Violin Teacher Offers Online Violin Lessons to Provide Music Education to Students during COVID-19 Epidemic

Violin Teacher Offers Online Violin Lessons to Provide Music Education to Students during COVID-19 Epidemic Lessons are ideal for students who may be experiencing school closures, or who want to take music lessons in the privacy of their own home. Durango, Colorado – Violin and fiddle teacher, Miss Laura Mozena, is pleased to announce she… Continue reading Violin Teacher Offers Online Violin Lessons to Provide Music Education to Students during COVID-19 Epidemic

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Alfred Music Releases New Suzuki Violin Recordings by Hilary Hahn

Alfred Music Releases New Suzuki Violin Recordings by Hilary Hahn February 5, 2020 The International Suzuki Association, in conjunction with Alfred Music, is pleased to announce the highly anticipated recordings of the Suzuki Violin School, Volumes 1–3 by internationally renowned violinist, Hilary Hahn in collaboration with pianist Natalie Zhu. The new recordings will be available… Continue reading Alfred Music Releases New Suzuki Violin Recordings by Hilary Hahn

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Grace Notes Music Foundation – Carousel Concert Thon 2020

        Carousel Concert-Thon benefits Grace Notes Foundation while raising money for music education and scholarships for children and teens!​ Donors and sponsors, help fund Grace Notes Foundation and the many music outreach programs made available through Grace Notes Music Foundation within ​Palm Beach County! TWO STAGES WITH AN INCREDIBLE LINE UP OF LIVE  MUSIC STREET MUSICIANS ON THE BOULEVARD ​ ​​GREAT MUSIC WITH A  HUGE SILENT AUCTION, RESTAURANTS AND FAMILY… Continue reading Grace Notes Music Foundation – Carousel Concert Thon 2020

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Where there’s a will, there’s a way – Your Music Supply gives every child the opportunity to learn an instrument

By Mariza Brussolo Accomplished violinist Laura Mozena has been a violin teacher for over 10 years. Throughout her professional life she has witnessed the struggle some parents have gone through trying to buy their children a violin so they can take music lessons.   Laura is the Vice President of Your Music Supply and her… Continue reading Where there’s a will, there’s a way – Your Music Supply gives every child the opportunity to learn an instrument

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Violinist Vanessa-Mae makes her Olympic debut at Sochi in women’s giant slalom

She was only the third person to compete for Thailand in the history of the Games, finishing more than 50 seconds adrift of Slovenian winner Tina Maze By Rob Maul Violinist Vanessa-Mae makes her Olympic debut at Sochi in women’s giant slalom Vanessa-Mae has added another string to her bow – skiing at the Winter… Continue reading Violinist Vanessa-Mae makes her Olympic debut at Sochi in women’s giant slalom

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Amazon’s TV Pilot ‘Mozart in the Jungle,’ with Joshua Bell and Malcolm McDowell, Is a Tale of Sex, Drugs and…Classical Music?

Amazon’s TV Pilot ‘Mozart in the Jungle,’ with Joshua Bell and Malcolm McDowell, Is a Tale of Sex, Drugs and…Classical Music? Amazon Studios’ ‘Mozart in the Jungle’ pilot was inspired by professional oboist Blair Tindall’s 2005 book of the same name. (Photo : Creative Commons) Amazon Studios recently filmed a pilot episode of Mozart in… Continue reading Amazon’s TV Pilot ‘Mozart in the Jungle,’ with Joshua Bell and Malcolm McDowell, Is a Tale of Sex, Drugs and…Classical Music?

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$5M Stradivarius violin recovered in Milwaukee, mayor says

In this undated photo provided by the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra is the 300-year-old Stradivarius violin that was stolen from MSO concertmaster Frank Almond. (AP/Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra) $5M Stradivarius violin recovered in Milwaukee, mayor says Published February 06, 2014 Associated Press MILWAUKEE –  The mystery of what happened to a multimillion-dollar Stradivarius violin stolen in a… Continue reading $5M Stradivarius violin recovered in Milwaukee, mayor says

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A Gifted Cellist Sails Beyond Sweden, Across ‘Fields Of Love’

A Gifted Cellist Sails Beyond Sweden, Across ‘Fields Of Love’ The daughter of two musicians, Linnea Olsson started playing the cello at age 6. She was born in a small city on Sweden’s west coast, and grew up listening to ABBA and Bjork, as well as more eclectic artists like the Dutch singer-songwriter Anouk and… Continue reading A Gifted Cellist Sails Beyond Sweden, Across ‘Fields Of Love’

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Winter Olympics 2014: violinist Vanessa-Mae to ski for Thailand at the Sochi Games

British violinist Vanessa-Mae has fulfilled her long-term ambiltion to qualify for the Winter Olympics. She will be racing for Thailand, where her father was born Winter Olympics 2014: violinist Vanessa-Mae to ski for Thailand at the Sochi Games By Sarah Knapton 7:00AM GMT 20 Jan 2014 Vanessa-Mae, the violinist, is to put her musical career… Continue reading Winter Olympics 2014: violinist Vanessa-Mae to ski for Thailand at the Sochi Games

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The future of classical music: CSO concert aims to appeal to young people

The future of classical music: CSO concert aims to appeal to young people Adam Parker Posted: Saturday, January 11, 2014 5:00 p.m. Reese Moore    Charleston Symphony Orcehstra concertmaster Yuriy Bekker (from left), cellist Amy Goto and violinist Seth Gilliard will perform in the Boeing-sponsored “Classical Fusion” concert at the Sottile Theatre. Classical music is boring.… Continue reading The future of classical music: CSO concert aims to appeal to young people

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