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An Interview With Rodney Page

An Interview with Rodney Page December 9, 2014 By: Jonathan Glawe             Glawe: Hello Rodney! Thank you for taking the time to chat with me. Over the past several years, I have heard many wonderful things about who you are, and what you bring to your career as a music […]

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Orchestra Concert Attire for Females; What to Wear?

Orchestra Concert Attire for Females; What to Wear? By Candace Chappell ASTA Student Chapter President at Eastern Michigan University From Livonia, Michigan   As a female cellist in my early 20s, I often run into problems when shopping for appropriate concert attire.  Sure, there are a lot of places that sell black clothing, but the […]

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Legends Of String Teaching Podcast – Episode #1

Thank you for listening to the Legends of String Teaching Podcast! The purpose of this podcast is to interview legendary string teachers who have taught for over 25 years, and can provide young string teachers insight into how the profession has evolved. Guest: Gabe Villasurda http://www.stringskills.com Host: Jonathan Glawe Recorded: Nov. 17, 2013

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MASTA Studio Teacher of the Year

Jack Budrow accepts MASTA Studio Teacher of the Year Award Jack Budrow, Double Bass Professor at Michigan State University, was elected our 2014 MASTA Studio Teacher of the Year . The award was to be presented at the Michigan Music Conference MASTA luncheon, however Jack was unable to attend due to a playing commitment. The […]

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President’s Message

As I begin my term as MASTA President, I think of all the wonderful leadership that has defined our organization for so long. I want to express my thanks to Past Presidents, Diane Winder and Larry Dittmar for their strong mentorship . I am also excited about working with our President-Elect Janis Peterson as we […]

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