Hello folks! I hope you all had a thoroughly enjoyable Christmas and New Year holiday season! I had an absolutely wonderful time travelling back to the UK to visit family and friends in the frozen northern hemisphere. Back to work now though!
Before I launch fully into this year’s blog posting (and I have a good number of post topics in mind for you for the next couple of months already!) I thought I’d check in with you, dear reader. I thought I’d check in with you and ask you what it is that you really want.
Is there a burning question you have about the classical guitar or guitar playing?
Is there something you’re stuck on in your learning that you’d like some thoughts, tips and advice on?
Do you have something you’d like to share with others, in relation to classical guitar, in the form of a guest post perhaps?
Do you have an exam, audition or recital coming up and looking for some tips?
Do you have seemingly inexplicable aches and pains that arise when you’re playing?
Are you looking for some thoughts and guidance on a particular aspect of classical guitar technique or musical expression?
Not sure how to best approach your practice time?
Do you suffer from stage fright and looking for assistance?
Are you looking for some new music to listen to but not sure where to begin?
Are you just approaching classical guitar and/ or classical music for the first time (or first in a long time) and looking for some guidance?
Just some thoughts for you….
I write this blog with the purposes of sharing information, making the classical guitar and classical music accessible to all, helping those learning the instrument and helping artists reach wider audiences. I write it for you! As such I really want to make it as relevant as possible to you.
So please do feel free to respond using the comment box below or email me at email@example.com with your thoughts and ideas for things you’d like to see on the blog this year.