Advice to Young Musicians

“You cannot settle for second-best,” as stated by Morten Lauridsen. Morten Lauridsen was the composer-in-residence of the Los Angeles Master Chorale from 1995–2001. He influenced a generation of students as the professor of composition at the USC Thornton...

The Science of Singing

Singing is incredibly complex on a biological level and on a spiritual level. What exactly is happening when we open up our pipes and sing out loud? Dr. Gerald Brooks is a speech and voice specialist who wrote about the engagement of the brain in the Guardian. Singing...
A Brief History of Carnegie Hall

A Brief History of Carnegie Hall

This year, Carnegie Hall in New York City is celebrating its 125th anniversary. This architecturally outstanding building has embraced a wealth of talented performers in its impressive past. To this day, the concert hall hosts a range of young stars and inspires...