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New Enthusiasm for Eurythmy: Gabrielle Armenier Moves to Illuminate the Human Experience and Creative Process  

Eurythmy produces a performing experience unlike many others; it lures you in to new shores, perhaps a bit like the song of the sirens once captured Odysseus.

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Metropolitan Museum of Art: Musical Instrument Galleries Reopen

phillip ii virginal metropolitan museum of art

Among the fascinating objects associated with major artists and historical figures are a narwhal-tusk flute made for Frederick the Great, a 16th-century Amati violin made for the marriage of Philip II, guitars owned by Segovia, and a clarinet that belonged to Benny Goodman.

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Interview: Nina Kotova and Barrett Wissman Unveil W Preserve, A Refuge for Musicians, Artists and Dreamers

Nina Kotova and Barrett Wissman

W Preserve is the creation of Barrett Wissman, philanthropist, impresario, Chairman of IMG Artists, and Nina Kotova, internationally renowned cellist and composer.

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Adobe MAX: Hands On with Immersive Technology – AR, VR, ‘Dunkirk’ and Story

Adobe MAX

AR and VR were hot topics at this year’s Adobe MAX, last month in Las Vegas. The session “Step Into The Story: A Look Into New Immersive Technology” combined insights from pioneers in the field and a chance to experience AR/VR editing.

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Adobe MAX: Exploring Creativity in Images, Music, Design, and Film

Adobe Max

Adobe Software's annual conclave asked: What is creativity? How do you make it happen? To explore the nature of creativity, Adobe brought to the stage a photographer, a musician, a sculptor/designer, and a filmmaker.

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