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Christian Li: The young Harry Potter fan on his music stardom
Christian Li, 12, Decca Classics' youngest artist, reveals how he relaxes when he isn't practising.
Image copyrightDecca Like many 12-year-old schoolboys, Christian Li likes Harry Potter, The Hobbit and Angry Birds. But what sets him apart is his gift for the violin. "I feel most happy and con… [+4390 chars]
https://www.facebook.com/bbcnews
2020-06-21 23:18:38




[FOR PLANTS] Don’t Read This If You’re Human [JUST PLANTS PLEASE]
Let’s be honest: While humanity has done a lot to support the arts, humans themselves make for a terrible live audience. If they’re not coughing or talking or picking their noses, they’re probably tapping at their phones. On Monday, Barcelona’s Liceu opera …
Lets be honest: While humanity has done a lot to support the arts, humans themselves make for a terrible live audience. If theyre not coughing or talking or picking their noses, theyre probably tappi… [+1707 chars]
Hudson Hongo
2020-06-23 19:55:00




Do You Remember the Time Sega Made a Micro-Sized Self-Playing Grand Piano Too?
Yesterday, Sega revealed its Game Gear Micro throwback console and if you think putting just four retro games inside a tiny handheld with an even tinier screen was strange, the company has some even weirder gadgets in its back catalog, including a meticulousl…
Yesterday, Sega revealed its Game Gear Micro throwback console and if you think putting just four retro games inside a tiny handheld with an even tinier screen was strange, the company has some even … [+2492 chars]
Andrew Liszewski
2020-06-03 15:56:00




The Science Behind Orchestras' Careful Covid Comeback
How readily can playing instruments transmit the virus? As researchers investigate, musical ensembles prepare for the show to go on.
Last month, members of the Berlin Philharmonic returned home to their concert hall after weeks of isolation. They sat onstage in a loose constellation, dispersed according to local virus regulations.… [+4259 chars]
Gregory Barber
2020-06-08 11:00:00




Classical music app ‘Concertino’ for Apple Music now available for iOS
We have already covered Concertino here on 9to5Mac, which is an app focused on transforming “Apple Music into a magical classical music jukebox.” Previously available only as a web app, Concertino is now available for iOS on the App Store. more… The post Cla…
We have already covered Concertino here on 9to5Mac, which is an app focused on transforming “Apple Music into a magical classical music jukebox.” Previously available only as a web app, Concertino is… [+1332 chars]
Filipe Espósito
2020-06-04 01:38:23




US consumers are refocusing their audio content mix on wellness and family amid the pandemic
  • This story was delivered to Insider Intelligence eMarketer Briefing subscribers earlier this morning.
  • Insider Intelligence analyzes this industry and several others to provide in-depth analyst reports, proprietary forecasts, customizable cha…
    As the coronavirus pandemic continues to alter people's regular routines, audio listening habits have also been significantly changed: Not only are US consumers listening to more audio, they're refoc… [+2458 chars]
    Victoria Petrock
    2020-06-24 14:09:00




10 ways to enjoy Toronto life in the age of COVID-19
Toronto is considered a world-class city when it comes to food, culture, sports and entertainment. With most of the city on lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, it might feel like all that the city has to offer is off limits. Toronto’s people and busines…
Toronto is considered a world-class city when it comes to food, culture, sports and entertainment. With most of the city on lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, it might feel like all that the c… [+5102 chars]
Paytm Canada
2020-06-25 20:04:31




Classical Music Concert Given to an Audience of Plants in an Opera House
In the Liceu opera house in Barcelona, a string quartet gave a Puccini concert to an audience of 2,292 potted plants.The concert, held the day after Spain lifted their lockdown, is the brainchild of conceptual artist Eugenio Ampudia. According to The Guardian…
In the Liceu opera house in Barcelona, a string quartet gave a Puccini concert to an audience of 2,292 potted plants. The concert, held the day after Spain lifted their lockdown, is the brainchild o… [+546 chars]
Rain Noe
2020-06-24 13:23:00




This app puts a hi-tech spin on practicing with sheet music
Whether you’re dedicated to practicing with an instrument or just want to learn to play for the first time, diving into music can be daunting. One of the steepest learning curves for budding musicians is reading and understanding sheet music, the backbone of …
Whether youre dedicated to practicing with an instrument or just want to learn to play for the first time, diving into music can be daunting. One of the steepest learning curves for budding musicians… [+3756 chars]
Boing Boing's Shop
2020-06-09 13:00:37




How to Improve Your Piano Playing Skills
It doesn't matter if you're just starting out or play the piano professionally — everyone has room to improve their piano playing skills. You may not want to do a lot of the "work" that goes into learning the instrument if you only want to play for fun, but b…
Focus on what you love about piano if you need help getting motivated to practice. One of the greatest things about playing the piano is that there's so much solo music. The solo piano concert is a s… [+267 chars]
wikiHow
2020-06-09 08:00:00




