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Pianist David Gross returns to perform Brahms with Greenville Symphony

Asked to choose a piano concerto to perform with the Greenville Symphony, pianist David Gross didn’t hesitate a moment. He selected Johannes Brahms’ First Piano Concerto, a work he has loved since he was a child. “This piece is so full of passion,” said Gross, a professor of...
GREENVILLE, SC
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David Gross

David Gross, 78, of Woodstock died on February 7, 2022 at Health Alliance Hospital Broadway Campus in Kingston. Born in Manhattan, he was the son of the late Max Gross & Anne Krasney. He loved his family, his home, and his garden. He was passionate about preserving the environment for...
WOODSTOCK, NY
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‘Start at the End’: A Design Thinking and Visual Advocacy Tutorial with Faegre Drinker’s David Gross

Today I’m going to start with the takeaways. That’s one of the key lessons I picked up from “Design Thinking and Visual Advocacy for Lawyers,” an e-book written by intellectual property partner David Gross of Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath with help from his fellow IP litigators Helen Chacon and Kate Razavi, all founding members of the firm’s Design Lab. The book, coming in at a breezy, image- and graphic-heavy 149 pages, was created as a “deliverable” to teach readers the basic concepts of legal design, which the Faegre Drinker team members have spent years and thousands of hours mastering, in about 60 minutes. It’s available for free on the firm’s website and Apple Books.
BOOKS & LITERATURE
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David Gross and Michael Manring Release eBook on Alternate Tunings

Let’s Get Lost is broken into four volumes that focus on the possibilities of alternate tunings for each string. The project began with Gross interviewing Manring. “Recently, Tom Semioli and I interviewed Michael Manring on our radio show and podcast ‘Notes From An Artist,’” he explains. “We touched on a number of topics, one of those was Michael’s use of alternate tunings. It was a fascinating discussion and I knew a book would be an important addition to the collection of bass instruction books that are available today. What I found intriguing was that by just changing the open tuning of any of the 4, 5, or 6 strings of a bass would create new possibilities and new fingerings that in the beginning will both excite and confuse you. This is why I have titled the book ‘Let’s Get Lost’, because that is exactly what will happen! However, after ‘getting lost’ you will navigate your way into a number of interesting places that will change how you both play and hear and you will never be the same again!”
ENTERTAINMENT
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5 Questions for David Gross, Executive Chef at Panzano

Gross—who took the helm of the restaurant’s kitchen in June 2021—dishes on why Eleven Madison Park’s Daniel Humm is his culinary idol and what you should order on Panzano’s menu right now. Chef David Gross was no stranger to Panzano’s classic Italian menu when he was offered the job of...
FOOD & DRINKS
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Culture Conversations: Amplifying the voices of the McBride sisters and David Gross

Culture Conversations: Amplifying the voices of the McBride sisters and David Gross. In this Black History episode of Culture Conversations, we are celebrating Black entrepreneurs. Host Mimi Brown speaks to Robin and Andréa McBride, founders of the McBride Sisters Wine in San Luis Obispo, as well as David Gross, business partner to the late Nipsey Hussle.
LOS ANGELES, CA