This Sunday, November 6th, is National Saxophone Day! It is celebrated every year on the birthday of Antoine-Joseph ‘Adolphe’ Sax, the inventor of the saxophone. Throughout history, this soulful instrument has a long legacy for its contributions to music, from jazz to classical to pop and everything in-between. Let’s learn some more about one of…
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International Strange Music Day
Tomorrow, August 24th, is International Strange Music Day! What is Strange Music Day you might ask? It is a day to break out of your comfort zone and experience music that may be strange, unusual or even a bit bizzare. You don’t even necessarily have to listen to bizare music to celebrate Strange Music Day….
5 Great Ways to Introduce Your Children to Classical Music
September is National Classical Music month, and we couldn’t be more excited! We know that a lot of kids might think classical music is boring or old, but we happen to think it’s pretty cool. Besides appreciating the technique and artistry of classical music, there are also countless benefits to listening and learning this style….
Formerly of Center Stage: Catching Up With Skela
One cold fall evening, I left work to warm up my car, and while shivering in the driver’s seat, the following Instagram caption made me forget about the weather: “My dad used to say his favorite singers in the world were the ones who let out the pain through their voice. That’s how I learned…
DAWs: What You Need To Know
Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs) are what you use to record and edit music on your computer. It is software that allows you to manipulate audio in various ways, and depending on your software of choice, can do different tasks. DAW software isn’t cheap, but it isn’t the most expensive either, making it easy to start…