Hey there! Yeah, you there landing at the Music at Gleneagle site. Do you play the guitar (or did you even play along with us last year)? Do you want to learn, or maybe have friends, colleagues, teachers or students that might benefit from tapping into a community of learners improving their guitar playing? In […]
International Space Station Commander Chris Hadfield led a high-tech concert Monday, joining thousands of young voices from around the world — with his own voice from space. Students, musicians and other participants across Canada and as far away as Singapore and Australia sang along with Hadfield, belting outISS — Is Somebody Singing?, the song Hadfield […]
Over spring break, the Gleneagle Music Department will be headed south to Los Angeles and the Heritage Music Festival, where we brought home many awards and recognitions four years ago (when the festival was held in New York City). Students in Gleneagle’s bands, choir, and vocal jazz ensembles will be taking in not only the […]
Most of this entry was cross-posted on the Introduction to Guitar site here. I wanted to take a few minutes and tip my hat to the vibrant community that has sprung up around our school’s Introduction to Guitar class. Having had students post their work regularly to a wiki site in past years, I wanted to incorporate […]
We’re working on a new project in guitar this spring.
One of the listeners to Gleneagle’s Spring Concert, which aired live on #DS106Radio, was the director of the Bernard L. Schwartz Communication Institute & Writing Across the Curriculum coordinator at Baruch College, City University of NY, Mikhail Gershovich (Full disclosure: Mikhail provided part of the motivation to have the packed-house shout, DS106 Radio for Life!). […]