music listening education

Intentional Acts of Kindness – Encore

Old blog posts, once written, become a ‘thought mining resource’ for me. I might be looking for some reference I made to a particular subject or person. . .perhaps an…

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Not Their Thing

A recent search online connected me with an interesting 1984 article from the archives of The New York Times entitled, Education: Classical Music Not Their Thing. Gene I. Maeroff discusses…

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Discovery Orchestra Receives Investors Foundation Grant

Grant Will Support Discovery Orchestra’s Local Music Education Programs PLUCKEMIN, New Jersey – The Discovery Orchestra (“the Orchestra”) recently received a $3,000 grant from the Investors Foundation. The grant will…

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5 Maestro-Approved Online Picks for Classical Beginners

“In our fast-paced lives where our attention is pulled in 100 different directions at any given moment, classical music is a timeless and useful tool to help us learn how…

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Something To Cheer About!

We’ve written about our educational television shows before, and we’re proud of the number of viewers who according to Nielsen Ratings have seen each of them here in the United…

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Pick The Brain

Maestro Maull wrote a thought leadership article for Pick The Brain, a self-improvement site that covers different topics including art, health and self-directed learning. Music is present during virtually every…

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“I just wanted to say thank you so much for the opportunity to attend the Discovery Orchestra concert today. The students and parents really enjoyed the performance and interactive listening. Many of them were answering all the questions and making connections with their study at PMP… By providing a bus for us, you removed the barrier of getting students and parents to the event which can sometimes be challenging.”

— Elizabeth Moulthrop, Director, Paterson Music Project

 

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