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Budding Violinist Gets a Prosthetic Arm from College Students' Project

April 24, 2017 | Associated Press
Virginia undergrads teamed up for their final project to build a hot pink prosthetic arm using a 3-D printer for a 10-year-old violinist.   Isabella Nicola Cabrera, an impossibly cute fifth grader at Island Creek Elementary in Fairfax … » Read

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MET Orchestra Players' Outreach Concert Funded by Independent Grant

April 24, 2017 |
As part of their community outreach initiative, independent of the Met Opera, MET Orchestra musicians are planning to perform today at a veterans’ facility in Manhattan. The free concert will be conducted by Marco Armiliato and feature … » Read

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Gold Coins Found in Old Upright Worth 'Hundreds of Thousands'

April 21, 2017 |
That stash of gold sovereigns , found hidden in an old upright piano in Shrewsbury, U.K., late last year, will go to the Crown, since a search for its real owner has been unsuccessful. About 50 people laid claim to it, reports the BBC, but … » Read




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New Performing Arts Center Opens in Paris

April 21, 2017 | Frank Cadenhead,
This weekend marks the opening of yet another performing arts center in Paris: La Seine Musicale. It is dramatically situated on the Île Seguin, where Renault formerly had a major auto plant, just where the Seine River curves around the … » Read

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Van Cliburn's Cold War Triumph. Part II of the Prologue

April 20, 2017 | Stuart Isacoff
When the World Stopped to Listen: Van Cliburn’s Cold War Triumph, Stuart Isacoff’s, newest book, is an exploration of Cliburn’s spectacular win at the first Tchaikovsky International Piano Competition in Moscow, at the height of … » Read

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Mostly Mozart Announces 51st Season; Louis Langrée Renews

April 20, 2017 | Nicholas Beard,
In issuing the programming for its 51st annual season, Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival has also announced the extension of Louis Langrée’s contract for another three years as festival music director. Running July 25 to … » Read









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