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San Diego Opera Spotlight: Verdi’s Falstaff
02/20/2017
“And here I stand. Judge, my masters.” – Falstaff, Henry IV Part 1 Giuseppe Verdi’s final opera, Falstaff, grew out the composer’s desire to write a comic opera (his first in 50 years) and his reverence for Shakespeare, upon whose work Verdi had previously based two of his operas, Macbeth and Otello. When Verdi expressed … Continue reading San Diego Opera Spotlight: Verdi’s Falstaff
Finding Common Ground – Facts and Shared Values
02/17/2017
One thing most can agree on right now – people are paying attention to politics. Whether it’s marching or writing or donating (or all 3!), Americans are engaged in ways not seen in decades. But as opposing sides become more combative, what is the path to a consensus on solutions? Messaging expert Anat Shenker-Osorio explains … Continue reading Finding Common Ground – Facts and Shared Values
Influence of Early Experience on Adult Brain Organization and Function
02/15/2017
With the explosion in techniques to explore the human brain at every scale has come a deeper understanding of fundamental human characteristics. We are also able to see impairments and dysfunction as well as pathways by which we may ultimately be able to treat and cure such conditions. This series explores the latest from the … Continue reading Influence of Early Experience on Adult Brain Organization and Function
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