Mozart gets up to strange activities sometimes, and this video certainly speaks for itself. Visit our YouTube Channel for more of Mozart Does Stuff!
Writers almanac recently featured a poem about an elderly conductor. A brief snapshot of many things we don’t typically think about when attending a concert. The Conductor by Jacqueline Berger There’s no mention, of course, in the program that the conductor has Parkinson’s. He enters the stage, stands for a moment facing the audience, his hands by his sides, tapping air. Then he holds them together, an act of gratitude —we are gathered, we can
All sorts of crazy happens when Mozart rides in a car for the first time. More from Mozart on our YouTube Channel!