John Hong profiles Mariella Haubs and Jocelyn Zhu, two Juilliard-trained violinists who mastered the art of asking in seeking to serve refugees worldwide with Concerts for Compassion.
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Extending a conversation brought into focus by a Twitter ban, John Hong talks with composers Shelley Washington and Gemma Peacocke about sexist interactions with purported male allies.
In our newest You Should Be Following profile, John Hong speaks Ken Kubota, a cellist whose YouTube series has earned nods from major magazines, pop artists, and even movie studios.
National Sawdust Log’s John Hong shares his uniquely informed insights about the new fourth season of Mozart in the Jungle, which debuts Feb. 16 on Amazon Prime.
As National Sawdust Log ceases operation at a time of drastic challenge, editor and lead writer Steve Smith looks back at what this bold joint initiative among artists, journalists, and critics achieved.
You Should Be Following: Weixiong Wang, a Juilliard-trained clarinetist turned recording-studio entrepreneur, whose Skillman Music has served clients from Lang Lang to Logic.
Theresa Kim’s drive, ingenuity, and passion to provide young musicians from around the globe with quality training and a chance to collaborate led her to found International Music Sessions, a flourishing festival.
You Should Be Following: Darren Creech, whose pursuit of a boldly queer performance practice helped him to develop entrepreneurial skills and a virtuosic knack for the art of asking.
You should be following Wynton Grant, a conservatory-trained violinist whose crash course in personal finance helped him become a Los Angeles homeowner at 25.
Composer Paola Prestini, co-founder and artistic director of National Sawdust, will be one of three women from the New York area to be formally recognized by the National Organization of Italian American Women on January 17.