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Tango on the other side of the word

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Listening to Anikó playing music from my country was a wonderful experience this morning. ​ The truth is that this was also a wonderful surprise. Anikó and I met via Instagran and my immediate reaction when I heard her selection to feature in the blog was a bit of that emotional bittersweet sensation that Tango leaves in your throat. I know that An...
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Why should I have a professional website?

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Your web presence as a musician is important but it should complement the objectives you have for your career. A fundamental truth is that technologies can only evolve into the most extreme absolutes and we must take profit of having a site that opens doors to an infinite world. Today, building a website is fast, easy, simple and cost efficien...
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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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History and Theory of music can't be explained better

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As one of the most talented and successful musicians in American history, Leonard Bernstein has earned his status in music history as a composer, conductor, author, music lecturer, and pianist. He was among the first conductors born and educated in the US to receive worldwide acclaim. His long tenure as the music director of the New York ...
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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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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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Violinist Marta Bratkovic Named 2016 Artist-in-Residence at The Online Music Guild

The Online Music Guild has named upcoming international violinist Marta Bratkovic as its artist-in-residence for 2016. As for this residency, Marta Bratkovic has been hired to perform concerts in a number of cities in the United States. Last year's inaugural artist was John Paul Shields. As part of his residency, Bratkovic will present a series of ...
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