Elizabeth Geli is an assistant editor for Muse Media LLC and a journalist/communications professional in Southern California. She played flute in marching bands for 17 years, had a short stint as a jazz band alto saxophone player, and is currently attempting to learn hand bells. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Print Journalism and master’s degree in Specialized Journalism (The Arts) from the University of Southern California, where she served as a senior graduate teaching assistant for the Trojan Marching Band.
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Tune Into Ear Training | Nov 30
“Tonight, we are young. So let’s set the world on fire …” There’s a minor sixth in Fun’s hit song “We Are Young.” The guitar riff in the “South Park” theme song? That’s a tritone. And when YouTube’s viralRead More
Blending Brass | Feb 03
With so many superhero movies hitting the theaters, it’s ironic to hear ensemble directors tell their students, “Don’t be a hero,” when someone is sticking out in the overall sound. Because of the brass instruments’ powerful directional abilities, blendingRead More
As you might have guessed, the Boston Brass is a brass quintet originally formed in Boston. What you might not have known is that more than performing with a unique blend of broad repertoire and boisterous fun, the group’sRead More