|Posted by Simon Bjarning on January 20, 2018 at 3:45 PM||comments (0)|
In the previous blog, I wrote about staying organized. The benefit of staying organized comes only when what's organized is also being practiced.
When I'm not getting to practice what I set up for myself, I re-organize. Simple as that. I move the small tiles around in my calendar. Freedom becomes time-restricted. So it is possible (maybe even in one day) to get time to practice, compose, teach, perform and being there for the family when needed. Staying organized takes the stress out of it - for the most part.
|Posted by Simon Bjarning on January 19, 2018 at 6:40 AM||comments (0)|
I recently had a great talk with my mentor, teacher and friend Dom Famularo. We talked about the best way of getting organized. It's easy for me to forget things, so I'm simply writing things down. Everything's in my iphone calendar with reminders. Simple as that. I'm getting more effective practice in these days and I feel the growth as a musician.
|Posted by Simon Bjarning on April 3, 2017 at 10:20 PM||comments (0)|
Hi there! My wife and I formed a duo recently, called the Washington St. Ambient Collective. We perform ambient music with electronica, drums, and traditional instruments such as the French horn (that's what my wife plays). So far I've got a FB like page up, actual website to come. We play in our local area but will be recording some numbers in the studio soon. We are very excited about this project.
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