What is life like after the practice room? Solfa gets real, genres from klezmer to country get personal, and you never know when you’ll need some stop-leak.
Articles about Genres
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.
With roots stemming from the musical styles of American immigrants, the country music sound we know today has a storied past. Learn more about its start.
Does Valentine’s Day have you crying on your pillow? Here is one title for 11 great break-up songs from tragic to comic and from confused to celebratory.
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.
Impressionism gave us more than whimsical, inspiring art. It introduced us to a whole new way to hear and play music. Learn more about this imaginative era.
The blues are full of soul and sorrow, but that doesn’t stop people from loving them. Learn more about this genre’s cultural roots and its evolution.
Hip-hop, though often associated with rap music, is a genre all its own with strong historical and cultural roots. Learn more about the NYC-born phenomenon.