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By Christopher Tiffany, University of Michigan School of Education Young women in the Detroit School of Arts’ 11th and 12th grades recently had the opportunity to participate in Cranbrook’s “Women in Photojournalism” workshop. The Detroit School of Arts (DSA) is a performing and fine art public high school in midtown Detroit that provides, through partnerships […]

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By Abdo Sayegh Rodríguez, TU Dance TU Dance, the acclaimed Minnesota-based dance company led by Toni Pierce-Sands and Uri Sands, returns to the Cowles Center for Dance as part of its 11th annual performance season.  On stage at 8pm on Friday-Saturday, April 17-18, and 2pm on Sunday, April 19th at the Cowles Center in downtown […]

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By Katy Locker, Detroit Program Director for Knight Foundation “We gotta be the change, Detroit!” –Invincible/Complex Movements, from Beware the Dandelions I have just spent the last few weeks promoting the third year of the Knight Arts Challenge Detroit. Each year, Knight Foundation reaches out and invites our Detroit community to tell us their best […]

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer Dichterliebe (A Poet’s Love) is a song cycle by Robert Schumann with lyrics taken from the poems of Heinrich Heine. A peak achievement of the Romantic Movement, the Lieder join poetry and music in an inseparable embrace. The 16 brief poems on which they are based capture the […]

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By Mary Chapman, Detroit-based freelance writer The Knight Arts Challenge Detroit is now accepting applications for the best local ideas for the arts. Here, writer Mary Chapman catches up with past winner Mitch McEwen. Many areas of Detroit, including downtown and Midtown, are flourishing. New eateries and other businesses are opening at a pace unseen in decades. Excitement […]

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By Anita Marron, HSNA Explore the positive impact of PorchRokr on the Highland Square neighborhood, with interviews and music samplings throughout the day. With more than 90 bands and performers playing on residential porches and stages throughout the 8 block festival area, Highland Square Neighborhood rocked 2014. Over 7000 residents turned out to walk their […]

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By Verena Faden, The Miami Film Development Project On Saturday, March 28, the Miami Film Development Project will be presenting as part of it’s Film Education Initiative the award-winning screenwriter, film director and producer Verena Faden at the Coral Gables Art Cinema to lead “The Business of Filmmaking”; a workshop delving into the challenges of […]

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To clap or not to clap

Published on March 25, 2015 by in Miami

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer “How, when and where?” to applaud at a classical music concert is an eternal subject of heated controversy. Everyone has an opinion backed by good reasons, but what do musicians themselves, the younger generation in this case, think? As part of the series Inside the Music, 13 talented […]

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By Conductor Jacomo Bairos, Nu Deco Ensemble What will live symphonic music look like in the future? What are the trends in the music world that will eventually find their way onto the classical stage? Can a classically-trained group influence the popular music world? These were questions my friend Sam Hyken and I asked ourselves […]

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By Jacomo Bairos, Nu Deco Ensemble What will live symphonic music look like in the future?   What are the trends in the music world that will eventually find their way onto the classical stage?   Can a classically-trained group influence the popular music world?   These were questions my friend Sam Hyken and I […]

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