Music Education RSS Feeds
Site - crosseyedpianist.com
About Site - The Cross-Eyed Pianist is a blog about music and piano playing, and culture in general, written by pianist and piano teacher Frances Wilson. Get Articles on repertoire, teaching, concert and exhibition reviews, music ephemera, video, sound clips, and other related material.
Site - bulletproofmusician.com/blog
About Site - My life revolved around music for as long as I can remember. Along the way, I learned all about discipline, sacrifice, and what it takes to be successful. I started this blog so that I might share with you what I have learned over the years from both my musical background and my psychology training.
Site - jessicamusic.blogspot.com
About Site - JDCMB is a Classical music blog by journalist and author Jessica Duchen. Topics include classical music, opera, ballet, recordings, books. Jessica's work has appeared in The Independent, The JC, The Guardian, The Sunday Times and numerous music magazines. She's the author of five novels, two biographies and a number of stage works combining words and music.
10. Sandow RSS Feed
Site - artsjournal.com/sandow
Warwick NY, Washington
About Site - Greg Sandow on the future of classical music. This started as a blog about the future of classical music, my specialty for many years. And largely the blog is still about that. But of course it gets involved with other things I do — composing music, and teaching at Juilliard (two courses, here and here)
Site - africlassical.blogspot.com
About Site - A companion to AfriClassical.com, a website on African Heritage in Classical Music. Meet 52 Black composers and musicians, take a Black History Quiz and hear over 100 audio samples at the site.
Site - slippedisc.com
About Site - Slipped Disc is an interactive site that receives a constant flow of information from its readers around the world. If something happens in music, you are likely to read it here first. A classical music blog by Norman Lebrecht.
About Site - Anne Midgette came to the Washington Post in 2008, when she consolidated her various cultural interests under the single title of chief classical music critic. She blogs at The Classical Beat.
Site - qachsband.edublogs.org
About Site - Eric Wright is currently the Director of Bands at Queen Anne’s County High School, and in addition to directing the Concert Band, Symphonic Band, Jazz Ensemble, Marching Band, and the Pit Orchestra, he teaches Guitar, Music Theory, and Music History as well.
Site - docandry.edublogs.org
About Site - Dr. Kevin Andry, Director of Bands at St. Michael the Archangel High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, is a musician, educator, and a strong role model for students and teachers alike.
Site - operatoday.com
Omaha, NE, USA
About Site - Opera Today is a website devoted to all things relating to opera and vocal performance. Our purpose is to provide news, commentary, information and other resources that enhance your enjoyment and understanding of this great artistic genre.
Site - doublebassblog.org
San Francisco, CA
About Site - I’m the host of Contrabass Conversations, a podcast devoted to exploring music and ideas associated with the double bass. I’ve been hosting this podcast for almost a decade, and I’ve been running my bass blog even longer.
Site - techinmusiced.wordpress.com
Twin Cities, Minnesota
About Site - Christopher J. Russell, Ph.D., is the author of the Technology in Music Education Blog and author of several books on the topic. He was featured for his work in the area of technology integration in music education in the October 2014 issue of Choral Director Magazine.
Site - planethugill.com
About Site - Planet Hugill is a London-based classical music blog written by composer, journalist and singer Robert Hugill. Get Classical music news, opera, concert & CD reviews, live performance previews, features and musings on contemporary music from classical music composer, Robert Hugill.
Site - yellowbrickroadblog.com
About Site - A stomping ground for music teachers from all over the world. No emphasis on a specific methodology, just an eagerness to learn all about the world of music around us.
31. Music a la Abbott - Amy Abbott - Kodály Inspired Blog and Teachers Music Education Resource RSS Feed
Site - listenlearnmusic.com/blog
About Site - Listen & Learn Music is the home of over 200 music therapy songs and early childhood music resources by board-certified music therapist Rachel Rambach. Here she shares her original songs and thoughts on music therapy, motherhood, and business ownership.
Site - ipadmusiced.wordpress.com
About Site - This blog is about my integration of technology into music education. In specific this will be a journal of how well the iPad from Apple can fit into, enhance and replace my current tech. I teach band grades 5 to 12, five different band classes every day of the week. I love using technology and i love teaching band.
Site - 88pianokeys.me
About Site - It is never a surprise when yet one more person seeks to find the pleasure of making music with 88 piano keys. As I continue to meet pianists at the bench, KEY ideas keep piling up on how to educate, inspire and satisfy.
About Site - I am an elementary music teacher with a bachelors and masters in music education from the University of Louisville. My primary instrument is trumpet and I originally planned on becoming a band director.
Site - blog.davidhthomas.net
About Site - Principal Clarinetist of the Columbus Symphony in Ohio since 1989, David H Thomas has had an outstanding career as a soloist as well as an orchestral player.
About Site - Largely classical music with a smattering of Eurovision. Exploring Jon Jacob's fascination with Eurovision and his escape into the 'proper' arts, classical music in particular.
