Archive | May, 2012
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Daily Bow: Russian Violinist Wins Queen Elisabeth Competition

Daily Bow Logo The Russian violinist Andrey Baranov has claimed the top prize at the Queen Elisabeth Competition. Read on to learn more!
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Daily Bow: To Clap or Not To Clap?

Daily Bow Logo Brooklyn Philharmonic CEO Richard Dare wants you to loosen up at concerts–maybe clapping between movements is not a sin after all.
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Daily Bow: NY Phil Concertmaster Prepares to Bid Farewell

Daily Bow Logo After three decades of service to the New York Philharmonic, concertmaster Glenn Dicterow announced last Thursday that he will be leaving to take a teaching position at USC. Read on to learn more!
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Daily Bow: Self-Selecting for Music

Daily Bow Logo Hundreds of students everywhere choose to challenge themselves in school. Will they choose to challenge themselves with music if we give them the chance? A look at Utah’s International Baccalaureate programs sends the classical music community a message of hope.
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Daily Bow: Verbier Announces New Summer Music Camp

Daily Bow Logo Verbier is adding a new program to its annual summer festival designed for young musicians. Read on to learn more!
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Daily Bow: “Will Nobody Mourn Classical Music?”

Daily Bow Logo Philip Hensher contends that classical music is on the verge of extinction. There’s more hope than he realizes–but it’ll be work to help good classical music survive.
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Daily Bow: Hilary Hahn Braves New Territory

Have you ever wanted to hear Hilary Hahn do improv duets with prepared piano? Check out this unique collaboration on Hahn’s newest album: Silfra.
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Monday’s Bow (May 21)

Daily Bow Logo This Monday’s Daily Bow marks the life and death of Maurice Sendak, illustrator of Where the Wild Things Are, who also made his mark in classical music.
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New Score Releases: May 2012

A highlight of recently released scores at Ovation Press for viola, bass, and string ensemble from editors Alan Bodman, Amy Barlowe, Edwin Barker, and Michael Tree!
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Daily Bow: “The Problem is Wonderful”

Daily Bow Logo Personal technology is making inroads in classical music, but what does the iPad generation mean for classical music?
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