The ongoing dispute between BC Teachers and the Liberal Government is about to get a lot quieter as Vancouver School Board considers cutting all music programs in elementary schools to make up a budget shortfall.
Renowned British Conductor, Sir Neville Marriner turns 90 April 15th
Albert Einstein, born March 14th, 1879, plays “Opus 135”
Thieves have stolen the tail-hair from 5 horses in Duncan. [Police should DNA test the horse-hair in the bows of local string-players!]
Study finds that the Epilepsy drug, Valproate, can give people the ability to acquire perfect pitch
A Violin belonging to Titanic musician Wallace Hartley, which was recovered with his body after the ship sank, sells for £900,000 in auction
Edward Burkhardt, CEO of Maine and Atlantic Railway, makes flippant jokes mere days after a massive explosion, caused by his company’s train derailment, destroys the town and kills up to 50 people.
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