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Are String Players Smarter?

Are children who study music smarter? Learn more about cutting-edge research exploring this very question!
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Daily Bow: “Bassist, Trailblazer, Entrepreneur”

Daily Bow: “Bassist, Trailblazer, Entrepreneur”

Daily Bow Logo Rick Robinson is a Detroit Symphony Orchestra bassist and visionary who is energizing classical music and bringing it to new markets.
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San Francisco’s Musical Heritage

Learn more about the San Francisco Symphony. Unquestionably one of the world’s premier musical ensembles, it breathes life into classical music that reaches far beyond its Bay Area communities.
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Daily Bow: Being a First-Rate Performer is Just Not Enough!

Daily Bow: Being a First-Rate Performer is Just Not Enough!

Daily Bow Logo Being a First-Rate performer is Just Not Enough! See how an innovative program in Georgia is helping musicians cope with that reality.
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China’s Traditional Arts in the 21st Century

An Innovative Ensemble and Workshop is bringing Chinese Chamber Music into the Modern age
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Daily Bow: How Musicians Communicate Emotion

Daily Bow: How Musicians Communicate Emotion

Daily Bow Logo Learn more about musical brain-timing and new innovative research on the way it relates to how musicians communicate emotion!
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Daily Bow: From Concertmaster to Author

Daily Bow: From Concertmaster to Author

Daily Bow Logo Read on to hear about Gerald Elias’s third murder mystery novel and read an interview with the former associate concertmaster of the Utah Symphony!
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Monday’s Bow (August 29)

Monday’s Bow (August 29)

Daily Bow Logo How do Red Bull and Bach mix? Find out and see other stories brought to you on the the Monday Daily Bow!
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Violins with Volume!

A little shop in Durham, North Carolina is making headlines with a specialized product: electric string instruments!
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Music as a Treatment for Cancer?

Does music cure cancer? Of course not… but new research highlights the potential for it to benefit in a therapeutic manner.
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