New York Philharmonic

October 12, 2018: Intimate Evening – Captivating Cello

Maria Kitsopoulos, cello Araceli Chacon, piano Friday, October 12, 2018 8:00 pm Far Hills, NJ Residence New York Philharmonic cellist Maria Kitsopoulos has thrilled audiences across the United States and…

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The Educational Legacy of Bernstein

If you were born in the United States before 1965, chances are you viewed at least one of Leonard Bernstein’s fifty-three televised Young People’s Concerts broadcast between 1958 and 1972….

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Charlie Rose – Are You Listening?

Public television host and interviewer par excellence, Charlie Rose, has been a favorite of mine since his first broadcasts in the early 1990’s on WNET. There are so many things…

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Danse Macabre and Other Works for Solo Piano, Camille Saint-Saens

Halloween Candy

Sometime before Halloween, The Discovery Orchestra will post a photo on Facebook that purports to have me in the picture. It does, in fact, have a nine-year-old George Marriner Maull…

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The Elephant in the Room

My last entry focused on concert hall acoustics and their possible impact on attendance at symphony orchestra concerts. Today I want to address the ‘elephant in the room.’ A good…

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Can You Hear Me Now?

I grew up listening to the fabled sound of The Philadelphia Orchestra. As musicians, we work diligently to achieve a certain sound on our instruments or with our voices. Here’s…

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Let me begin by thanking you for the opportunity to attend “Discover Django with The Stephane Wrembel Band”, Sunday afternoon! I thoroughly enjoyed the amazing concert! Every experience I have with The Discovery Orchestra is a wonderful music education gift.

— Cheryl Outlaw, The Links-Morris County Chapter

 

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