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Baltimore Sun
BSO's Marin Alsop to direct graduate conducting program at PeabodyMarin Alsop, who has collaborated with the Peabody Institute on various project
BSO's Marin Alsop to direct graduate conducting program at Peabody
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
Marin Alsop, who has collaborated with the Peabody Institute on various projects since becoming music director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, will now have an official post at the conservatory. She succeeds one of her mentors, Gustav Meier, as... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Volunteer to erase the 'us vs. them' mentalityEvery Monday and Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. during the school year, long-time realt
Volunteer to erase the 'us vs. them' mentality
Baltimore Sun / Posted 6 days ago
Every Monday and Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. during the school year, long-time realtor Alex Smith drives his silver Mercedes from his home in Baltimore County to an elementary school in Baltimore's inner city, where he picks up 9-year-old Autumn Marlowe.... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Mason Bates takes Cabrillo audience to mythological zooJames MacMillan's Percussion Concerto No. 2 raised the roof, and David T. Littl
Mason Bates takes Cabrillo audience to mythological zoo
Oakland Tribune / Posted 22 days ago
James MacMillan's Percussion Concerto No. 2 raised the roof, and David T. Little's "Haunted Topography" meditated on grief. But it was Mason Bates' "Anthology of Fantastic Zoology" that captivated the audience at the season-opening concert of the... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Mason Bates takes Cabrillo audience to mythological zooJames MacMillan's Percussion Concerto No. 2 raised the roof, and David T. Littl
Mason Bates takes Cabrillo audience to mythological zoo
The Fremont Argus / Posted 22 days ago
James MacMillan's Percussion Concerto No. 2 raised the roof, and David T. Little's "Haunted Topography" meditated on grief. But it was Mason Bates' "Anthology of Fantastic Zoology" that captivated the audience at the season-opening concert of the... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
Mason Bates takes Cabrillo audience to mythological zooJames MacMillan's Percussion Concerto No. 2 raised the roof, and David T. Littl
Mason Bates takes Cabrillo audience to mythological zoo
Inside Bay Area / Posted 22 days ago
James MacMillan's Percussion Concerto No. 2 raised the roof, and David T. Little's "Haunted Topography" meditated on grief. But it was Mason Bates' "Anthology of Fantastic Zoology" that captivated the audience at the season-opening concert of the... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Mason Bates takes Cabrillo audience to mythological zooJames MacMillan's Percussion Concerto No. 2 raised the roof, and David T. Littl
Mason Bates takes Cabrillo audience to mythological zoo
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 22 days ago
James MacMillan's Percussion Concerto No. 2 raised the roof, and David T. Little's "Haunted Topography" meditated on grief. But it was Mason Bates' "Anthology of Fantastic Zoology" that captivated the audience at the season-opening concert of the... Read more
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The Daily Review
Mason Bates takes Cabrillo audience to mythological zooJames MacMillan's Percussion Concerto No. 2 raised the roof, and David T. Littl
Mason Bates takes Cabrillo audience to mythological zoo
The Daily Review / Posted 22 days ago
James MacMillan's Percussion Concerto No. 2 raised the roof, and David T. Little's "Haunted Topography" meditated on grief. But it was Mason Bates' "Anthology of Fantastic Zoology" that captivated the audience at the season-opening concert of the... Read more
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San Jose Mercury News
Mason Bates takes Cabrillo audience to mythological zooJames MacMillan's Percussion Concerto No. 2 raised the roof, and David T. Littl
Mason Bates takes Cabrillo audience to mythological zoo
San Jose Mercury News / Posted 22 days ago
James MacMillan's Percussion Concerto No. 2 raised the roof, and David T. Little's "Haunted Topography" meditated on grief. But it was Mason Bates' "Anthology of Fantastic Zoology" that captivated the audience at the season-opening concert of the... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Barbara Rose Shuler, Intermezzo: Suzanne Mudge earns new role with Carmel Bach FestivalToday I am writing to you from Long Beach, where I am attending the conference
Barbara Rose Shuler, Intermezzo: Suzanne Mudge earns new role with Carmel Bach Festival
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 24 days ago
Today I am writing to you from Long Beach, where I am attending the conference for the Association of California Symphony Orchestras. In attendance are representatives from the Monterey Symphony, the Carmel Bach Festival and the Santa Cruz Symphony... Read more
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Denver Post
Conductors in their 20s, and already on the Colorado Symphony podiumLike the city of Denver itself, the conducting staff at its major orchestra is
Conductors in their 20s, and already on the Colorado Symphony podium
Denver Post / Posted 26 days ago
Like the city of Denver itself, the conducting staff at its major orchestra is getting younger, larger and more diverse. "There has been an almost unreal increase in the volume of programming we do," said Anthony Pierce, who leads the orchestra's... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Cabrillo Fest: Drums, tubs, bells and whistles -- he's got them allWhen composers presenting their work at the Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary M
Cabrillo Fest: Drums, tubs, bells and whistles -- he's got them all
Oakland Tribune / Posted 27 days ago
When composers presenting their work at the Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music need a bing, a bang or a boom, a ting, a pling a thwack or a whoosh, Galen Lemmon gets the call. Since the dawn of the 21st century, the supremely resourceful South... Read more
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The Daily Review
Cabrillo Fest: Drums, tubs, bells and whistles -- he's got them allWhen composers presenting their work at the Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary M
Cabrillo Fest: Drums, tubs, bells and whistles -- he's got them all
The Daily Review / Posted 27 days ago
When composers presenting their work at the Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music need a bing, a bang or a boom, a ting, a pling a thwack or a whoosh, Galen Lemmon gets the call. Since the dawn of the 21st century, the supremely resourceful South... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Barbara Rose Shuler, Intermezzo: Carmel Bach Festival musicians remain busy year-roundCarmel Bach Festival executive Debbie Chinn has a passion for forging creative
Barbara Rose Shuler, Intermezzo: Carmel Bach Festival musicians remain busy year-round
The Monterey County Herald / Posted a month ago
Carmel Bach Festival executive Debbie Chinn has a passion for forging creative partnerships and engaging the community through innovative ideas and initiatives. The 2015 festival comes to a close this Saturday evening with the Best of the Fest... Read more

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