Nothing gets music students more motivated than the prospect of performing at a recital. Here are our tips for hosting a fun and productive home recital.
Selecting the right reed When it comes to choosing a reed, the choices can be daunting, especially for beginner or intermediate woodwind students who are still finding their sound and style. With…
St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner. Celebrate by playing Irish/Celtic music and adding some luck o’ the Irish to your repertoire with these song books.
March is International Women’s Month. To celebrate, we’re highlighting women who rock! Each of these female performers are among the top musicians in modern history.
This year, our favorite musical gear combines value with quality, consistency, and precision. No matter what kind of music you play, investing in the best gear for 2020 will ensure that you play it well.
Vandoren – a leader in reeds and woodwind accessories – has created Juno Reeds, the first reed developed specifically for the beginning woodwind student
Music & Arts has partnered with the non-profit Keep Music Alive, to offer a series of free, weekend music events across the U.S., in celebration of the sixth annual international Teach Music Week March 16 – 22, 2020.
A musical instrument tune-up helps preserve the life of your instrument and offers many benefits to players of all ages and skill levels. Here are five reasons tune-ups are so important.
To celebrate African American History Month, we want to highlight the African American artists who have influenced music.
In celebration of President’s Day, here’s a little more about 11 U.S Presidents you probably didn’t know were musical.