The Principles of Music Teaching

The pursuit of personal excellence, whether as a five-year-old or as a sixty-five-year-old, is a driving force of life--the cradle of hope and faith. Whether this pursuit is in the planting of a garden, the raising of a child, the

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The Berlin Philharmonic Back in Salzburg

The Berlin Philharmonic made its annual appearance in Salzburg with an exciting program comprising three concerts and one opera. The emphasis this year was on the British composer, Benjamin Britten. His opera, Peter Grimes, is a gloomy saga about the

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The Washington Opera

Although in its current season the Washington Opera will be giving 80 performances of eight operas, the beginnings of this impressive company were humble. In fact, the first formal performance of the company in 1957 took place in an auditorium

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Kennedy Center Concert

Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony featured at Washington Performing Arts Concert CUA's Benjamin T. Rome School of Music is actually the only university to participate in this concert which is presented by WPA (Washington Performing Arts) that will celebrate the organization's 50th

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T in the Park 2016

T in the Park 2016 What a day yesterday was. Of course, I was at T In The Park 2016. After the craziest mix up regarding tickets I could even imagine, I finally made it. A few months ago I

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