Practice Chart

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Practicing in the Marriott Hotel in Salt Lake City. Photo by Tanja Hollander.

Suzuki always said that every day you eat you should practice.  My intention is to play every day and I usually bring my violin when I travel.  Practicing in hotel rooms and new places often reveals new aspects of the music or practice routine as the acoustics are different.  Now and then I encourage students to play in their bathrooms for an auditory change of pace.

Attached is a pdf of the practice chart I use with some students.  Often a notebook that fits in the violin case pocket with practice notes written out by teacher or parent or student works best, but the practice chart helps direct a balanced practice routine.

PracticeChart

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