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In Creative Strings Podcast Episode 25 we take a look at many of Pablo’s compositions and play samples along with his commentary on:
>- Clavé as a mantra
>- Fear in classical music
>- The academizing of jazz
After we heard Neil Fong Gilfillan’s remix, “Drop it Like Gavotte”, we couldn’t get it out of our heads. Who knew a remix of Suzuki repertoire could be so infectious? Neil and Rachel Samson are creative, inspiring, young string teachers. Together they run the teaching studio in Frisco, TX called Chili Dog Strings. This husband and Read more about 21st Century Suzuki Teaching with Chili Dog Strings – Creative Strings Podcast Ep. 24[…]
Sitting in a cafe in Oslo during this 23-day tour of Europe, it hit me. I’m thinking about the balance between artistic goals and life goals, and how that balance is dependent on the need to pay rent. About things that change in us, and things that remain; priorities that do or don’t shift as Read more about On Balance- Report from the Road[…]
A versatile classically trained violinist, Earl Maneein has taken the path less traveled, pursuing his passion for extreme music.