Monthly Archives: September 2021

‘Hamilton’ star issues hilarious ‘absence note’ for Roswell high school student – WSB-TV Channel 2

Develop Hamilton Hamilton Joseph Morales and Nik Walker will lead Hamilton’s second nationwide tour as Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr, respectively. Other main roles in Hamilton will be played by Ta’Rea Campbell as Angelica Schuyler; Marcus Choi as George Washington; Elijah Malcomb as John Laurens / Phillip Schuyler; Shoba Narayan as Eliza Hamilton; Fergie L. Philippe as Hercules Mulligan / ...

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Classes and workshops calendar published on September 29, 2021

The Sunburg Heritage Arts Initiative has several workshops scheduled. Introduction to rosemary: October 9, 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunburg Community Center; $ 20; limited to 10 students aged 18 and over; instructor Lynette Swanson. Students will make a heart project using acrylic paints and will be brought home at the end of class. All materials are included in the ...

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Pauline Phelps | Death notice | nny360.com

A funeral mass for Pauline Phelps, 95, of Ogdensburg, NY, will be held on Friday, October 1, 2021, at 10:00 a.m. at Notre Dame Church with Reverend Joseph Morgan as celebrant and Deacon Mark Lalonde, Pauline’s nephew, assistant. Call hours will be Thursday, September 30, 2021 from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at Frary Funeral Home, Ogdensburg. Interment will be ...

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Hong Kong experiences a boom in investment scams

A general view showing the Central Business District in Hong Kong on September 15, 2021 (Photo Reuters) HONG KONG: Hong Kong is seeing an explosion in investment scams, with the number of cases more than tripling in the first seven months of 2021, and the amount of money stolen increasing nearly 20 times, according to statistics from the police. Between ...

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How to start your iGaming business successfully

In recent years, the iGaming industry has proven to be the booming sector of the market. The huge involvement of people brings great success to the industry. The iGaming industry consists of the verticals of sports betting, online casino, esports, poker, fantasy sports, lottery and many more. Among these verticals, sports betting appears to be the most revenue-generating industry. For ...

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New Video Slots with the Best Background Music 2021

There is no doubt that music has a magical effect on the experience of gamers when playing online. Read on to learn more about background music in slots games and check out new video slots with the best background music in 2021. If you’ve ever tried a video slot machine, either online or in a land-based casino, you’ll know that ...

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Events around the lakes

Submissions should be made at least one week prior to the event date, in writing, to [email protected] or [email protected] Each submission should include the following: the date, time and location of the event, whether recurring or one-off, and where to go for more information (phone, email and / or website) . Also indicate whether the event is free or paid ...

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Joan Watson-Jones performs at Lilypad on October 9 with music from her latest CD, ‘Choices’

Singer Joan Watson-Jones, a mainstay of the New England jazz scene, returns to the Lilypad, 1353 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, MA on Saturday, October 9 at 4:30 p.m. Pianist Frank Wilkins, bassist Dave Zox and drummer Alvin Terry will join Watson-Jones to celebrate his latest CD, Choices. Tickets cost $ 12.00 and are available at www.joanwatsonjones.com/lilypad-tickets. Joan Watson-Jones is a ...

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Ramona Irene Anderson, 92, North Platte

Ramona Irene Anderson, 92, of North Platte returned home to her heavenly maker on Sunday, September 26, 2021. Ramona was born on October 25, 1928 in Arapahoe to Willard M. and Irene Houghtaling Baxter. She grew up in Arapahoe and graduated from Arapahoe High School with highest honors in 1947. During her studies, Ramona participated in almost every activity: music, ...

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The Perth International Jazz Festival has announced its 2021 program

The Perth International Jazz Festival has announced its 2021 schedule, showcasing the best of Western Australian jazz for three days in Perth, followed by a special one-day event in Busselton. Perth comes alive during the festival weekend from November 5-7, with more than 50 performances at eight venues across the CBD. Partly out of necessity, the program has a strong ...

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Fall is a great time to play with the new Casio keyboards

DOVER, New Jersey, September 28, 2021 / PRNewswire / – For many, fall is a feast for the senses. The air is fresher, chunky sweaters are wearable again, the foliage delights the eyes with stunning colors, and a cornucopia of wonderful tastes and aromas await any outing. Casio America, Inc., the world’s leading supplier of powerful and affordable musical instruments, ...

