March 18, 2019

When musicians think about the orchestra, they typically think that orchestras are dying because of the lack of interest from younger generations. This is a major crisis for the future of classical music. I would like to propose a different angle to look at this issue....

January 29, 2019

Whether you’re a solo artist or in a band, all musicians experience an initial struggle upon bouncing onto their respective local music scenes. Some venues won’t book you because you have no music out, while others might be fine with you playing cover songs for hours....

October 1, 2018

After attending my first music festival, I truly could not get enough. The long lines to get through the front gates. The various stages my friends and I are constantly running back and forth from. The colorful and elaborate outfits festival-goers wear. The abundance o...

January 8, 2018

During my freshman year at Miami I participated in a drumline that competed in World Guard International (WGI) called Rhythm X. For the unfamiliar, WGI is a non-profit organization that hosts competitions for indoor color guard, drumline, and winds across the world. I...

December 4, 2017

When the board of the Miami University Symphony Orchestra  learned that we would be performing Modest Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition, we knew that we wanted to do something special. The Russian composer originally wrote a suite of 10 pieces, interspersed with m...

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