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Thomas Wolf Releases His Newest Book, The Nightingale's Sonata
Spanning generations, from the shores of the Black Sea to the glittering concert halls of New York, The Nightingale's Sonata is a richly woven tapestry centered around violin virtuoso Lea Luboshutz. 

A message from Sanuja Goonetilleke in the Cambridge Office of WolfBrown
As of June 14, I will be leaving the US, and therefore, my role here at WolfBrown. In order to be closer to my family, I will be moving to South or South East Asia. I am very grateful to have known, worked with, and learned from you all. Thank you, and I look forward to reading about the inspiring and imperative work WolfBrown and clients will continue to engage in.

Taking Note: Parsing Rigor in Arts Education Studies
Steven Holochwost offers his thoughts on rigor in arts education research in a new blog post for the National Endowment for the Arts. 

TYA Today Publishes a New Article on WolfBrown's Research with The New Victory Theater
The article, "Giving Voice to Young Audiences", discusses the takeaways from 5-year research endeavor for The New Victory Theater's Schools with the Performing Arts Reach Kids (SPARK) program.

Tom Wolf Develops New On-Line Courses For Philanthropy University

“I learned as much as my students did the first time around,” said Tom Wolf, who teaches three of the seven new courses Philanthropy University will offer: Introduction to Fundraising; Fundraising: Connecting with Donors; and Fundraising Strategies. Read more in "How far can online learning take local capacity building?"