Online Music Teaching

Tuba

Øystein Baadsvik: “If You Are a Musician, You Have a Gift, and You Should Never Forget That You Can Spread Happiness, Excitement, and Joy to Others”

Øystein Baadsvik is probably one of the most famous tuba players in the history of our instrument. He made his way into the hermetic world of classical music by demonstrating his virtuosity and musicality, and today his videos on the internet accumulate millions of views. In this exclusive interview, he tells us all about it.

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Music

Design and Implementation of Online Music Teaching in the Context of Closed Isolation for Epidemic Prevention and Control: A Case Study of Guangzhou Xinhua University’s Closed Isolation

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Clarinet

Stephen Williamson: “Music Is a Universal Language. It’s Been Gratifying Within the Doom and Gloom of Everything Shutting Down to Be Able to Perform and Teach Virtually”

Stephen Williamson, Principal Clarinet of the Chicago Symphony, talks about how his practice routine has changed during the pandemic. He records himself almost every day to identify and work on flaws in his playing. Williamson also discusses how the Chicago Symphony’s activities have been affected by the pandemic, including the formation of a woodwind quintet and the production of the CSOtv series. He underwent rotator cuff surgery during the pandemic and returned to performing just six weeks after the surgery. Williamson also teaches virtually and is involved in two different websites where people can get lessons, master classes, or group chamber coachings with him. Finally, he talks about his family’s musical video project and expresses gratitude for being able to perform and teach virtually during the pandemic while acknowledging the difficult situation for other musicians.

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