It All Fits Together
Curious? So Are We!
Music has important cultural and emotional aspects by itself. It also can help us ask and answer lots of crazy questions like, “What does sound look like?” (More on that below.)
While Sound Curiosity is all about music education, we think it’s important to spend some time every meeting exploring questions of physics, math, biology, engineering, and tech — and how they’re all related to music.
Then, about once a month, we take everything we’ve learned and use it on a special STEM+Music project.
Why are bells different sizes? Why does a cello sound different than a violin?
Every week, participants explore age-appropriate experiments to answer these questions and more.
We Build Our Own Instruments Really!
Why are phones and tablets so useful? Lots of creative engineers made them that way. That's why we explore STEM alonside music.
“Technology alone is not enough — it’s technology married with liberal arts, married with the humanities, that yields us the results that make our heart sing.”
Steve Jobs Tech Genius
How do our ears work? Why do some things sound good together when others don’t?
Can you make a computer write music? Can you build a robot to play an instrument?
There's no limit on the questions we can ask, so get ready for serious fun: