CutCommon is a English-speaking media specialized in the field of classical music and opera. As such, CutCommon is a qualified source of soclassiq, like The Well-Tempered Ear or Joe's Concert Reviews and many others. The oldest article indexed by soclassiq is dated 2018-01-10. Since then, a total of 1122 articles have been written and published by CutCommon.
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The last article in CutCommon, "Could your arts career benefit from personal coaching?", is dated 2020-11-18. By 2019, this source had published 411 articles (184 since the beginning of 2020). Over the past 12 months, CutCommon has published an average of 16 articles per month.
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BY STEPHANIE ESLAKE VIA LEVEL AND GAIN “How do you swear in sign language?” “Did you drink metho?” “Were you raised as a boy or The post first appeared on CutCommon.
BY SIMEON WALKER We would like to give a warm welcome to Simeon in his first blog with CutCommon. It’s fair to say 2020 has The post first appeared on CutCommon.
BY JESSIE WANG, LEAD WRITER (COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL AWARENESS) There’s plenty of evidence that music has ample cognitive, emotional, and physical benefits for both the The post first appeared on CutCommon.
BY MARK BOSCH, LEAD CRITIC The power of “We” is one belief getting Norwegian composer Rebekka Karijord through the pandemic. Rebekka has with Jon Ekstrand The post first appeared on CutCommon.
BY STEPHANIE ESLAKE VIA LEVEL AND GAIN Ten years ago, composer David Buckley started working on a television series with creators Robert and Michelle King. The post first appeared on CutCommon.
BY RACHEL BRUERVILLE, OPINIONS EDITOR For performance maker and sound artist Leah Blankendaal, the studio is a bit of a foreign environment. Known for her The post first appeared on CutCommon.
BY WENDY ZHANG Running a private music studio and keeping it afloat during the pandemic year is challenging enough. But finding out you are pregnant The post first appeared on CutCommon.
BY CHRISTOPHER LEON FOR LEVEL AND GAIN Through Schoenberg, Herrmann, and a touch of the surreal, composers Mikolai Stroinski (The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt) and Garry The post first appeared on CutCommon.