Site - operagasm.com
Denver, CO & Baltimore, MD
About Site - Welcome to Operagasm.com, a substantive, cutting edge national perspective on current events, news, reviews, interviews, fashion and editorial contributions regarding opera and classical music.
Site - elbowmusic.org
About Site - Journalist, copywriter, editor and consultant specialising in classical music. I am passionate about all forms of music and art, positively geeky about string music and stringed instruments, and zealous about good writing and story telling, particularly when it comes to finding new audiences for music.
About Site - A blog about the art of the piano in ensemble. To educate and enlighten readers about the possibilities inherent in the world of the piano in ensemble and its connection to the larger cultural life.
Site - edwardseckerson.biz/journal
About Site - Classical music, Opera and musical theatre reviews, podcasts, live appearances and many more. Writer, Broadcaster, Presenter, and Musical Theatre obsessive.
About Site - I am active as a composer, a violist, a violinist, a recorder player, and as a teacher. I began my professional musical life as a flutist, and spent a lot of quality time as a baroque flutist, but I no longer have my baroque flute. Now my modern flute spends most of its time tucked away in a drawer, while my violin, viola, and my viola d'amore are often tucked under my chin.
About Site - Kindergarten through 5th grade Elementary Music blog. Complete with resources, ideas and technology for those in the elementary music classroom.
Site - pianoaddict.com
About Site - Piano Addict is the place for all piano lovers; students, teachers, friends, amateurs, and professionals. Connect with other piano addicts, catch up on posts and news, and check out links to other teaching and learning sites.
About Site - Classical music blogger. Sometimes political on twitter. 'Slugging a Vampire' is the title of a 20-second long Charles Ives song.
Site - mrskingrocks.blogspot.in
About Site - Tracy King has shared her love of music with students and colleagues for more than twenty years. In her career she has experienced teaching all grade levels, band and choir.
Site - lindsaybrazell.com/blog
About Site - Hey there! I'm Lindsay, and I am currently pursuing my PhD in music education! I was a high school choral director in South Carolina for 3 years and absolutely loved it. Making music with eager-to-learn/eager-to-sing students is the best job in the world! I have been blogging about my journey in music education for almost 10 years now, and hope that my posts can help you in your own journey!
About Site - Bringing classical music to underprivileged children in India. To introduce western classical music to underprivileged and street children in India. To provide, through music education, a sense of discipline, self-esteem and possible career opportunities for deprived youngsters.
Site - ofortunaorff.blogspot.in
About Site - I'm a little off-beat; funky, creative, crafty, with eclectic music tastes. I'm a proud Mainer but have lived in NC for a long while now and love it. OK- the nitty gritty- I have a Master's Level in Orff Schulwerk certification, and a Master's Degree in Music.
Site - judithweir.com
About Site - She was an oboe player, performing with the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain, and studied composition with John Tavener during her schooldays. She blogs about her experiences of cultural life in the UK
Site - violadodio.wordpress.com
About Site - European viola player and writer (The Strad, Classical Music). Doctor of French (University of Warwick), master of viola (Conservatoire of Life).
Site - davidnice.blogspot.com
About Site - An impressionistic outlet for some of those thoughts, musical and otherwise, I don't have a chance to air in the media. I write, broadcast and lecture on music.
Site - wilforbismusic.com
San Diego, CA
About Site - San Diego Music Instructor/Performer/Composer. I tweet about production music for video, youtube, video games, etc. Also interesting articles on music in general
About Site - As Associate Professor of Music Education and Director of the Consortium for Innovation and Transformation in Music Education at Arizona State University, I support people interested in music teaching and learning in varied contexts.
About Site - Musings on a life singing, teaching and being a creature of the theatre! I am a NYC-based voice teacher and coach; singer, actor, voice over narrator and writer/blogger! - teach singers active in Music Theatre, Opera, Classical, Jazz, Cabaret, R&B, and more!
Site - goodcompanybw.blogspot.in
About Site - A classically-trained, freelance pianist (and perpetual student) currently living in San Antonio, TX. I play in several musical sandboxes, as needed.
About Site - Tips for Classical Musicians and lovers of Classical Music. My name is Carol and I am a violinist/composer/and a pianist. I juggle lots of great and fascinating activities on a daily basis. I love my life and music. Classical Music is my passion.
Site - astonshighnotes.blogspot.com
About Site - I am a retired elementary music teacher with over 30 years of experience in public schools.I am currently an independent Side-by-Side Coach, working with elementary music teachers, guiding and helping them with their curriculum, technology, resources, classroom management plan, and so much more.
About Site - Hi! I'm Lori from Sweet Sounds. I'm an elementary music teacher and designer of resources at Sweet Sounds from the Music Room. On my blog I share classroom tips, teaching ideas, and elementary music classroom resources with a Kodaly twist.