As summer winds down, practice may be far removed from the minds of music students. But practice does make perfect, and it is the art of repetition and fine-tuning a sound that adds up to a great musician.
Cellist Robert Cohen says, "Feeling of having done more than you've expected to do...you somehow are able to be more expressive than the effort you're putting in to it. It just seems to pour out of you."
For this month's On That Note segment, Robert Cohen and Lake Effect's Bonnie North open the conversation with talk about staying committed to an instrument: