Author: Bruce Adolphe

Bruce Adolphe

Composer, author, educator, and pianist, Bruce Adolphe has earned a national reputation as a leading figure in the field of music education and audience development. A prolific author, Bruce has written three books about the art of performing, composing, and listening to music, and he has appeared on nationally televised Live from Lincoln Center broadcasts. He has been featured weekly on public radio's Performance Today for 15 years.

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Musicians for Human Rights

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Our world faces a huge refugee crisis, constant war and violence, extreme poverty and an increasingly damaged environment. Musicians for Human Rights asks, “What are the opportunities and responsibilities of musicians in the 21st century?”

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New York Youth Symphony

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The New York Youth Symphony not only offers New Yorkers three annual Carnegie Hall concerts where they can hear a world-class youth orchestra led by the brilliant young conductor Joshua Gersen, but it also offers superb programs in chamber music, jazz, composition and conducting.

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