Ray Chen to Giveaway 100 Kennedy Violins in Practice Challenge on Tonic App

Renowned violinist Ray Chen has announced an extraordinary giveaway of 100 violins from Kennedy Violins, a leading supplier of student and professional string instruments. This news broke following a captivating and entertaining video of an event at the Colburn School, where Chen challenged students to a unique competition—participants attempted to outplay the virtuoso on specially […]

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How Kennedy Violins is Helping Students Get Quality Violins

In the enchanting realm of music, the sound of the violin evokes profound emotions, from intense passion to soulful nostalgia. The quality of a violin, coupled with the dedication of its player, can make or break a musical performance.  While many beginners often struggle to find a good violin that doesn’t break the bank, Kennedy […]

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Interview with Ben Heckler of Promo Panda, Juice.ai

Today we’re interviewing one of our own, Ben Heckler, the founder of Jam Addict. Heckler started the blog 3 years ago as a side project to share some of his drumming tips, provide his perspective on music, and just write some hilarious and entertaining music articles. Heckler authored hundreds of articles and got Jam Addict […]

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The Mysterious World of Songwriter eden ahbez

The King Cole Trio issued their second 78rpm single of the year in late March 1948. The three, who were already well-known for crossover pop hits like (I Love You) for Sentimental Reasons, decided to try something new for their upcoming album. Nature Boy, which was originally buried on a B-side, was unlike anything else […]

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‘A Trip Through Time’: Missing Palestinian Revolutionary Music Gets Restored

In the spring of 2020, when Covid-19 swept the globe, Mo’min Swaitat, a Palestinian actor and filmmaker based in London, found himself stuck in his birthplace of Jenin, West Bank. He was lured to the shuttered Tariq Cassettes, a music store and record label he knew from his boyhood that had closed down years ago, […]

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The Forgotten Heroes of English Music

My play started in an epiphany, but it would take me ten years to complete. I had written it off as a failing effort until Roxana Silbert of Hampstead Theatre prompted me to revisit it. Covid intervened, and the production was delayed, leading me to believe it would never be broadcast; nevertheless, BBC Radio 3 […]

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