Steve Struhar, SmartMusic’s Product Manager, will be in the Chicago/Naperville area March 31 – April 1, 2014. He’s bringing along two User Interface specialists, and he’d like to sit down with you to study how you interact with the SmartMusic software.
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October is the month we search for new Halloween Music to learn on our instruments.
We’re all familiar with those pesky music literature listening quizzes. Either we administer them, we’ve taken them, or we have one coming up next week.
SmartMusic is best known for its use in the schools of the United States and Canada however there are thousands of musicians around the world who also see the benefit of using SmartMusic as part of their teaching and practicing.
I started taking cello lessons in October 2011. As a music teacher, it’s been a long time since I’ve been a beginner on an instrument.
Baseball Beth and her keyboard/composition student, Jake
My friends call me Baseball Beth. In addition to being a fervent fan of America’s greatest pastime, I’m a MakeMusic employee, a piano composition instructor, and a show director at a local music school.