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Archive for December, 2011

An Update to Families, Arts and Children

Anna Pavlova as The Dying Swan (Photo: Public Domain)

The Pavlova Effect: An Argument for Equal Access to Arts Education

Michelle Van Doeren, a teaching artist at Pittsburgh’s School for Creative and Performing Arts, makes an argument for why our public education system needs to support arts education. This piece comes as an update to our issue, Vol. 1, No. 1: Arts, Families and Children.

Vol 1, No. 2: Chamber Music

A Performance by the chamber music trio, Chatham Baroque (photo credit: Chatham Baroque)

We are delighted to explore chamber music in this issue. Here we are less looking at the nuances of composers and more the role that chamber music has played and can continue to play in our lives — as music performed in public spaces, as music presented in concert, and finally as music that we  bring to life in our own homes. Join The Muse Dialogue for the second issue of our inaugural year: Chamber Music.


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