Madeline’s Blog Articles

Dr. Lisa M. Wong, Medical Doctor, Musician, Teacher, Arts Education Advocate: Madeline’s Monthly Article & Musical Tips Blog for July 2018

Our Radio Show and blog celebrates the extraordinary life and work of Dr. Lisa M. Wong, medical doctor, musician, teacher, author, wife, mother, and “passionate arts education advocate”. Many of the world’s scientists, medical doctors, chemists, mathematicians, writers, and teachers have studied and played musical instruments since

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Dr. Mark Almond, Medical Doctor and Musician: Madeline’s Monthly Musical Tips Blog/Article for June 2018

Our blog and Radio Show celebrates the life and work of Dr. Mark Almond, medical doctor, musician, and teacher. Many of the world’s scientists, medical doctors, mathematicians, writers, and teachers have studied and played musical instruments since they were children. These eminent individuals have integrated music into

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Dr. Burton Fine, Chemist and Musician: Madeline’s Monthly Musical Tips Blog/Article for May 2018

Dr. Burton Fine, Chemist and Musician: Madeline’s Monthly Musical Tips Blog/Article for May 2018 Our Radio Show and blog celebrates the extraordinary life and work of Dr. Burton Fine, Chemist, musician, teacher, husband, and father. Many of the world’s scientists, medical doctors,chemists, mathematicians, writers, and teachers have

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Emily Dickinson, Poet, and Musician: Madeline’s Monthly Musical Tips Blog/Article for April 2018

Our blog and Radio Show celebrates the extraordinary life of Emily Dickinson, poet and musician. Included is an article on using music to improve academic skills. Our article of the month is “First Watch Is First Class” by Madeline Frank, Ph.D., DTM. Radio Show Feature Question for

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Jan Zabinski and Antonina Zabinski, Holocaust Rescue Heroes, teachers, authors, Zookeepers, & Musicians: Madeline’s Monthly Tips Blog/Article for March 2018

Our Radio Show and blog celebrate the extraordinary life and work of Jan Zabinski and Antonina Zabinska, Holocaust Rescue Heroes of WWII, teachers, authors, zookeepers, and musicians. Included are three articles on the power of classical music for education and healing. Our article of the month is “Home

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Maurice Levine, American Conductor, Teacher, Producer, Director, Writer for Television and Theater: Madeline’s Monthly Musical Tips Blog/Article for February 2018

Our Radio Show and blog celebrates the life of Maurice Levine, American Conductor, teacher, arranger, producer, director, writer for television and the theater. Also included is a video and article on how a conductor and his orchestra teach teamwork to executives . Our article of the month

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Remembering Vincent La Selva, American Conductor, and Teacher: Madeline’s Monthly Musical Tips Blog/Article for January 2018

Our New Year’s blog and radio show celebrates the extraordinary life and work of Maestro Vincent La Selva, award winning Opera and Orchestra Conductor and teacher for over 45 years at the Juilliard School. Included is a news video on a gifted high school senior, Trumpeter Potter

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One Minute Radio Show: 2018

Radio Show Feature Question for July 2018: How does classical music play a part of Dr. Lisa M. Wong’s life as a medical doctor, musician, teacher, author and “arts education advocate” and what musical instruments does she play? Radio Show Feature Question for June 2018: How does classical music

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Dr. Ilya Prigogine, Nobel Prize winner, Chemist, Professor, and Musician: Madeline’s Monthly Musical Tips Blog/Article for December 2017

Our blog and Radio show celebrates the life and work of Dr. Ilya Prigogine, Nobel Prize winner, Chemist, Professor, and musician. Included are two articles on the power of classical music for education and healing. Remember to start your Holiday season by listening to Classical and Baroque

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Dr. Emmy Noether, Mathematician, Professor, and Musician: Madeline’s Monthly Musical Tips Blog/Article for November 2017

Our blog and Radio show for November 2017 celebrates the life and work of unsung hero, Dr. Amalie Emmy Noether mathematician, professor, and musician. Classical music has the power to motivate, inspire, educate and soothe pain. No one is immune from the power of music. Also included is an

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