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Dec 16

Composer Robert J. Sherman Marches with North Carolina High School Band

Robert J. Sherman, son of American songwriter and Disney legend Robert B. Sherman, paraded down iconic Main Street U.S.A. at...
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Dec 16

Northwestern Study Finds Music Education Changes The Teen Brain

A new study by the Auditory Neuroscience Laboratory at Northwestern University revealed music instruction, and studying music in general, changes...
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Dec 16

The secret of the most famous violins? A bath, say researchers on the hunt for Stradivarius mystique.

Of all the violin and cello makers throughout history, none has achieved the mystique of Antonio Stradivari, the Italian luthier...
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Dec 16

New York Philharmonic And Interlochen Academy Launch Partnership

The Interlochen Arts Academy and New York Philharmonic are pleased to announce a partnership that will launch in January. Read...
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Dec 16

David Robertson will leave the SLSO at end of 2018-19 season

Music director David Robertson and the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra have announced a one-year extension of Robertson’s contract, through the...
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Dec 16

Philadelphia Youth Orchestra gets first-ever grant from William Penn Foundation

In the City of Firsts, the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra has received its first-ever grant from the William Penn Foundation that...
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Dec 16

ASCAP And Nielsen Announce New Strategic Data Agreement

ASCAP, the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, the world leader in performing rights and advocacy for music creators,...
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Dec 16

2017 Music In Our Schools – Music Inspires Tour to Present $30,000 in Grants to Six Winning Schools

After more than 60,000 views of the 12 semifinalist schools’ videos for the 2017 Music In Our Schools – Music...
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Dec 16

Tween music prodigy’s “Cinderella” opera set for Vienna debut

Just 11 years old, Alma Deutcher’s talent is unmistakable. But what makes her truly extraordinary is not her ability to...
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Dec 16

Musical nonprofit offers free pianos and lessons to those in need

After the untimely death of their son, a couple in St. Louis started a nonprofit called Pianos for People that...
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