• photo blog icon 24px | There was a sold-out crowd at the NYO-USA concert at Carnegie Hall last July. By all accounts, the two-hour event was a resounding success. But what did it take to get the Hall ready? Here’s a rare look behind the scenes.
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    • GLASSES blog | For Martin Cullingford, Carnegie Hall’s 125th anniversary gala will catch something vital and important about the hall itself.
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    • Andrew Parthum
      photo blog icon 24px | Andrew Parthum—the winner of a Stanley Chow custom portrait—takes a selfie with his new framed masterpiece.
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    • GLASSES blog | April 30, 2016, marks the centenary of the birth of the legendary American conductor and choral director Robert Shaw. To mark this occasion, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, and Music Director Robert Spano will perform Brahms’s Ein deutsches Requiem and Zohar by Jonathan Leshnoff.
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    • GLASSES blog | Throughout the spring, Ensemble ACJW has been presenting a series of three concerts at National Sawdust, one of New York City’s most cutting-edge new music venues. ACJW violin fellow Siwoo Kim reflects on the process of creating the program for “Turning Point,” the second concert in the series—taking place on May 3—which features Schoenberg’s Chamber Symphony (in Webern’s small ensemble arrangement), as well as pieces influenced by his revolutionary ideas.
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