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Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra . . . and a Profound Lesson

Sometimes I just get lucky. And so I was able, due to a consulting schedule change, to pass through Boston last weekend and accept an invitation to the Boston Philharmonic Annual Fundraising Gala. This is no ordinary city orchestra. The … Continue reading

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The First Rehearsal . . .

“…how absurd human beings are and how magnificent.”  ― Benjamin Zander The other night I had an extraordinary experience.  I sat in on the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra’s first rehearsal for their upcoming performance of Mahler’s 7th Symphony. I am so overwhelmed … Continue reading

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A Great Day

“We change through conversation.” Every once in a while we are blessed with one of those great days. I’m not talking about the weather. I am referring to an interaction with some extraordinary people. You don’t necessarily plan it or … Continue reading

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