In in this divided world, we musicians know how to collaborate. Hundreds of musicians across the planet are singing and playing along with “Human Kind”.
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From international tours to your screen of choice, Steve Nixon brings Grammy-level expertise to free lessons in jazz, blues, pop, country, and more.
Science is learning how we learn. Gregg Goodhart bridges research and teaching – helping musicians excel way beyond their perceived limitations.
Christian worship musicians (and sisters!) Alicia and Whitney discuss how travelling, finding God, and life’s triumphs and trials have inspired their music.
Iona’s Dave Bainbridge talks musical influences, the universality of blues, Gospel, and Celtic music and the benefits of learning multiple instruments.
Contemporary composer and flutist Kangyi Zhang shares some words of wisdom about musical opportunities and where to find them.
The Uilleann pipes of multi-instrumentalist and master collaborator Troy Donockley show up in film scores, metal bands, folk-punk projects and much more.
At first, modern classical music shocked Kangyi Zhang. Through listening and ear training he grew to love it, creating his own contemporary classics.
Patience, perseverance, and passion made Juanito Pascual an international flamenco phenom. His powerful, inspiring music blends flamenco, jazz, and rock.
Great musicians listen to the sounds around them to cultivate their unique sound. Percussionist Lior Shragg has immersed himself in a world of music.
Passionate multi-instrumentalist and entrepreneurial music teacher Dylan Welsh shares his student-centric teaching philosophy and the secret to his success.
Kangyi Zhang’s true compositional voice blends modernism with tradition. Rather than limited, he is inspired by those who listen to and perform his music.