Tag Archives: classical music

Schiller Institute Presidents’ Day Conference – Panels I, II & III

The Schiller Institute held the first U.S. national conference in over fifteen years on President’s Day weekend, yielding a tremendous success in respects to the quality of presentations and the participation by supporters around the world attending the conference. The … Continue reading

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LaRouchePAC Fireside Chat – Moving the World Forward

  A slowly emerging wave of recognition is gathering internationally as to the significance of Lyndon LaRouche who died last week at the age of 96. The canned obits written by his hysterical opponents in London, Washington, and New York … Continue reading

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The Fruits of Lyndon LaRouche’s Passion and Dedication are Everywhere Around Us

Lyndon LaRouche in discussion with some of his closest collaborators, during a LaRouchePAC LIVE broadcast on YouTube. August 10, 2015 (LaRouchePAC)   Among the statements of support and condolence coming in from around the world to his wife Helga and … Continue reading

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Does the United States Need a Beautiful Culture?

Megan Beets addresses today’s meeting to discuss the most overlooked, but essential aspect of Lyndon LaRouche’s discovery in economics: the role of beauty and culture. To say the United States’ culture (not to mention most of Europe’s) stinks, is an … Continue reading

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Class #4—The Music of Creativity

  Broadcast LIVE at 2pm EDT on March 17. This class will be taught by John Sigerson, music director of the Schiller Institute, and will focus on those aspects of human social relations which make it possible for the human species … Continue reading

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Symposium – The Aesthetic Education of Humanity Through Music

On June 30, 2017, singers, teachers and other lovers of wisdom gathered in the New York Public Library’s Bruno Walter Auditorium at Lincoln Center, for a symposium which explored the indispensable role of classical music and beauty in society, the … Continue reading

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Fireside Chat – Reviving Classical Culture to Unite Russia, China and the US—July 6, 2017

Join us tonight for a discussion with John Sigerson, director of the Schiller Institute NYC Chorus, along with Kesha Rogers and Bill Roberts of the LaRouchePAC Policy Committee. Humanity stands at a great cross-roads and the turbulence of the transition … Continue reading

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