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Music Ed Company Tonara to Hold Worldwide Event for Mozart’s Birthday


Israeli startup Tonara, which specializes in the field of music education and declares that it empowers both teachers and students with its piano learning platform app Wolfie, will hold a virtual event called “Putting Mozart on the Map, ” in honor of Mozart’s birthday. On January 27th, 2015, music teachers and students, as well as seasoned and budding musicians, are invited to attend the virtual event and play any score from the Wolfie catalog.

Wolfie is a nickname for Wolfgang as in Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

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“Putting Mozart on the Map, ” the company says, marks the start of a new global campaign to inspire music students by coupling classical music with technology, and honoring Mozart in a contemporary way. Tonara will demonstrate how technology can be used to connect and inspire musicians, regardless of location, age, or musical ability.

“The campaign will be a magnificent tribute to a legendary musician, and an homage to those who labor continuously to keep his legacy alive – teachers, ” said Ron Regev, Chief Music Officer of Tonara.

As a symbol of their appreciation, Tonara is offering free subscriptions of Wolfie to teachers worldwide, and discounts for students.

“Wolfie is a great tool for music learning and practice, ” said Dr. Igal Kesselman, director of the Lucy Moses School and teacher at the Special Music School in New York. “What better way to honor Mozart’s birthday than to marry technology and music and have musicians of all ages pay tribute. Wolfie has been instrumental in helping music teachers, like myself, inspire our students so that they can appreciate the genius of Mozart.”

Tonara launched in 2011 with an industry-first interactive digital music sheet app for the iPad that has been embraced by performers on stage as well as by amateur players. It declares its mission is to broaden access and be a catalyst for lifelong learning at all levels. The company says that it is leading the transition of sheet music into the digital age by making it accessible and interactive.

Its technology is also paving the way for a wide range of new applications for digitized music, including its premier music education platform Wolfie.



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