Archive | February, 2012
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Daily Bow: A Musical Home

Daily Bow Logo Bass legend Gary Karr has turned his home into a musical haven, from in-home concert hall to the living room and every room in between!
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Daily Bow: An Instrument Emerges from Disaster

Daily Bow Logo A Japanese violin maker has created a new instrument built with a special purpose. Read on to learn more!
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The Seven Stages of Practice

Hans Erik Deckert, a former mentor of our co-founder Hans Jensen and new editor at Ovation Press, shares with us seven fantastic strategies for practice.
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“Hacking the Brain” with Music – Monday’s Bow (February 27)

Daily Bow Logo This week’s Monday Daily Bow takes a look at the latest updates and very interesting innovations in science and the musical mind.
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Daily Bow: The Inaugural Piatigorsky International Cello Festival

Daily Bow Logo On March 9, the Piatigorsky International Cello Festival kicks off in LA, with 22 international soloists paying triubute to the legend.
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Daily Bow: Political Revolution Inspires Classical Revolution

Daily Bow Logo In Tunisia, recent political upheaval has dramatically influenced the cultural prominence of Western art music. Read on to learn about this country’s budding music success!
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Daily Bow: The CSO’s Million-Dollar Answer

Daily Bow Logo The Robert R. McCormick Foundation has announced that the Chicago Symphony will be the recipient of a million-dollar gift to bolster its community engagement programs, and it looks like the CSO is well on its way to answering the big question in front of symphonies today: how do we make orchestral music relevant and important […]
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Daily Bow: The Practicer of the Future

Numerous studies have appeared in recent years about the physical and mental aspects of practicing. Read on to update yourself with the latest discoveries!
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It Comes with the Territory – the Challenges of Performance Anxiety

Guest Marion Harrington, founder of Zero2Maestro and Classical Music Connects, offers advice to musicians on dealing with performance anxiety.
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Music that Matters – Monday’s Bow (February 20)

Daily Bow Logo This Monday’s Daily Bow takes a look at music that matters, a simple concept, but one that comes in many different forms.
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