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Magazine articles on classical music and musicians.
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HHMI Bulletin
May 2011
Richard Saltus
From Bench to Brahms At least one evening a week, doctors and scientists from Boston's biomedical community escape the laboratory or bedside to unleash their musical creativity with the Longwood Symphony Orchestra. mark for My Articles similar articles
Chemistry World
July 2010
Column: The crucible Borodin wasn't such an outstanding scientist after all, says the author, but science and music are far from mutually exclusive mark for My Articles similar articles
December 22, 2008
David Downs
Yo-Yo Ma Brings Remix Culture to Music's Ivory Tower Renowned cellist and 15-time Grammy winner Yo-Yo Ma is hosting an online competition, inviting listeners to add their own accompaniment to his performance of the traditional hymn "Dona Nobis Pacem," from his latest album. mark for My Articles similar articles
July 2008
Tim Cavanaugh
Classical Gasbags Mavens moan about the decline of classical music, but in reality the genre has more listeners than ever. mark for My Articles similar articles
AFP eWire
June 16, 2008
Music to Their Ears--How a Symphony's Campaign Reached Crescendo The Nashville Symphony's fundraising campaign "A Time for Greatness" attracted 3,860 gifts, including 34 individual and corporate gifts of $1 million or more. mark for My Articles similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
September 10, 2007
Martha Lagace
High Note: Managing the Medici String Quartet Businesses emphasize technical mastery and the creation of predictable patterns. The Medici String Quartet aimed for more. mark for My Articles similar articles
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