Classical music has been evolving for centuries, so there are all different kinds of sounds.
With budget cuts, a changing curriculum and myriad other factors playing into the modern school day, it may come as no surprise that courses in music, art, vocational trades and more are often on the chopping block, considered as electives [...] more >>
Music is, objectively, not a living thing — but new research out of Southern Methodist University and the University of California, Los Angeles, suggests that we don’t always treat it that way, and sometimes even think of it as another [...] more >>
Contemporary composition has become as fractured as the art world—and that’s a good thing.
Not content to let customers sit back and enjoy some light jazz, companies have turned hold music into a marketing exercise.
New research confirms listening to a much-studied Mozart sonata has an anti-epileptic effect on children.
It’s 4pm on a Thursday, and your child is on the couch with the iPad. You need to leave for the weekly music lesson in half an hour. You can see dust has gathered on the piano (or the flute [...] more >>