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New England Conservatory's Entrepreneurial Musicianship program gives students the extra-musical skills they need to broaden their artistic horizons. 


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Recent graduates of the Harvard/New England Conservatory dual degree program launch an interdisciplinary performance series. Support their Kickstarter campaign via this link:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/567505208/project-lens-our-first-season

 


Launched October 6th, the Cadenza App provides musicians with accompaniment that follows them in real time! Get it for iPad:

https://itunes.apple.com/app/id791155298


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Ensembles and individuals of varying genres take over Boston on the summer solstice. 


The trailblazing classic rock band Break of Reality performs a cello cover of "Let Her Go" by Passenger on their tour bus. 


Chicago-based Fifth House Ensemble leads a music and poetry workshop at a local high school. 


Credo Music is a collection of musicians who follow three core principles: developing their gift of music, acknowledging God as the source of the gift, and responding in service to others.  Credo has been going for 16 summers, and just recently completed the year's programming, which included week-long programs in Chicago, Texas, Los Angeles, and Sydney Australia, as well as the 3-week flagship program at Oberlin Conservatory.  Credo alumni have gone on to serve others with their art and being in tsunami relief in Japan, earthquake relief in Haiti, and numerous other projects.  And they also have a great time making music together!  For further information on Credo, visit credo-music.org.


An outreach-oriented chamber ensemble describes the mission of their upcoming trip to Costa Rica.


Cadenza Artists sponsors Voices Against Bullying.


A diverse music department puts on an All-Night Music Festival.


An innovative program gives music students the skills they need to succeed. 



A Boston-based organization combines classical music and house parties.  


The renowned radio show "From the Top" features a teen cello quartet performing arrangements of Japanese film music in Seattle.