Tom Holkenborg (Junkie XL) is one of the most famous film composers of the 21st century.  He was born in Holland in 1967 and in his youth, he was a rock and electronic music player in several bands (Fear Factory, Dog eat dog...)
In the middle of the 90s, he started his productions for video games and films. At that time, his friends used to call him “Junkie”, because he was addicted to work in his production studio, were he spent a lot of his time.
At the same time, he put his focus on electronic dance music, playing in night clubs. In 1997 he won the Grand Prix to the best producer of house music in his home country. Some of his albums were among others Big sound of the drags, Saturday night teenage kick, Radio JXL, etc.

In 2003 he decided to move to Los Angeles, California, the city of the best film studios where he became into a great film composer. Some of his works in this field include:
300: Rise of an empire (2014)Divergent (2014)Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)Deadpool (2016)Batman vs …

The Fugue

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The Proms is an eight-week summer season of daily orchestral classical music concerts and other events held annually, predominantly in the Royal Albert Hall in central London. Founded in 1895, seasons now consist of concerts in Albert Hall, chamber music concerts at Cadogan Hall, additional Proms in the Park events across the UK on the Last Night of the Proms, and associated educational and children's events. The season is a significant event in British culture.  Prom is short for promenade concert, a term which originally referred to outdoor concerts in London's pleasure gardens, where the audience was free to stroll around while the orchestra was playing. In the context of the BBC Proms, promming refers to the use of the standing areas inside the hall (the Arena and Gallery) for which ticket prices are much lower than for the seating. Proms concert-goers, particularly those who stand, are sometimes referred to as "Prommers" or "Promenaders".

BBC PROMS 2018 …


iHeartRadio is one of the most popular free music apps out there. It’s a radio app where you can listen to a variety of stations based on your individual tastes and it also comes with seasonal radio stations and things like podcasts, talk radio, and comedy shows. It also includes AM and FM radio stations that support data streaming and you can even listen to news and sports.


The purpose of this blog is to share -with high school students mainly but also with music lovers in general- a series of educational resources to help them improve their knowledge of this beautiful art.
We are still working on it but, if you look at the menu on the left, you can find scores, a music theory web page or a Youtube channel with videos of all the instruments of the orchestra and others that, despite not being part of it, are equally important.
You can also find the link to BBC3 -the classical music radio station- or an application that we are sure you will love: Incredibox.
We will be adding more resources little by little.
We hope that this blog meets you expectations.
Enjoy it!