Music education doesn’t have to end once you’ve left the classroom! These resources provide an in-depth way to better get to know classical music.
LEARN AT HOME WITH SYMPHONY NOVA SCOTIA
Symphony Nova Scotia’s Music Director Holly Mathieson explores how to develop your listening skills in this in-depth video for aspiring conductors.
FROM CARNEGIE HALL
Carnegie Hall offers a number of helpful resources for music educators who work with students in classrooms and adults looking to learn more about classical music.
Carnegie Hall’s Music Educator Workshops provide a unique look at concepts that help us develop as musicians and teachers.
FROM THE LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
The London Symphony Orchestra is providing a hub of free resources called Always Playing, where they feature full-length concerts twice a week, playlists to keep you motivated at home, activities to keep young music fans busy, and more.
LSO Play is the London Symphony Orchestra’s free, interactive web app that allows you to experience a concert in brand-new ways: view the orchestra from four camera angles simultaneously and switch between them at any time!
SYMPHONY NOVA SCOTIA’S FAQs
Why do the musicians play a few notes before the conductor comes on? Do batons “choose the wizard”? How big is your library? Find out the answer to these questions and more!
Don’t forget to check out our Symphony 101 video series on YouTube. Symphony Nova Scotia musicians answer even more of your questions!