Rehearsal Strategies for Young Conductors
Learn how to effectively plan, rehearse, and close a rehearsal that energizes your players and prepares them for a wonderful performance.
How To Program Your Next Orchestra Concert
In this episode of “The Art of Listening” Gabriel Gordon and Jeff Bradbury discuss the Art of Programming. Learn how you can create a fantastic concert performance for your audience today!
5 Famous Wedding Processionals: Where Did They Come From?
Are you looking for the perfect musical selection to walk down the aisle to? In this episode of The Art of Listening, we discover 5 pieces that have become standards for brides to walk down the aisle to on their special day.
The Business of Music: 5 Things Every Profitable String Quartet Music Have
In this episode of “The Art of Listening” Gabriel Gordon and Jeff Bradbury discuss the logistics and business of putting together a profitable wedding ensemble or String Quartet.
A Conversation with Eddy Malave- Violist with unisonorchestra
Welcome to The Art of Listening, a Podcast about classical music, conducting, composition, the business of music, and how to listen to it all.
How Does A Conductor Lead A Community Through A Pandemic? (Featuring Elliot Moore)
In this episode of The Art of Listening, Jeff Bradbury and Gabriel Gordon speak with Longmont Symphony Orchestra Musical Director Elliot Moore.
Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah
Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah is one of the internet’s favorite songs and its popularity is still very strong.
How To Prepare Your Students For Auditions
In this episode of "The Art of Listening" we discuss our best strategies for helping our students prepare for their next District, States, or College audition.
Wohlfahrt Violin Etudes for Young Musicians
The Wohlfahrt Etudes for Violin are the foundation for so many young students and teachers. Please enjoy these short videos and share them with your students.
Bach Concerto for Two Violins: Largo, ma non tanto
Johann Sebastian Bach’s Concerto for two violins BWV 1043, or “The Bach Double” was written around 1725.
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