Music education

CreativeLIVE To Launch Music Education Channel

Live education platform CreativeLIVE will launch a music education channel in September with key music identities as the speakers.

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Music Education: Are Excellence and Access Mutually Exclusive?

Music is fundamental to the human experience - its effect on our mood, its ability to enhance our emotions and communicate across language barriers is accepted, if not fully understood, by us all.

Huffington Post

Youth Music to Live-Stream 'Fresh Thinking' Education Seminar

The National Foundation for Youth Music will be live-streaming a seminar, looking at the new ways young people engage with music and the implications this has for music education.

Music Teacher Magazine

Why I became a music teacher: my students make me a better musician

Teaching is just a route to extra cash for some classical musicians but Alex Laing, violinist and head of strings, finds the two sides of his life join together in perfect harmony.

The Guardian

Talking Art In a Capitalist World

This is a year in which, it seems, society is determined not to let students of the arts out into the world without making sure they're painfully aware of what awaits them, financially and socially.

New Music Box

Carnegie Hall's New National Youth Orchestra Prepares for Debut

It's summertime...but the living isn't necessarily easy for 120 restless, over-achieving teenagers in an auditorium at SUNY Purchase. These are members of the National Youth Orchestra of the United States, a new project of Carnegie Hall's education wing, the Weill Music Institute.


Free online course on Beethoven piano sonatas

Pianist Jonathan Biss and the Curtis Institute of Music are partnering with online course operator Coursera to offer a free online course on Beethoven's 32 piano sonatas.


Free Online Videos For Guitar Diploma Candidates

The Registry of Guitar Tutors (RGT) is working on a series of free-to-view videos, which will provide support for diploma candidates and teachers. The first video in this series is now available to view online.

Music Teacher

Classical economics and finished symphonies

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart left his job as court musician in Salzburg because it didn't pay enough and took to the stage to promote his own concerts.

Times Higher Education

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