Curtis Madigan

Curtis Madigan is a pioneer and visionary in the field of music education. He’s the inventor of The Rhythm Compass™, The Sound Formation Method™, and has authored eight workbooks. His work has garnered the support of countless experts and professionals in music and education alike. He is a multi-instrumentalist, the founder and CEO of Sound Formation, and a graduate of Berklee College of Music.

He has recently given talks on his theory of rhythm and the physicality of music performance internationally at Berklee, UCLA, CU Denver, Colorado Association Gifted Talented, Kansas MEA, Kent Denver, Connecticut MEA, South Australia MTA, Cobb MTA (Georgia), Fox Hills MTA (Illinois), Orange County MTA, Cochise MTA (Arizona), Denver Public Libraries, Institute for Educational Advancement, The Gifted Development Center, FMTA, SSMTA, Westgate Community School (Professional Development for all faculty), Denver Public Schools (Workshops and Professional Development for GT Teachers), Denver School of the Arts (Pioneered GT Math-Arts Integration Curriculum + recurring lectures with the orchestra and guitar classes), The Logan School, DAMTA, MTASN, Cypress Creek MTA, NWSMTA (Chicago), Rochester Piano Teachers Guild, Main Line MTA (Pennsylvania), and many others.

As a Certified Liangong Practitioner Mr. Madigan has helped numerous musicians, athletes, dancers, and other professionals to rapidly recover from acute and chronic pains, functional movement imbalances, and greatly enhance their athletic facility, instrumental technique, and overall wellness.

He is currently conducting research on his method along with Dr. Robyn Gisbert from the School of Medicine at CU Denver.

Book now by emailing soundformation@nullgmail.com or contact us here. Madigan focuses his time mainly in training and certifying teachers, coaching high level professional musicians, and in specialized workshops.

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