Using Dorico in the Classroom: A Guide for Music Teachers

Using Dorico in the Classroom: A Guide for Music Teachers

As part of our #ComposeWithDorico campaign, we’ve given schools around the country copies of our entry-level music notation software Dorico Elements. Here, we offer tips and advice for music teachers so that they can get the most out of Dorico Elements, focusing in...
Is There a ‘Window of Opportunity’ for Learning Music?

Is There a ‘Window of Opportunity’ for Learning Music?

When it comes to music education, there are a number of factors that determine how well students learn, from the quality of the teaching to the level of access to resources such as rehearsal spaces and music scoring software – but could the age that you begin learning...
The Most Exciting Innovations Within Classical Music

The Most Exciting Innovations Within Classical Music

Classical music may have one foot firmly in a tradition that stretched back centuries, but it isn’t afraid to keep on innovating, either. From inventive new performances, to cutting edge technologies, here are some of the most exciting innovations taking place in the...
Will Rebranding Classical Music Really Lead to Its Revival?

Will Rebranding Classical Music Really Lead to Its Revival?

Each passing year seems to bring new opportunities for people creating music – from promoting it via the internet, to increasingly sophisticated composing software. But some are still worried that classical music needs to win over new, young audiences if it is to...