Carnegie Mellon School of Music

Community
8:57 am
Sun May 4, 2014

National Aviary to Premiere Flying, Feathered Visual Symphony

The National Aviary in the North Shore is set to premier a visual symphony complete with birds, thanks to a partnership with Carnegie Mellon University’s Fine Arts Program.

The show was created to celebrate International Migratory Bird Day, on May 10th.

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Arts & Culture
9:39 pm
Sat January 25, 2014

CMU School of Music Wants You to Tweet During Sunday's Performance

It seems like social media is starting to touch every part of our lives, and now that includes the concert hall too.

The Carnegie Mellon University School of Music is experimenting with what they’re calling “Tweet Seats” this Sunday. They’re asking some concert-goers not to turn their cell phones off during the Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra’s performance of pieces by Ravel, Mozart, and Beethoven, with guest conductor Ian Hobson.

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