The Musical U Team shares the most powerful lessons from past episodes on singing. Tune in for some tips to free up your voice and build confidence.
Aaron Krerowicz, The World’s only professional Beatles scholar and creator of Flipside Beatles, discusses the sophistication of The Beatles songwriting.
Listen to Musical U founder Christopher Sutton discuss the benefits of solfa (a.k.a. solfege) when interpreting music and learning to play by ear.
We interview Youtube-based music educator Adam Neely on making music theory interesting, a helpful perspective on practice, and the power of audiation.
Musical U interviews Piano Picnic creator and our own piano resident pro Ruth Power on the art of playing by ear and her remarkable method for teaching it.
You can play the music you love true to form, or take some creative liberties. Learn about the art of musical interpretation and how to apply it.
The popular Foundations of A Musical Mind course is back – and enrolment is now open! Reserve your place and get ready to level up your musicianship.
Find out how to piece together the various mental models discussed in the Musicality Unleashed series using an established and very effective methodology.
There is almost a 100% chance that you are not tone-deaf, and are therefore capable of becoming a great singer. Learn about the mental model that can help!
Find out how you can connect the music theory and ear training you’re learning to that piece of music that you’ve been wrapping your fingers around.
Learn about an intuitive, highly effective model for counting rhythm, and how it can help you easily notate and play complex patterns in music.
There’s a better way to learn pitch than with intervals – a more intuitive, ear-friendly, and effective system called solfa. Get introduced!