Welcome to the first post of the Edara Method Blog, a blog where the curious can find out more about the Edara Method music classes. We will upload articles on many subjects trying to start to explain a little about the method, about where it comes from, the musical and educational principles behind it, the newest developments, and much more.
We realise the Edara Method is something new and unknown. We don’t always have time to explain all of the ideas behind the classes, so we have created this blog to rectify this lack of awareness about the method, bit by bit, post by post.
This space is for everyone, for parents, musicians, music teachers, for people who never heard from us and for those of you who have been with us from day one. If you want to know what it is that your children learn in our classes, or if you want to tell a friend about us, or if you are a student who wants to know more and isn’t getting enough theoretical answers during the sessions, we hope this blog will be of use to you.
We also want to do this for our own sake. We are still young, both as a method (four years) and as people (wouldn’t you like to know) and are still very much in the process of developing, maybe for ever, and this blog ought to help us crystallise our thoughts, criticise them, re-evaluate them, re-formulate them, and so on and so forth. In this process, your feedback is very much welcome. There is a comment section under each post, and you are all welcome to take part.
The first way you can get involved is by letting us know what you want to know about the Edara Method, give us your most urgent questions, and we will try to satisfy your curiosity
So, welcome again, and watch this space.