Adi Shapira: Artistic Creativity
The Starting of a Trend
Not many people start trends, but Adi started one by playing piano blindfolded. This technique is now used by her peers and in her lessons with students. At the end of each class students look forward to putting on a blindfold or simply closing their eyes, and playing by relying on their sense of touch, memory of key placements in relation to each other, and hearing. This opens up a world of creativity that is otherwise neglected. Students get a much better grasp of the piano, while improving their muscle memory, and feel much more confident once the blindfold is off.
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