Instructional education sits at the core of Gyula's work with clients. His philosophy of work is to clearly identify specific development needs, create Innovative learning solutions to address these needs, implement learning solutions and evaluate outcomes.
A good conductor is mindful of the rebound. If the rebound is too large, the conductor must rush to get back to the focal point. If the rebound is too small, the conductor may be forced to pause to get back in tempo, confusing the beat and the musicians. Rebounds, and thus downbeats, determine the speed of the music. Smaller downbeats are used for faster music, larger downbeats are used for slower music. The reason for this is because in fast music you don't have time to move your hands too far, and in slow music you do.
In his educational work, he holds a sound balance between practice and theory, content and process, and experience and experiential.