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Martin Luther King

Martin Luther King Jr.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was announced as the “moral leader of our nation” on August 23, 1963.  Watch his speech below. 52 years later we still need to listen to this speech, believe in his ideas, and, most importantly, act out those ideas of equality, forgiveness, and love.

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A Must Read ~ “Band on the Brink”

This past Sunday, Nate Rau of the Tennessean wrote a piece profiling the two man group The New Dylans. This profile covers a year in this bands life after an 18-year hiatus. Can a band resurrect itself in Music City? What does the “Music Industry” and “Music City” even signify in the world of streaming, globalization, […]

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Listening to Classical Music

How to Listen to Classical Music ~ From Open Yale Courses

Hello 2015! It’s time to ride the wave of excitement, hope, and perseverance that inspire resolutions! One resolution could be to learn a bit more. Maybe, say, watch the free lectures that are offered from Yale’s “Open Yale Lectures”. Perhaps, you didn’t finish college. Maybe, you never paid attention to your required “Music Appreciation Course”. Well, […]

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Christmas Carol 2014

For the last twenty years or so, it’s been the Linton family custom to write a new carol during Advent and sing it together on Christmas Eve.  Sometimes the texts are new (as in the case last year’s carol, “Winter’s Song” with a text by Joseph Bottum) but more frequently they are settings of old, […]

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Jason Paul Peterson at Carnegie Hall

Carmina Catulli pianist, Jason Paul Peterson, will be giving a concert of all Swiss piano works this upcoming February. The tickets are on sale now and can be purchased from the Carnegie Hall website. From the Carnegie Hall website, “pianist Jason Paul Peterson performs a program devoted to masterworks of the Swiss piano literature. These rarely performed pieces […]

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The Kind Shall Come

Christmas Music

Check out all our Christmas music from our catalogue, which includes new pieces such as “The King Shall Come” and a beautiful new arrangement of old standards like “O Come, All Ye Faithful“. Right now you can purchase the Cantata No.2 and the Carmina Catulli for the price of one when you enter the code […]

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Intersection ~ New Contemporary Music Ensemble

Classical Music is facing a crisis. Yes! I know you have heard this before, and I can feel your eyes rolling towards the ceiling in annoyance. But, there is good news! People are fighting back and trying to create new ensembles for new music. Conductor, Kelly Corcoran has a vision for a new contemporary music […]

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