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SPRING 2018 (click pictures to link to the articles)

Gersten, Jennifer.  "The Beat goes on: a short history of the metronome" WQXR Blog 10/11/17.

 

"Virtual musical instrument museum launches with 20,000 items from British collections" The Strad 10/30/17.

Tommasini, Anthony "What a hologram of Maria Callas can teach us about opera" The New York Times. 1/15/18.

Burton-Hill, Clemency. "Can listening to classical music improve your life?" BBC.COM 1/17/18.

 

Dehghan, Saeed Kamali. "The conductor smashing Iranian taboos over women, and music."  The Guardian 2/20/18    

Nezhat Amiri performing in Tehran’s Vahdat auditorium. Photograph: Alireza Ramezani/Ilna.ir

A New Professional Orchestra Comprised Of Disabled Musicians BBC.com 3/18/18

James Rose

More about conductor, James Rose.

 

LOUD MUSIC AT RESTAURANTS COULD BE LEADING YOU TO ORDER BURGERS OVER SALADS, STUDY SAYS

 

 

 

 

'STAY ELEVATED’: HOW HOMELESS YOUTH AND SEATTLE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA BUILT A SCOREBRENDAN KILEY MAY 18, 2018

Alexandra Gardner, Seattle Symphony composer in residence, and young participants in the Prism Project build the four-movement structure of their original score, “Stay Elevated.” (James Holt / Seattle Symphony)

Alexandra Gardner, Vassar grad '90, W.K Rose Fellowship winner (2002), and  Seattle Symphony composer in residence, and young participants in the Prism Project build the four-movement structure of their original score, “Stay Elevated.” (James Holt / Seattle Symphony)

 

 

MAKING MUSIC BUILDS A MORE EFFICIENT BRAIN   TOM JACOBS   MAY 17, 2018

 There's new evidence that the brains of musicians and bilinguals require less effort to perform cognitive tasks.

 

Brain Waves, Conceptual Image is a photograph by Victor De Schwanberg which was uploaded on May 8th, 2013.

 

 

SOME MUSICAL HIGHLIGHTS OF PRICE HARRY AND MAGAN MARKLE'S WEDDING ON SATURDAY:

Kingdom Choir performs "Stand By Me"

Cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason.