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This One Time, At Band Camp: Rocking out with Girls Rock! Seattle
Songwriter Mai Bloomfield recently spent a week in Seattle teaching girls aged 9-11 how to enjoy the camraderie and excitement of playing in a rock band. Some of the camp participants had never laid hands on an instrument before - yet by the end of the week they had formed bands, written original songs, and performed them together! For Mai, the experience was incredibly rewarding, although not without its challenges. In this article, Mai shares her experiences firsthand.

New Music Roundup: A Few Quick Picks
If you're a music teacher and you're like me, your teaching and performance schedule can leave you little or no time to actually sit down and listen to new music! I keep trying to remember to expose myself to new music, especially in unfamiliar genres. So this month, I'm doing my part by sharing some musical starting points with you -- maybe they'll be inspirational to you as well!

A Little Harsher By Design: A Visit with Lori Goldston
Classically-trained cellist Lori Goldston has played with everyone from Nirvana to Cat Power. In this piece, Shulamit Kleinerman talks with Lori about the different components of her musical life: her touring, teaching, and the many projects in which she strives to expand her instrument's and her own boundaries.

My Trip to Mandolin Camp
Earlier this year, Seattle mandolin player Miller McNay went to the fifth annual Mandolin Symposium in Santa Cruz, California. A weeklong residential camp, the symposium offers mandolin players of many genres a chance to come together, learn from the world's best players, and play in a variety of ensembles. In this piece, Miller shares a firsthand account of this years's symposium.

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