There are some challenges that musicians face in trying to make music, but they can also be exciting.
For example, music can be a way to connect with other people, and many musicians have found that sharing their stories and their passion can make their songs more impactful.
“When I was young, music was always a part of my life, I felt it as a kid, I really didn’t think about music until I was older,” said musician and educator Laura Denson, who is now a teacher at The First Arts Academy.
Denson is also the co-author of “I Don’t Like It When I Go to Music: Music as a Form of Healing” and a contributor to the “Best of the Web” podcast.
In the last few years, Denson says, she has been able to connect and connect with the people who inspired her, and she’s learned a lot.
“A lot of the stuff that I do with my students and with my teachers is just like being in my own world,” she said.
“You don’t always know what’s going to come out of your head.
So that really makes me happy.”
While Denson has been a teacher for years, she says she hasn’t yet experienced the level of personal growth that she’s hoping for.
“I feel like the only thing that I’m learning about myself and about my music is when I listen to it,” she explained.
“I’m still learning, but I feel like I’m getting a lot of new experiences.”