Many people want to be a musician but who wants to practice? A good teacher is very important, but so is understanding "The Art of Practice". It is intended for those players who are advanced enough to be thinking of a career in classical music, knowing how to practise is vital. That's the know-how and expertise this book lays out. Howard Snell's long experience in music, first as a player at the highest level, then as an international conductor and teacher, have equipped him to offer a wide-ranging approach to practising and performing. Across all instruments the fundamental processes of achieving full musical potential are the same. Howard Snell's "The Art of Practice" will remove the obstacles that block the way and will open the door to your progress as a professional musician.
Howard Snell is a former Principal Trumpet of the London Symphony Orchestra and is now a Professor at the Royal Academy of Music in London. His music career spans soloist to conductor and Brass Band musician to Composer. He has former students in almost all of the major British Orchestras and many in Europe and Asia.