PYCh Presents Miami String Quartet, OtH 2015

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Recognized as one of the best in the country, Miami String Quartet has toured extensively throughout Europe and all across the United States, and this summer we are happy to announce that they will be joining us in our Off the Hook Music Festival! Currently residing at the Hugh A. Glauser School of Music, a… 

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Chamber Music America Summer Magazine Article

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What an honor! PYCh’s first national press article which continues to herald good news and continued growth for us. The In-School and After School programs, bringing more opportunity for students to meet peers with like interests and grow as musicians, are thriving! We continue to bring great artists to Northern Colorado, augmenting the cultural diversity of our Arts community…. 

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Is it just chamber music or is it math?

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This new article by Kerry Klein in Science journal sheds new light on the beauty and imperfection of ‘human’ music making versus computer generated music. Revealing fascinating evidence that, “musicians playing a duet don’t just make beautiful music—they make beautiful math.” Klein’s study states that ‘duetting’ musicians are linked not only by their rhythmic imperfections… 

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Mozart’s Clever Clues: did he do it??

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What a great time we had on Tuesday night with the dramatic retelling of Mozart’s Piano Quartet in g minor by Bruce Adolphe. He led us through the first movement as a criminal murder trial, following the opening motif throughout. We learned how Mozart geniously takes this famous opening that I’ve always known as, “Answer the telephone” or… 

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