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Marlboro’s annual seven-week season takes place from late June through mid-August on the campus of Marlboro College in Marlboro, Vermont. Marlboro is not a typical school or festival. There is no faculty, no formal curriculum in the usual sense, no regular orchestra or soloists, and no private lessons. Instead, the focus is on advanced artistic development and the intensive, collaborative exploration of chamber music. The Marlboro program is led by Artistic Director Mitsuko Uchida in consultation with a committee of resident senior artists.

Marlboro participants are young professional concert artists, symphony orchestra members, chamber music artists, and, in rare instances, exceptionally gifted conservatory or university students. The musicians are expected to be in residence for the full seven-week season and to be available to rehearse any day of the week—studying and rehearsing works in great depth from the vast chamber music repertoire with primary concern for the music itself. The program includes informal musical gatherings, workshops and seminars, and other social gatherings. After three weeks of rehearsals, five weekends of public concerts are held as an outgrowth of the ongoing study program. The concerts include just a small portion of the many works that are explored each week, and no participant is assured of performing.

Generally, there are 75 to 80 musicians in residence each season. Most of the instrumentalists are young professionals in their 20s; vocal participants are sometimes slightly older. Applicants younger than 18 years of age are not usually accepted.

Marlboro provides considerable fellowship support to help cover room, board, and other costs. However, participants are expected to contribute some amount toward these expenses; exact amounts are determined on the basis of individual financial need. Participants are not paid to perform.

The works rehearsed at Marlboro are selected from requests submitted by the participating musicians. They encompass a wide chamber music repertoire including new music by resident composers. Only a limited number of the works studied can be performed at the weekend or at informal concerts. Therefore, while each participant has an active rehearsal schedule, no one is assured of performing. Participants should attend for the purpose of intensive learning and artistic development.

Only Marlboro participants perform in the concerts—no outside artists are engaged. Typically, concert programs are not planned or announced in advance but are instead selected a week or so in advance from the many works studied and prepared throughout the season. Marlboro artists are not paid to perform, and all ticket revenue (which comprises less than 15% of the annual budget) helps to support the educational program.

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Committed warming inferred from observations

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, pages 652 655 (2017) | Download Citation

Due to the lifetime of CO, the thermal inertia of the oceans, and the temporary impacts of short-lived aerosols and reactive greenhouse gases, the Earth’s climate is not equilibrated with anthropogenic forcing. As a result, even if fossil-fuel emissions were to suddenly cease, some level of committed warming is expected due to past emissions as studied previously using climate models. Here, we provide an observational-based quantification of this committed warming using the instrument record of global-mean warming, recently improved estimates of Earth’s energy imbalance, and estimates of radiative forcing from the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Compared with pre-industrial levels, we find a committed warming of 1.5 K (0.9–3.6, 5th–95th percentile) at equilibrium, and of 1.3 K (0.9–2.3) within this century. However, when assuming that ocean carbon uptake cancels remnant greenhouse gas-induced warming on centennial timescales, committed warming is reduced to 1.1 K (0.7–1.8). In the latter case there is a 13% risk that committed warming already exceeds the 1.5 K target set in Paris. Regular updates of these observationally constrained committed warming estimates, although simplistic, can provide transparent guidance as uncertainty regarding transient climate sensitivity inevitably narrows and the understanding of the limitations of the framework is advanced.

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Voted Best Hotel Bar of Rotterdam 2014! The nhow BAR has always a great ambiance to enjoy a drink with your friends while enjoying the view over the skyline. We serve not only many different beers, our wine list is worth tasting and our bartender likes to be challenged to surprise you with the best cocktails and not to mention our GT’s. The music is fresh, new and surprising. In the weekends the DJ’s will take the mood even to a higher level.

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Seven days a week our BAR | KITCHEN is open for a bite. Whether you go for a quick meal between meetings or an extensive dinner date, it’s always accompanied by fantastic view and a great ambiance.

nhow offers a flexitarian menu, which means that all the dishes are prepared as a vegetarian dish and can be supplemented with either meat, poultry and/or fish if so desired. The dishes are rich in taste and textures, absolutely gorgeous to look at and taste like heaven.

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