Preventing and Resolving Piano Injury

Elizabeth "Beth" Mueller Grace spent thousands of dollars seeking the help of specialists in resolving her piano injury. Grace, a highly-trained pianist and teacher, is determined to pass on what she finally learned about healthy technique to others with similar problems.

Classical Teens Reach 700,000 Listeners

How did two high school students from Colorado just set themselves up to have their music heard by 700,000 listeners in a single day? These two 17-year-old juniors were both chosen to perform with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra (CSO) on National Public Radio’s “From the Top” weekly classical music program.

From College A Cappella to Hollywood

From college a cappella to working on NBC's The Sing Off, to freelance arranging and composing, Ithaca College School of Music grad Rob Dietz has an interesting story to tell. Dietz combined business with music as an undergrad, and talks about how well this has set him up professionally to "understand the mindset of the business world."

Music Tackles Bullying

Have you ever experienced bullying as a student musician? "Stronger," the anti-bullying music video from the Time for Three trio, is based on experiences each member of the trio had while growing up.

Maria Schneider: Becoming a Musician

Grammy Award-winning composer and conductor, Maria Schneider, shares insights and advice to inspire musicians as she urges music students to remember, when the going gets rough, what drew them to want to be a musician in the first place.