link roundup

Link roundup is a weekly list of fun, weird, and just plain interesting things that you might not have seen before, from all corners of the classical music internet.

High Art Project

Daring feats, hilarious pranks, and music for cats -- what more could you want from a link roundup? Well, spoiler alert, there's more in this one. Ready? Let's go!

Sliced Cheese on Brown Table Top
NastyaSensei, via Pexels.com

...but which type of music made cheese the tastiest? Also, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra's perfect proposal, a Magic Flute video game, and a plan for classical music without patriarchy.

Visit the Met's new musical instrument exhibit, hear the Choir With No Name, take violin lessons from Nicola Benedetti, and more -- all in this week's link roundup.

Pianist Lang Lang on BBC The One Show
BBC The One Show

We're back with another link roundup! Lang Lang visits a BBC talk show, Pete Townshend writes an opera, and a newly-rediscovered Elgar piece is played for the first time in 100 years.

The internet loves a child prodigy. That story and more -- like a techno Magic Flute, a tale of a fake orchestra, and a violin made of driftwood -- in this week's link roundup!

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