Music by memory: a new way to play?

01/06/2017 - Throughout history, orchestras have not memorised music purely for practical reasons: professional players perform so much repertoire that they simply do not have the time to learn the scores by heart. However, Stephen Johnson shines a light on why taking the music stand away might prove to be an advantage to the Orchestra and its performance. Read the full article here.   


Photo credit (above) - Andrew McCoy