Play with real orchestras that listen to you. Over 300,000 sessions played in 14 countries Get the app musicians are raving about. ★★★★★ “I got the app and fell in love!”– rachelminder57 “Seriously addicting.”– Tina Guo “It’s ridiculously cool.”– maineyouthrockorchestra ★★★★★ “This app is awesome!It’s a personal accompaniment (by an orchestra that sounds great).But the best thing is that it follows your dynamics, rubato, etc..
“I got the app and fell in love!” – rachelminder57 “Seriously addicting.” – Tina Guo “It’s ridiculously cool.” – maineyouthrockorchestra
“This app is awesome! It’s a personal accompaniment (by an orchestra that sounds great). But the best thing is that it follows your dynamics, rubato, etc. and really makes it sound good.” – C. Douglas
“Get it! It’s the game-changer we have been waiting for!” – Veee1682
“Now that I have started practicing with Cadenza, I can’t stop!”
“This is extraordinary. As a flute player, I have been able to play with orchestra, on all the flute, oboe and violin repertoire.” – Glostafiddles
“I love the way it automatically turns pages for you when you reach the bottom of the page.It makes everyone a star soloist and makes you want to play more.”
“My initial reaction to the technology was, ‘Wow. How is this possible?’ After that, it was ‘Where have you been all my life!’ I just find it incredible how, for instance, I can do as much rubato as I want and, somehow, the orchestra is able to just follow. That is remarkably useful when practicing or performing with the app.” – Njioma
“Cadenza has changed the way I play the violin. It’s helped me with musical shaping and made me more sensitive to harmonies because I can hear all the orchestral parts while I’m practicing.” – Letitia Jap
How can an app give you freedom? Just play your instrument and find out.
When you play your instrument by yourself in your room (we all do it) you’re missing the full, rich sound of all the other parts—the essential stuff that makes the whole experience come to life.
Truly, it doesn’t have to be that way. Next time you pick up your instrument, play with Cadenza. A real orchestra listens to you and fits your playing in real time.
Imagine the exhilaration of pushing a phrase forward, or taking time to let a phrase die away while Cadenza’s orchestra (or piano or string quartet) stays right with you—just like real, listening, feeling musicians do.
Don’t worry about judgment. Cadenza doesn’t try to give you a grade or figure out if you played in tune. It doesn’t care if you miss notes. No, we created Cadenza to bring you into the oasis of pure musical enjoyment. Play your instrument with Cadenza and focus on what’s truly important—making music in the moment.
Enjoy playing some of the world’s greatest music with the freedom to follow your heart. The only better way to experience the thrill of playing with a real orchestra is to actually play with a real orchestra.
Discover the music in you and have fun playing your instrument—even by yourself, in your room.
“I felt like I was in Carnegie Hall with an orchestra behind me!”
Emma B., violin student
“Cadenza should be part of every musician’s training”
Victoria Chiang, Artist Faculty, Aspen Music Festival & Peabody Conservatory
“I use Cadenza almost every day with my students—and I love it!”
Kurt Sassmannshaus, Professor of Violin, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music
“Cadenza is the best way to experience the fun of playing with a real orchestra.”
Johannes Moser, International cello soloist
“Cadenza is revolutionizing music training.”
Nicholas Kitchen, Artist Faculty, Violin, New England Conservatory; First Violin, Borromeo String Quartet
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Play with real orchestras that listen to you. Violin Bach: Air on the G String, from BWV 1068 Bach: Double Violin Concerto, BWV 1043 Bach: Violin Concerto No. 1 in A Minor, BWV 1041 Bach: Violin Concerto No. 2 in E Major, BWV 104...