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American Conservatory of Music announces the availability of a High Resolution 5.1 Surround and Stereo Audio Re-issue in the Super Audio Compact Disc (SACD ISO) Format (easy setup for playback) of Because I Am, a Rock Musical recorded at the world-famous Aengus Recording Studio in Fayville, MA, in the year of grace, 1973 (Free with a donation of $100 or more made from here).
Calendar of Holy Lent for the year of Grace, 2018.
March 26/April 8 - Christ is Risen! Happy Holy Pascha! (Easter)
May 4/17 - Christ is Ascended to Heaven and is Seated at the Right Hand of God the Father! Glorify Him!
May 14/27 - On the Sunday of Pentecost, the One Congregation of Jesus Christ celebrates its birth: Blessed are You, O Christ our God, Who made the fishermen, wisemen, sending upon them the Holy Spirit and through them, drawing in the world. O Loving One, glory to You.
1. The Conservatory mourns the loss of its President, Dr. Theodora Schulze, noted music director; oboe soloist of the first rank; recording artist; and Chief Administrator of the American Conservatory of Music from 1991 to 2018. It is our prayer that she hears, "Well done, good and faithful servant." as a tribute to her many years of exemplary service to the American Conservatory of Music. A Memorial fund has been set-up for general support of the Conservatory in her memory without restrictions:
- Submitted by an International Student of Piano Performance, verbatim.
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Carnegie Hall officially opened in New York City on May 5, 1891, with a concert conducted by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Built with money donated by Andrew Carnegie, the hall was the home of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra before it moved to Lincoln Center. When plans were made to tear the building down, Maestro Richard Schulze, Chairman Emeritus of the American Conservatory of Music, led a media campaign and fight to stop the demolition. This led Issac Stern to question how anything could be done to save the building, because he felt it was impossible. Maestro Richard Schulze convinced Issac Stern of the possibility of its being saved and then handed him the operating plan and feasibility study that had been previously carried out several years earlier by Maestro Schulze which then enabled the city to purchase the site and declare it a National Historic Landmark.
Day of Pentecost: On 33 A.D. The Holy Spirit Descends
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