Playing together is part of every lesson. It makes your playing all the more fun.
To listen to the total of the music and to learn which elements can change the total outcome, makes your practising all the more rewarding!
As an experienced chamber music player Michelle also loves to guide amateur groups to better group-practise and performance. The art of playing together – listening, considering your role in the total construction of the piece, and the choices to make regarding period and style – is a little different from playing all alone. You can book one lesson as an ensemble to try, or book a larger number of lessons to make certain that your progress is being checked and encouraged.