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Tali Rubinstein: Plastic Art

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Recorder player, Tali Rubinstein, studied early music from the Baroque and Renaissance periods for many years, mostly as a teenager. The Israeli-American virtuoso learned under Bracha Kol, a recorder player and operatic vocalist based in Israel. If asked back then whether she was interested in playing jazz, Rubinstein would have looked at you with some interest ...

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Joel Levine

I am a Biology Professor at the University of Toronto Mississauga, where I run a lab where we work with vinegar flies – sometimes called fruit flies – to study the relationship between genes and social behavior. I developed an interest in science somewhat late, in my ‘30s. My scientific colleagues and students would probably be surprised to know that before I studied biology and moved to Canada, I lived in Philadelphia, where I grew up and spent my years playing music. I played and still play the recorder—an instrument that, usually, little children learn to play for about a year year before moving on to an orchestral instrument, a “real” instrument, a well-tempered instrument


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