Tag: classical

Featured Artist Update: Jinhee Han

Habitat: Home New York City premiered one year ago this fall. What are Habitat: Home artists up to now? Featured Artist Update from: Jinhee Han, Composer I can’t believe it’s already been a year since I’ve joined in the Habitat: Home Community, which encouraged me to think about where I am, and to inspire me … Read More

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Jazz Is Built for Protests. Jon Batiste Is Taking It to the Streets.

Via The New York Times.  Jazz Is Built for Protests. Jon Batiste Is Taking It to the Streets. The pianist and “Late Show” bandleader has been bringing musical wake-up calls to events across New York. By Alan Scherstuhl, June 24, 2020 Jon Batiste, the jazz pianist and “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” bandleader, has spent … Read More

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Smashing the Status Quo of Classical Music

Via Rewire.  Smashing the Status Quo of Classical Music A conversation with radio host and musician Garrett McQueen of the ‘Trilloquy’ podcast by James Napoli When Garrett McQueen, a 33-year-old native of Memphis, Tennessee, first moved to Minnesota for a job as a national host and producer at the country’s largest classical music service, he found himself spending long … Read More

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New York: “Sing for Joy and Liberation” by Inspire: A Choir for Unity

General Admission: $10-$40 Ticket sales support Inspire and Sadie Nash Leadership Project This concert celebrates the strength and power of young women to become agents for change in their lives and in the world. Join us as we sing for Joy, Justice, Love, and Liberation. In partnership with and in support of Sadie Nash Leadership Project.

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Featured Artist: Jinhee Han

Jinhee Han, Composer Award-winning musician, Jinhee Han, started playing the piano at age 4 and composing in her late teens. Han’s promising musical gift earned her fulltime scholarships for both her bachelor and masters degrees in music composition and graduated with Cum Laude at HanYang University in Seoul, Korea. After, She earned Professional Study Diploma … Read More

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Take Me Home

In August of 2014, ISIS invaded the small city of Sinjar (Kurdish: Şingal),‬ beheading five thousand men in front of their families. In the surrounding villages, many residents fled immediately. Most victims from the massacre have subsisted in temporarily-made refugee camps since that time. And, many children now exhibit symptoms of aphasia (inability to speak) … Read More

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