So if you’re going through one of those ramen-noodle budget phases in your life, allow me to share some of the dollar store wisdom I learned as a music student!
Interview with JiJi Kim
A Discussion about Gender Dynamics and Cultural Trends in the Classical Guitar Community
Could you talk to me a little bit about what got you into guitar? Did you start with classical or pop music? What got you into it?
“So it’s kind of both...
On Wednesdays We Play Classical
A glimpse into the benefits of more genre crossover in the guitar world
One Hand to Rule Them All
A glimpse into the fallacy of the left-handed disadvantage, from the perspective of another Southpaw
of many modern supports. With new technology and ideas, we have certainly gained...
To Be Amplified Or To Not Be Amplified?
That is the question that so many classical guitarists struggle with.
Kathryn Lambert began her classical guitar studies at the age of 6 under the direction of Polly Maynard-Watson of the Childbloom Guitar Program in Denton, Texas. She attended the Houston Classical Minds Festival at the age of 14, competed in an open level competition, participated in a masterclass with Randall Avers, and received private lessons with Isaac Bustos and...