Performance

by Robert Fisher, Catoctin School of Music As we pass over the year anniversary since the world was flipped upside down in a global pandemic, the need to communicate and express the gambit of our emotions and experiences grows more paramount. With many ensembles and venues shuttered, many musicians face a seemingly uncertain season wondering when the next performance will take place or what future seasons...

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While music is indeed a form of expressing one's feelings, almost as if it was a language, there is another language that came from music as it's melodies and rythm made their way into the body. The human body reacts to these sounds and rythm, and moves. History teaches us that dancing was used or performed for many different reasons, but we are lead to believe...

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One of the biggest worries that came with covid 19 was that live concerts were affected in a way that most of the live performances had to be cancelled, leaving people uncertain about future shows, festivals and many other music events. However, as the world slowly recovers from the initial blow of the virus, several special measures are being taken in order to resume shows...

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These days we've come to understand and learn how to play instruments that have been around for many years, some as old as flutes and drums, others a bit more new like the violin and the piano, to the more modern ones such as electric guitars, synthesizers and computers. The origin of how every instrument came to be is always fascinating, to think that people eventually...

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