Mary Javian

Creatively Speaking
6:02 pm
Mon December 8, 2014

Curtis Grads Giving a Year of Service to the Philadelphia Community

The Bok Trio in a very open rehearsal at a Curtis open house. A very open rehearsal is a format that teaching artists use to let audiences into the rehearsal process. The artists use reactions from the audience to inform their interpretation of the piece.

The Franklin Project is a new, national initiative aiming to set up a year of service as a rite of passage for America’s young adults in a variety of fields. As WRTI’s Susan Lewis reports, the Curtis Institute of Music joined the initiative with the launching of the first ArtistYear Fellowship Program, a pilot program with three recent graduates who dedicate a year of service to the Greater Philadelphia community - with the goal of becoming professional artist citizens.

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Where Music Lives
8:13 am
Mon November 4, 2013

Classical Music Up Close in West Philadelphia

Cellist Gabriel Cabezas performs with LiveConnections' ClassicAlive series on February 2, 2014

Music lives in West Philadelphia, where diverse audiences experience classical music and more in an  intimate setting. WRTI’s Susan Lewis investigates LiveConnections, which conducts programs at World Café Live. 

Let us know Where Music Lives in your community! Add your ideas in the comments section here and check out our other Where Music Lives posts.

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