Remixing the Classical Canon #MusicMonday
The excellent Ethan Hein has written a lot about remixes. Lately, what he’s been doing is putting beats under canonical classical works. What came out of the experiment were tracks that helped displace the canon and demonstrate the essential qualities of icon…
The excellent Ethan Hein has written a lot about remixes. Lately, what he’s been doing is putting beats under canonical classical works. What came out of the experiment were tracks that helped displa… [+4587 chars]
Zay
2020-06-15 07:00:44




Musicians and Composers Respond to a Chaotic Moment
The pandemic and the protests inspire works of lamentation and rage, Alex Ross writes.
On May 27th, two days after a Minneapolis police officer murdered George Floyd, Anthony McGill, the principal clarinettist of the New York Philharmonic, posted a recording of himself playing America … [+7282 chars]
Alex Ross
2020-06-29 10:00:00




'It was heartbreaking': the day Bob Marley played for Crystal Palace
40 years ago this week, Bob Marley played in Crystal Palace park, debuting Redemption Song and enchanting the crowd – but signs of his decline were already thereWhat turned out to be the last Garden Party in Crystal Palace, on 7 June 1980, had already been pr…
What turned out to be the last Garden Party in Crystal Palace, on 7 June 1980, had already been pretty memorable. Joe Jackson was booed off stage after swearing at the audience before several people … [+4500 chars]
Ed Aarons
2020-06-03 13:24:28




A rare, new interview with Bob Dylan
Since the pandemic began, Bob Dylan has released his first two songs in almost a decade, "Murder Most Foul" (above), a beautiful ballad about the assassination of John F. Kennedy, and the stunning "I Contain Multitudes" (below). In a very rare interview in to…
Since the pandemic began, Bob Dylan has released his first two songs in almost a decade, "Murder Most Foul" (above), a beautiful ballad about the assassination of John F. Kennedy, and the stunning "I… [+3813 chars]
David Pescovitz
2020-06-12 15:50:39




Concertino Brings Classical Music Into Focus on Apple Music
The app turns Apple Music into a classical music jukebox.
The app, which is available on the web, is a classical music jukebox for the streaming service. Instead of singers, albums, and tracks, Concertino focuses on composers, works, performers, and movemen… [+568 chars]
AppAdvice Staff Author
2020-06-04 14:53:42




Sarah Davachi Announces New Album Cantus, Descant, Shares New Song: Listen
The first release on the experimental artist’s new label Late Music
Sarah Davachi has announce a new album called Cantus, Descant. Its out September 18 via her new label Late Music (which is set up through Warps partner label division). Two songs feature her vocals o… [+1606 chars]
Evan Minsker
2020-07-02 15:57:05




Concertino for iPhone makes Apple Music and classical music work together, at last
Apple Music was designed for mainstream music. Thankfully, Concertino brings all the intricacies and the complex structure of classical music to Apple's streaming service.
Apple Music was not created for classical music due to its focus on tracks versus multi-movement works which are based on multiple composers, works, performers and so forth. Enter Concertino, a nati… [+2132 chars]
Christian Zibreg
2020-06-04 12:50:30




Apple Music for Android brings gapless playback support
We can’t expect Apple Music to be a huge hit for Android users but there are still who prefer it to be their music streaming service. And so Apple will continue to improve on the app bringing updates every once in a while. The latest one, version 3.30, brings…
We cant expect Apple Music to be a huge hit for Android users but there are still who prefer it to be their music streaming service. And so Apple will continue to improve on the app bringing updates … [+1791 chars]
Ida Torres
2020-06-27 08:00:56




Julia (Rosolovsky) Greer ’97
Julia (Rosolovsky) Greer ’97 is a scientist and a classical pianist. Her nanotechnology research breaks new ground, and her music lifts people up. Fittingly, Fast Company named her one of its “Most Creative People” in 2014; CNN named her a “2020 Visionary” in…
Julia (Rosolovsky) Greer 97 is a scientist and a classical pianist. Her nanotechnology research breaks new ground, and her music lifts people up. Fittingly, Fast Company named her one of its Most Cre… [+3502 chars]
Tate Ryan-Mosley
2020-06-16 22:00:06




Acquisitions, Classical Music, Manuscripts
Sometimes we acquire music manuscripts direct from a composer. The post Acquisitions, Classical Music, Manuscripts appeared first on The Good Men Project.
—The past weeks have been busy in the British Librarys music department, with negotiations taking place over the acquisition of several twentieth-century composers’ music manuscripts. Well be providi… [+3136 chars]
Music
2020-06-26 03:30:55
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