We greatly appreciate our students who come for harp lessons on a regular basis every week and have established a good learning routine. But practising outside of class is just as important! Here’s why:
- Consistent practice helps students improve their playing technique, finger agility, hand coordination, and overall musicality. These skills show significant progress when combined with regular practice, not just limited to class learning.
- Playing the harp requires muscle memory. Regular practice helps cultivate muscle memory so that hands and fingers instinctively find the correct notes and positions on the harp. Through consistent practice, muscles become more comfortable with complex movements.
- Progress on the harp is directly proportional to the time and effort put into consistent practice. Whether it’s learning new pieces, mastering challenging techniques, or improving musical interpretation, focused practice leads to progress, enhancing fluency and confidence while playing.
- By setting goals and breaking down challenging sections, especially in complex rhythms, students can tackle these challenges head-on through regular practice. Breaking down difficult parts and practisingthem consistently allows for more effective overcoming of difficulties.
- Witnessing the fruits of their continuous and consistent practice brings joy and a sense of fulfilment. These elements serve as motivation and increase the love for the harp.
We understand that students have various commitments and may not be able to practice the harp every day. Therefore, we encourage students to make their practice sessions valuable by incorporating certain conditions:
- A positive and proactive mindset
- Good mental state
- Focus and concentration
- Practice aligned with specific goals
Our dedicated and professional harp instructors at our centre are wholeheartedly committed to teaching all students. What touches us the most is the students’ passion for the harp. Through weekly lessons and regular practice, their harp skills continue to improve. If you’re interested in exploring the harp, feel free to reach out to us for more information.