Stay connected and inspired (reposting)

Stay safe. Stay at home. And, the most important thing: stay connected and inspired.” Those parting words from an online post by the conductor of the LA Philharmonic, Gustavo Dudamel—which got me thinking about the sources of inspiration we might draw upon, at this peculiar time.

For Dudamel, his inspiration comes from making beautiful music. And, we are fortunate that he is joining a number of other musicians in offering free, live stream concerts without in-person audiences.

And, if Twitter is more your speed, then consider Igor Levit’s inspired feed.

Whatever you do, take the conductor’s cue and find the sources to stay inspired!

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