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Social Media debunked for musicians and artists

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Why do we need Social Media? Social Media is an ocean of opportunities and it requires skill, attention, consistency and energy to make magic using the platforms that can make our career blow out of proportions. The truth is that no one will be ready for the exposure and being a famous musician will require a great ordeal of grounding and balance i...
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Amazing Bach piece played by a Blooming child prodigy

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We decided to feature Olivia Chiang beacuse it is an example of how musicianship can be inspired at an early age. The important part of the message is not the awards and the success but remembering how much time and hard work we must put into building up musicianship and virtuosity. This Discipline is essential no matter how young or old any player...
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Rachmaninov #3: Challenging, Beautiful and played with Passion

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​Natasha Paremski has a fascinating piano career. Her piano studies began at the age of 4 with Nina Malikova at Moscow's Andreyev School of Music and they concluded in New York with Pavlina Dokovska at Mannes College of Music. After 2007 and the conclusion of her academic life, her professional musical engagements allowed her to travel and per...
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Wonderful, Beautiful, Trumpet Magic Somewhere Over the Rainbow

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"Somewhere Over the Rainbow" with Igor Fedorov.         Today we get to hear one of my favorite songs played in a beautiful unique way by Igor Fedorov. Igor was inspired to play this version of the original tune by Israel Kamakawiwoʻole, because of the touching lyrics and the freeing and relaxing feel of the ukulele being p...
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Join the Guild and help us building the Web Empire!

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We are very happy to announce that we have inaugurated officially the  Website Development product for applicants in the Guild! After more than 4 years of hard work with Joomla Systems we are now launching our most powerfull service  for the Guild with the clear objective of  link us all as musicians and artists taking our own u...
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The Harp Twins will blow your mind right now!

The Harp Twins will blow your mind right now!
Camille and Kennerly Kitt, also known as the Harp Twins are an up and coming fantastic musical duo and today we get to peek into their lives and get to know them. They wrote an original song called "North" which you can view here. Camille and Kennerly were inspired to create "North" from their heritage. The Twins themselves grew up in Illinois, USA...
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Why Live Classical Music?

Why Live Classical Music?
​The world of classical music is full of interpreters and this is what makes the experience much more rewarding. Compared to recordings that will always sound the same, you have a factor of surprise that only a classical musician can deliver. This is both an accident and a crafted intention. First of all, the performer has to deliver music to a par...
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The Perfection of Sound

The Perfection of Sound
The Elbphilharmonie  is in the HafenCity quarter of Hamburg, Germany, on the Grasbrook (de) peninsula of the Elbe River. It is one of the largest and most acoustically advanced concert halls in the world. It is popularly nicknamed Elphi .  The new glassy construction resembles a hoisted sail, water wave or quartz crystal; it sits on top o...
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Enjoy the new year with live music!

Enjoy the new year with live music!
The Online Music Guild, Keeney Bros and Moscow Wine Company present: Flores y Castillos, a classical guitar recital by Aaron Torres. Currently Aaron is a Masters Student at the University of Idaho and his repertoire encompasses numerous styles and eras. Flores y Castillos is full of surprises and every selection has a meaning and a c...
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Roland Dyens dies at 61

Roland Dyens dies at 61
Today, the world of classical guitar woes for the loss of one of its major figures. unexpectedly, french guitarist and composer Roland Dyens died at the age of 61. He was  well known for his improvisational skills, which is a rarity in classical musicians. Dyens was born in Tunis in Tunisia and has built an impressive career as a guitar player...
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