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Seeing rock through a classical lens
Sunday Arts, July 1, 2012
Andrea Levy, illustrator; Amanda Petkiewicz, designer; Zachary Lewis, reporter and model
What better than his portrait to illustrate music critic Zach Lewis’ piece on his new-found appreciation of rock n’ roll as he begins to hear heavy classical influences? And as usual, Levy added just the right twist.
Zach writes:

Classical music may or may not make you smarter, but it almost certainly will change the way you hear pop music.
Spend even a little time studying the works of the major composers and you’ll gain not only an education but also a whole new appreciation for the music of today. Alternatively, if you’re a classical aficionado, you may be surprised to find how easy it is to branch out, without leaving your comfort zone.

Read Zach’s piece here.
copyright 2012

Seeing rock through a classical lens

Sunday Arts, July 1, 2012

Andrea Levy, illustrator; Amanda Petkiewicz, designer;
Zachary Lewis
, reporter and model

What better than his portrait to illustrate music critic Zach Lewis’ piece on his new-found appreciation of rock n’ roll as he begins to hear heavy classical influences? And as usual, Levy added just the right twist.

Zach writes:

Classical music may or may not make you smarter, but it almost certainly will change the way you hear pop music.

Spend even a little time studying the works of the major composers and you’ll gain not only an education but also a whole new appreciation for the music of today. Alternatively, if you’re a classical aficionado, you may be surprised to find how easy it is to branch out, without leaving your comfort zone.

Read Zach’s piece here.

copyright 2012

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