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How Does One of the Most Famous Composers of the Late 1700s Just Disappear from History?

How Does One of the Most Famous Composers of the Late 1700s Just Disappear from History?

Explore the life of Joseph Bologne, the Chevalier de Saint-Georges, a prominent 18th-century musician, fencer, and revolutionary, whose legacy was nearly lost to history.

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04/25/2023
A Playlist to Honor Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Legacy

A Playlist to Honor Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Legacy

This article explores the significant role of music in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and presents various compositions that honor his legacy and the causes he championed.

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01/16/2023
WATCH | Beethoven’s Only Opera Recreated With Deaf West Theatre

WATCH | Beethoven’s Only Opera Recreated With Deaf West Theatre

Discover how Deaf West Theatre and LA Phil transformed Beethoven's Fidelio into a unique experience for both Deaf and hearing audiences. Explore more on our YouTube channel.

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11/21/2022
Classical California Ultimate Playlist: Selections From Our Open Ears Series

Classical California Ultimate Playlist: Selections From Our Open Ears Series

Explore the Classical California Ultimate Playlist curated by KUSC's Jeffrey Freymann, featuring works by Eva Jessye, Julius Eastman, Undine Smith Moore, María Luisa Anido, and Margaret Bonds.

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08/19/2022
8 Native American Composers to Add to Your Playlist

8 Native American Composers to Add to Your Playlist

Explore the works of 8 notable Native American composers, from Louis W. Ballard to Raven Chacon, who have significantly contributed to classical and experimental music.

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11/23/2021
Caroline Shaw: Re-Imagining the Potential of the Human Voice

Caroline Shaw: Re-Imagining the Potential of the Human Voice

Celebrating the Classical California Ultimate Playlist, this article highlights the talents of Caroline Shaw, a NYC-based violinist, singer, and Pulitzer Prize-winning composer known for her unique vocal compositions.

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09/13/2021