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Category: Future of Music

Highest Artistic Honor= Serving Communities

0 Nicole Camacho

Link to website of my community concert organization discussed in video:  www.MusicUnboxed.org  

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Who’s in Charge Here?

0 Nicole Camacho

I have been working on a way to say what I have said in this video for a few months now, in that it is touchy for me.  When I get involved with projects, I dive in, jump in, am all in, and so I really got the full picture and had to work on

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We are ALL Needed

0 Nicole Camacho

Peacefulness, Beauty, Goodness, Gentleness, Courage, and so on are all things the world will always want more of and so PLAY ON MY FELLOW ARTISTS, POETS, MUSICIANS :0)

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Video Blog - The MOLA Conference

0 Elaine Li
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Hooray for Hollywood!

0 Sarah Marczynski

Sarah talks movies and orchestra concerts. Bring your own popcorn.

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Your 1st Website

0 Nicole Camacho
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Give Yourself the Chance to Compose!

0 Nicole Camacho
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Take Your Bike

0 Nicole Camacho

*In the middle of this I start using the word “create” by itself, and what I mean is jumping into the unknown/ adventure/ the road less traveled/ start from scratch/ discover/ explore in a new way.  Personally, “Taking my bike” has meant going from “performer” and taking on the additional role of “producer”.  This also

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We are business owners!!!!

0 Nicole Camacho

While I have come a long way in terms of my financial knowledge in the past few years, I wanted to make sure to convey my sincere reaction during the process of getting from point A to point B; getting from “i am a musician and that’s it” to “i am a musician and therefore

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Who I am. What I do.

0 Nicole Camacho

 

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Jade’s Last Polyphonic Vlog: Don’t forget your power!

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Music Outreach with Young Audiences

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Meghan discusses her work with Young Audiences, a national organization that helps bring arts education to children. Her outreach concert series, 47 Strings, is a performer with Young Audiences of Houston. Learn more at www.fortysevenstrings.com and like it on facebook at facebook.com/47strings!  

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A packed symphony concert?!?

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  Here Derek talks about a local symphony concert he recently attended in Dubuque, Iowa.

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Music from a High School student’s perspective

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In this Vlog I interview two high school students about why music is important in their life.

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Bringing Your Reality into Your Career

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Wind Ensemble Piece Updates

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  Here Derek talks about his progress on his new wind ensemble piece, “We Seven”.

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Playing with Community Ensembles

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  Here Derek talks about his summer experience playing with two community bands in the Eastern Iowa area.

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Changing the Idea of a Concert

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  What can we do to change the typical concert setting? Here Derek gives a couple possible ideas.

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Sharing music with the Youth of Georgia!

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I travelled to Woodstock, Georgia, and visited a second grade class (my Mom’s!) at Bascomb Elementary where I shared my love of music!

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47 Strings, interactive and educational harp recitals in the community

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It’s the halfway point for 47 Strings! Learn how Meghan has been bringing harp music to homeless shelters after receiving the Richter Fund for Music Outreach from the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University. 47 Strings is a unique and unprecedented harp concert series. For each of the 47 strings, Houston harpist Meghan Caulkett

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CBDNA National Conference Wrap-Up!

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I recently attended the National CBDNA conference in Greensboro, NC and share on my VLOG my experiences and the different types of music I heard.

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Jade’s Detroit whirlwind

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Arts for Social Change, Boston University Panel, vlog #11

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Meghan talks about her experience and the questions that were asked at Boston University’s “Arts for Social Change” event. 47 Strings was one of the six organizations founded by former alumni that was discussed. The panel was open to current students in visual arts, theater, and music.  

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47 Strings- Programming for 4-year olds

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  47 Strings was recently awarded the Richter Fund for Musical Outreach from the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University. This grant will fund six performances at Houston Homeless Shelters this Spring. See how Meghan programs a concert for homeless preschoolers, as well as rehearsal time with bassist David Connor.

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Music Conference Tips and How-Tos!

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Tips on how to plan for a music conference and what to expect!

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Are you challenging your audience? You should be!

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Vlog #4 The problems with the typical concert settings

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  Here Derek discusses a couple problems he sees with common performance and programing practices.

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47 Strings- Educational and Innovative Harp Outreach

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Have you heard about Meghan’s outreach project “47 Strings”? She’s performing one concert for each string on the harp. Find out how she’s bringing classical music into the Houston community through this concert series, and check out video from some of the performances and behind the scenes footage. You can also check out meghancaulkett.com/47Strings or

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vlog #3: It’s a Montage

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A smattering of pictures relating to recent Vega Quartet events set to our demo CD recording of Haydn’s Op. 33 No. 1. We anticipate our demo to drop later this month. Hope you enjoy! Photo Credits: Nate Dorn, Dorn Brothers Photography, and me. Visit www.vegaquartet.com for more information!

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vlog #2 - Carlos Museum

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Mini-Tour of the Michael C. Carlos Museum. http://www.carlos.emory.edu/

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Vlog #1 Intro

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Hi! I wanted to introduce myself and give a little background of what I’m up to this season with the Vega String Quartet!

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Vlog #25 To make a living, get a life

0 Gavin Chuck

You’re naturally focused on starting a career in music. Have a life outside music, develop secondary interests, and encounter new ideas. Work that expresses who you are comes out of the unique experiences that you cultivate for yourself, and those experiences are richest when they are wide-ranging.

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Vlog #22 Away from the coasts

0 Gavin Chuck

Big coastal cities like NYC and LA are where so much creation of new art happens. That’s beginning to change and I’m planning for AWS to change along those lines too.

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Vlog #17 Tweet seats

0 Gavin Chuck

A recent innovation is “tweet seats”: reserved seating at the back of the hall for people who want to stay connected to social media during a concert. Bad idea.

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Vblog#11 - Sam Mehr

0 Ben Thomas

Find out what Sam Mehr’s up to on this episode of Blogging with Ben!

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Vblog #6 - Inspiration

0 Ben Thomas

My thoughts on Inspiration.

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Vlog #5 I love new music, even the new music I don’t like

0 Gavin Chuck

As symphony orchestras retool, old music should be balanced with new music.

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Vlog #6 Clips of Baroque Rock

0 Barmey Ung

This is a video of some clips of what I wrote for the Baroque Rock show with Bach and Beethoven Ensemble, Gaudete Brass Quintet, Kmang Kmang, and Avanti Guitar Trio. I split in clips of everything over the audio of what I wrote for Kmang Kmang and BBE. There’s also a short introduction about my

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Vblog #20

0 Katie Ernst

Musicians and promotion!

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Vblog #12 - Quiet Night

0 Katie Ernst

For my blog regarding the current state and future of classical music, I would like to introduce you to Quiet Night. Ben Thomas’ Quiet Night is an annual concert of quiet music. Attracting a large, eclectic and young audience, it is a great example of how classical music (and all music!) can be accessible and

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Vlog #15 - Classical Music Stereotypes

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A discussion of some of the stereotypes that often surround classical music.

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VBlog #15 - Classical music for the future

0 Colin Porter

Classical music for the future.

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Vblog #12 - New Year, New things to do

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Vblog #6 - A Big Announcement Regarding My Future. Oh Boy!

0 Katie Ernst

Big future plans announcement!

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