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  • Virtual Keyboard Fest is Happening Soon! Wednesday, October 14, 2020
    Today's blog is all about our Fall 2020 Virtual Keyboard Festival. This year's Keyboard Fest is sure to be one for the books! Students won't want to miss this exciting opportunity to sh...
  • Sheet Music for October Wednesday, September 30, 2020
    Welcome back to our Print Music Preview for the month of October. Read below to see what's hot off the press for sheet music now and get a head start on your Holiday sheet music shopping! Pian...
  • Digital Pianos vs. Acoustic Pianos Tuesday, September 22, 2020
    Today's blog comes from guest contributor Chris Senner of KeyboardKraze.com . KeyboardKraze is a blog that reviews all things keyboards and music industry related. On his website, you ...
  • Picking the Right Drum Practice Pad Saturday, September 12, 2020
    Today's blog is part six in our percussion series. Resident percussion specialist Alan Compton walks us through how to choose the best practice pad for your needs. Today, I'd like to ...
  • Picking the Right Tambourine Friday, September 11, 2020
    Today's blog is part five in our percussion series. Resident percussion specialist Alan Compton walks us through how to choose the best tambourine. At some point, every percussion student...
  • Picking the Right Triangle Thursday, September 3, 2020
    Today's blog is part four in our percussion series. Resident percussion specialist Alan Compton walks us through how to choose the best triangle. Choosing a triangle for yourself or for y...
  • September Print Music Preview Tuesday, August 25, 2020
    September Sheet Music Selections In today's blog, we're reviewing newly released sheet music titles for the month of September. If you're interested in any of these,  call  o...
  • Top 5 Reasons You Should Clean Your Instrument Tuesday, August 18, 2020
    Why You Should Regularly Clean and Maintain Your Instrument In today's blog, we'll be reviewing the 5 most important reasons to clean and maintain your instrument.  1. Hygiene ...
  • How to Set Up a Drum and Bell Kit Saturday, August 8, 2020
    Welcome to Amro Music! Today's blog is part three in our percussion series. Our resident percussion specialist and director services representative, Alan Compton, walks us through&...
  • The Latest COVID-19 Research for Music Programs Tuesday, August 4, 2020
    Normally during this time of year, students are finishing up summer camps, parents are shopping for last-minute school supplies, and teachers are preparing their lessons for the upcoming year. But as...

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How to Sanitize Your Stringed Instrument

  Sanitizing Your Stringed Instrument Welcome to Amro Music. Today we're talking about sanitizing your string instrument. It's important to keep your instrument sanitized. This is especially true if you've been sick or been around someone who is sick.  So, go ahead and clean your instrument following one of the cleaning videos linked below and sanitize your workspace so we can get started. Sanitizing the Strings & Fine Tuner For the strings... Read More
Posted by Emilee McGee at Monday, March 30, 2020
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Fiddle Fair 2020

JOIN US FOR FIDDLE FAIR ON MARCH 6-7 Learning to play a musical instrument is a new and exciting experience for any child or family. One of the most rewarding aspects of working at Amro Music is seeing young orchestra students grow and improve over time. Fiddle Fair is a yearly event where we offer our step-up program, which makes it easy and affordable to transition to a step-up instrument. What is a step-up instrument? While the beginner instrument is designed to be... Read More
Posted by Emilee McGee at Tuesday, February 18, 2020
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How to Care for Your Instrument During Cold Weather

Cold Weather Care For Your Instrument Hi! My name is Johniece Anderson. I'm one of the band and orchestra consultants here at Amro Music, and I'm here to talk about one of the serious issues sweeping the nation. Every year, hundreds of instruments endure the cold, dry temperatures, and many of them don't make it through, bearing terrible cracks and open seams. The word of the day is hygroscopic ! This fancy word means that wood absorbs and attracts moisture, like our... Read More
Posted by Emilee McGee at Wednesday, January 29, 2020
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