Mikiyas Chernet on Seifu EBS stage playing “Gudaye”

Being the finest at what you do can assure your success and make every performance unforgettable for the audience, whether you play the guitar, violin, trumpet, or any other type of musical instrument. While some great musicians put in long hours of practice each day, others put in little to no work, yet they continue to get better and better as they mature. Being able to play your instrument properly depends on a variety of things, and we’ll look at some of them now: As with anything in life, practice makes perfect, so the more you do it, the better you’ll get. You should practice as effectively as you can to get the most out of your time. Make sure your practice sessions are well-organized to achieve this. Any instrument can be played with the help of highly developed brain functions and muscle memory. Any instrument we play uses a lot of ligaments and muscles, and training them requires well-organized practice. It is an ambitious aim to be able to play flawlessly, but if you divide it up into smaller jobs and concentrate on just one at a time, you will gradually achieve those little goals, which will aid you in achieving your more ambitious musical ambitions.
Choose An Experienced Tutor – Even if you have performed on stage and played your instrument for a long time, it is still necessary to work with an experienced tutor or instructor who can teach you new skills, help you kick old habits, and generally help you become a better player. Make sure your instructor has strong interpersonal skills so they can give you the inspiration and support you need to advance your learning.

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