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Working with Carnegie Hall’s Weill Institute of Music, WolfBrown has just published “Why Making Music Matters,” a short, illustrated report summarizing research on the ways in which making live music together can impact the lives of young children and their … Continue reading

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As someone who writes pages and pages every year about the arts, there is one topic I will not tackle: music. That may sound surprising coming from someone who grew up in a family of musicians, played flute professionally for … Continue reading

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You may be familiar with N PR’s WORLD CAFE®, a program of diverse musical expressions, but the WORLD CAFE® I’m writing about is something quite different. It is sometimes linked with “appreciative inquiry,” an academic approach to organizational development popularized … Continue reading

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Preschoolers and contemporary (recently-composed) classical music – not two things one would typically put together. But a recent issue of the journal Behavior and Brain Sciences published the findings of an exploratory study I conducted with Professor Carroll Izard at … Continue reading

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Wall Street Journal Leon Botstein is a multi-talented individual who is the long-time President of Bard College and also an accomplished conductor. He runs an innovative festival each summer at Bard that explores broad themes in the music world through … Continue reading

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