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VIDEO: Stewart Copeland Teams Up With CSO

Whether you’re a fan of The Police, the¬†Chicago Symphony Orchestra or the movie “Ben Hur,” you’ll LOVE¬†this!

Stewart Copeland has composed an original score for the 1925 silent film version of… 70 more words

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National Accounts Revision: Impacts and Challenges

The idea of GDP or GNP as a measure of economic well-being of a nation was proposed by Simon Kuznets in the late 1930s. Owing to Kuznet’s efforts, the Department of Commerce U.S. 728 more words

Through The Cracks

There has been a lot of talk in the media over the past few days about the crisis in the health system in Ireland.  Things are pretty grim. 524 more words

Education

The journey part two

Jan 31st 2013 long awaited appointment with fertility registrar. Told we will need icsi to conceive, well prepared for this, how soon can we start? Told I will need a HSG scan to check uterus ok, that there is no waiting list for ivf and will be able to get started within a month or two (ha!). 162 more words

Maestro Rossen Milanov

My Columbus Symphony Orchestra has just named our new music director. Congratulations to Maestro Rossen Milanov! Hailing from the beautiful country of Bulgaria, our new maestro is currently working as the music director of the Princeton Symphony Orchestra and is the Principal Conductor of Orquesta Sinfónica del Principado de Asturias (OSPA) in Spain. 184 more words

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A TUNEFUL CSO SEASON

As Maestro¬†George Del Gobbo¬†says, “There is nothing in the world like hearing a symphony orchestra live.” The first symphony¬† orchestra I heard live was the Pittsburg Symphony when it came to Columbus in the mid-1940s. 187 more words

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Modern Music

I have a crazy biased opinion when it comes to classical and baroque eras of music. Really.¬†With a few exceptions, if it’s later than Beethoven, the music¬†¬†just isn’t nearly as good in my humble opinion. 1,142 more words

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