Jacob Chmara: Saxophonist with “The President’s Own” United States Marine Band

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The Marine Band is America’s oldest continuously active professional musical organization. Founded in 1798, the band has performed for every U.S. President since John Adams. Known as “The President’s Own” since the days of Thomas Jefferson, the Marine Band’s mission … Continue reading

I Already Know How To Sing, Why Do I Need Lessons? by Melissa Baden

As a vocal instructor, I highly advocate finding a qualified instructor and studying with them! You may think I am biased, but consider this: When I first decided I wanted to pursue music, I was advised by every musician I … Continue reading

Leah Pecoraro: Visual Artist

    Leah Pecoraro is a visual artist with a wide variety of talents and an interest in helping causes. She works in mixed media, painting, sculpture, body casting, costume design and make up. She resides in Portland, Oregon. Her website … Continue reading

Cody Carson: Set It Off

Cody Carson is the front man/vocalist for the group, Set It Off. As of this writing, he is about to leave for Japan for one week for the Beyond the Blue Tour, then fly back, and the next day play three shows in a row with the band, … Continue reading

Lance Abair: How To Play Madison Square Garden

If you want to improve your on stage performance, this information is for you! Today’s post is an interview with my good friend, Lance Abair. Lance is quite the musician in his own right, however, he also happens to be … Continue reading

Josie Batorski: Studio Teacher

  TTN:  Josie, is there a difference between a set tutor and a studio teacher? JOSIE:  A studio teacher is different from a set tutor.   There are many set tutors working in Canada and in the U.S. in states other … Continue reading

The SAG Foundation LifeRaft Videos

What could be better than advice from the pros? Free advice from the pros! What could be better than free advice from the pros? Free professional advice that you can get at your convenience, in your own home! Now there’s … Continue reading