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Watch Why Are American Orchestras Afraid Of New Symphonies?
August 13, 2013 – St. Louis Symphony music director David Robertson decodes America's orchestral anxieties.
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Read The American Symphonic Legacy: Not Just For White Guys
August 10, 2013 – Recent developments have opened up the doors to composers who were once lost to history.
Watch Versatile Opera Star, Director, Teacher Regina Resnik Dies at 90
August 9, 2013 – The Bronx native began her career early, then did it all — singing as both a soprano and a mezzo.
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Watch And in This Corner: A Baritone Fights For Opera On The BBC
August 6, 2013 – The celebrated singer Thomas Hampson found himself in a verbal boxing match on a recent talk show.
Read Why Write Symphonies?
Read Songs Of Africa: Beautiful Music With A Violent History
August 3, 2013 – African sacred music combines the songs of oppressed people with the music of their oppressors.
Read Heifetz Up With Piatigorsky On Third
Read 5 American Symphonies You Should Know
Read Creating American Symphonies To Tell 'Distinctly American' Stories
July 30, 2013 – "A composer like me couldn't have existed in Europe 150 years ago," says Mohammed Fairouz.
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