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Recording New Videos!

Part of the iolma community team went down to the beautiful Hofgarten park in Düsseldorf yesterday, in order to record yet another one of our audience-oriented, easy-going "ask Mircea" videos, of which some can already be found on our YouTube channel! Pictured are community manager Martin Zimny and project manager Mircea Gogoncea getting ready for the shot! ...

Opening concert!

What a night! we proudly hosted our iolma opening concert in Dusseldorf with great musicians such as Maestro Joaquin Clerch and jazz singer / guitarist Luis Regidor-Pain. We were incredibly happy to recieve such a warm welcome at our german headquarters! It was soooo much fun!!! here's a photo of awesome classical guitarist and jazz singer Luis Regidor, rocking the audience at the Robert Schumann Music University! Here we all are, the entire "Germany" team and our guests for the night! ...

Livestream Review

A glimpse behind the scenes of our livestream event! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c41HuYGSV18 Sometimes, it is fun to look back once in while! Especially when you have something special to remember like the recent live event we hosted with Iolma in Dortmund. The guys from the Iolma Community are making a virtue out of necessity in order to keep you updated of our recent events. This particular review was put together by CM Martin, bringing the backstage experience to your computers! Hosting ...

The First Live Stream Concert of iolma!

What an exciting day! Last week, Sunday the 5th of May, we hosted our very first fully online live stream concert! We chose the beautiful concert hall of the Handwerkskammer Dortmund, as it provides good acoustics and enough space to arrange the microphones. And ....yeah, we were invited to play there, so it was an easy decision :D Each of us (from left to right: Junior Zambrana, Andrea Gonzalez, Mircea Gogoncea, Maestro Joaquin Clerch and ME behind the Cam) was pretty tired as we had to take ...

A day in the life of the Iolma team!

Music video to the soundtrack of a presentation video for an upcoming large-scale project! Stay tuned for more information - check back regularly for live updates about our crowdfunding campaign and don't forget to like us on facebook, follow us on twitter and subscribe to us on YouTube! http://facebook.com/iolma https://twitter.com/iolma.official http://youtube/iolmaTV Special thanks to Marco Alleata for the recording and mixing of the soundtrack! ...

Recording students' reactions to live online lessons!

Here we have Cuban guitarist Junior Zambrana working with Cuban maestro Joaquín Clerch on Joaquín Clerch's own transcription of the "Ocho Valses Poeticos" (Eight Poetic Waltzes) by Spanish composer and pianist Enrique Granados, originally written for piano during the early 20th century. And our last addition to this series features Icelandic guitarist Ragnar Árni Ólafsson working on the beginning of the majestic opera-inspired masterpiece by composer Mauro Giuliani, the Rossiniana no. 1 op. ...

Preview of our first-ever interactive online lesson!

The official preview of our first interactive online lesson with Prof. Joaquín Clerch! During this session, he works with Icelandic guitarist Ragnar Arni Olafsson on the Etude no.3 by Heitor Villa-Lobos. Also a nice sneak peek at the way our online teaching system works! Lessons will generally be organized as follows: - every online lesson published onto our website will also exhibit a short preview of 1-3 minutes - in the preview, some key moments of the lesson will be featured, in order for ...

Will we ever run out of music?

Today, I want to share a very interesting science video with you made by one of the most popular Youtubers out there, Michael Stevens from Vsauce. Some of you might already know him (as musicians tend to be nerdy ;) ), and in this particular video, he‘s talking about a topic which was very polarizing for me at first: Will we ever run out of music? I don‘t want to spoil it for you, but („You know my brother once told me? That nothing someone says before the word „but“ really counts.“ Anybody ...

Traveling with your instrument

In a land far, far away OR Traveling with your instrument As young musicians, we are often confronted with the situation of carrying our instrument and its ability to play (mostly ourselves) to a location far, far away. As adventureous it may sound at the beginning: Traveling with your (oversize) instrument implies many, many obstacles, mostly unexpected ones. I want to share one of my very own experciences with you, which I wasn‘t able to anticipate. T‘was a long time ago, when I was on a ...

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