New York, NY, November 02, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Virtuoso keyboardist Jordan Rudess of Dream Theater and Liquid Tension Experiment reveals how he became successful in the music industry, in an exclusive interview featured on the inspirational website RiseUpEight.org.
In this candid interview, Rudess discusses his career and beginnings as a classically trained Julliard student, and how he made the transition to rock music, becoming one of the most respected and highly-regarded rock keyboardists of all time.
Rudess has not only achieved greatness in his field, but also helps others hone their musical skills online. Using the conservatory model, Rudess helps struggling musicians achieve mastery by providing core lessons without the high cost of a brick-and-mortar study. In the latest addition to his online conservatory’s curriculum, Rudess shares material from “The Astonishing,” his latest project with Dream Theater. It’s clear that Rudess doesn’t keep the good stuff to himself, but shares his success with others to help them acheive it, as well.
Jordan Rudess is currently performing the rock opera “The Astonishing” with his bandmates in Dream Theater (http://www.dreamtheater.net/tour). He updates his online conservatory regularly to provide quality musical instruction and inspiration at a price nearly every music student can afford.
RiseUpEight.org features inspiring interviews with both celebrities and non-celebrities, focusing on how they have overcome life’s challenges to become successful.
Other interviews featured on the Rise Up Eight website include revealing talks with ESPN Radio’s Dave Rothenberg, musicians Rikki Rockett (Poison), Natalia Clavier (Thievery Corporation), Patrick Spurgeon (Rogue Wave), Julia Nunes, world music impresario Fabian Alsultany, and many more. Michael Nova, of the music group X: THC, is the website’s founder. His comeback story was featured recently on Entrepreneur.com.