New Mozart Practice Challenge
Congratulations to New Mozart October Practice Challengers for practicing everyday!
Sign Up for December Practice Challenge!
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Making music is getting more exciting! With just 1 week to sign up, 80 students joined us for the October Practice Challenge! We’re so happy and proud of all the participants who made a commitment to become better musicians. At the moment, we’re preparing the photos and certificates to feature the challengers in the New Mozart Wall of Fame and the November newsletter.
New Mozart Practice Challenge is now a monthly event with special awards being planned for the top practicers. We will share more details with you soon so stay tuned. In the meanwhile, here are the details for November!
7 Days a week - You are committing to practice everyday for 31 days from 12/1-12/31.
5 Days a week - You are committing to 5 days a week starting 12/2.
Practice at least 20 minutes a day. If you study multiple instruments, practice 20 minutes on each instrument per day.
Practice at least 20 or 30 minutes a day: You set the minimum duration. If you study multiple instruments, practice 20 minutes on each instrument per day.
All students who successfully complete the challenge in November will be featured in our December newsletter and awarded a Certificate of Achievement at the New Mozart Winter Recital. The photos of the successful challengers will also be displayed on the New Mozart Wall of Fame throughout December.
We will be sending you the December practice log form when you complete the sign up form below. We will also upload it here in the next few days.
If you’ve practiced your 20 or 30 minutes in a day, just check off the box on your practice log. If you’re traveling or can’t get to your instrument, you can work on theory, note naming, writing your own music, practicing finger patterns, reading about different composers etc. There are lots of ways to practice away from your instrument. Ask your teacher for more suggestions. 20 minutes a day is the minimum we set for the challenge but you can (and many do) practice more.
Let’s get practicing!