Real School student Erica Parks chats with us about her roles in the upcoming production of The Music Man, and the importance of understudies to a production.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BURLINGTON, MA, March 6, 2017 --- The Real School of Music is pleased to announce Erik Ringstad as the new Director of Guitar Instruction.
Real School student Chris Ruediger has been busy over the past few months and is making the most of his senior year. Read on to learn more about the talented singer songwriter's plans for the future.
Maddy Roop, Real School alumni and multi-instrumentalist, is the featured artist at the March 19, 2017 Open Mic in Burlington! Maddy has been with Real School for six years, taking lessons, participating in the RealJams Academy and RealJams Ensemble programs, and performing at off-site events.
Ever make a New Year’s resolution only to find that you’ve completely gotten off track come spring? Well, for musicians, making music resolutions can lead to the same results. Up until last year, I found that the same tired goal-making routine was becoming more of a chore and less of an inspirational experience.
It's the first few days of winter in New England as I'm typing this, where late December can bring deep freezes and warm breezes all in the same week, and sometimes in the same day. As the title of this article suggests, winter is a bad time for musical instruments, including vocalists.
2016 was an amazing year at Real School. To celebrate the new year, we decided to look back at the most popular articles on the Real School blog - because it's one of the places we celebrate our students, instructors, and share the latest trends in music education.
Are you looking for an affordable holiday gift for the beginner musician, but not sure where to start? Avoid the mistake of purchasing a low quality or incorrectly sized instrument that's destined to collect dust in a corner.