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Deeply Rooted School of Music Offers Something Different in Music Education

Click to enlarge Sam Goodman and Joel Zigman open Deeply Rooted Music School in Arvada. Jeff Warnock Sam Goodman and Joel zigman are classically trained musicians who cut their teeth as elementary school music educators in Jefferson County. Teaching children was a rewarding endeavor, they say, but they always felt that music education, both public and private, was lacking. After ...

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Eddie On Aux: BADBADNOTGOOD, Giveon and KeiyaA

“Forever, Ya Girl” is a manifestation of the artistry and talent of KeiyaA. The self-published, self-produced album appears to take inspiration from fellow Chicago artists Noname and Jamila Woods. (Photo courtesy of Pitchfork) BADBADNOTGOOD – “Next to April” Critics used terms like “unique” and “imaginative” to describe BADBADNOTGOOD’s music, but the Canadian collective was just another example of a common ...

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The antagonistic art of Neo Rauch | The New Yorker

Yet the experience had left Rauch suspicious. Shortly after the sale of “Der Anbräuner”, Rauch withdrew from an exhibition in Leipzig which was to be one of his largest exhibitions in his native country in a decade. Rauch sometimes speaks of his art as a peristaltic filtration system that sucks up everything around it, and lately there had been so ...

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Larsons praised for decades of service, giving UMaine-Machias

MACHIAS – For 28 years, from 1977 to 2005, Richard and Elsie Larson shared their business expertise with hundreds of students at the University of Maine at Machias. Their sharing extended far beyond the classroom. During this time – and in the 16 years since associate professors of business administration retired – they have devoted a great deal of time, ...

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Hunerkada will start Rubab teaching classes from tomorrow

Hunerkada College of Visual and Performing Arts would start ‘Rubab’ classes from September 28 (Tuesday) with the aim of refining the skills of young talent in playing the age-old string musical instrument and improving knowledge of music theory ISLAMABAD, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – September 27, 2021): Hunerkada College of Visual and Performing Arts would start ‘Rubab’ classes from ...

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Ryka Aoki’s novel “Light from Uncommon Stars” shines on a diverse San Gabriel valley – Press Telegram

In Rika Aoki’s novel “The Light of a Rare Star”, the essential instrument of the plot is the real instrument. The violin appears in the story as part of a tort transaction, a source of competition and a tool of empowerment. Set in the San Gabriel Valley, the speculative fiction work “Light From Uncommon Stars” combines elements of folklore and ...

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Obituary of Vivian Mullikin (1930 – 2021) – La Crosse, WI

Vivian J. Mullikin ONALASKA – Vivian J. Mullikin, 91, of Onalaska, WI, passed away on Monday, September 20, 2021 at Mulder Health Care in West Salem. Vivian was born on February 11, 1930, to Harold and Rosalie (O’Donnell) Armstrong in Fort Frances, Ontario, Canada. She grew up in Fort Frances, graduated from high school, graduated from business school in two ...

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Elona D. Stanton | Obituary

LA CRESCENT — Elona D. Stanton, 80, of La Crescent, MN, passed away Thursday, September 23, 2021 at SpringBrook Village in La Crescent. She was born on February 23, 1941 in La Crosse, WI in Gale and Geneva (Pagel) Papenfuss. She married Robert Stanton on March 18, 1961 in Nodine, MN. Elona – or Lonie as she was called, was ...

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Vivian J. Mullikin | Obituary

ONALASKA — Vivian J. Mullikin, 91, of Onalaska, WI, passed away on Monday, September 20, 2021 at Mulder Health Care in West Salem. Vivian was born on February 11, 1930, to Harold and Rosalie (O’Donnell) Armstrong in Fort Frances, Ontario, Canada. She grew up in Fort Frances, graduated from high school, graduated from business school in two years, and worked ...

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Students from Egyptian Talent Development Center to perform at Alexandria Opera House on September 28

Students of the Talent Development Center – Facebook CAIRO – September 26, 2021: On September 28, the Egyptian Opera will host a concert for the students of the Talent Development Center at the Alexandria Opera. During the concert, the students of the guitar class, trained by Ahmed Abdel Rahman, will perform an anthology of distinguished classical works. Afterwards, the students ...

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Opinion: Debate over media coverage of Gabby Petito

Re “Body Found in Wyoming Believed to be Gabrielle Petito” (September 19): Explain to me why I should care about this story. Yes, the loss of life is tragic, but the disappearance of a person who aspired to be a social media influencer is neither national nor newsworthy in San Diego. One of the national television networks spent 30 seconds ...

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Pittsburgh Catholic and jazz giant enjoys revival

Mary Lou Williams in New York, 1946. Courtesy of the Library of Congress. By Mike Aquilina A stack of Mary Lou Williams records near the turntable meant something in the 1950s and 1960s. It indicated that the owner was not just a jazz fan, but rather a listener of a certain sophistication. Williams was known as the “First Lady of ...

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Perth International Jazz Festival in the CBD from November 5 to 7 and Saturday November 13 in Busselton

“Come Play” is the Perth International Jazz Festival’s invitation to singers, musicians and the public, over a weekend in Perth November 5-7 and the following Saturday, November 13, in Busselton. A range of free and paid events include a Jazz Parade in Hyde Park, where everyone is welcome to bring their instrument to join the jam. “We’re bringing the best ...

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Mary Watkins Obituary (2021) – Delphos, OH

DELPHOS – Mary Jane Watkins, 87, of Delphos, died on Wednesday morning September 22, 2021 at the Lutheran Hospital in Fort. Wayne, IN. She was born on September 17, 1934, in Elgin, to Delmar and Lucille (Thomas) Welker, who both predeceased her. On February 22, 1997, she married Willis ‘Will’ Watkins who predeceased her in death on June 2, 2008. ...

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Sounds from the weekend of September 24 to 26

BRADENTON – The 941 has another weekend of great live music offerings at popular local venues. Check out The Bradenton Times Weekend Sounds to see which bands you can catch and where. Dive bombers AMI blue marlin Friday: 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. The Divebombers are, “Toe tappin ‘knee slappin’ foot stompin ‘good old American music.” Members George Worthmore (Blues ...

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How to spend it in … Houston

Newsletter: FT Weekend Get weekend inspiration with the best of life, arts and culture. Delivered every Saturday morning. Houston is a vibrant city, a port city, so it has always welcomed the world – and it will soon be the third largest city in the United States. There is a culture of optimism and possibility here. This spirit brought me ...

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As Foothill reopens campus, a quarter of students return in person | New

Foothill resumed face-to-face teaching this week, with 3,180 of approximately 11,500 students expected to come to campus in the fall term. So far, the campus has been largely closed, with the exception of related health programs like respiratory therapy and pharmaceutical technology which have been carried out in person throughout the pandemic, the vice president said. training associate Kurt Hueg. ...

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The 6 best iPhone and iPad apps for musicians

Being a musician can be an expensive hobby, especially with the amount of equipment and tools you might need to purchase to improve your skills or record your songs. However, there are many amazing iPhone apps that can replace expensive equipment without sacrificing quality. After all, most people have smartphones. Why not download the best music apps to improve your ...

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The Lee School of Music to present the faculty gala

The Lee University School of Music will present the first installment of this year’s performing arts series, the Faculty Gala. Showcasing Lee’s vocal and instrumental faculty, the concert will take place on Thursday, September 30 at 7:30 p.m. at Pangle Hall. “The School of Music and Lee University are fortunate to have faculty with exceptional musical talent,” said Dr. William ...

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Family of boy killed during Yom Kippur fundraiser for his “firefighter robot” project

Big ideas and undiminished dreams have been a big part of the short life of 12-year-old Barak Houry. He was an avid musician, artist, competitive swimmer, knitter and sewer, and in the past year a self-taught amateur coder, electronics technician and robotics engineer. After being killed by an alleged drunk driver while riding his bike last week on Yom Kippur, ...

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Women can have it all

FASHION CEO Amanda Barker, 44, has a relatively tidy house, runs a basketball team, prides herself on being a great wife, and is a mom to – wait – EIGHT children. But it doesn’t come easily – with Charlee’s mum, 19, Cash, 18, Call, 16, Codee, 14, Cruz, 12, Cooper, 10, Clancee, eight, and Covington, six. years old, admitting that ...

