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What We Imagine, We Can Create

Posted by Andrew Jennings on May 1, 2018 3:16:03 PM


The performing arts are quite unique. They require both formal knowledge and skilled technique, both converging in pursuit of creation. When it comes to learning to play the violin, some say that only all-in focus on theory and technical training will bring success. Others advocate for immersion in playing itself, “getting to the heart of the music”, keeping formality in the background. University of Michigan professor of violin Andrew Jennings, in his response to a blog post about the value of a music degree, provides a deeper perspective, well worth sharing again in advance of the upcoming graduation season.

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Topics: School, Music Degree, Conservatory

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