Archive | March, 2012
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Daily Bow: Why So Serious?

Daily Bow Logo It’s getting hard to get a good laugh in the classical music world these days. It wasn’t always like that–why is it now?
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Daily Bow: Chamber Music in a Car Factory

Daily Bow Logo Since its founding, the Detroit Chamber Winds and Strings has used innovation as one of its key business and artistic strategies. Read on to learn more about this inspirational organization!
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Tiger Mom Philosophy… More Popular than You Might Think

See the results of our survey on whether people would adopt the “Tiger Mother” approach in parenting their own children in music.
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Daily Bow: Detroit Symphony Gift Honors Civil Rights Pioneer

Daily Bow Logo Last Wednesday, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra announced a new endowment to further their commitment to African-American artists.
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Daily Bow: The Hospitality of Jennifer Higdon

Daily Bow Logo In honor of Women’s History Month, we take a look at the music of composer Jennifer Higdon. Read on to learn more!
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Monday’s Bow (March 26)

Daily Bow Logo This Monday’s Daily Bow looks at the effects of Mozart on the heart, the Irish festival Feis Ceoil, and a performance at a nuclear summit!
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Daily Bow: Rachel Barton Pine Fears No Paganini

Daily Bow Logo Rachel Barton Pine performs all 24 Paganini caprices without fear–and manages to have fun at the same time!
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Daily Bow: Two New Gems on the Cello Classics Label

Daily Bow Logo Independent record label Cello Classics is issuing two new albums this spring that feature Julius Klengel and Keith Harvey.
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Daily Bow: Vengerov to Record for Wigmore Hall

Daily Bow Logo Maxim Vengerov is continuing his triumphant return to the concert stage with a new live recorded album. Read on to learn more!
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It’s okay to steal, playing silently, and the Riddle of the Sphinx – Piatigorsky Masterclass with Laurence Lesser

The Piatigorsky festival ended on Sunday, but we have another treat for you! Dr. Hoefs gives us a recap and thoughtful analysis of the masterclass conducted by Laurence Lesser. From Dr. Lars Hoefs on 03/11/2012 at the Piatigorsky International Cello Festival, Los Angeles Besides teaching one of the nation’s most respected cello classes at the […]
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