A look at Maryland students’ achievement levels finds a correlation between music instruction in grades six to eight and success at algebra. Algebra, according to the Great Schools website, “is Continue Reading →
The bulk of the new $10-million arts legacy fund that B.C. Liberals promised in their March budget is earmarked for a new B.C. Spirit Festival Days, NDP MLA and culture Continue Reading →
Here is a fun way to learn your intervals!! The interval song sung to a Latin rhythm.
For the first time, research shows that American creativity is declining. What went wrong—and how we can fix it. Back in 1958, Ted Schwarzrock was an 8-year-old third grader when Continue Reading →
The basic recording contract upon which most of the popular music business has been based for the past 50 years is fundamentally broken.This is not the sentiment of one of Continue Reading →
Even minor cuts to provincial funding can be devastating to grassroots groups that are the lifeblood of arts in B.C. In October 2009, Vancouver’s Helen Pitt art gallery was forced Continue Reading →