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Four Pillars

To Leland Means Early in my career I was teaching a high school student whose main interest was visual art. One day, her mother told me her daughter was worried that I was upset with her or frustrated because she … Continue reading

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Juggling

I have received a few questions about career and about making professional choices. These questions bother our university students as well as our high school students and their parents. Many parents are worried when their children show serious interest in … Continue reading

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The Garden

Many times, when we use the term music education, I feel embarrassed. I know what music is, but what is education? I read once in one of my Zen books that a teacher is like a good bonfire: while it … Continue reading

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Open Rehearsal

For those who have enjoyed reading “The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner” and “Pareto“. Here is a short video that summarizes those events.

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Pareto

← Previous part of this post. Ninety Percent is Less Than Halfway (Chinese Proverb) Right after our open rehearsal with The Jerusalem Conservatory Chamber Orchestra and our guests from College for All, the children had some activity with our students … Continue reading

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