education

Symphony of the Redwoods Will Conclude Season with International Steinway Artist as Featured Soloist

Symphony of the Redwoods will present their season finale concerts on Saturday, April 9 at 8pm and Sunday, April 10 at 2pm in Cotton Auditorium in Fort Bragg. The program will include Beethoven’s Prometheus Overture, Haydn’s Symphony #103 in E Flat Major (the “Drum Roll” Symphony), and Brahms’ Piano Concerto #1 in D Minor, with […]

Inaugural Season of Dallas Opera’s Institute for Women Conductors Offers Rare Opportunity for Participants

The Dallas Opera has founded the Institute for Women Conductors at The Dallas Opera specifically for music professionals 40 and younger. Out of 103 applicants, six women were selected to be involved in the inaugural season of the program in November. This unique opportunity allows participants to conduct the Dallas Opera Orchestra and attend master […]

David Cameron Believes Core Subjects Should Be Prioritized Above Music Education

In a recent interview, British Prime Minister David Cameron asserted his stance on music education, stating that although it’s beneficial to students, we must rely on the fundamentals. “I’m a great believer that at the heart of a good education you’ve got to get the basics right,” said Cameron, “and so we’ve been quite tough […]