When Good Enough is Preferable to Great, Golden Rules for Getting (and Keeping) Gigs, Expression v. Criticism, and Much More with David Dash!

David Dash is an instructor at the North Carolina School for the Arts, and is currently on a one-year assignment with the North Carolina Symphony. 

In James’ interview with David, you’ll hear tips on balancing self-criticism with music-making, dealing with performance anxiety, effective practice strategies and much more!

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In this episode, you'll discover:

-When "good enough" is better than great...02:54

-David's start and early influences on trumpet...09:57

-What's the root cause of "performance anxiety"?...18:55

-Expression vs. criticism...22:47

-Effective practice strategies...26:55

-The two golden rules to getting and keeping the gig...35:41

-How the Apex Trumpet Symposium came about...39:34

-And much more!

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