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John Gibbons holds a Ph.D. in music composition from the University of Chicago. He teaches music appreciation classes at the Universality of Chicago’s Graham School and at Newberry Library. He also offers private piano lessons in the Chicago area.

Bonnie Gibbons is a web site developer and SEO with a background in classical music. She might be persuaded to teach a few cello lessons in the Chicago area.

Deryck Cooke’s historic analysis of Mahler 10

Deryck Cooke’s historic analysis of Mahler 10

Via Norman Lebrecht's Slipped Disc blog,  Deryck Cooke discusses his performing edition of the 10th Symphony, left unfinished by Mahler and completed by Cooke.

It's almost two hours of discussion and played excerpts, and well worth it.

Revealed: The 8 Operas That Changed the World

Revealed: The 8 Operas That Changed the World

Director Patrice Chereau Dead at 68

Director Patrice Chereau Dead at 68