The Inside Voice: A Composer Roundtable from 'The Joy of Singing'
This past summer, Pepper had the pleasure of hosting four of the nation’s top clinicians for a recent Joy of Singing workshop. While they were here, we brought them together to discuss their experiences with teaching, focusing especially on middle school.
Silent No More: Mount Vernon Makes Harpsichord History
The harpsichord holds an important place in music history. Its unique sound is instantly recognizable, flavoring the works of countless composers from the Renaissance, Baroque and Classical periods. The historic harpsichord at Mount Vernon is of special interest to John Watson, Curator Emeritus of Musical Instruments for Colonial Williamsburg. It’s an instrument modern ears have had no way to hear... until now.
Helpful Resources on How to Practice Music Effectively
Practice is absolutely essential to a musician’s success. With that in mind, we’ve rounded up some great resources about the benefits of practicing and how to do it effectively.