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The Beethoven Project – Part 6

Now you know my whole idea for the Beethoven Project. Next, I will address some practical concerns: #1 How do we fund The Beethoven Project in a world where cuts are being made right and left?  Parents could afford, in … Continue reading

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The Beethoven Project – Part 5

Day One I told you how I fell in love. Day Two, I described my vision for The Beethoven Project beginning at a school. Day Three, you learned about Finale 1, the football field “show” and Day Four about the … Continue reading

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The Beethoven Project – Part 4

Day One I told you how I feel in love with classical music. Day Two I told you how I imagined the school children becoming immersed in Beethoven as The Beethoven Project begins. Day Three, I described Finale 1, where … Continue reading

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The Beethoven Project – Part 3

Day One I described how I fell in love with music myself and Day Two I began to describe the way I envision children becoming excited by it as well. So now, as I promised, I will tell you about … Continue reading

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The Beethoven Project – Part 2

Yesterday I told you I have a brand new idea of how to help people fall in love with classical music and described how I, myself fell into it. My theory is that repetitive listening to one piece is how … Continue reading

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The Beethoven Project – Part 1

By Sue Mutter: I have a brand new idea for outreach – a completely different kind of vision, one that I believe could cause exponential growth in the number of classical music lovers in Detroit and surrounding areas. I only … Continue reading

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