Advance your or your child’s learning with these informative resources for furthering your musical education!
THE COMPOSER’S PALETTE: THE MUSIC OF SAMUEL COLERIDGE-TAYLOR
Hosted by Nathan D. Simmons, this all-new family-friendly virtual concert helps us explore how music makes us feel… and how musical instruments are an important part of that! Featuring works by English composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, whose music is being newly discovered by listeners worldwide. This educational video was made possible by Jason Roth and Cheryl Steadman-Roth through the Education and Diversity Outreach Fund in memory of Adel and Imelda Darwish.
LEARN AT HOME WITH SYMPHONY NOVA SCOTIA
Symphony Nova Scotia’s Principal Cello Rachel Desoer explores how music makes us feel and how we can use music to activate our imaginations using Beethoven’s Symphony No. 4 as an example. Listen to Beethoven’s Fourth Symphony performed by the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen to discover the story you hear.
FROM CARNEGIE HALL
Welcome to NYO-U, where past and present members of the National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America (NYO-USA) offer mini-masterclasses!
The NYO-USA has a YouTube channel full of videos that help spark musical learning.
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!
FROM SISTEMA NEW BRUNSWICK
Join Sistema New Brunswick in practicing at home! Follow along with this helpful playlist that covers everything from bow holds to setting up a practice space.