September means a fresh start!

Who doesn’t love September? We can already feel that the air is fresher, which is very welcome after the hot and humid summer we’ve had. The sun is still shining as everyone dons their school uniforms once more and creates unfathomable morning and evening traffic chaos again. New stationary! New school shoes! And very importantly: returning to music lessons again. (Or for the first time!)

Now don’t worry, as the Sorting Hat’s rhyme goes in Harry Potter:

“Our heads could do with filling,
With some interesting stuff,
For now they’re bare and full of air,
Dead flies and bits of fluff.”

We teachers know what it’s like to come back to lessons after a long time!  That may mean two months, or twenty years. Either way, there’s no need to be shy, you should just march in and try your best!

I am looking forward to getting back into the swing of things and have already begun this term’s teaching. This summer has been very busy with a LOT of singing! Between recitals, concerts and the weddings of two very dear friends, this  summer has been exhausting and satisfying. I’m definitely looking forward to getting back to teaching, though I have one more recital to give tomorrow.

Song writer

Singing to 1500 people in London, August 2013.

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About corkmusiccollective

Cork Music Collective is a cottage industry music education project which aims to make learning an instrument fun! I teach musicianship and instrumental lessons at all levels. Whether it's as a hobby or for exams, I endeavor to make learning music fun and interesting!
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