How to enjoy music even in the Corona Vortex
Jan 4, 2022
How is everyone doing as the Corona vortex continues?
Recently, live concerts and other events have been coming back, but you may feel that your enjoyment has decreased because you can't cheer during a live concert.
As a result, I stay at home. ・・・・
No matter what kind of world we live in, there are many ways to enjoy music!
In this article, I would like to discuss how to enjoy music even in the Corona Vortex.
◆Practice your instrument carefully!
Take advantage of the long hours you spend at home to improve your instrumental performance!
Try a full menu of basic exercises that you usually tend to skip.
After a mood of self-restraint, you may be able to show off your performance with a new skin.
◆Enjoy videos such as streaming!
Currently, the scale of live performances and concerts is shrinking.
However, professional performers are living creatures that would die if they did not perform.
For this reason, live concerts with smaller audiences and performance streaming are becoming more and more common.
Last year, when a live performance of a Wagner opera was broadcast without an audience, 10,000 people were said to have attended.
It can be said that music fans' interest and thirst for live performances has not diminished at all.
They see it as an opportunity for output!
More time at home means more time at your desk.
In other words, it can be seen as an environment in which you are ready to compose and arrange music!
Even if you normally perform mainly, why not take this opportunity to try your hand at writing and arranging your own music?
There is a lot of information on composition and arrangement on the Internet.
If you need theory books, equipment, etc., you can have them delivered to your home.
In addition to composing and arranging, you might also try writing lyrics or writing a column.
In preparation for the aftermath of the mood of self-restraint, try to engage in output that you normally cannot do!
◆Take online lessons!
Lesson Grid allows you to take lessons from the comfort of your own home 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Unlike face-to-face music lessons, online lessons tend to have more lesson slots than face-to-face lessons because the instructor gives lessons from his/her home.
This makes it easier for students to adjust their schedules.
Why don't you take this opportunity to try taking online lessons?
We look forward to hearing from you.