We introduced the new SmartMusic last September, and it was officially launched in December. Over these first 6 months, our top priority has been to improve the new SmartMusic to meet and exceed the expectations of all music educators.
It’s a common scenario — you’re stuck in a professional development session that doesn’t apply to you because your ensemble classroom isn’t like a math or language arts class.
Earlier today, SmartMusic’s parent company Peaksware, announced that Alfred Music, the world’s largest educational music publisher, will be joining its portfolio of companies.
As you may have read last week, we are hard at work on the new SmartMusic, and eager to make sure that all SmartMusic users are up-to-date on our progress.
SmartMusic accelerates learning by providing students with immediate feedback and a vital connection with their teacher. For many educators, the benefits the program offers are clear.
In an ever-shifting job market, the ability to teach both band and choir has become a necessity for many music educators.
Today, Tuesday, March 8, is International Women’s Day, an opportunity to celebrate the social, economic, cultural, and political achievement of women.
Perhaps no other instrument strikes fear into the hearts of music teachers everywhere than the bassoon. Just look at it!
This week we added 25 new ensemble titles to the SmartMusic Repertoire Library. Included are new pieces for choir, concert band, jazz ensemble, and string orchestra (a full list appears below).
Now is the ideal time of the year to present opportunities for summer music study to your students and their families.