Monthly Archives: January 2012

A Foggy Thought

A Foggy thought about The Role of the Fog in the Creative Process I was on my way from Logan Airport to New Hampshire. The weather was foggy and driving seemed difficult. Luckily enough I was sitting in the back … Continue reading

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Pareto

← Previous part of this post. Ninety Percent is Less Than Halfway (Chinese Proverb) Right after our open rehearsal with The Jerusalem Conservatory Chamber Orchestra and our guests from College for All, the children had some activity with our students … Continue reading

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The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner

“The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner” by Alan Sillitoe Navon Hall was packed last night. The Jerusalem Conservatory Chamber Orchestra was hosting a group of young people who came with their parents to attend an open rehearsal. This activity … Continue reading

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Artist as Agent of Change

To Anna Shapira The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance is one of the smallest academic institutions in Israel. Yet, within five years of its existence, the JAMD Community Outreach Program has twice received The Council of Higher Education Award. … Continue reading

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Happy New Year

Dear Friends 2011 was a very beautiful and busy year. The Book, the Conservatory Chamber Orchestra playing for President Shimon Peres, the videos, the blog… I would like to take a moment and thank the wonderful people who made it … Continue reading

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