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Sounds Like A Story

Can you tell a story through music? What instrument would you pick to represent the hero? What instrument would you pick to represent the villain? I am back at ArtPlay in January with a new workshop for 5-8 year olds. Join me as we create a...

Chance meeting revives pianist’s career

I've tried on many occasions to say something like this, just not so eloquently- "performers have a right – even a responsibility – to be nervous, which they must overcome by preparing so thoroughly that they will do well in spite of it." Article by Michael Cooper...

Education in Tasmania

Great discussion about issues surrounding education in Tasmania as part of Dark Mofo festival in Hobart.

New Strings Tutor – Crashendo!

Crashendo! is recruiting! Crashendo!, an El Sistema-inspired music program based at Laverton College, Victoria, Australia, is seeking an experienced strings teacher for two afternoons a week starting immediately. Applicants should have experience conducting string ensembles and be available Tuesdays and Thursdays 3.30-5.30 on a term basis....