Tech-Powered Music Education App, Trala, Partners with Joshua Bell
Tech-Powered Music Education App, Trala, Partners With Superstar Violinist Joshua Bell
Trala, a music education app making learning the violin accessible to all, announces an ongoing partnership with the violinist Joshua Bell. To celebrate this partnership, Bell will perform at Trala’s Conference at The DiMenna Center for Classical Music on September 29. Bell is represented by Park Avenue Artists, which facilitated Bell’s partnership with Trala.
Over the past 3 years, Trala has received 400,000+ downloads, students in 193 countries, and funding from the CEOs of LinkedIn and Duolingo. The majority of Trala’s students are adults, many of whom are learning violin for the first time. When students download Trala, they’re matched with the best violin teacher for their age, skill level, and unique goals. In addition to shaping Trala’s curriculum and student experience, Bell is recording a series of videos that share his advice and inspiration with Trala students.
As an ongoing advisor, Bell sets the standard for education at Trala. “For most violinists, mentorship from Joshua would be an experience you never forget. As part of our mission of accessibility, we want to bring that experience to every single Trala student,” says Trala CEO and Co-founder Sam Walder. “We’re sharing Joshua’s expertise and love of music with all violinists, not just conservatory musicians.”
Trala and Bell are combining their passions for accessible education to teach this next generation of violinists. “Thanks to Trala, the future of music education is brighter than ever,” says Bell. “I am so excited to be teaming up with Trala to help bring the joy of music making to students young and old, in all corners of the world.”