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Category: Venue

Chatt(ing) with Sarah

0 Sarah Marczynski

In Sarah’s first VLOG post, she introduces you to herself and takes you on a tour of her favorite music spaces in Chattanooga!

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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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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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vlog 4 - Residency at KU

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I was recently in Lawrence KS for a residency and concert at KU.  This vlog details the residency activities and talks about a piece I taught the percussion students there to play with us on the show .

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Vlog #3- from Minneapolis MN and Helena MT

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  After the premiere of So’s Where (we) Live with some footage of the stage and set up from the Walker Center and then on to Helena MT.

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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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Catie Hickey - Vlog #3

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The Traveling Life of a Freelance Musician

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Meghan hits the road in Vlog #3. Follow her as she goes throughout Texas and Louisiana for performances, and see firsthand what it’s like to practice in hotel rooms and drive all those hours.  

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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 #19 What made a 6-hour event work

0 Gavin Chuck

Ensemble Dal Niente put on “The Party” curated by Marino Formenti in Chicago. It was in an open space in the middle of the city and lasted 6 hours. And it worked - for reasons that were unexpected.

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Vlog #11 Two sides of concert-hall etiquette

0 Gavin Chuck

The New York Philharmonic incident in which a cell phone alarm halted a Mahler performance says something about the complications of concert-hall etiquette.

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