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The New Classical 96.3 FM’s Pet of the Week – Diego

Meet Diego, a big handsome boy who has a whole world of potential ahead of him! What would make Diego happy? That would be an experienced owner who can help him be at his very best and get him out … read more

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Spotlight On: Nouveau Classical Project

Photo Credit: Tuan Bui   The Nouveau Classical Project (NCP) is a musical group that presents classical and new music to emerge a diverse range of different audiences. They consist of 6 members: NCP is “A hybrid production hub and … read more

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Google Glass and Classical Music

Google Glass is a set of eye wear developed by Google that allows you to take videos, pictures and view other type of media all through the glasses on your face. You can send messages using your voice only and … read more

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Holiday Hope Fund

You can make a difference this Holiday Season by donating to The New Classical 96.3 FM’s 5th Annual Holiday Hope Fund in support of The Scott Mission. You can help men, women and children by providing, food, clothing, shelter and … read more

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Graphic Notation

VIDEO: A new way to look at scores and compositions. Would you be interested in having one of these notations to learn from? These new graphic scores could be the future of classical music. Many conductors and musicians have already … read more

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Classical Music Flourishes Where It Was Once Prohibited

Classical music in China is growing steadily and becoming increasingly more popular. If you know about the ban on Western Classical music in China in the late 60′s, then this may come as a surprise to you. Above: Students from … read more

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Classical Music In The Digital Age

Photo of a musician using the Cleartone Chromatic Tuner app. Courtesy stltoday.com Increasingly, there is a concern that classical music is dying out. In a world where most people are too consumed by technology to even think about classical music … read more

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Is The Face Of Classical Music Changing?

Trumpet Soloist, Alison Balsom Photo courtesy of last.fm It is a well-known fact that in most of the music industry today, there are certain standards of “beauty” and the way someone looks. If a musician is “good-looking” it is assumed … read more

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Spotlight On Kelly Hall-Tompkins

*Photos courtesy of kellyhall-tompkins.com Kelly Hall-Tompkins is one of New York City’s most in-demand violinists, who was influenced by the sounds of Bach in church and the classical pieces from her childhood often played on her favourite Saturday morning cartoons! … read more

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Dance And Bach

Lara St. John is a Canadian-born violinist who likes to create new interpretations of classical music. She picked up a violin at the age of 2 and has stuck with it ever since. She created a fun video with dancer/fiddler … read more

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