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Black History Month - Oct 14th - Rudolph Dunbar

Rudolph Dunbar (26 Nov 1907 – 10 June 1988)

Rudolph Dunbar was born in Guyana, and began playing the clarinet in the British Guiana Militia Band after being inspired by their arrangements of Wagner and Elgar when he was 14 years old. 250 more words

Black History Month

The Rules of Being a Salami

Daddy Salami sat down and passed a drinking horn to the newest member of his family, Sandra.

Sandra Salami.

“So, Sandra me dear,” Salami began. 269 more words

Tales And Stories

Saranno famosi: a scuola con le stelle

Da oggi 9 settembre, tutti i martedì alle 21.10 su Sky Arte HD – canali 120 e 400 di Sky – doppio appuntamento per vivere a fianco dei ballerini delle prestigiose scuole di danza. 230 more words


From Athens to Vanderbilt to KickStarter

inequality and art


“Who gets to create art?” asked The Rumpus editor Stephen Elliott in an essay on the controversy over the 2012 release of Quentin Tarantino’s… 2,535 more words

Zooming Out

Interview Snippet with Nico Muhly

Classical Chops interviews famous composer Nico Muhly who discusses his composition teachers during his Juilliard School study.  Check out more videos on our YouTube Channel here.

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How one reader used E-Squared to finally find Sasquatch

“Love should be ‘spread throughout the world, shouted in our ears for free.”—Stuart Kestenbaum

Thought I’d spread a little love from a reader who recently used the Einstein wands from E-Squared in a workshop at a Performing Arts Conservatory for Julliard and Broadway-bound youth. 178 more words