“Writer’s block has for me become a thing of the past as Schillinger’s theories continue to supply me with a plethora of untapped potential. A perfect compliment to my imagination.” – Christopher Paul–artist/composer
“As an aspiring musician, the Schillinger System has completely changed my mindset towards composition. My mind is no longer trapped within traditional methods. The system contains an abundance of approaches and methods to ensure that ‘writer’s block’ is never an obstacle. If you’re looking to eliminate the guesswork and have View Full →
“The work of Joseph Schillinger positions himself as one of a small handful of important music composition theorists of the twentieth century. Many of the seminal ideas in computer music are indebted to the Schillinger’s writings, although few theorists are aware of it. Schillinger and his ideas are not well known to musicians today. View Full →
As a former student of Joseph Schillinger’s, I am delighted to see the Schillinger Society beginning again to perpetuate his work” –Miss Rosa Rio Theatre organist, composer and former student of the late Joseph Schillinger.
I had the pleasure of discussing the Schillinger Society courses with Philip and Teresa DiTullio during their visit to Montreal and signed up for the Rhythm Engineering Course the following week. The following months saw my knowledge of rhythm families literally explode, influencing my work in ways I could not imagine, juggling with counterpoint and poly-rhythms View Full →
After a very short acclimation period, however, I realized working with the Schillinger Society lets you get very, very interesting results without studying for ages! I was floored by how quickly I was able to work with rhythms in interesting time signatures as a result of just scratching the surface of this system. View Full →
The Schillinger System of Musical Composition has given me a new way of seeing and understanding music. It’s a detailed, meticulous and complete system that gives a lot of tools (solutions) to face the mental blockings when writing a musical piece. The integral and scientific way of approaching music gives clarity and calmness, besides, View Full →
It has only been about a month or so that I have been studying the system, and I can honestly say I am now a better and far more confident composer. I have been a student of music for at least forty-five years and it is mind-boggling that this system has View Full →