Blues harmonica expert Fredrik Hertzberg discusses ear training as the key to unlocking your musicality and creating your own sound on the harmonica.
The Musical U team discusses the value of active listening – listening to others’ music, to your musical collaborators, and of course, to yourself.
88 Piano Keys’ Leila Viss discusses how to explore creativity in music, and the value of “stealing” ideas you love and applying them to your practice.
Get a sneak peek at Mexican rock band CNVS’s upcoming release Gran Copiloto, and discover the musicianship and chemistry that make it such a special album.
Collectively learning to play by ear sounds daunting, but it shouldn’t! Learn Steve Giddings’ engaging approach to mastering this skill in a group setting.
Don’t know your 4/4 from your 2/2? Start here! We take you through some basic time signatures, and show you how to listen for them.
Is the Truck Driver’s Gear Shift – a dramatic key change upwards near the end of a song – a cheap trick or a songwriter’s best friend? The answer is…
This episode of the Musicality Podcast focusses on the place that everyone should be starting their ear training journey from: active listening!
Piano pro Ruth Power shows you how to deepen your musical understanding using the art of active listening.
Father John Misty’s “When You’re Smiling and Astride Me” shape shifts into new musical territory guided by the voice and guitar of Kendra McKinley.
The TSO’s Hannah Chan-Hartley’s concert programmes expertly combine colour, graphics, and text to enrich the live music experience for concertgoers.
Clapping in time? Easy right? Well, if it’s not easy for you – you’re not alone! The good news is that clapping in time is learnable, valuable, and fun!