Emily Moneymaker started playing the family instrument - trumpet - at the age of 8 and continues to play to this day. A graduate from the University of Southern California, she performed with the Trojan Marching Band. She now works in marketing in Los Angeles and writes for Halftime Magazine.
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Jazz trombonist Wycliffe Gordon is dedicated to teaching young musicians when he isn’t performing. He works to continually evolve his techniques but relies on a few tried-and-true philosophies, including: 1. Don’t define yourself by one teaching style. Remain open to newRead More
Launching Into Uncharted Territory | Dec 01
After years of teaching band, you’ve just been told that you must also teach beginning orchestra. Panic sets in as you realize you don’t know how to position your fingers, and you fear making screeching sounds in front ofRead More