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This title may have surprised you, but I’m dead serious about this, and I have never failed to tell this to any one of my students. There are no exceptions to this. Every musician should indeed learn at least 1000 songs. I’m going to lay it out very clearly for you just why you need to do this.
A lot of people spend years on end trying to get good at the piano, and fall way short of their goals. People who do this tend to think that they just “don’t have it” or something like that, but the truth is the vast majority of people who fail at learning piano fail due to bad methods and bad ideas, and bad implementations of both of those things.
Over the decades of my career in music, a strange and upsetting truth dawned on me bit by bit. We talk a lot about this or that genre of music. Yet, when you analyze what we are talking about, it actually makes no sense at all! Why do I say this? There are lots of...
Born in 1973 in Canada, Rubio distinguished himself at a very early age with his musical abilities.
At the age of eight, he won a scholarship to study with Kawai, and at age ten he was winning prizes in music festivals at the national level and recording classical music for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.