We have compiled a list of blogs, podcasts and other external links to help better understand classical instruments and music.
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Classics for Kids
Introduce children to classical music in a fun and entertaining way.
This Classical Life
Saxophonist Jess Gillam is joined by a musical guest every week to swap tracks and share the music they love.
The Listening Service
Rethink music with The Listening Service. Tom Service presents a journey of imagination and insight, exploring how music works.
Dive into opera’s most famous arias with the Met Opera’s leading stars. Hosted by Rhiannon Giddens.
The BrettyBang Show
Listen to the secrets of the greatest musicians, artists and creatives of our time with interviews by Brett Yang. Brett is best known for his Internet Personality at TwoSet Violin.
Standpartners for Life
Stand Partners for Life brings you the secrets of the symphony, from two violinists who live together, work together, and play together – 1st Associate Concertmaster and Assistant Concertmaster of the LA Philharmonic, Nathan Cole and his wife, Akiko Tarumoto.
Crushing Classical podcast is an ongoing series of provocative interviews with musicians who are pioneering a new path in the classical music genre.
Skip the Repeat
Hosted by pianist Kai Talim. It features long form conversations with friends and guests who are the artists, musicians, and creatives at the forefront of their respective fields.
Mind Over Finger
The Mind Over Finger Podcast is a resource for knowledge, insight, tips, tricks, and inspiration for musicians interested in learning more about practicing mindfully, performing optimally, and getting more intentional in creating a fulfilling musical career.
Beyond the Triangle
Violinist Amy Beth Horman presents a podcast focused on the art of raising young classical musicians.
Hosted by luthiers Christopher Jacoby and Rozie DeLoach, this podcast dives into the lives of violin makers, their best parts and worst parts, yesterday and today. Historical stories, interviews with experts and makers in the field. (Contains explicit language)