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Get Ready for Summer! Where to Find Free Concerts in NYC

Get Ready for Summer! Where to Find Free Concerts in NYC

Living in New York City is a dream for many people, and if you’re lucky enough to be one of the Big Apple’s 8.3 million residents, you get to enjoy one of the world’s best hubs for the performing arts. NYC is not just the true home of Broadway theater, it’s also a great place to experience music for free! Read on to learn about several places where you can catch free concerts in NYC. Parties in the Park Our first pick is the SummerStage program at Rumsey Playfield in Central Park, put on b … Read More

Get Ready for Summer! Where to Find Free Concerts in NYC
Living in New York City is a dream for many people, and if you’re lucky enough to be one of the Big Apple’s 8.3 million residents, you get to enjoy one of the world’s best hubs for the performing arts. NYC is not just the true home of Broadway theater, it’s also a great place to experience music for free! Read on to learn about several places where you can catch free concerts in NYC. Parties in the Park Our first pick is the SummerStage program at Rumsey Playfield in Central Park, put on b
5 Guitar Tips for Accompanying a Vocalist
Thinking about taking your skills to an accompaniment gig - or maybe just jamming with some friends who want to sing along? Check out these 5 helpful guitar tips from Mount Pleasant, SC teacher Christopher A...   Guitar is a great instrument to accompany everything from horns to winds to piano to vocals. Whether you’re backing up a soloist, choir, band, or songwriter, there are a few tips to make the experience memorable for you and more importantly the vocalist or other musicia
How to Play Jazz Guitar Scales | 10 Scales Every Guitarist Should Know
You don't have to be a big jazz fan to boost your guitar skills with some jazz techniques. In this guest post, Matt Warnock from mattwarnockguitar.com teaches you 10 must-know jazz guitar scales.  Even if you’ve never played jazz guitar before, you’ve probably come across numerous articles and lessons exploring jazz guitar scales. There seems like an endless mountain of scales to learn when exploring jazz on the fretboard, and they all come with strange names and sound even stranger.
13 Things Only Children of Musicians Will Understand
Musical families have a lot of funny quirks in common! Do any of these things sound familiar? 1. Family sing-alongs never stop! Whether you're getting together for the holidays or just relaxing after dinner, you can bet your bongos that your family will break into song. Singing harmonies feels as natural as breathing, and certain songs will always make you think of home. 2. In fact, sometimes family sing-alongs can get pretty intense. Don't miss your cue! Sometimes your music
TakeLessons Community Shout Outs – Week of 7/28/14
Each week, TakeLessons students and teachers send us their shout outs. We’re thankful to be a part of this positive and thriving community, so we’d like to share these messages with you. Here are the shout outs we received this week: Stacey S. in Covington, KY sent this video of her student Mary C. Stacey wrote, "My young student Mary C. (age 5) plays a lovely Twinkle Twinkle duet with her father. Mary loves playing duets, especially improvisations with her teacher. Mary is a delightful s

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