Think of this as a classic book club, but with your own musical instruments. It's a chance for individuals to perform and share in their favorite musicians, bands, songs, musical software, and any other talents. It's fun, exciting, and a great opportunity for the whole family to broadcast themselves. We use YouTube, have listening sessions, rock jams, group discussions, and simply allow for a joint appreciation in everything music. It's all about "Self-Expression," one music lover at a time!
This database from Alexander Street Press provides streaming audio, video, reference, and musical scores for a multitude of genres, from American Song, Classical, Contemporary World, and Jazz music to the encyclopedic Smithsonian Global Sound. Create, edit, and save playlists and download free classical and world music.
Find music and voice lessons using the U.S. Businesses Custom Search tab of this database. Limit your geographic search by zip code, county, or city and search the following terms under ‘Business type’: “Music Education – Instrumental”, “Fine Arts Schools” and “Art Instruction and Schools”.
Learn about classical composers online with Classics for Kids. Classics for Kids® has been honored with a National Community Impact Award for Engagement by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting in recognition of its innovative on-air and online services for children.
Chuck Vanderchuck’s “Something Something” Explosion is an immersive, interactive online experience with the goal of helping kids understand music, ear training, and music composition. Kids, ages 6-9, can view animated videos highlighting different musical genres: Salsa, Jazz, Rock, Country, and Reggae.
Pop Music Quiz - 2010+ Edition
Teens love music. Show the world and your friends what you know about pop music with this free app for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad.
This free application lets you create a personalized streaming radio program. Select one of your favorite songs or artist and let Pandora do the rest! This application is available for multiple mobile devices
Create a free profile on last.fm that shows every artist, album, and track you’ve ever played and connect with other social music listeners to share image galleries and tour dates of your favorite musicians.
The Orange County Library System now offers more than 200 e-magazine titles through a new service, Zinio for Libraries. The e-magazines specific to music, Billboard, Electronic Musician, Guitar Player, and Rolling Stone, can be read on your computer and a variety of mobile devices.
Since 2006, "National Geographic World Music showcases international artists and musical performances in an interactive and immersive online environment, supporting the core aim of National Geographic to inspire people to care about the planet. The site uses the language of music as a medium to tell the stories of the world."
Located in Cleveland, Ohio, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum "exists to collect, preserve and interpret the impact rock has made on our world." Learn about the Museum, past and current inductees, and ongoing exhibits.