We all have moments that drastically change our outlook on our own lives and how we are living them. There's always something that triggers these moments. It could be an event, a conversation, or even a work of art. As art is such an important part of my life, works of art inspire me the most... especially music.
Of all sub-genres of classical music, I find symphonic and orchestral music to be the easiest to listen to if you are just starting to reach out into classical music.
Happy New Year! It's that time again for us to reflect on the past year and think about what we can change or do better in our lives. Sometimes these New Years resolutions end up changing our lives, and sometimes they fizzle out partially through the year. However, this year I am committed to completing my goals, and I invite you to join me in completing our goals!
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart vs. Franz Joseph Haydn Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born on January 27th, 1756 in Salzburg, Austria. At an early age, he displayed…
If you desire to pursue a career in music history, don't limit yourself. Of course you can become a professor at a university and inspire students like your professors did before you, but take it from someone who tried and steered away from that route. There are other roads to travel, even if you have to make one for yourself.