Grace Notes Explained

Grace Notes in music represent a note that is played so fast that it doesn’t get a beat. Think of it as a blur. Some times they’re used in order to allow the sheet music to be more legible. Rather than seeing a bunch of 16th notes sliding into a downbeat (quarter note) its not […]

Elearning Africa Helps Teachers In Dakar 2009

Africa has entered e-learning. The entire program, known as eLa, helps educators in Africa and allow them to become familiar with distance learning tools. I’ve worked with DonorsChoose in order to help over 900 kids in need and raised a lot of money for them, and I really feel that using the internet for education […]

Fuzz.com Closes Its Doors

Breaking News: Fuzz.com is closing its doors. With the increasing growth in internet activity, a website for musicians was a great asset to the music community. But, as is were, there is increasing competition from Myspace, Reverbnation, IndiePendence Music, Facebook, Jamendo, Pure Volume, and many more. What was Fuzz.com? Fuzz.com was a place similar to […]

Small World Podcast

I’m interviewed by Bazooka Joe from Small World Podcast Today! Click Here to listen! We talk about why I had the score for an 80-piece orchestra performed with samples on a computer; how I came to write and perform classical music; themes and ideas I wanted to explore on ‘I.I’, why some critics say my […]