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A Guitjo And A Cello Make “Acoustic Eidolon”

  What do a “Guitjo” and a cello have in common, answer… everything. The combination of the two instruments makes for beautiful music. Joe Scott and Hannah Alkire are husband and wife and have been touring this country and others for 20-years as Acoustic Eidolon.  Scott is the only one in the world that he knows Read more…

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Old Lyme’s “Musical Masterworks”

Do you love chamber music? Well then you need to know about “Musical Masterworks” now in its 25th year in Old Lyme, Connecticut. Performances are set inside the First Congregational Church in town where the classics echo inside a church which was founded in 1665. President, Alden Murphy and Artistic Director, Edward Arron came on Read more…

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Eric Jacobsen Is “Conducting” Beautiful Music

Eric Jacobsen, a Long Island native, is the brand new conductor at the Greater Bridgeport Symphony Orchestra. The 32-year old went to Julliard, is an accomplished cellist and conducts around the world with famed cellist Yo-Yo Ma with his Silk Road Ensemble. The Los Angeles Times describes Jacobsen as a man helping to ensure “the future of Read more…

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“Lab Candy” Brings Girls To A World Of Science

Olive Pavco Giaccia, a junior at Yale University, is studying Neurobiology…she loves science and wants young girls to embrace it too. As a kid in high school interning in a California lab,and being the only woman in the group, she started blogging about science and one day put up a photo of some bedazzled goggles..and Read more…

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