Today’s Google Doodle features Clara Rockmore, in celebration of her 105th birthday, and lets you play around with the theremin a bit. First you’ll learn the opening of the Swan: […]
The New York Times released an article yesterday aimed at creating some controversy over the taxi horn notes in Gershwin’s “An American in Paris” with little else to say about […]
I got back from Fort Collins, Colorado Wednesday around 3 p.m., after a long 8-hour drive through Kansas. The trip that I wrote about last week, first to the SCI. Region […]
I woke up in Wichita, Kansas this morning, an unfamiliar place that I won’t get much of a chance to know, unfortunately. I love to travel, which is one of […]
Music is a unique art, one that intentionally hides the majority of its experience. How much of the music do you actually see when you attend a concert?
It’s been less than two weeks and the semester is in full swing. The music department at Missouri State is in a tizzy trying to keep up with everything as […]
I’ve been working fervently since the moment my composition recital was over to get my conducting recital ready. Coming up one week from today I’ll be presenting my senior conducting […]