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Summer Road Trip: Meet Claire Brazeau

Summer Road Trip:  Meet Claire Brazeau We are still soaking up the sun in LA!  Walks down the Venice Beach Boardwalk, hanging out at Santa Monica Pier, and cruising down the Pacific Coast Highway are just a [...]

Summer Road Trip: Welcome to Los Angeles

Summer Road Trip:  Welcome to Los Angeles Next stop on unCLASSIFIED’s summer road trip:  Los Angeles.  Also known as the “City of Angels,” LA is the second most populous city in the United States, succeeded only by [...]

Summer Road Trip: Meet Nathan Chan

Summer Road Trip:  Meet Nathan Chan We liked Seattle so much we decided to stay a few more days!  This time we are hanging out with Seattle Symphony cellist and YouTube superstar Nathan Chan, who has made [...]

Summer Road Trip: Welcome to Seattle

Summer Road Trip:  Welcome to Seattle! unCLASSIFIED is kicking off an epic summer road trip across the US!  We want to introduce you to some of the best cities, music, food, and people around!  First stop: Seattle.  [...]

Nevertheless, She Persisted – Part IV

Nevertheless, She Persisted – Part IV Rounding out our month-long feature on strong women is US Olympic Weightlifter, Cheryl Haworth.  I will attempt to list all the ways in which Cheryl qualifies as strong, but it might [...]

Nevertheless, She Persisted – Part III

Nevertheless, She Persisted – Part III By now, you’ve probably figured out that unCLASSIFIED is all about classical music; its discovery, performance, but above all else, its appreciation and enjoyment.  For the first two weeks of Women’s [...]

Nevertheless, She Persisted – Part II

Nevertheless, She Persisted – Part II Last week we spoke to Carol Jantsch, Principal Tuba of the Philadelphia Orchestra.  Carol spoke about her latest recording, released on March 1, just in time to help kick off Women’s [...]

Nevertheless, She Persisted – Part I

Nevertheless, She Persisted – Part I On the occasion of International Women's Day (March 8) and Women's History Month, we thought it would be both fitting and important to recognize not only the extraordinary women before [...]