Why The World Has Problems With Women Musicians?

Any new music or new message has problems with reception. Bach, Mozart, and Beethoven all had problems with reception. Even Jesus had problems with reception in his own hometown. Women in particular, though, have problems with reception in music. Lucy Green, music education philosopher and author of Music, Gender, Education, … [Read More...]

Publicity Manager, The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center seeks a creative, high energy Public Relations Manager, with proven success achieving consistent high visibility for a classical arts or other not-for-profit institution, in both main stream and classical arts media across all platforms, to design and execute all public relations … [Read More...]

Donald Trump, The Opera?

Donald Trump is the undisputed hero of this comic opera in three acts. “Comic” does not here mean superficial or laugh-out-loud hilarious: as Rossini so superbly demonstrated in “The Barber of Seville”, comic opera combines a sophisticated analysis of human interactions with a light touch. Foreign policy offers … [Read More...]

‘Growing Up Kurt Cobain’ exhibition opens in Ireland

Kurt Cobain and Nirvana fans packed the Museum of Style Icons in Newbridge Ireland yesterday (July 17th), some in tears and some laughing, overwhelmed to meet his daughter, Frances Bean Cobain, his sister, Kim and mother Wendy who arrived to open the exhibition of Kurt’s personal items, never … [Read More...]

How Blockchain Is Subverting Censorship In China

The anonymous activists sent themselves zero Ether on the platform and embedded the text of Yue’s open letter in the transaction’s metadata. Transactions on blockchain are irreversible, so the information cannot be altered. Furthermore, transactions generate distributed copies of themselves within the network, which ensured that Yue’s letter would be … [Read More...]