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John Sigerson conducting LaRouche Youth Movement
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John Sigerson conducting LaRouche Youth Movement chorus, performing Bach Motet, ‘Jesu Meine Freude,’ in Jan. 2005,in Washington, D.C,

One of the Schiller Institute’s many accomplishments over the past two and a half decades has been to bring beautiful classical music concerts, conferences, and seminars to people in many cities across the globe. Concerts and master classes given by the late William Warfield, our beloved Schiller Institute Board Member, demonstrated the power of the poetic principle in the African American Spiritual, the Classical Lied, and in opera. Together with the immortal Sylvia Olden Lee, pianist and vocal coach, American baritone Robert McFerrin, as well as Italian opera singers Carlo Bergonzi and Piero Capucilli, the Schiller Institute’s work has inspired thousands.

Already famous our campaign to return to the “Verdi Tuning”, also known as the scientific pitch of C=256 hz, the late Norbert Brainin, first violinist of the legendary Amadeus Quartet and dear friend of Mr. Lyndon LaRouche, performed a scientific experiment comparing works at the official concert pitch of A=440 to the Verdi pitch at A=432, or C=256. This demonstration and other pedagogical demonstrations are listed here and also on the Historic Videos page.

Below is a partial list of concerts, classes, rehearsals and presentations. We will be adding links regularly, which will include the 1990s Washington, DC concert series, various music presentations from Schiller Institute conferences, and the ongoing work in bel canto singing and the science of music being done by the worldwide LaRouche Youth Movement (www.wlym.comWe did not list here most of the performances from Schiller Institute conferences individually, but they can be found on the International Conferences Page. Check back soon for new additions, and visit the main Revolution in Music Page for more articles. 


Manhattan Project


The Schiller Institute Presents A Tribute to John F. Kennedy: W.A. MOZART · REQUIEM, January 19, 2014 full program, videos, audios, posters


Schiller Institute Presents Mozart's Requiem In Remembrance of President John F. Kennedy (Video)

Schiller Institute Conference, Los Angeles, November 2, 2013 featuring: “Ave Verum Corpus” by W.A. Mozart ,   “Traumerei” By Robert Schumann for Solo Piano ,  Selections from “The Requiem Mass” by W.A. Mozart, Selections from “Jesu Meine Freude” by J.S. Bach (Videos)

Schiller Institute Conference, San Francisco, California, June 29, 2013, featuring Selections from Bach's B Minor Mass, Mozart "Dissonance Quartet" K. 465 and Beethoven Cello Sonata Op. 69 (videos)

Schiller Institute Conference, Frankfurt am Main, Germany April 13-14, 2013 Classical Concert (audios and video) featuring Requiem Mass in D minor (K. 626) by W. A. Mozart (video)

Schiller Institute Conference, New York City, January 26 musical presentations, featuring J.S. Bach's Magnificat (audios and videos) and Beethoven's Sonata for cello and piano, Op. 102 #1


Schiller Institute Conference, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, November 24, 2012 Musikabend (Video)

Schiller Institute Berlin Conference, Feb. 25, 2012 Musikabend (Video)


Schiller Institute Conference: "Rescuing Civilization From the Brink" July 2-3, 2011 Rüsselsheim, Germany Musikabend (Video)

The Classical Revolution — A Foretaste (Videos)


Violinist Norbert Brainin Demonstrates the Principle Of Motivic Thorough Composition Summer 1995 (a.k.a. Motivführung in Beethoven   (5 videos with Norbert Brainin))

A Musical Offering Celebrating the 200th Birthday of Robert Schumann June 2010

Beethoven's Ninth Symphony Choral Movement Performed at the Verdi Tuning (C=256Hz) Berlin, Germany, March 25, 2010


The Oakland, CA LYM's Concert Page. Concerts and Master Classes Held Or Sponsored By The Schiller Institute. Includes master classes by William Warfield and Sylvia Olden Lee in 1999, performances by violinist Norbert Brainin in 1988, performances by the LYM Chorus at the Labor Day, 2004 Schiller Institute/ICLC Conference, and much more.


LYM Chorus Performs Bach's “Jesu Meine Freude”(MP3) December 16, 2007 Boston, Massachusetts
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Ave Verum LYM Rehearsal October 2007

LYM Cadre School Los Angeles, Myhoa, Nicole, October 20

Beethoven's Revolution LYM Cadre School, Los Angeles, Harley Schlanger, September 22

Bach Musical Offering Dialog Series LYM Cadre School, Los Angeles, Myhoa, August 22



Double Impeachment Christmas Carols Sung by Members of the LaRouche Youth Movement

 "Jesu Meine Freude" Maestro John Sigerson and the East Coast LYM, September 2006



LaRouche Youth Movement Singing The Battle Cry of Freedom October 12, Washington, DC

LaRouche Jubilee Singers (Midwest LYM) Sings At Spirituals Concert February 12, 2005 Lansing, Michigan

Bach's Jesu Meine Freude (a capella) Open Rehearsal and Performance
Schiller Institute Conference Panel 2--Presidents Day 2005



10-12 The LYM Chorus sings "Oh Freedom" at an Akron Church (XviD - Download Only)



08-09 Jean Sebastian Tremblay on the Cello: A Musical Offering (Video)



October 2000
William Warfield and Friends in Pasadena, California
A Musical Offering from William Warfield and Sylvia Olden Lee

Selections Sung by William Warfield:
German Lieder:
Die Beiden Grenadiere
Du Bist Die Eine Blume

African American Spirituals:
Weep Not
Goin' Home
Li'l Boy
Ain't That A Witness for My Lord
Nobody Knows The Trouble I’ve Seen
Keep Your Hands On the Plough
Crucifixon (poem)
Crucifixon (song)
Chillun' Did You Hear When Jesus Rose
Deep River
Scandalize My Name

Take My Mother Home

Ain't Got Time To Die
He's Got The Whole World/ Ol' Man River



Ave Verum Conference Presentation

Conference on Tuning (Video) Ticino/Tessin, Switzerland, May 29, 1996

Conference on Tuning (Video) Casa Verdi, Milan, May 9, 1996, German Edition



Violinist Norbert Brainin Demonstrates the Principle Of Motivic Thorough Composition Summer 1995



September 5-7: Labor Day Schiller Institute Conference Music Panel (Video)



Norbert Brainin / Günter Ludwig C=256 Concert (Video) Munich, December 12, 1988



1985 Schiller Institute Chorus and Orchestra Perform Mozart’s Requiem at C=256


More Recordings:

Eliane Magnan, Cello 

Related pages:

Science of Music Page (A Revolution in Musical Tuning: Return to Verdi's Scientific Pitch C=256 Hertz)

Education, Science and Poetry Page

Historic Videos Page

International Conferences Page

LaRouche Youth Movement Music Highlights 

The LaRouche Show

Denmark Schiller Institute Pedagogy      

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