Afgan girls fight extremism with the power of music
Zarifa Adiba loves music. In Afghanistan, that makes her a target..
In today’s video we’re going to talk about the cultural differences between Italy and USA when it comes to dating, specifically among young people! Be sure to let me know in the comments if you guys agree with me!
And her last comment should be… thank you USA for making this happen and sacrificing life and treasure so I can play my music….we will fight back from inside so your lives were not given in vane. Etc
One of my violin students, who lives in an apartment complex, has been confiding with me about her difficulties practicing due to an overbearing downstairs neighbor named Earle. She’s a beginning adult player, an engineer who lives with her husband, 3 year old child, and a small dog, and like most of us she struggles to find time to devote to her hobbies and pastimes. She usually takes out the fiddle on her lunch breaks, and spends most of her lunchtime working on her lessons during the week. Continue reading →
Wayne Shorter & Herbie Hancock Pen an Open Letter to the Next Generation of Artists
Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock have been friends for over forty years. In the pursuit of their art, they’ve shattered boundaries previously believed unbreakable, they’ve revolutionized the concept of innovation, and have chosen to make the endeavor of living compassionately and courageously the center of their lives.
Making music makes us human. So says Donald Schell, who along with his colleague Rick Fabian, leads Music That Makes Community, an organization that helps churches and other community groups break down the barriers to confident and nourishing group singing. Continue reading →