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UAH – News

Former music student Danaë Xanthe Vlasse in consideration GRAMMY. Courtesy of Danae Vlasse After graduating from the University of Alabama at Huntsville (UAH), part of the University of Alabama System, in 2003 with a degree in piano performance, Danaë Xanthe Vlasse pursued her compositional aspirations. musical in Los Angeles, California, where she experiences a level of success that many musicians ...

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UK Theater Alum explores fairness on Broadway

LEXINGTON, Ky. (September 22, 2021) – As Broadway returns to the stages of “The Great White Way,” the University of Kentucky College of Fine Arts has caught up with theater former student Kristin Stultz Pressley, Ph.D, to talk about another issue taking center stage in the world of theater – equity – and one of the pioneers of this art ...

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Studio Academy’s James Fauntleroy and Larrance Dopson Help Black Students Succeed in the Music Industry

Although school success rates have changed relatively, racial disparities – especially among those with a bachelor’s degree or above – have remained the same. According to the Journal of Black in Higher Education, “… only 48 percent of all black students who entered bachelor’s degree programs at four-year institutions in 2013 graduated in six years. Further, “the college graduation rate ...

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In China, parents praise government rule limiting children’s video game time – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Li Zhanguo’s two children, aged 4 and 8, don’t have their own smartphones, but like millions of other Chinese children, they are familiar with online games. “If my kids get their hands on our cell phones or an iPad, and if we don’t watch their screen time closely, they can play online games for three to four hours each time,” ...

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At 75, the Ojai Music Festival remains focused on the future

OJAI, Calif .– The return is a process. It is rarely linear. The Ojai Music Festival, for example, returned September 16-19 to celebrate its 75th anniversary after a long pandemic absence. But there have been setbacks among the returns. Compromises were made to accommodate her move from spring to the last days of summer. An artist has been detained in ...

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Police impersonators Rob Philadelphia Home + Eagles fall to 49ers

Hello, people of Philadelphia! Dan here with the Philadelphia Daily Tuesday issue. Are you a local business owner or merchant in Philadelphia? Our premium local sponsorships keep you on top of inboxes in town every morning. Contact us here for the truth. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Rather cloudy all day. High: 79 Low: 70. Here ...

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Mapping Georgetown: “There’s phenomenal jazz in this alley”

With Blues Alley in mind … To the delight of Georgetown residents and music lovers around the world, Blues Alley has reopened in its iconic lane at 1073 Wisconsin Ave. NW. So we thought this Georgetown Mapping story from local song star Changamiré would pay a fitting tribute. His story, told from the experience of a renowned artist at the ...

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Professors Marshall perform again after hiatus – The Parthenon

After a year-and-a-half hiatus, two professors from Marshall University took to the stage on Sunday with a recreation of romantic era sonatas at the Joan C. Edwards Playhouse. The students were greeted at 3 p.m. for a free performance by professors Solen Dikener, who plays the cello and Johan Botes, who plays the piano. “What we hope to achieve is ...

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In China, parents praise government rule limiting children’s video game time – NBC10 Philadelphia

Li Zhanguo’s two children, aged 4 and 8, don’t have their own smartphones, but like millions of other Chinese children, they are familiar with online games. “If my kids get their hands on our cell phones or an iPad, and if we don’t watch their screen time closely, they can play online games for three to four hours each time,” ...

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Chinese parents welcome rule limiting video game time for children | National policy

“Many parents attribute their children’s levels of suffering to gambling, but I don’t agree with that sentiment,” said Liu Yanbin, mother of a 9-year-old girl in Shanghai. “As long as the kids don’t want to study, they’ll find a way to play. Games might be limited now, but there are still short videos, social media, and even TV series. “ ...

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Chinese parents hail rule limiting video game time for children

Li Zhanguo’s two children, aged 4 and 8, don’t have their own smartphones, but like millions of other Chinese children, they are familiar with online games. “If my kids get their hands on our cell phones or an iPad, and if we don’t watch their screen time closely, they can play online games for three to four hours each time,” ...

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trio of artists bringing blues to Hemlock Fairgrounds to support the WNY Blues Society | Lifestyles

The Buffalo-based Western New York Blues Society is looking to revive its annual festival with a vibrant show at the Hemlock Fairgrounds. The lineup highlights a variety of blues styles and musician experiences by featuring headliner Popa Chubby, as well as rising young musician Veronica Lewis and the Buffalo Music Hall of Famer Patti Parks. The September 25 concert, which ...

