Your Active Repertoire is at the heart of your piano journey.
The Active Repertoire Challenge aims to encourage piano players from around the world to develop their own Active Repertoire of three pieces which can be played any time, any place:
- Without Notice
- Without Notation
- and Without Embarrassment
My article What Can You Play? provides the essential introduction to this project. And I hope that the encouragement offered here will play a small part in helping you fulfil your piano playing ambitions!
The Active Repertoire project is modelled on the goals and practices of successful performers worldwide, and built on the fundamental pedagogic values espoused by educators from Suzuki to the present day.
Crucially, the Active Repertoire Challenge offers an approach which aims to foster a lifelong love of music by developing intrinsic motivation, rather than the extrinsic motivation that underpins grades, competitions and tick-box progress sheets.
Are you ready to take part? In that case, head straight to the GETTING STARTED GUIDE from where you can download your FREE Printable Active Repertoire Sheet.
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