My tech client DoReMIR Music Research's core product ScoreCloud nailed another crazy-visible mention, this time in the New York Times alongside Instagram, Spotify, YouTube and Vine. Watch for music industry trade publication reviews coming soon. Can ScoreCloud pass their 'reviewer stress tests'?
This month I'm planning a special "not your mama's music education event" for Casio (that's just what we call it around here, LOL). We're popping up in some unlikely places, and you'll all be invited!
Later this fall, my fun hosting gig "Noting The New Music Classroom" at Apple Soho will take a back-to-school tour of the latest apps for music classrooms with friends from the Manhattan Producer's Alliance.
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I love it when global visibility strikes! Watch this CNN International profile of ScoreCloud inventor Sven Ahlback. Over 250,000 musicians around the world are using this groundbreaking music notation too. Way to go, Sven and the ScoreCloud team! If you're in Nashville July 16-20, we want to see you. Casio is hosting events for pro musicians, music teachers and education leaders. Join us! Register here
Michelle Moog-Koussa, Executive Director of the Bob Moog Foundation, was my special guest for the second Noting the New Music Classroom event, held June 3, 2014 at Apple Soho in Manhattan. Stay tuned for the next Noting the New Music Classroom event at Apple Soho, early September 2014.
Bob Moog fans, music and science educators, theremin enthusiasts and synthesizer aficionados and came to talk about the importance of including the arts in science and mathematics education, and we discussed the foundation's flagship educational program, Dr. Bob's Sound School. This initiative takes an innovative approach to teaching the science of sound through the magic of music in early elementary classrooms. Check out their work and get involved! www.moogfoundation.org
Promotional support for this event was provided by the Manhattan Producer's Alliance, New York City Department of Education, the Audio Engineering Society, and Little Kids rock. A million thanks!