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Studio offers piano lessons and Korean language lessons

Anyone wishing to learn piano, whether they are children or adults wishing to develop their skill, will now have the opportunity to access the recently opened Ardmore Piano School. Classes will be taught by instructor Minwoo Park who received his Masters in Piano Performance from Western Michigan University and is currently working on his PhD at the University of Alabama. ...

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Pianist Wemberly Ponder to perform on September 24 at the Emma Kelly Theater

By ANGYE MORRISON [email protected] The ONE series continues on September 24 with a performance by Wemberly Ponder from Statesboro. Born to parents Sanford and Harriett Ponder, Ponder is a graduate of William James High School, as well as Georgia Southern University. He says he was raised primarily by his mother, as his father was hospitalized for most of his childhood. ...

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Continue hunting traditions with the next generation

My husband, Nathan, recently spent a Sunday afternoon at a local sporting goods store deciding which deer rifles would be best for each girl. He called me several times as we do before big purchases and said, “I think they can each hunt deer with these for the rest of their lives.” It’s time to take newbies out on a ...

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Word processor turns typing into jazz

The sound of fingers snapping against a keyboard is reminiscent of tight deadlines and stuffy desks. Few would describe the noise as musical, but a new online tool aims to change that. As Boing Boing reports, the JazzKeys word processor turns typing into jazzy improvisation. Audio design firm Plan8 has released the website for anyone looking to spice up an ...

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PFT cannot address what it calls an ‘urgent’ mold problem at Frankford High

With “mold growing everywhere”, a faulty HVAC system and a lingering odor in a city high school, a worried teacher at Frankford High has sounded the alarm this week about potentially dangerous environmental conditions. Because the problems represent an imminent danger to health, representatives of the teachers’ unions have the right to access Frankford to examine the school. But Jerry ...

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The Recorder – Your Religion News: September 18, 2021

Today: State Representative Paul Mark to Face the Climate Crisis GREENFIELD – Franklin County Interfaith Council and All Souls Church Sponsor Major State Representative Paul Mark Conference on Climate Crisis, Specifically on “The Next Generation Roadmap Act for Massachusetts Climate Policy, ”the first such law in the country. Representative Mark is the House Deputy Chairman of the Legislature’s Key Joint ...

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A famous virtuoso on an instrument she wasn’t supposed to play

MANCHESTER, England – The ethereal sound of the kora, a century-old West African instrument, echoed as Sona Jobarteh, a virtuoso from one of Gambia’s most famous musical families, plucked her strings with her index fingers and fingers. inches. Under the purple lights of the stage at the Manchester International Festival in July – her first performance since the start of ...

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Confidential High School: Year 6 | Education

Welcome to Year 6 of High School Confidential, where senior high school seniors across the region – nominated by principals and teachers – tell us about the many good things happening in their halls from Friday through May. Our innovative students will also take over The News-Gazette’s Snapchat account to go behind the scenes, including today at St. Thomas More’s ...

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Opera arrangements, symphony numbers and worship standards highlight the fall musical program

Musical performances at the MC this fall will be enriched by the presence of community members in the audience, according to Dr. Benjamin Williams, president of music. Please note that this article contains affiliate links and any sales made through such links will reward MageeNews.com a small commission – at no additional cost to you. After an exclusive 2020-21 musical ...

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Faith in Hope: Ephrata’s musician merges talent with cancer research funding

Mary Loeffelbein is a recording artist, cult leader, parent, grandparent, and owner of her own music studio, Mary Loeffelbein Studio, where she teaches piano, voice, composition and improvisation to students. In June, Loeffelbein had the opportunity to submit one of his songs, “Am I the One,” for Music Beats Cancer, a campaign that appeals to emerging musicians to help raise ...

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Online tuition courses for your children, based on holistic education!

SINGAPORE, September 17, 2021– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Singapore is rightly called the “world within one city” because it truly offers the harmonious and wonderful fusion of different cultures, languages ​​and customs. While it translates into a world class lifestyle, it presents a unique challenge in itself. Have you ever found yourself looking for a qualified and knowledgeable online tutor who ...

