Note From Us: November 2015

Note From Us: November 2015

Note From Us: November 2015

What a month! 

In October we launched, and since our first day we've been helping young musicians connect with professional musicians. The most exciting thing about our launch month has been seeing the absolute generosity of our mentors. All of your questions have been met with time and consideration, and perhaps most importantly, encouragement - the largest part of REHEARSAL's ethos. Keep your questions coming - they're in good hands. And keep reading! All questions and answers are posted in our Q and A tab, which is turning into a fantastic resource for all students.  

What's next? A series on female composers, talks on the place of organ music in Melbourne, conversations with chamber groups and the continuation of our music technology series. This month is chock full of things that you'll want to be reading. 

If you'd like to, join our community here, by writing a "My Rehearsal Room" piece about your relationship with music, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/rehearsalmagazine. Your thoughts and ideas are incredibly important to us, and we'd love to have you. 

Have a creative month! 

Until next time,

Megan Steller 

Editor, REHEARSALmagazine

Here's what we've been reading elsewhere this month: 

5 Questions to Idith Meshulam and Eleanor Cory (Ensemble Pi)

Jamming with your baby: the power of playing music

Classical music – just give children the chance to love it

The Diva Standard. Still. 

JÓHANN JÓHANNSSON: “DOES IT SPEAK SIMPLY AND DIRECTLY?”

The Trill of Doom