Are holographic teachers the future of music education?

It wasn’t too long ago that our vision of what the near future would look like consisted of robots and machines helping humans go about their daily lives, serving them at restaurants, and even providing companionship.

April 20th, 2018 | Tags: ,
Why the whole of the MI industry should support music lessons

The likes of ISM have been campaigning heavily to protect creative subjects in schools, but is the wider musical instrument industry doing enough to support the continuation of music lessons?

April 18th, 2018 | Tags: ,
Classical music’s blurred boundaries

The ‘classical music’ label is proving outdated for many of today’s creative artists who thrive on the ever-decreasing gap between the art form and other music genres, writes Kate Molleson

April 13th, 2018 | Tags:
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Putting ‘Don Giovanni’ on a Truck, and Returning Opera to Its Roots

On a steamy evening in late June, Lisa Scen, a retired cook of inscrutable age, donned a simple beige dress and glittery earrings and prepared to go to her first night at the opera.

April 6th, 2018 | Tags:
The Awfulness of Classical Music Explained

Visiting a popular concert hall for the first time some years ago, I was lucky to have a fairly genial host whom I’ll call Luddy. He guided me patiently through the obtuse and unfriendly ticketing procedure at the “Will Call“ [...] more >>

April 4th, 2018 | Tags:
Pianist calls for shorter classical shows to attract younger audiences

Pianist Stephen Hough has called for classical concerts to be overhauled to attract younger audiences.

March 30th, 2018 | Tags: ,
‘Classical’ music is dying…and that’s the best thing for classical music

Charlie Albright says new approaches to classical music are the route to its revival.

March 28th, 2018 | Tags: