pick: Willpower Doesn't Work by Benjamin H…
 
This week we answer a listener question about rushing through practice and how to help our children and students slow down a bit and focus more! We have a great conversation with Laurita Jauregui about her work in Portland, OR with BRAVO, Oregon's only current El Sistema Program. We talk about how the program started and how it is impacting student…
 
On this episode Christine shares a tip for turning around bad practice attitudes and Abbey shares a newly released album that she got a chance to listen to in advance. We also answer a listener question and have a great conversation with Elizabeth Day about how to teach effectively in a school setting. There are great takeaways for parents and teac…
 
This week we answer a question about left handed students and if it's a consideration when starting an instrument. Abbey shares a tip from our friend and colleague Rachel Ludt that has been a huge help in home practice at her house. We also announce our winner of the March rate & review contest. Thanks to everyone who participated! Today we are tal…
 
Welcome to this week's episode! We share new tips, a great listening suggestion and answer a new listener question. On this week's episode we're talking to Hadley Johnson Gibbons about her book From Suzuki to Mozart: A History of the Repertoire from Suzuki Violin Books 1-10 and why learning music history is important for students of all ages. Links…
 
On Today's episode we answer a listener question about when a child is talking too much in the music lesson and share our tips of the week. Our guest on the show is educator and trombonist Anthony Mazzocchi. He is also author of the book The Music Parent's Guide: A Survival Kit for the New Music Parent. We had a great conversation about success in …
 
On today's episode Christine & Abbey answer a listener question about what to do when a student talks too much in the lesson. They also give their tip of the week & a new listening suggestion. Laurie Niles of Violinist.com is the guest today & shares how the website got started and how it has evolved over the many years since it began. She also tal…
 
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