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 […]

Music Tells the Story

This week we are hosting a blog by guest-contributor Ayala Asherov. Ayala is a singer/songwriter and composer from Israel, now living in Charleston, SC. I believe that her program, “Music Tells the Story” is of great interest to you, our readers, because her philosophy resonates very strongly with our own mission to foster creativity and […]

The Teacher-Student Relationship

Today, we share a post from guest-blogger, Alexandra Berube, founder of Boston Tutoring Services, LLC. Ms. Berube is a trained teacher with an M.Ed. from Lesley University. She believes that having a personal connection with parents is crucial to a child’s success, and understanding the value of an individualized approach makes all the difference. The […]

The Language of Music

Today I was teaching one my violin students Handel’s “Chorus” from Judas Maccabaeus. For those of you who don’t know the piece, it starts out with a rich beautiful theme with long notes. The violinist then plays a middle section of a lighter nature, followed by a return to the opening theme. I wanted to […]

Instrumental Music Instruction and the Brain

This morning, I read Dr. Perri Klass’s New York Times article called “Early Music Lessons Have Longtime Benefits”.  The article was originally published on September 10, 2012 and validates what many musicians and music lovers intuitively know – the fact that instrumental music instruction and general music lessons teach life skills which transcend the classroom. […]