What is the difference between a teacher, a coach, and a mentor? How can each contribute to your musical learning? Find out in this podcast episode.
We cover topics like: playing by ear, improvising, writing music, singing in tune, performing and jamming, and much more.
Each week we publish:
- An interview with an inspiring and insightful musician or music educator, and
- A short “teaching” episode on a particular topic to help you improve
Browse episodes below, or subscribe in your favourite podcast player:
Musician, composer, and educator Andy Wasserman discusses the Lydian Chromatic Concept, a theory that will forever change how you think about tonal music.
Learning a second (or third, or fourth) instrument is one of the best things you can do to grow your musicality – learn why!
Musical U interviews Make Moments Matter’s David Row on the Orff approach, an educational framework that centers the student’s musicality and creativity.
What is the role of frequencies in music, and how do they help shape the type of sound you are hearing? Find out in this primer on audio frequencies.
Le Chanteur Moderne founder Allan Hubert-Wright busts some pervasive singing myths, and gives you the facts on correct breathing, vocal support, and more.
So, you’ve found an online music course that appears to be the perfect fit for you! Learn about how to maximize your chances of success.
Female Musician Academy founder Bree Noble shares her insights on how to get your music to your audiences – and make a living doing so.
Get acquainted with polyrhythms, their uses in music, how to count them out, and why you should incorporate them into your repertoire.
Musical U interviews singer-songwriter Kendra McKinley on her love of music and how she translated it into a successful career as a recording artist.
Audiation, or the skill of imagining music in your head, is an ability you already have! Discover the benefits it can have on your memory and performance.
Musical U interviews The Curious Piano Teachers’ Sharon Mark-Teggart on the immense value of curiosity in both learning and teaching music.
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