Written by Stephen J. TrygarCover Photo by Lopez Robin on Unsplash Throughout history, there are certain events, people, cultures, and organizations that have such radical and intriguing artistic…
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On July 6/18, 1877, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky stood before Antonina Ivanovna Milyukova in St. George's Church in Moscow, Russia. Today was his wedding day, and his brother Anatoli and former lover Iosif Kotek were there to share the moment. In this moment, standing before his future wife, he certainly must have begun regretting proposing to her, because just days into his marriage, he began seeking ways to free him of this grave mistake and release himself from her clutches.
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Enjoy the art you enjoy and dislike the art that you don't enjoy. Art is just too subjective to fight over.
When I first began setting out on my journey as a professional musician, I had been playing trumpet for several years, but I had grown to love and appreciate singing and the vocal arts. Fast-forward nearly ten years later, and I find myself working with a Master of Music in Music History degree and working in administration at the Academy of Vocal Arts.
It is with great pleasure that I get to introduce you to a dear friend of mine, Heather Kani! Heather is a music teacher at Anne Frank Elementary School here in Philadelphia. She teaches General Music to students in grades Kindergarten through 5th grade and Choir to 4th and 5th grades.
It's that time of the year again! With Christmas just a few days away, we often recounting stories we heard as children and plays, ballets, and other shows we may have witnessed. For me, Christmas has always been filled with reading stories by the fireplace in the living room, going to concerts of Christmas carols and festive music, and going to the theater to see a show. However, somehow the shows performed at Christmastime seem to always be the same. While I'm one for tradition and nostalgia, I can't help but think about all the wonderful theatrical works that would add a wonderful variety to the season.