Globalsound News

A Special Message to Our Students and Staff

2020 is finally drawing to a close. It’s been a challenging year for everyone but we’ve kept the music going through these difficult times. Globalsound Studio is growing and going strong thanks to the dedication of our students, families, teachers and staff. One year ago, few of our teachers had taught virtual lessons. Now they’ve […]

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Next One Up Wins CU Denver Band Competition!

We know our just how hard our Advanced Bands work to perfect their sound and stage presence. It looks like CU Denver agrees that our bands are special, because the university’s College of Arts and Media just awarded Globalsound Advanced Band Next One Up first prize in a songwriting competition! Next One Up is thrilled […]

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GlobalStar Student: Riley Glass

This month’s star student just participated in our first Livestream concert with his band Interstellar Medium during our Fall Jam Livestream event on Nov 7th! Riley Glass has studied guitar at Globalsound Studio for four years. In that time, he has distinguished himself through his dedication to the instrument and creative playing style. Riley has […]

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GlobalStar Student: Taryn Quinn

Six months ago was the beginning of the official stay-at-home order. Some of us used the extra time at home to binge-watch Netflix or bake sourdough bread. Taryn Quinn instead decided to learn a new instrument. In less than a year of formal lessons at Globalsound Studio, Taryn has shown great progress. This 13-year-old vocalist […]

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Indoor Showcase Policies and Procedures

As the seasons turn colder, our outdoor showcases will become harder for students and staff to comfortably perform in. We’re excited to announce that we will once again be holding our showcases on our indoor performance stage! To make our showcases safe and fun for everyone, we have implemented new policies and procedures. The following […]

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GlobalStar Students 2 Talented Brothers: Brad and Brian Willard

Musical ability tends to run in families and our Globalsound students are no exceptions. We’ve seen many generations of musical siblings pass through our doors, including brothers Brad and Brian Willard. These siblings are equally accomplished on their respective instruments so we’ve awarded star student to both! Brad, 17-years old, isn’t content to learn just […]

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GlobalStar Student: Keara Ferriter

Two years of lessons isn’t a very long time. For Keara Ferriter, it’s long enough be on her way to joining our Advanced Band Program Keara has become a regular player in our 6-Week Session bands. During her two years of lessons at Globalsound Studio, Keara has played guitar in at least five different sessions. […]

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Safer at Home, Safer in Lessons: Our Studio Safety Policies

Globalsound Studio has been carefully following recommendations from the state and federal government to help halt the spread of COVID-19. The safety of our students and staff is most important to us. We are continuing to monitor the situation and adjust our policies as recommendations are updated.  Our large and unique studio space offers us […]

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GlobalStar Student: Eva Smith

During her 9 months of voice and piano lessons at Globalsound Studio, Eva has blossomed as a musician. She cruises through her method book at an impressive rate during both online and in-person lessons. This 8-year-old has even begun branching far outside of simple method books. Eva has shown skill with scales, chords, transitional timing, […]

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GlobalStar Student: Grant Uzzle

16-year-old Grant Uzzle is a driven piano student who has developed advanced playing techniques during his six years of lessons. Grant is deeply interested in music theory and loves learning about complex scales, chords, inversions, and arpeggios. In addition, Grant has begun experimenting with writing, arranging, and improvisation. He enjoys coming up with novel and […]

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6 Pros of Virtual Music Lessons

Music lessons adapt well to remote learning, especially compared to activities like team sports or gymnastics. They’re one-on-one and don’t require any special equipment beyond the student and their instrument. Our teachers miss teaching in-person lessons but remote learning has offered them some unique and surprising educational opportunities. Virtual music lessons can even end up […]

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GlobalStar Student: Daniel Chouinard

Many budding musicians dream of attending the Berklee School of Music. For Daniel Chouinard, that dream has become a reality. This talented 18-year-old will soon be a Cello Performance Major at the prestigious college. Our instructor Matt Gader, who has taught Daniel bass for over 4 years, isn’t surprised. “Daniel is one of the best […]

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