Monthly Archives: October 2019

10 soothing classical music compositions for children

Music is a part of life, whether you play an instrument or simply enjoy it by listening to it. And music can play a big role in raising our children. Music can help our children learn (like with the alphabet song) and can help them relax when we try to …

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‘How to Fall Slowly’ features student compositions

the music department hosted”Tuft Composers: How to Fall Slowly,” to Wednesday, a deposit of this season Tufts Composers Concert Series. The show featured a range of new original works by Tufts students, faculty and alumni. the annual was designed to showcase the works of students in two advanced composition courses: …

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His compositions will always fascinate us

One of his compositions “Yashodhara” composed by him for me in 1978-79 is still relevant and never fails to move the audience. As I left the Deshmukh Auditorium of the India International Center (IIC) on Thursday, October 3, I received heartbreaking news that left me stunned. A long-time colleague and …

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Romantic opera still speaks so loudly to us today

ONE of the most romantic of all operas, this production of Bohemian came to Kenton courtesy of Opera Holloway. This traveling company of young singers was formed to promote opera and the careers of young artists and to present shows accessible to the public, especially to new audiences. The story …

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