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For a Dose of Classical Creativity… Bang on a Can!

Learn more about the groundbreaking 2013 “Bang on a Can” festival and the innovative music created from it
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A Musicians’ Retreat…

Zodiac Trio The Zodiac Music Academy and Festival aims to draw talented music students from all over the world to the south of France
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Bach to the Future: Bringing Baroque Music to Life

Bach to the Future As a follow-up to our article on Carter Brey’s performance of the Bach Cello Suites, we take a more detailed look at the unique cellos by luthier James McKean used in the performances
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Brey and McKean Bring Baroque Bach to Audiences

For the first time in his career, NY Philharmonic Principal Cellist and Ovation Press editor Carter Brey will perform the complete Bach Cello Suites. Learn more about the concert and the Baroque-style instrumental setup he will play with!
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Cafe Classical’s Rising Popularity (Monday’s Bow August 13)

Daily Bow Logo A new series in a small-town cafe could lead to something big for classical music
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Daily Bow: Oregon Bach Festival Has Something for Everyone

Daily Bow Logo The Oregon Bach Festival is a West-Coast summer institution, attracting old and new (and young!) music lovers alike!
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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: Taneycomo Festival Tries to Break with Tradition

Daily Bow Logo Are orchestra festivals elitist and inaccessible? Read on to learn more about a group of students who are try to change that!
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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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From the vivid and nutty to the genuine and humble – Piatigorsky Masterclasses with Nathaniel Rosen, Miklos Perenyi

From Dr. Lars Hoefs on day 4 (03/12/2012) at the Piatigorsky International Cello Festival, Los Angeles Like a flock of migrating turtles, the 22 guest artists from 12 countries and their 45 masterclass students from 16 countries, all with cellos on their backs, journeyed south from the Colburn School downtown Los Angeles to the University […]
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