Our head technician, Cal, discusses the most common way instruments get damaged. The Best Case for your instrument means you spend less in the long-term scenario.
Neville Shade presents the latest TMP Workshop for students preparing for music performance exams. Get in quick.
One of Adam Simmon’s strongest musical memories is of dancing around his family lounge room as a child to Ornette Coleman’s album, “Dancing in Your Head”. Soon, he and his band, Origami, will pay tribute to Ornette Coleman at Uptown Jazz Cafe.
In my previous two posts I mentioned how important I believe it is for musicians to develop their listening skills, both to recognise styles and to be able to build the sound of their playing. This is where the rubber meets the road, and in this post I hope to show how to turn listening into playing.
Jessica Carlton is a celebrated composer and trumpeter, who spent time at the prestigious Juilliard School. Hear from Jessica Carlton on starting a band
In my opinion, listening is the most important skill to learn as a developing musician but it is possibly given the least amount of attention in a lesson.