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EIF 2014: Czech Philharmonic Orchestra/Jiří Bělohlávek

This summer, I had the chance to attend six wonderfully varied concerts at the Edinburgh International Festival (EIF). This exposure to a large volume of new music was really eye-opening and has introduced me to some new composers and masterpieces that were previously unknown to me. 565 more words


Prom 51: A missed opportunity to unlock the power of classical music


For a Prom aimed at those experiencing classical music for the first time, this season’s Free Prom had an odd programme. Dvorak’s Slavonic Dances and Grieg’s Piano Concerto in the first half were accessible pieces that are typically played for first timers. 68 more words

Classical Reviews

Full Philippine Premiere of Dvorak's Rusalka at Cultural Center of the Philippines and UP College of Music

The University of the Philippines College of Music will bring to life Antonin Dvorak’s heart-rending lyric fairy tale opera Rusalka on 11 and 12 September, 7:30pm at the Cultural Center of the Philippines Little Theater, Pasay City, and on 23 and 24 September, 6:30pm at the Abelardo Hall Auditorium, Quezon City. 333 more words

Dvorak Keyboard

Selamat malam pembaca yang budiman… *eaaa…. :D

Kali ini saya akan berbagi pengalaman saya tentang dvorak keyboard. Apa itu Dvorak keyboard? makanan apa itu? bukan, ini bukan tentang makanan. 374 more words


Good Bye Colemak... It's Been Fun

My journey with Colemak has come to an end. I know I have debated about its merits and flaws on quite a few posts, but I do feel its time to move on to something better for me in the long run. 663 more words

In the Indies: Music and a Historical Narrative

(I presented a modified version of this lecture-recital to a group of fellow amateur pianists in Long Beach, California, United States, in February 2014. The video links are integral to the programme and it is suggested that they be watched in sequence while reading the lecture.) 959 more words

Blog Entries

Czech music! Why don't you listen and learn with us?

Many of us have heard the names of those very famous composers, Smetana and Dvorak but do you know who came before them, and who followed? 46 more words

Adult Education