Planet Hugill - Classical Music blog from Robert Hugillhttp://hugill.blogspot.co.uk/
Classical music news, CD reviews, opera and concert reviews and personal experiences from Robert Hugill, a London-based classical composer and singer
Buzzing Reed- Breathing Clarinet & Classical Music for Allhttp://blog.davidhthomas.net/
David is an opinionated musician that offers his readers many great pieces of reading with a lot of food for thought. His passion is classical music. Whether you agree with him or not, the blog is very well presented and easy to navigate.
Jessica Duchen's Classical Music Bloghttp://jessicamusic.blogspot.com/
Ah, this is the blog for classical music lovers all over the world. Jessica includes lots of YouTube clips of various pieces, which makes you feel like you are right there. In addition, she writes about everything and anything to do with classical music. Classical music fans will find this blog very informative.
Iron Tongue of Midnighthttp://irontongue.blogspot.com/
The first thing you will notice when you head to Lisa's blog is the bright pink background, but don't let that sway you, there is some excellent information here for classical music fans. She is a classical music writer so this blog comes from this point of view, which is awesome!
Aworks: "new" American Classical Musichttp://rgable.typepad.com/aworks/
The name of the blog may make you think that this blogger is straying from traditional classical music roots, but in reality, it is just the opposite. He gives valuable information and clippings for his readers to listen to while reading through the various blog entries.
Scott Spiegelberg is a lover of classical music and uses his blog to share about various composers, his thoughts and views. He is the Music Theory program Coordinator at DePauw University, so he shares some valuable writings with his readers.
Sounds & Furyhttp://www.soundsandfury.com/
Very in-depth blogging by A.C. Douglas on everything having to do with music. The bloggers takes his or her time when it comes to their entries to make them meaty and thought-provoking. A definite must-read for music lovers!
The Cross-Eyed Pianisthttp://www.crosseyedpianist.wordpress.com
Written by a pianist and piano teacher, this blog explores music, pianism, and culture. Articles on repertoire, performance, technique, teaching, concert and exhibition reviews, video and soundclips. Updated regularly. New feature: a series called 'Meet the Artist' in which musicians, composers and conductors discuss aspects such as influences, inspirations, repertoire, performance, teaching and more....
Erica Ann Sipes: Beyond the Noteshttp://ericaannsipes.blogspot.com
My passion is to help others in the community, young, old, and everyone in between, find relevance and joy in learning, performing, or listening to classical music. I focus a lot on practice technique, dealing with performance anxiety, and other topics that help bring musical understanding, ease, and enjoyment.
Violinist who performs solo and chamber concerts at home and beyond! Member of contemporary group, Bergersen String Quartet. Also plays violin, Banjo and Mandolin with original Country Folk band Pig Earth who performed at Wembley Arena last month. Teaches violin and piano, and involved with education ensembles both at school and corporate level. Has appeared in countless tv and film productions from Star Wars, Episode 1 (as an alien!) to Bridget Jones.
Peak Performance for Musicianshttp://www.musicpeakperformance.com/category/music-peak-performance/
At Peak Performance for Musicians read articles that discuss the mental skills and strategies that help you get out of your own way and perform your best when it really counts.
Practice Ideas for the Whole Musicianhttp://practiceideasforthewholemusician.blogspot.com
This blog is written and created for the Whole Musician: in mind, body and spirit. The possibilities for practice, playing and performing are infinite...In this blog I share Practice Ideas for the Whole Musician as inspiration, information and as a portal into your musical imagination.