Some of the most beautiful music being performed in Los Angeles right now is happening on Skid Row.
The Recycled Orchestra of Cateura is a group of youth musicians from Paraguay who play instruments made from rubbish salvaged from a landfill.
“Music should become a core requirement for any group that really wants to develop its people at the highest level.”
Being a musician of any level helps you develop whole brain integration, says Gerald Leonard, author of Culture is the Bass and Workplace Jazz.
Classical performance is a visual as well as aural experience, so why are female soloists’ choices of outfit so rarely discussed, apart from in diminishing terms?
To most observers, the world of classical music and that of hard rock, particularly heavy metal, could not seem more disparate.
‘Just as important as English or maths’: how mentoring is bringing music alive for primary school students
The National Music Teacher Mentoring Program was established by Richard Gill in 2015 and implemented through the Australian Youth Orchestra.
The story of classical music is inseparable from the rise of capitalism. The new system made a musical revolution possible, but its crisis-ridden development then drove a wedge between musicians and their audience, leaving behind a frozen tradition.