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Contemporary composer and flutist Kangyi Zhang shares some words of wisdom about musical opportunities and where to find them.
Modal improvisation sounds intimidating. But this simple improv trick puts those mysterious modes to work to offer you an easy way to create awesome music
From dancefloor hit to evocative pop-punk anthem: explore how Swedish rock band Twenty One Two put their own spin on Zedd’s “Find You”.
Gino Burgio gives expert advice on preparing for your audition, using the four key factors of confidence, time management, personality, and environment.
It’s not just about the music anymore; you need to be the full package. Learn the skills every musician needs to succeed in today’s competitive industry.
Music educator Brian Jump discusses common bad habits that musicians develop, and how to fix them to read, memorize, and perform music the right way.
Learn about the power of arrangement through a comparison of The Smiths’ original “There Is A Light That Never Goes Out” and the cover by Teeth & Tongue.
Modernist composers went beyond writing new music, to reinventing music itself. Listen to their astonishing expressions of psychosis, memory, and faith.
Spanning two world wars, the advent of the automobile, airplane, and radio – the Modernist Era’s revolutionary music reflects a massive cultural upheaval.
At first, modern classical music shocked Kangyi Zhang. Through listening and ear training he grew to love it, creating his own contemporary classics.
Born the streets of New Orleans, jazz grew through dance, entertainment and pop to become high art, touching nearly every popular music style on the planet.