Making music at a distance – how to come together online to spark your creativity
April 12, 2020
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Clint Randles, University of South Florida
(THE CONVERSATION) People are social creatures. While many of us are making the best of social isolation, we're much better together than apart. This is especially true with music that we create collectively – everything from jam bands and choruses to orchestras. Music connects us to each other and to our spiritual lives and can magnify our collective creativity.
What happens to music when we can no longer gather? Many of the ways we...