February 28, 2012
Free fluteboxing workbook
NEA’s article on Innovation
Talent or Practice, which matters more?
Little Free Libraries Popping Up
Gordon Music Learning Theory Workshops, Buffalo, NY
Kickstarter expects to provide more funding to arts than NEA
Sir Ken Robinson on leading the learning revolution
Phillip Glass turns 75
A musical tour of Mexico‘s last 200 years
Love to learn?
Go Easy on Yourself, New Research Urges
Community Supported Agriculture, I mean Arts
Support your locally grown artists!
Quote of the week:
“To find out what one is fitted to do and to secure an opportunity to do it is key to happiness.”
— John Dewey
January 18, 2012
The Savvy Musician’s best reads of 2011
The 10 Craziest Kickstarter Projects of 2011
How to cultivate originality
Attentive Collaboration by the Audience: Essential but Not Easy
Jazz’s encroachment on classical station upsets some
The future of classical radio?
Practice with your head, perform from your heart
So you think you know? Discovery in Alexander Technique
The three roots of Performance Anxiety
Making a good first impression
Financial Freedom for Music Entrepreneurs
The day one very determined teacher and The Philadelphia Orchestra changed a little boy’s life
In Philly, Tuesday, January 24, 2012 at 7:30PM , a free talk by Eric Booth, Tricia Tunstall, and Stanford Thompson discussing El Sistema: Social Innovation Through Music Education
Wynton Marsalis: My relationship to MLK
Edna Landau’s popular career advice blog for Musical America, Ask Edna, is celebrating its first anniversary with a contest. Music career-related questions must be submitted by January 31 in order to be eligible for the prizes, which include a free career consultation with Edna. Those submitting questions have the option to remain anonymous on Edna’s blog. Just send your questions to AskEdna@MusicalAmerica.com