Tutti Dynamics developed an interactive video platform that enables users to study the performances of master musicians and create music with them.
Students and teachers can download songs and music lessons from the world’s top performers and educators including professors from Berklee College of Music, Wynton Marsalis and members of Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, and many of New Orleans most respected musicians.
The Tutti team believes in the power of music. The company was started in New Orleans and grew out of a desire to enable all communities to engage with the world’s best artists. Tutti has offices in New Orleans and Brooklyn. Contact us at info (at) tuttidynamics.com
adv. & adj. tut·ti |ˈtoōtē| // music
All. As a direction to indicate that all performers are to take part, with all voices or instruments together.
n. pl. tut·tis
1. An ensemble of musicians, in contrast to a soloist or group of soloists, in a concerto.
2. A passage of ensemble music intended to be executed by all the performers simultaneously.
ORIGIN Italian, plural of tutto ‘all’
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Piano by Hum, Boy and Girl by Peacock Dream, Trumpeter by Luis Prado from The Noun Project