Music for Food Winter Preview

By Robert Cinnante Music for Food said goodbye to 2014 with a strong finish, having presented 28 events nationwide to benefit 20 hunger relief organizations, helping to provide more than 50,000 meals to those in need. 2015 kicks off with four events planned over the next month in the Greater Boston area. Here’s a preview of … Continue reading Music for Food Winter Preview

Why I’m Confident About the Bright Future of Music – Part 3

In the final part of this intriguing series, NEC President Tony Woodcock concludes his musings on what he calls the "bright future" of music.  Some troubled orchestras are emerging from their tribulations persuaded that they must become indispensable in their communities.  It is gratifying to see that a number of symphony orchestras that endured wrenching upheavals are … Continue reading Why I’m Confident About the Bright Future of Music – Part 3

Why I’m Confident About the Bright Future of Music – Part 2

In Part 1, NEC President Tony Woodcock explained his optimism for the future of music by listing several inspiring examples of individuals and organizations. This week, he continues that list in part 2.  Music is a healing art. My friend Peter Renshaw of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London has written powerfully about … Continue reading Why I’m Confident About the Bright Future of Music – Part 2