Yearly Archives: 2013

Concert Review: Trumpet Brilliance, Symphonic Favorite

Guest post by McLaren Harris There wasn’t much question about which work on the Orchestra of Indian Hill program of Saturday, November 16, was the most popular and most anticipated.  Of the three works by Brahms, Benjamin Britten and Henri

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Music Transforming Lives: Guest Post by Greg Passler

As a guitar teacher, it’s very gratifying to see when music really takes hold in a student, growing into a huge part of their life. Any beginning student who prepares a piece and executes a successful recital performance is transformed

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Bruce, Beethoven, and a Blast from the Past: Guest Post by Susan Randazzo

I’ve been around here since the Orchestra of Indian Hill was founded, and played cello in almost every concert since.  Back in April of 1997, I was also the Director of Performance – the General Manager of the Orchestra and

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Music Transforming Lives: Michael Regner

We believe that the power of music can transform any life, which is probably why, if you look around the school, you can see the huge diversity among our students. From babies to seniors, beginners to aspiring professionals, jazz singers

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6 Tips to Reduce Stage Fright

It seems early to start thinking about recital season, but some of us are already getting ready to head on stage – and getting nervous about it. Stage fright is something that affects most musicians and students, and for some

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