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Ukrainian Music Concert Held in Bomb Shelter
When the prospect of war threatened the viability of the annual international classical Kharkiv Music Fest, organizers were left scrambling. But their ...
Mistakes Teach More Than Success
Success is the unrelenting prize of our culture. We will sacrifice whatever we must to avoid feeling the pain of failure. And when we do fail, our society ...
Renoir Finds Beauty in the Pain
When French impressionist painter Auguste Renoir was confined to his home during the last decade of his life, Henri Matisse was nearly 28 years younger ...
Beauty and Grace Feed the Soul
In his book Culture Care, Makoto Fujimura tells a story of valuing art and beauty:
As a newlywed couple, my wife and I began our journey with very little. ...
Michelangelo Discovers Salvation by Grace Through Faith
Michelangelo, the great Renaissance artist, is known for his statue of David and the incredible Sistine Chapel. But what many don’t know is that ...
During World War II America Air-Dropped Pianos for Troops in Battlefields
You thought pianos dropping from the sky is a gag for cartoons? Then hear this story out. During World War II, all kinds of production involving metals, ...
After Hearing Loss, Music Teacher Chants the Psalms
A beautiful article in the Chicago Tribune told the story of a woman named Rachel Long who died in 2017 at the age of 97. Based on the information in ...
Metropolitan Museum of Art Offers 'Workout' Tour
Maybe you've visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City before—but you've never visited it like this. Right now, the Met is experimenting ...
The Jazz Musician Who Had to Improvise with Disabled Hand
Unless you're a true jazz aficionado you've probably never heard of Horace Parlan who made news headlines recently (February 2017) because the ...
The Painful Beauty of Creativity
The musician, poet, songwriter Leonard Cohen used the following image for the creative process of writing (for teachers, artists, preachers, etc.):