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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Last Thing Forgotten

Recently, while thinking about my article this month, I thought of a movie I watched a long time ago. 50 First Dates. “50 First Kisses” in Our Country…

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Science Symphony

The meaning and importance of music for all of us is different, and so is the time we devote to it. Most of us spend our lives listening to music, going to concerts, listening to it at home,…

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Listen, Listen and Feel Good.

When I was a kid, when I wasn't even going to school yet, there was such a mess at home in the evenings. As far as I can remember, I want to pass it on to you. My mother plays a cassette in her hand…

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