Conducting technique; an introduction by Gianmaria Griglio

Conducting technique; an introduction by Gianmaria Griglio

Conducting technique; an introduction and why it matters By GianMaria Griglio Does conducting technique exist? According to some, this is a debatable point: conducting technique (just for clarity, I’m referring to orchestral and not choral conducting) has been the...
Why should I play J.S. Bach’s 2-part inventions?

Why should I play J.S. Bach’s 2-part inventions?

Why should I play J.S. Bach's 2-part inventions? By Fernanda Machado Hello, I am Fernanda Machado and I am musiMentor Piano at iClassical Academy. My newborn course is all about J.S. Bach's 2-part invention No. 10, and I'd like to tell you more about the possibilities...
Zlata Brouwer on 24 Violin Bowing Techniques

Zlata Brouwer on 24 Violin Bowing Techniques

24 Violin Bowing Techniques by Zlata Ihou-Brouwer, the founder of Violinlounge, Classical violinist, teacher and bowing technique expert "With the violin bow, you’re an artist painting with sound colors"   In this article I explain 24 different bowing techniques for...
Theory and Practice of Conducting with Guillermo Scarabino

Theory and Practice of Conducting with Guillermo Scarabino

The Art of Conducting by Guillermo Scarabino How awareness of orchestra parts and conducting will improve your performing Guillermo Scarbino, a well-respected conductor, lecturer and author, has developed masterclasses and workshops for any musician to understand...
Paganini Caprices Unlocked with Pavel Berman

Paganini Caprices Unlocked with Pavel Berman

Paganini Caprices, a devilish challenge for many violinists The 24 Caprices for Solo Violin were written in groups (six, six and twelve) by Niccolò Paganini between 1802 and 1817. As we all know they demand a lot of technique, velocity, accuracy and precision from the...