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Met Opera Opening Night Livestream and Steinway & Sons Presents: THE 5 BROWNS LIVE

Capital One City Parks Foundation SummerStage is delighted to announce two new free partner performances this month. On Monday, September 27, a free premiere of the Metropolitan Opera’s opening night, Fire Shut Up in My Bones by Terence Blanchard, will be broadcast live in Marcus Garvey Park in Harlem. The next day, Tuesday, September 28, Steinway & Sons will present ...

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New book compiles the life and music of fiddler David Kaynor

Before his death on June 1 from a prolonged illness, David Kaynor had huge success in this region, the country and beyond. Yet Montague’s overwhelming array of violinist, teacher, and dance-master talent has perhaps been overlooked by many outside of a core group of musicians and dancers. But a new book, published just weeks after his death on June 1, ...

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José González on his education and his new album “Local Valley”

José González on his education and his new album “Local Valley” My global audience Sep 16, 2021 By Jake Uitti Photograph by Peter Toggeth / Mikel Cee Karlsson Web exclusivity Internationally renowned musician José González is one of those artists who shows such a complex and discreet touch with his work that it becomes an obsession for his listeners. Each ...

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Essential piano accessories: everything you need to start playing the piano

Buying a piano is fun, exciting, and inspiring – thinking about piano accessories isn’t. That said, the accompanying accessories we recommend here can make a real difference to your overall gaming experience and shouldn’t be overlooked. Most people will spend a lot of time researching what the best piano for them. Weighing the benefits of getting off the digital piano ...

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“Sweet Sounds of Equality” brings together star artists at the John Brown House

A lineup of artists from northeastern Ohio will perform at the Summit County Historical Society’s Sweet Sounds of Equality Concert on Sunday at the John Brown House grounds at 514 Diagonal Road in Akron. The Outdoor Concert is a fundraiser that will benefit the Statue and Sojourner Truth Square outside United Way Headquarters in downtown North High Street and John ...

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NSU professor Paul Forsyth and Chialing Hsieh to perform new works in recital on September 24

Saxophonist Paul Forsyth and pianist Chialing Hsieh will present a recital “Première: New Works for Saxophone and Piano” on Friday, September 24 at 6 pm in the Magale Recital Hall. Admission is free and open to the public. Those present are requested to respect the university regulations and to wear a mask at all times in the building. The program ...

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Raleigh teacher becomes NCMA artist in residence

RALEIGH, NC – Carolyn Colquitt has always had a love for music. “I got my first piano when I was 2 or 3, started lessons when I was 4 and have been in love with it ever since,” said Colquitt. What would you like to know Carolyn Colquitt is the first artist in residence in the 74-year history of the ...

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A room to know – The Scarlet and Black

Allison [email protected] Some may find its winding hallways, maze-like basement, and endless rehearsal rooms intimidating, but for Grinnell Fine Arts graduates, the Bucksbaum Center for the Arts feels right at home. Lucy Polyak `23, who has a double major in theater, dance and history, described“ Bux ”as“ endearing and heartwarming… it is as it is meant to be. It looks ...

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Playwrights’ Center announces 2021-22 season; Crooners presents ‘Rondo’ 56 ‘: Souvenir of St. Paul’s Black Main Street’

The Playwright Center announced its 50th season, a feat for a nonprofit arts organization, even at the best of times. PWC serves, supports and advocates for playwrights, launches careers, promotes new plays for production in theaters across the country, provides grants and scholarships, collaborates with theaters locally and nationally, and maintains a membership of thousands of playwrights all over the ...

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Maltese classical composers receive well-deserved attention

Maltese classical music compositions were the showcase for this year’s edition of Inclassica’s International classical piano competition with its participants and eventual winner performing pieces by Malta’s most famous composers. Taking place in Dubai, far from Malta due to the limitations of COVID-19, the performance was the culmination of a two-year project, which saw 14 preliminary competitions held at prestigious ...

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Simply Piano allows all my children to win musically

My kids are amazing and unique with their interests and personalities, but most of the time I feel like I keep cats. My oldest is in college and the twins have just entered 3rd grade. The age gap is narrow enough that they often like the same things, but far enough that they still differ; oh, and far enough away ...

