In mid December, more than 8,000 musicians gathered in Seoul, Korea, in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for largest orchestra. The orchestra was made up of amateur musicians from churches located around the country.
Chicago planners have announced that they hope to open the first major gospel music museum in 2020. The planned $37.2 million National Museum of Gospel Music will be housed on a site once occupied by Pilgrim Baptist Church, known as the birthplace of gospel.
Wesleyan University Scientists used electroencephalography to examine the differences in the brain activity of classical and jazz musicians during unexpected chord progressions.
In a case hugely significant for global copyright infringements, New Zealand’s high court ruled that their National party infringed on Eminem’s song “Lose Yourself.”
Twenty years after founding the arts organization Silkroad, Yo-Yo Ma is passing the baton to three of his collaborators and close friends.
For the first time, sixteen Music & Arts warehouses will be open to the public across the US. Score open-box brand-name instruments, accessories, and sheet music extremely cheap! From student band gear and orchestral strings, to unique instruments not usually carried in their stores, now’s the time to shop.
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Musician and philanthropist Steven Tyler of Aerosmith has been named the Nashville Symphony’s 2017 Harmony Award winner. He will perform and receive the award at the December 9 Symphony Ball fundraiser. The Harmony Award recognizes the individual who best exemplifies the harmonious spirit of Nashville’s musical community.
A preliminary study by a New York University team has explored psychopaths’ music preferences and their correlation. Contrary to stereotypical psychopaths like Silence of the Lambs Hannibal Lecter, there is no particular fondness for classical music.