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  • Bonn, Germany: Embracing the city and its musical genius

    Bonn, Germany: Embracing the city and its musical genius
    Ever since my mom gave me the complete works of Ludwig van Beethoven — the best birthday present I ever got — I'd wanted to make a pilgrimage to Bonn, the composer's birthplace, to soak up the atmosphere and look for clues to his genius.
  • Anticancer: Why didn't the blueberries work?

    Anticancer: Why didn't the blueberries work?
    French neuroscientist David Servan-Schreiber assumed that anyone picking up his latest and final book, “Not the Last Goodbye,” has one awkward question for him: "So the raspberries and broccoli aren’t enough?” Servan-Schreiber,...

    Israeli musicians plan to break Richard Wagner taboo

    Israeli musicians plan to break Richard Wagner taboo
    A classical music event in Israel is expected to break the country's taboo on performing the music of Richard Wagner, the 19th century German composer and a well-known anti-Semite. The Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported this week that the event,...

    Daniel Barenboim conducts Israeli-Arab orchestra for Pope

    Daniel Barenboim conducts Israeli-Arab orchestra for Pope
    Pope Benedict XVI attended a classical concert Wednesday that doubled as a political event in which the leader of the Catholic Church called for peace in the Middle East. Conductor Daniel Barenboim led members of the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, a...

    On Bruckner, conductors and the mysterious unfinished Ninth

     
    Richard S. Ginell writes about those who conduct Bruckner, and his mysterious, unfinished Ninth Symphony.