The Ridgewood Conservatory’s unique 3-lesson Try an Instrument program offers a wonderful “jump-start” to learning an instrument.
Find out why we’ve created this special opportunity for our students…
Mastering any physical skill takes practice to help us perform with more ease, speed, and confidence. But what does practice actually do to make us better at things?
This excerpt from the TED ED video explains the effect practice has on human biology and gives important tips on how to practice MOST effectively.
Thank you to Cal Schwartz of NJDiscover.com for his wonderful article about The Ridgewood Conservatory!
A highly regarded journalist, Cal is famous for bringing news about his many passions and discoveries to the public. We are honored that he thought so highly of our school, our amazing faculty and our diverse programs that he choose to describe us in such glowing terms!
Although playing a musical instrument can be great fun, and performing in public is often exhilarating – practicing an instrument every day can be SO boring! We know very few professional musicians who just love to practice. We know even fewer students who are enamored of the process.
Check out some of our ideas on getting your child to practice.