Everyone's Wonder Boy?

Child prodigy! It has turned into a saying that is heard a lot today and that I follow with sadness as I see it in the posts and read it in the interviews. Sometimes the news…

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A Musician's Holiday

If you play a musical instrument and this is not just a hobby for you but your profession, then you should look at the concept of "holiday" from different perspectives...

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Through the Eyes of a Pianist

The phenomenon of “correpetition”, which we can describe as a complement to individual instrument, singing and ballet training, is the most important part of our work, which should always be emphasized, valued and not postponed.

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Have Things Turned Around?

For years, I have had the chance to experience that beyond the teacher-student communication in instrument education, there are many sharing opportunities with the opportunity to work one-on-one. With healthy dialogue…

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Are We Aware of the Treasure Near Us?

The importance of starting music, sports and language education at a very young age is an undeniable fact. In these training areas where talent occupies a significant percentage, genetics…

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Are We Drowning in Competitions?

One of the most important parts of the development process of a person who receives instrument training professionally is the goals set before him. In our exam-based education system, this…

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