Tag Archive | "Leonard Bernstein"

Resurrection: Why We Need Mahler’s Second Symphony on the Tenth Anniversary of 9/11

Thursday, September 8, 2011

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Resurrection:  Why We Need Mahler’s Second Symphony on the Tenth Anniversary of 9/11

Recently, The New York Times published a lengthy list of special 9/11 programming that will hit the airwaves, the concert hall, houses of worship, and movie theaters around the country over the next couple of weeks. Among the events is a special free concert by conductor Alan Gilbert (a client of my company) and the New [...]

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Patriotic Pick-Me Up

Friday, July 2, 2010

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Patriotic Pick-Me Up

Let’s face it — America is having a tough time these days. Unemployment hovers near 10%; the deficit soars; leaders refuse to act like adults and won’t put the country’s interests ahead of petty politics; young Americans slog their way through two wars in far away places; and there’s that big oil spill that continues [...]

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