Kangyi Zhang’s true compositional voice blends modernism with tradition. Rather than limited, he is inspired by those who listen to and perform his music.
Posts by Christopher Sutton
Did you know that learning an instrument can seriously strengthen your brain? Don’t believe us? Here are 9 ways it helps.
International flamenco phenom Juanito Pascual never abandoned his passion, even if that meant relearning the guitar completely from scratch – four times.
Music has changed a lot in the past 100 years – piano teaching has not. Tim Topham’s Inner Circle of creative piano teachers is out to change all that.
What does traditional music mean in the 21st century? Paul Green explores his Jewish roots as the klezmer wedding tradition transforms into a concert art.
Does ear training seem impossible? Worried that you’re naturally unmusical or just don’t have what it takes? Here’s the truth: what’s been holding you back.
Paul Green lives in two worlds – as his early musical love of jazz meets his Jewish roots, creating a new expression of the old tradition of klezmer music.
Required to dance for a conducting gig, Alejandro Pinzón fell in love with tango. He learned bandoneon and now teaches, plays, and dances as Maestro Tango.
On first listen, Klezmer sounds oddly familiar. Learning the musical elements of this passionate, funky Jewish genre opens up new expressive possibilities.
Easy Ear Training is becoming part of Musical U! All the same fantastic resources but now under the Musical U name. Learn more…
This month saw the addition of a comprehensive workshop on getting more musical success and a brand new module on recognising notes by ear using solfa.