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“Amadeus” The Movie At 30 – And Everything It Got Wrong About Mozart And Salieri

BBC Radio 3 presenter Clemency Burton-Hill reviews the liberties writer Peter Shaffer and director Milos Forman took with the historical record (and the device they used to get away with it) – and nevertheless finds that Amadeus is “arguably the finest movie ever made about the process of artistic creation and the unbridgeable gap between […]

Watch This Hypnotic Video of How a Beer Can Is Made

Watch how a beer can is made. Check out this video from celebrated New Zealand craft brewers Garage Project, which tracks the making of a beer can set to Mozart's Symphony No. 40 in G Minor. The short follows the production of Garage...Show More Summary

How the entire Pittsburgh Penguins hockey team ended up at a random German restaurant last night

Hey isn’t that… almost the entire Pittsburgh Penguins hockey team having a guys night out at Cafe Mozart on Tuesday night? A few days ago, the German deli/bar/restaurant got a call from Penguins player Christian Ehrhoff, who was on his way to town for a match up against the Washington Capitals tonight. Born and raised in Germany, Ehrhoff, who […]

Mozart on Creativity and the Ideation Process

3 days agoHumor / odd : Brain Pickings

"It is quite natural that people who really have something particular about them should be different from each other on the outside as well as on the inside."

Mozart Shmozart

Dear Mr. Dad: I’ve got two children, ages 1 and 3 and I’ve heard that it’s possible to boost their IQ by exposing them to certain kinds of music. My wife says I’m crazy. Is there any possibility that she’s right? A: What you’re...Show More Summary

Threshold Theory: How Smart Do You Have to Be to Succeed?

How smart do you have to be to succeed? What about to become a creative genius? Did Picasso and Mozart... The post Threshold Theory: How Smart Do You Have to Be to Succeed? appeared first on Lifehack.

Mozart In The Jungle Renewed By Amazon While 5 More Shows Go To Series

While it will likely never catch up to Netflix in abundance of original programming, Amazon Studios is upping its game by renewing Mozart in the Jungle for Season 2, along with granting series orders to five new shows. Click To Continue Reading

'Mozart in the Jungle': What it gets right and wrong about classical music

"Mozart in the Jungle," Amazon's new comedy series set in the world of a fictional symphony orchestra, has officially been picked up for a second season, the online company announced Wednesday.

'Mozart in the Jungle': What it gets right and wrong about classical music

"Mozart in the Jungle," Amazon's new comedy series set in the world of a fictional symphony orchestra, has officially been picked up for a second season, the online company announced Wednesday.

Classical Playlist: Beethoven, Mozart, Hugo Wolf and More

last weekArts : ArtsBeat

Times critics share what they’ve been listening to lately.

Amazon Picks Up The Man in the High Castle, Renews Mozart in the Jungle

The Nazi occupation of our streaming devices will continue, as Amazon has picked up The Man in the High Castle for a full first season. The Philip K. Dick adaptation, which was one of seven pilots the tech giant put online, is one of five series to receive a full-season order, alongside... More »

Amazon Orders Full Seasons of 5 Pilots, Plus a Second Season for ‘Mozart in the Jungle’

Amazon, the giant Internet warehouse/media company/library has announced that it will be taking five of its most recent pilots… Read More

Amazon orders five pilots to series, renews 'Mozart in the jungle'

Amazon announced Wednesday that it has ordered full seasons of five pilots, including a Philip K. Dick adaptation, a magazine show inspired by one of the nation's most esteemed publications and two children's programs.

Amazon Renews Mozart in the Jungle, Gives Season Orders to Five New Shows

Amazon has picked up a second season of Mozart in the Jungle, the streaming service announced Wednesday. Gael Garcia Bernal, Malcom McDowell, Lola Kirke and Saffron Burrows will all return along with executive producers Roman Coppola, Jason Schwartzman and Paul Weitz. Celebs who got caught lying... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Mozart in the Jungle

Amazon Studios Renews Mozart in the Jungle and Greenlights Three New Series

Mad Dogs, The Man in the High Castle, The New Yorker Presents will get full season orders from Amazon Studios The post Amazon Studios Renews Mozart in the Jungle and Greenlights Three New Series appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

'Mozart In The Jungle' Renewed for Season 2 by Amazon

ear the hair! Conductor Rodrigo DeSousa, will take the stage once again in the hit Amazon Original Series Mozart in the Jungle.

Amazon Renews ‘Mozart In the Jungle’ For Season 2, Orders 5 New Pilots

Amazon has renewed Mozart in the Jungle for Season 2, in addition to ordering 5 new pilots! Get all the details on the new series here: The post Amazon Renews ‘Mozart In the Jungle’ For Season 2, Orders 5 New Pilots appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News and Videos.

Amazon Tunes Up Second Season Order For ‘Mozart In The Jungle’

Amazon Original Series Mozart In The Jungle will return for a second season that's set to premiere on Prime Instant Video early next year. Roman Coppola, Jason Schwartzman and Paul Weitz are executive producing the new season of the comedic drama that mixes sex, drugs and classical music. Show More Summary

Cool Infographic Shows The Sleeping Habits Of The Rich And Famous

Briefly: This interesting infographic shows the sleeping habits of people like Edison, Donald Trump, Mozart or Obama. All of them sleep less than the recommended eight hours and despite that they became very successful in their careers. More »      

TV Picks: Bosch, Mozart, Gotham

Los Angeles Times Television critic Mary McNamara picks the best fare on the small screen this coming week. Los Angeles Times Television critic Mary McNamara picks the best fare on the small screen this coming week.

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