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Maestro's Monthly Blog: George Marriner Maull Meets Maestro Bernstein...A Recollection with an image of a young Leonard Bernstein.

George Marriner Maull Meets Maestro Bernstein…A Recollection

In light of the recent release of the film Maestro about Leonard Bernstein, I would like to share a few recollections of meeting him in 1976. While residing in Louisville…

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Inside Music episode entitled The Cafe Brahms, featuring 21 Hungarian Dances.

The Café Brahms

In this episode of Inside Music, host George Marriner Maull explores the effect that one of Brahms’s most significant influencers, Hungarian violinist Ede Remény, had on him. Asked by Remény in…

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Maestro's Monthly Blog. Life Can Be Very Challenging.

Life Can Be Very Challenging

Just before the final playthrough of the featured music in our latest televised Discovery Concert© Discover Saint-Saëns’ “Organ” Symphony, I said to the audience: “As we know, life can be…

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New Game Quest #6 celebrating Mozart's Birthday. Go to ahaclassical.com

NEW Game Quest

ANNOUNCING OUR NEW GAME APP: AHA! Classical is a fun way to learn to listen to classical music with Maestro Maull. Download the app in the Google or Apple app…

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New Inside Music episode "Brahms Light" on wwfm.org

Brahm’s Light

In this episode of Inside Music, host George Marriner Maull presents another side of composer Johannes Brahms. Brahms wrote his Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 68 over a…

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On Monday, May 8th we were very happy to be part of a multifaceted event, presented by both organizations, entitled Walk With Me: Discover The Montgomery Variations, held at the Rock Christian Fellowship on Ferry Street in Newark.

More Than Success

I’ve written before about Dr. Jee-Hoon Krska and the wonderful non-profit organization she founded in 2016, Keys 2 Success, in her words: “to teach classical piano to kids growing up…

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I just listened to the first episode of this (Dvorak’s “New World” Symphony) and can’t believe how fortunate I was to run across this on Prime. I have heard Maull lecture many times before performances and now here he is right on my computer screen and with the clearest of visual aids. I promise if you listen to one of these you will understand a piece as never before. And, I have discovered from past experiences with his lectures that I always listen to any given piece with a greater connection. These “home” viewings of Maull’s lectures are such a gift! Highly recommended.

— Carolyn Bross, Amazon Reviewer