In cooperation with the Kiwanis Club International, Stevan and Evita Jovic presented the Guitar Teaching Aid Practice-Right. The appearance included demonstration of the product, conversations about the impact on music education and a performance for a delightful audience!
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Project Jumpstart is the music entrepreneurship and career development initiative at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. Project Jumpstart proudly features Stevan Jovic as the inventor of the Practice-Right. Read more by clicking here.
Mary H. Wennerstrom, Associate Dean for Instruction (Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University).
“Stevan Jovic has displayed leadership and entrepreneurial initiative by successfully going through the steps of developing a product needed in guitar teaching. His idea is creative and evidently unique!”
In cooperation with Strings By Mail, Stevan Jovic, the inventor of the Practice-Right presented his revolutionary device at the foremost classical guitar convention and festival in the US – Guitar Foundation of America.
“New students, particularly little kids, seem to have a particularly hard time keeping a good relaxed wrist position with the wrist out enough to be able to use the fingers and thumb effectively. Stevan Jovic’s Practice-Right is a clever way of helping to keep such students’ wrists bent correctly, and it does help. Bravo!”
Dr. Phil Ford, Stanford University Fellow
“Practice-Right is obviously outstanding. Stevan’s project is exactly what one means by “entrepreneurial initiative”: He has identified a real need in his field, has invented a clever and apparently effective way of addressing that need, and has been energetic and imaginative about building his idea into a real product.”