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.
Posts by Christopher Sutton
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.
Sarah Nicolls turned her piano inside-out and made a career with simple melody shrouded in strange sounds and audience interaction as creative as her music.
What makes tango tick, pop pop, space for your voice, or a good music investment? And how can you find answers to music’s complexities in a simple circle?
The mysterious tango: what are the musical qualities behind the image? We talked with Charlotte Dupuis of Nuevo Nocturna about tango sounds and styles.
Ready to rock in a new musical year? Listen to the rhythm section, speed up interval spelling, cry a little blues and create business as easily as music.
From the moment Charlotte Dupuis first heard tango music, she was in love. This love lead her to form the successful original tango band Nuevo Nocturna.
This month: an all-new “Get Started” process, interactive quizzes for solfa note recognition, and a great way to buy Musical U membership as a gift.
With a promising performance career, the controversial 3.5-octave tenor Dr. Dan found his true passion in helping others claim their birthright: to sing.