The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra partnered with Rothenberg Preparatory School to learn about musical “ecosystems” and ways to measure musical acoustics.
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
Rothenberg Preparatory School
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The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra partnered with Rothenberg Preparatory School as students learned the business and musical mechanics of running a symphony, while also launching a global CD recorded “live” in historic Music Hall.
Rothenberg Preparatory School students get real world taste of STEM.
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We worked with the orchestra members to show how violins and oboes were just like members of a scientific ecosystem. Kids were able to visit Music Hall and explore ‘black holes’ of sound with acoustic design engineers. Kids applied biology, physics and math as they helped launch a new CD for the Symphony. Amazing!
Douglas Werling, CPS Educator