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Category: OnCampus

What’s in a Fludde?

0 Tony Woodcock

One of the most creative and inventive films I’ve seen recently was Wes Anderson’s 2012 Moonrise Kingdom, with all the strange oddities of style, camera angles, and storyline that make this director’s work so compelling and so memorable.

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Happy Birthday Polyphonic!

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Polyphonic.org was founded in April of 2006, making this month our 7th birthday!  We thought that a fun way to celebrate would be to interview our editors and give you a peek into the lives of the folks that curate the content here at Polyphonic.org.  Enjoy! Dr. Ramon Ricker – Editor-in-Chief How long have you

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A New Year – A New Vlog

0 Stephen Danyew

If you had a chance to follow our team of On Campus video bloggers (vloggers for short) this past year, you know how interesting their stories have been.  12 young musicians throughout the country recorded a short video entry every two weeks for an entire year, chronicling their life and career as a young musician. 

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Questions? Answers.

0 Stephen Danyew

Back in January, I posted a blog about Musical America’s exciting new partnership with Edna Landau – “Ask Edna.”  Since starting her new blog, Edna has addressed some excellent career-related questions by young musicians, and she has provided some insightful guidance and ideas to consider.  Recently, I figured I would throw a question into the

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Dear Edna, I have a question…

0 Stephen Danyew

Who should I ask? Often times we have questions about our career path, life, relationships, etc.  Sometimes we seek out those close to us whom we respect to give us advice, other times we just keep our questions to ourselves, and sometimes we seek out someone we don’t actually know to ask for their expertise. 

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The Secret to Engaging Future Orchestra Audiences?

1 Stephen Danyew

Well let’s start with what isn’t a secret: Many orchestras are trying to reach out to future audiences (young people) and convince them that an orchestra concert should be on their shortlist of exciting weekend activities. An increasing number of orchestras (and other concert music organizations) are creating programs and concerts specifically catered to younger

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Jobs Don't Grow On Trees

0 Stephen Danyew

In a recent article in the New York Times, Daniel J. Wakin points to the seemingly large number of orchestral positions that are currently open at some of the nation’s top orchestras.  Of course we could debate all day about whether or not 12 openings in the NY Phil is remarkable, if they will be

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Polyphonic On Campus: Coming Soon

0 Stephen Danyew
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