Heifetz Profiles | Christine Lee
Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/HeifetzMusic Follow us on Instagram: @Heifetzmusic Subscribe here: www.youtube.com/channel/UC8sZtJe922N8UIHmWVQmX4g ************ Christine Lee (cello) talks about her experience in being at the Curtis Institute at age 10 and how her age was an advantage.
Cosmic #22 - Commitment, Cultivating Patience, & Being Emotionally Involved - W/ Christine J. Lee
Do you experience things deeply? In a world where opportunities for immediate gratification are everywhere, I wanted to share an interview that will help us take a step back and recall what true commitment looks like, and why it’s worth pursuing in both your personal and professional lives. Christine J. Lee is a very talented cellist who happens to work with social issues and have a very clear idea of the artist’s potential (and responsibility?) to drive impact. We talk about diversity, the power of musical education for valuable life skills, the absolute necessity to be emotionally involved and how harnessing the unspoken world can influence the decisions that shape our society. Needless to say, this was cosmic :) Looking forward to hearing your thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for your continuous support. Dance, do more, be cosmic. Camille. Links related to the discussion: Outliers, the book by Malcolm Gladwell about the 10 0000 hour rule to reach excellence. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Outliers_(book) Thank you to the Thalie Foundation for hosting us, Christine is curating a music program there every month. https://www.fondationthalie.org/fr/ Christine’s bio. https://www.christine-j-lee.com/biography Play on, Philly! provides underserved children in Philadelphia a transformative music education experience that develops and inspires the behaviors and personal skills needed for a successful life (founded by Christine’s friend, mentioned in the interview) http://www.playonphilly.org/ Link to the Spotify Playlist https://open.spotify.com/user/camille.w.duran/playlist/6KqZ5mbuWptdAxOYfp0THn?si=x3220JTeTIC7xf2ucIYv9Q Podcast on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/episode/63PRxtnFpEtMCNEud4EjHF --- About Cosmic Cosmic is a new influencer network dedicated to change agents working with urgent social and environmental issues. We create the environment and experiences for cosmic moments to happen. We help change makers resource themselves, make meaningful connections and best leverage the power of the universe. www.becosmic.org Instagram: @cosmic.change About Camille Duran Camille is a producer, writer, interviewer, campaign & media strategist, entrepreneur, DJ, musician and avid traveler. An activist at heart, he is fascinated by how change happens in society and within people. This quest has become the focal point of his career and recently led to Cosmic, which he founded in December 2018. Camille also runs Green Exchange, a production house dedicated to social and environmental issues. You can find this podcast on your favorite podcast app or on Spotify. Search for "Cosmic" and subscribe. One more thing: you must know a few people who will like this :) It would mean a lot if you could share this podcast with them, drop a review, subscribe... every click helps! Thank you for the support & happy listening. Camille.
Schubert: Sonata for Arpeggione and Piano - 2nd movement (Benjamin Zander - Interpretation Class)
For more classes like this one, please visit the Benjamin Zander Center - https://www.benjaminzander.org/ Christine Lee, cello Dina Vainshtein, piano Interpretations of Music: Lessons for Life with Benjamin Zander Dave Jamrog Audio/Video