If you've been considering signing your child up for music lessons, then this will be a great read for you.
January is a month of quiet beauty for much of the United States - mostly because it's covered in snow. No bright colors to be seen for miles, but there is a way to usher in the Spring season ahead of schedule! No, it's not the groundhog - it's by listening to the bright, unique sound of the oboe.
We all have that time in our lives when we start gracefully transitioning from following the rules to making our own rules. Classical music had that "stage" as well - and it began here, in the Romantic Era.
Every month, we at Candid Brilliance Music like to feature a specific song that we've recorded, so that those interested in our performance can get a taste of what we do. This month, we are sharing a sample of our recording: Rondine al Nido composed by Vincenzo De Crescenzo.
We all come to a point in our lives where we want a fresh, new, exciting activity - for instance, I'm learning how to code (trust me; not for the faint of heart!). Besides coding, I love to pick up a new instrument and play - but to those of us that have never played an instrument before, how hard can it be to learn?