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Enlightenment Of A Musical And Technological Kind

Enlightenment Of A Musical And Technological Kind

By:
Jarrett Hoffman
London's Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment plays New York's Tully Hall and Oberlin College this month, with help at the former from cell-phone quieting Yondr cases.
Fulbright: One Year Later

Fulbright: One Year Later

By:
Erin Lupardus
Cellist Erin Lupardus completes her three-part series detailing her experience studying Baroque cello as a 2018-2019 Fulbright Scholar.
An Ambassador For Flutes Baroque and Classical

An Ambassador For Flutes Baroque and Classical

By:
Philippa Kiraly
Janet See is an admired artist and teacher whose affiliations include Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Seattle’s Pacific MusicWorks, Seattle Baroque Orchestra, and Portland Baroque Orchestra
Sorrell Documentary Profiles A Compelling Musician

Sorrell Documentary Profiles A Compelling Musician

By:
Andrew J. Sammut
'Playing with Fire: Jeannette Sorrell and the Mysteries of Conducting' will interest and inspire anyone who loves music or just a well-crafted story about a fascinating person.
Karin Weston: Thornton Memorial Scholarship Reflection

Karin Weston: Thornton Memorial Scholarship Reflection

By:
Karin Weston
The Thornton Scholarship funded Weston's travel to study the Occitan language, the interpretation of Trecento music, Italian and French mensural notation, and medieval flute.
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