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Two musicians take the stage with beautiful music – The Parthenon

After a one-and-a-half-year hiatus, two musician professors from Marshall University took to the stage on Sunday with a recreation of romantic era sonatas at the Joan C. Edwards Playhouse. The students were greeted at 3 p.m. for a free performance by professors Solen Dikener, who plays the cello and Johan Botes, who plays the piano. “What we hope to achieve ...

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6 back-to-office gadgets you didn’t know you needed

Whether it’s a focus tracker or a laptop UV disinfectant, these products are also perfect for the student in your life! #newdaynw Are you back in the office and feel like you could use some new gadgets to make it more fun? Or maybe you have a student who needs new technology to help them with their homework online. Steve ...

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Marjorie Lee Corrine (Hollerud) Teasdale | Waukesha obituary

WAUKESHA Marjorie Lee Corrine (Hollerud) Teasdale February 12, 1933 – September 7, 2021 Marjorie Lee Corrine (Hollerud) Teasdale, 88, of Waukesha, passed away suddenly with all of her family by her side on Tuesday, September 7, 2021, at Waukesha Memorial Hospital. Marjorie was born on February 12, 1933, in Glenwood City, to Edgar and Camilla (Nelson) Hollerud. Marjorie grew up ...

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One year is 365 days

A gap year sounds sexy, doesn’t it? It’s getting more and more popular, but it’s still unconventional enough to justify the fascination of others when you tell them about it. It’s a badge of honor that you proudly wear on your sleeve to let the world know that you’re not afraid to stop and take the time to think about ...

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The best apps in the test: from back trainer to audiobook player to piano teacher

The best apps in the test: from back trainer to audiobook player to piano teacher Health & Lifestyle Apps: Cooking, Exercise, Back Training Leisure and recreation applications: astronomy, outdoor activities, photography and audiobooks Applications for learning instruments and for school The Play Store and the App Store are a good thing: they offer exciting programs with which smartphones can, for ...

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Bringing the Music Back: Central Basin Community Concert Series Returns to Stage Tonight

While the venue may be different to start the season, the quality of performances and community enthusiasm will be the same as the Central Basin Community Concert Association hosts its first performance since the pandemic on Friday night. Award-winning duo Shea-Kim, consisting of classical musicians Brendan Shea and Yerin Kim, will begin the concert series this evening at 7 p.m. ...

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As ROLI ends, what happens next?

When ROLI filed for administration on September 3, 2021, the news did not come as a huge shock to industry watchers. London-based developer of Seaboard MIDI keyboards, Blocks, and more recently the creator of the LUMI consumer keyboard and app, was struggling financially. His most recent accounts, filed in 2019, show pre-tax losses of £ 34.1million on income of £ ...

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Brown braid. Two fingers on each hand and learn to play the piano.

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) – Take a close look at 10-year-old Braiden Brown. He has two fingers on each hand. On March 19, 2019, Braiden’s family say he was the victim of a horrific lawnmower accident in Lincolnton. He was airlifted to Levine Children’s Hospital, underwent emergency surgery, and then spent nearly a month undergoing further surgeries, skin transplants and rehabilitation. ...

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Ratan Tata is going to learn the piano again because “No age is too late”

When it comes to chasing dreams, age is no obstacle. Business mogul Ratan Tata illustrated this in his latest post on social media. If you follow the industrialist on social media platforms, you’ve probably come across several of his insightful posts. From mind-blowing nostalgic memories and life trivia to social cause posts, the businessman’s social media page is a gold ...

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NXIVM co-founder sentenced to 3.5 years in sex slave case

NEW YORK (AP) – A former nurse who co-founded and once led the NXIVM group, where prosecutors say some women have been brainwashed, branded as animals and forced to have sex, has was sentenced Wednesday to 42 months in prison but didn’t be locked up until January. Nancy Salzman, former president and co-founder of NXIVM, must also pay a fine ...

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Find intimacy through introspection with Clairo’s Sling

23-year-old American singer-songwriter Claire Cottrill, known professionally as Clairo, is back with her second album Sling. The album was co-produced by Jack Antonoff, who worked with Taylor Swift and Lorde. Constantly evolving and learning, Clairo has been releasing covers and music for a decade now. Following her 2019 indie-pop chamber album Immunity, the young artist’s rise to prominence came quickly, ...

