Monday, May 16, 2016

Music Education Monday: Six-month index, November 2015 - May 2016

It's now been a year and a half since StLJN's "Music Education Monday" feature began, spotlighting free music education resources available online.

To help keep the information easily accessible to as many people as possible, here's an index of posts from the last six months. (You can see indices of the first year's worth of posts here and here.)

The series will continue with a new entry next week. In the meantime, here's a chance to catch up with previous posts you may have missed:

* Developing a theme into a big band arrangement
* A master class with Pulitzer Prize winner Henry Threadgill
* An online course in improvisation from MIT, and more
* A master class with David Liebman's Expansions
* Summer 2016 jazz camps in St. Louis
* A master class with percussionist Airto Moreira
* Expand your musical mind with Brian Eno and John Cage
* A jazz trumpet clinic with Etienne Charles
* A jazz guitar workshop with Barney Kessel
* A master class in improvisation with Gary Burton
* Feeling the funk with Paul Jackson and Mike Clark
* Jazz drumming tips from Lewis Nash
* Workshops with saxophonist Steve Coleman
* A master class with pianist Bill Charlap
* Learning jazz violin with Christian Howes, and more
* A workshop with saxophonist Dewey Redman
* A master class with composer John Corigliano
* Yale University's open online course "Listening to Music"
* "Jazz Fusion Master Class" with Zakir Hussain
* Master classes with saxophonist Chris Potter
* A Latin jazz bass clinic with Oscar Stagnaro
* A master class with trumpeter Ambrose Akinmusire
* Two Q&As with saxophonist Kirk Whalum
* B-3 for beginners, part 2
* Guitar lessons from John McLaughlin, and more

(All previous posts in this series also can be seen in reverse chronological order by clicking on the tag "Music Education Monday.")

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