Is your orchestra mindful enough?

From the Minnesota Orchestra season roll-out, just in:

The Orchestra also offers a new Musical Mindfulness program (page 8), expanding upon the recently-added Yoga Class at Orchestra Hall series by presenting three guided meditation sessions onstage with an Orchestra musician or small ensemble providing live music at each event. 

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  • Yes. There doesn’t seem to be an orchestra out there that isn’t eager and willing to turn music on its head.

  • More important RE: Minnesota Orchestra and imaginative programming:

    Thursday, June 4, Fri. June 5 2020:
    Osmo Vänskä, conductor. Fei Xie, bassoon.

    Water Atlas

    Bassoon Concerto

    Ciel d’hiver

    Symphony No. 1

    FYI: Vänskä will also conduct Enescu’s 1st symphony in London with the LPO on 28 February 2020.

      • … certainly in comparison with the recently announced Baltimore Symphony Orchestra schedule of concerts. *Yawn*

  • The spread of yoga throughout society is sickening. Everyone overlooks the vile mental conditioning within the system, its Hindu values and lies. Yoga is just a series of postures held for a length of time. You can do that with anything. The rest is all brainwashing. What it really accomplishes is making people even more self-involved and self-righteous.

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