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Alberto Vilar, arts patron convicted of fraud, dies at age 80

Alberto W. Vilar, an opera-loving fund manager who used his fortune to become a notorious patron but fell from grace when he reneged on his promises and was ultimately jailed for defrauding clients, is died Saturday at his home in Reines. He was 80 years old. Her sister and only immediate survivor, Carole Vilar Williams, said the cause was a ...

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Ratan Tata publishes articles on learning the piano, Internet users love it | Tendency

Ratan Tata mentions in his Instagram post that he learned “a bit of the piano as a young boy”. Ratan Tata is known for posting interesting articles on his Instagram page. From gorgeous throwback images to animal adoption shares, Tata’s posts often win the hearts of internet users. His recent post is no different. Tata Sons President Emeritus just shared ...

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Best Nintendo Switch apps: Pokemon TV, Hulu, etc.

Nintendo Switch is first and foremost a gaming console. While competitors like the Xbox Series X and PS5 offer plenty of entertainment options outside of gaming, the Switch has remained a gaming software-focused platform since its inception. launch in 2017. However, that doesn’t mean the Switch doesn’t have gaming apps worth downloading. For example, Nintendo recently added the Pokemon TV ...

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AR Piano-App is like Guitar Hero for piano

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A warning for the new roaring twenties

“THE WILD PARTY”, although it fills a book, is actually not very long. It only takes about an hour to read aloud, something worth doing, even if you’re alone and the empty corners of the room are your only audience. It sounds like a spoken word performance, a distant ancestor of slam poetry and the Beats (it’s fitting that William ...

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Classic Album of the Week: “Piano Lessons” by Christoph Eschenbach

September 6, 2021. Just as student-athletes watch the movements of Olympians for inspiration, student pianists benefit from a pro’s interpretation of the songs they learn. In Piano lessons, acclaimed pianist and conductor Christoph Eschenbach travels through the repertoire that forms the backbone of the development of many piano students, from beginners to beginners in this new 16-CD set from Deutsche ...

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Signature moves with Sean Bankhead

Last year, when Cardi B’s team reached out to choreographer Sean Bankhead to help her create dances for the “Up” music video, he asked her if she had two months to devote to their apprenticeship. It turns out she did. Mr. Bankhead wasted no time. The dance, with its lunges, jumps and squats, feels like something straight out of a ...

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How the Canterbury Caravan group created a new sound that still influences musicians 50 years later

In the late 1960s, a group called Caravan pioneered a new sound that would later provide them with worldwide cult status among aficionados. And it all started in tents pitched in a field next to a village hall near Canterbury, where four young men rehearsed, until a recording contract allowed them to move into a bungalow. Progressive rock band Caravan ...

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Wolfgang Van Halen on Trolling Van Halen Fan Management

Wolfgang Van Halen is very active on social networks. Unfortunately, he often deals with Van Halen fans who often troll his accounts for various reasons. Of course, Wolfgang never has a problem fighting back and putting a troll in his place. (It’s true that it’s part of the fun to follow him on Twitter or Instagram.) As an example, Wolfgang’s ...

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ROLI enters the administration; CEO Roland Lamb Launches New Music Technology Company Luminary

ROLI, the UK music technology startup, has been placed into receivership, citing a smaller than expected market for its products. The news comes despite the company having received money from the UK government to help it survive the pandemic. Company founder and CEO Roland Lamb is now planning to start a new company, Luminary, which will focus on LUMI, ROLI’s ...

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Yousician music education app launches new courses taught by Metallica and Jason Mraz

Image Credit: Yousician Learn the songs you love by taking music lessons with the artists themselves, with the new Spotlight lessons from the Yousician music app. The Yousician Music App makes learning musical instruments accessible and fun for musicians of all skill levels, through interactive gameplay. Now users can learn songs from their favorite artists, taught by the artists who ...

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How to donate to support local teachers or submit a project for funding – NBC Connecticut

Each year, teachers in our community are faced with the challenge of obtaining the materials they need for their students to be successful. NBC Connecticut and Telemundo Connecticut are once again proud to partner with DonorsChoose for this year Support our schools campaign. We’ll highlight Connecticut teachers who have requested class and learning materials on DonorsChoose.org. DonorsChoose is a platform ...

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