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2012 Zermatt Unplugged Music Festival: the Coming of Age

Polished, Professional, yet still Unpretentious Imagine being within the planet’s most jaw-dropping “stage” with a backdrop of some of Switzerland’s highest Alps with altitudes over 4’000 m (13,124 ft) and the iconic...
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Montreux Jazz Festival 2011 – opening week-end

Overview of the fantastic opening week-end The Montreux Jazz Festival takes place in the city of the same name on the border of Lake Geneva in Switzerland. What started in 1967 as a three day festival featuring Charles Lloyd an...
by Dominique Schreckling
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Skill Building Sequence for Choral Ensembles from Dr. Jennifer Miceli

In the Foreword to her very engaging and informative new book, Dr. Jennifer Miceli reveals the many dimensions and unique diversity of her career path and experiences as a professional choral director, music educator, educator ...
by Ellen Gilmer
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iPad – the Musician’s Genie

In a few years from now, people would probably consider the majestic gramophone as a pre-civilization invention, thanks to the colossal onslaught of handheld technology. Portability has become the ‘apple’ of the eye, lean i...
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Amazing Robert Plant and Rodrigo Y Gabriela at Montreux Jazz Festival 2014

Amazing evening at the Montreux Jazz Festival 2014 with Rodrigo Y Gabriela and Robert Plant
by Dominique Schreckling
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The Magic of Zermatt Unplugged

The fifth edition is now history Zermatt, 23rd April 2012 – An awesome festival, a complete success: That was the fifth edition of Zermatt Unplugged. 17,000 visitors experienced outstanding concerts, danced until the early ho...
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Montreux Jazz Festival 2011 – Roundup

45th Montreux Jazz Festival Round up of the 45th edition The Montreux Jazz Festival takes place in the city of the same name on the border of Lake Geneva in Switzerland. What started in 1967 as a three day festival has become t...
by Dominique Schreckling
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Zermatt Unplugged: Great Success for 2013

The 2013 edition from April 9th to 13th was an enormous success with seven sold-out concerts, enthusiastic audiences and an ambitious program of unplugged performances. Among the highlights certainly inclu...
by Dominique Schreckling
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The Day The Music Died – Remembering Ritchie Valens

here are not many musicians who could make it to the list of  ‘Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’, and for someone with a track record of only eight (8) months in the music industry, it could be a mammoth task. Richard St...
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