via Huffington Post
“This will be our reply to violence: to make music more intensely, more beautifully, more devotedly than ever before.”
Leonard Bernstein, Music Director
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has chosen to quote the great American composer, a little over a week after the tragic death of Freddie Gray on April 19. The BSO invoked Bernstein, on its Facebook page, as part of a statement announcing the orchestra’s plans to play a free concert outside the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore at noon on Wednesday. The hall is located two and half miles from Mondawmin Mall, one of the various locations gripped by looting and violence earlier this week.
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
#MusicSoothes #BSOpeace #BaltimoreSTRONG
Life in a Walk begins as a journey to connect with family and ends as an inspiration to cherish relationships.
Never wanting to say ‘I wish I’d spent more time with my Dad,’ director Yogi Roth invites his father on a walk along the Camino De Santiago that would change their lives forever.
This feature-length documentary will influence every parent, child or friend to the core, while challenging each of us to spend time with those we love. watch trailer
#inspire #impact #connect
READ + Heed…
Three Year Anniversary of…
In 2012, Nirvan Mullick met a 9 year old when he went to buy a doorhandle for his car at an auto parts shop in East LA. Caine had built an elaborate cardboard arcade in his dad’s auto parts store. Caine didn’t have any customers so, Nirvan decided to invite the “world” to play at… Caine’s Arcade
Movie to MOVEMENT