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Tag: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Brian-Cox

Composing for the Stage: The Rise of Musical Biodramas

As the curtains rise on Oliver Cotton’s “The Score”, the theatric world once again finds itself enthralled by the tales of legendary composers. Bach’s faceoff with Frederick II joins the list of plays spotlighting the lives of musical masters, revealing the rich tapestry of stories waiting to be retold.

Mother placing piano with her child

The Magic of Mozart and Bach: Why Kids Should Tune Into Classical Music

Have you ever noticed the hypnotic trance kids go into when they hear the twinkling intro of a popular cartoon theme? Imagine if we could harness this rapt attention for something timeless and profound, like the symphonies of Mozart or the concertos of Bach. Far from a stuffy old relic, classical music could be a catalyst for our children’s cognitive and creative development.