Archive | December, 2012
How the Workplace Treats You

How the Workplace Treats You (CMW Fellows Series December 2012)

How the Workplace Treats You In this monthly installment of our View from a CMW Fellowship, Annalisa Boerner takes a look at the question of “how your workplace treats you”
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Taking a Stand: Interview with Jeffrey Solow Part 3

In this third and final part of our interview series with Jeffrey Solow, Mr. Solow shares his experiences and insights in the area of music advocacy
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Daily Bow: Record Labels Get in on the Club Act

Daily Bow Logo The classical club phenomenon has gone from a rarity to standard practice, and now the institutions are adopting it as a supplement to traditional concerts.
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Daily Bow: Honoring Ravi Shankar

Daily Bow Logo Ovation Press honors the life of a man who served music in a spirit of devotion, and subsequently helped to shape the world through music
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Daily Bow: 2012 In Review (Or: Music Goes Rogue)

Daily Bow Logo It’s been a bumpy year for classical music, but the L.A. Times shines a light on the trend of nontraditional ensembles and how they’re making their way.
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Daily Bow: Parnassus Joins the Revolution

Daily Bow Logo The Parnassus Project joins the effort to bring classical chamber music to alternative venues and audiences
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Learning to Hear Classical: Monday’s Bow (December 17)

Daily Bow Logo If classical music is an acquired taste, it’s our responsibility as classical music advocates to help as many people “acquire” it!
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Reshaping Classical Ideas: Interview with Jeffrey Solow Part 2

Jeffrey Solow Portrait In the second of a three-part interview with Jeffrey Solow, Mr. Solow discusses some of the scores that he has arranged for us, sharing his professional experience as an editor
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Daily Bow: Remembering Mr. Rosen

Daily Bow Logo Pianist, critic, and writer Charles Rosen passed away on December 9th at the age of 85, leaving us with his legacy of musicality, erudition, and refinement.
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Daily Bow: Curating Classical Music?

Daily Bow Logo Could Soundcrawl, a music initiative drawing upon technology to “curate” the best and brightest, hold something valuable for classical music? Or is this the wrong direction for the classical genre?
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