Music Affects Culture

The blog of Maestro Musicians dedicated to transforming society through quality music.

Healing Impatience With Music

Dear readers, You might be curious why I would start a blog post with such a strange title. Did it get your attention? Are you a naturally impatient person? If so, join the club! We can celebrate together. Now that I have given my full disclosure, let’s talk about how we can (hopefully) reverse that trait […]

How Music Affects Children

I recently came across a fantastic BBC Magazine article called “A Point of View: Why it’s time to turn the music off“. This editorial, written by writer and philosopher Roger Scruton, bemoans the fact that we as a society have used and abused music to the point of idolatry. Although Mr. Scruton did not specifically […]

What is culture?

About 10 days ago, I had an interesting discussion with my father about culture. We were talking about why culture is necessary in society and what its benefits are to our society. Yet, what puzzled me was the fact that not once did we really talk about what culture is. Culture seems to be one […]

Music and the Spirit

Dear readers, Today’s article is about Music and the Spirit. It is written for musicians but music lovers will also very much appreciate the points below. Have you ever listened to a piece of music and had chills run down your spine? I’m not talking about the bad kind of chills you get from being […]

Maestro Musicians on Jordan Rich

Dear readers, Please find our Israeli Classical Music Concert announcement featured on the Jordan Rich Show below! You can listen to his show on WBZ 1030 AM. He can be heard Friday and Saturday nights from 12 AM – 5 AM in 38 states! Or, if you are not sure you’ll get the station, you can […]

Maestro Musicians on Books and Beyond!

On August 13, 2015, Ellen Myers of the Newton Library’s series “Books and Beyond” interviewed Daniel Broniatowski and Sergey Khanukaev about Jewish music and their upcoming concert of Israeli Classical Music on September 24. The roughly 30 minute segment concluded with a performance of Ernest Bloch’s Nigun from the Baal Shem Suite.  The interview is being shown throughout […]