Musicators started as a passion project in 2018 to experiment with digital devices in music education. Since then, we bring together music teachers from all around the world to share their music and knowledge with their students and colleagues. We started with three different exercise types but since then, we introduced six more along with the feature to automatically generate exercises from a score. We are happy to serve thousands of users daily with hundreds of exercises to pass on the world's musical heritage to next generations.
I graduated from the Liszt Academy of Music as music teacher in 2016. Originally, programming was my hobby, but nowadays developing websites has become my main profession. I created Musicators combining these two passions of mine, which I constantly develop and manage.
I graduated as a history teacher from University Eötvös Loránd, where I defended my PhD about musical theater in 2017. Since then, I am working as curator and stage director. I am in charge for the visual and brand identity of Musicators.
Our site is completely free to use. However, maintaining and developing it certainly cost us time, work and in fact, money as well. If you enjoy your time here and find the site useful, consider helping us to keep digital music education not just alive, but evolving. There are many easy ways to make a difference:
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