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When it comes to cellist Maya Beiser, the surface comparisons to Zoe Keating are probably unavoidable, but the approach to the intersection of cello and technology by way of different backgrounds, techniques and inspiration makes them entirely unique. Enjoy! Happy … Continue reading
I adore TED.com for its collection of jaw-droppingly inspirational presentations from speakers, innovators and performers. Can’t think of a better way to start off my weekend of practicing orchestra pieces than with this amazing reminder of how wonderful playing with … Continue reading