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10 Healthy Ways to Flip on the Brain’s ‘Happiness’ Switch

Principia Scientific 02 Jul 2022
Listen to classical music ... Wen-wen Chou, music consultant at Northern Academy of the Arts, recommends listening to classical music such as Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven, because classical music is mostly calming, and without too many noisy and emotionally stimulating sounds, it is more beneficial to our physical and mental health.

Cleveland Orchestra’s Blossom Music Festival boasts big slate of classical music, movie scores and more

Waurika News Journal 29 Jun 2022
Related Articles ... The summer schedule also includes plenty of dates for the more discriminating classical music lover. Gandlmayr pointed to The Cleveland Orchestra presenting Beethoven Symphony No. 9 on Aug ... 13 ... “We’re going to have a great season next summer, full of exciting music, film scores, popular programs and classical programs,” Gandlmayr said.

Deer Valley Music Festival offers an array of pop and classical concerts for any music lover

Park Record 28 Jun 2022
“The chamber series is more classically focused and takes place in a more intimate setting,” she said ... Mary’s is a smaller venue where you can get up-close and personal with the artists and hear kind of the ‘greatest hits’ of classical music, including works by Beethoven and Mozart.” ... Other chamber concerts will include Beethoven’s Symphony No.

Jacksonville Symphony looking forward to symphony of 'boundless possibilities'

The Florida Times Union 26 Jun 2022
Jacksonville Symphony to close season with Beethoven classic ... Continuing with our “season of firsts,” our final classical concert in June featured the world premiere of eminent composer Tarik O’Regan’s work "Trances." ... of our Florida Blue Classical Series.


Dawn 26 Jun 2022
I am seated next to my best friend, Reja, as we patiently await the Indian classical ensemble that is to play on stage ... The Indian classical sarangi is rapidly declining in Pakistan ... This is a pivotal point — the very first of an ongoing conversation I am holding with the Indian classical sarangi.

John Suchet steps down from weekday Classic FM show to host specials across year

AOL 24 Jun 2022
“But after 12 years presenting five radio shows a week (live!), writing five composer biographies, hosting a 52-part podcast series on Beethoven – the longest series ever on a single composer – I have decided it’s time to step away from the mic. “Next Friday July 1 will be the final Classic FM Concert.

A familiar voice says goodbye: Walter Carroll, longtime NEPM classical music host, to retire

The Recorder 24 Jun 2022
... station when he attended Franklin College in the Hoosier state, says he’s enjoyed his run at NEPM, where he’s played a range of classical music but also shared his affinity for some of the big names from the canon — Bach, Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms, and others — with audiences.

Vitalism Contra Traditionalism in the Game of Power, by Jung-Freud

The Unz Review 23 Jun 2022
Merlin is a classic vitalist ... Now, clearly, Mozart or Beethoven couldn’t have been possible without the glorious tradition of Classical Music. It’s not like they invented the instruments, music notations, and the basic classical forms ... He can read up on literature or music and expound about why Shakespeare or Beethoven is so important.

US orchestras including more work from women and minorities

The Hill 23 Jun 2022
Story at a glance ... Although American orchestras have improved their repertoire diversity, more work can be done. American orchestras have long favored the repertoires of classical composers like Mozart, Beethoven and Tchaikovsky, and have struggled to incorporate the music of living composers, especially those from marginalized groups.   ... .

Festival Faire Returns July 10 to Launch the Sunriver Music Festival Summer Concert Series

Cascade Business News 21 Jun 2022
The film highlights the dramatic story of Beethoven’s Third Symphony (Eroica). Why was the Eroica so revolutionary? Why did this symphony provoke political arguments among patrons and performers alike? How did Beethoven’s Eroica impact the future of classical music then and forever? Join us for movie night and find out!.

John J. Vitale

The Keene Sentinel 16 Jun 2022
John J. Vitale, 73, of East Swanzey, passed away on June 12, 2022. He was born on June 26, 1948, in Keene, son of the late Michael and Mary (Navish) Vitale ... Having a knack for piano, John skillfully played many classical pieces, including Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 ... 3, Dale Earnhardt ... Burial will follow at St ... .

Vicente Lusitano: Why was the first Black published composer just a footnote in histories?

The Observer 16 Jun 2022
On Saturdays, hanging out with my pals in HMV, I didn’t find his music when I slipped quietly into the classical section ... hear Black voices, present for as long as there has been such a thing as classical music.’ ... And counterpoint matters to classical music. Bach, Mozart and Beethoven all studied the counterpoint perfected by Renaissance composers.

The third time's a charm -- Michael Feinstein finally playing Lied after two years of ...

Lincoln Journal Star 16 Jun 2022
The end result is great singers doing great classics.” ... That won’t be the case Friday, when Feinstein sings the songs that, over the last century, have become enduring classics. “The craft of the songs are timeless, just as Shakespeare is timeless, or listening to Beethoven’s Ninth or seeing a Da Vinci drawing,” Feinstein said.

John Hughes: I am not a plagiarist – and here’s why

The Observer 16 Jun 2022
Here is a famous sentence, the opening line to One Hundred Years of Solitude ... A few added, a few taken away. Influence? The distinction is not as clear-cut as the words suggest ... The history of classical music, to take one example, is the history of the appropriation of folk forms and melodies. Beethoven, Brahms, Liszt, Bartok, the list is endless ... .

Bemidji Area Church Musicians to hold recital June 15

The Bemidji Pioneer 13 Jun 2022
BEMIDJI — The 35th season of the Bemidji Area Church Musicians Summer Recital Series continues at noon on Wednesday, June 15, at First Lutheran Church, 900 Bemidji Ave. This recital will feature Melanie Hanson on violin and Sarah Carlson on organ ... NW ... Roll Over Beethoven. Anonymous donor gives $56M to Minnesota Public Radio for classical music ... .

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