Monthly Archives: October 2021

From the basement to the stars

[ad_1] “Behind the Byline” introduces you to those who write stories, take photos, design pages and edit the content we deliver in our print editions and on pressdemocrat.com. We are more than journalists. As you will see, we are also your neighbors with unique backgrounds and experiences that proudly live in Sonoma County. Today we introduce you to art and ...

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Hong Kong police arrest 32 people for selling their bank accounts to crooks who used them to launder $ 1.2 million

[ad_1] Hong Kong police arrested 32 people for selling their bank accounts to fraudsters who then used them to launder more than HK $ 9 million (US $ 1.2 million) in proceeds of crime. Twelve domestic helpers were among the five men and 27 women arrested when police staged a cyber-deception operation in the Western District from Sunday to Thursday, ...

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What are employers looking for?

[ad_1] It’s internship season. In B schools and colleges, students polish their resumes, rehearse for interviews, and dream of fancy CTCs. Companies are recovering from a few bad neighborhoods, with a renewed vigor and determination to hire great talent. But who is this great talent? What are employers looking for? How do leaders seek out future leaders? Let’s start with ...

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MUBI GO unveils New York’s first line of theatrical selections

[ad_1] Earlier this month, it was announced that MUBI is launching MUBI GO, a curated cinematic experience for $ 10.99 per month. A handpicked film will be shown each week and subscribers will not only receive a ticket for the selection, but also for the entire MUBI streaming platform. The launch is scheduled in New York from this Friday, October ...

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Fun hobbies to start at home

[ad_1] Publication displays: 77 For many people today, working from home is now the new “normal”. However, that doesn’t mean that you won’t get a little crazy being stuck in one place all the time. After all, when you work from home, you are stuck most of the day indoors. One of the best ways to break your routine and ...

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A 25-year anniversary in preparation

[ad_1] On Thursday, October 14, more than 100 people gathered at the Atlantic Union Bank Center to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the JMU Lifelong Learning Institute. The program, founded in the fall of 1996 by JMU professors Dr Cecil Bradfield and R. Ann Meyers, provides a vibrant learning community for seniors. Carol Fleming, Associate Dean of the School of ...

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Downtown New York drummer and team Dee Pop dies at 65

[ad_1] Besides his brother, he is survived by his mother; one sister, Tara Papadopoulos; one daughter, Nikki Ziolkowski; one son, Charlie Papadopoulos; and a granddaughter. Two weddings, with Elizabeth Vogdes and the musician called Deerfrance, ended in divorce. In the late 90s, Mr. Pop started accommodation a weekly performance series that roamed the East Village featuring cutting-edge live music. He ...

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Violin recitals in the time of Covid (2021 edition)

[ad_1] 25 October 2021, 12:04 With the return of schools across the country, the reopening of professional performance venues to the in-person audience, and the pandemic not yet over, music teachers are faced with the question: how can we facilitate experiences. meaningful, safe and inclusive performance for our students this year? I have mostly questions and a few answers from ...

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Here are some of the best SharePlay apps for iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1

[ad_1] Apple today released iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1 with support for the new SharePlay feature that allows users to interact with content together through FaceTime. Apple offers its own apps for SharePlay like TV and Fitness, but there is a plethora of third-party apps with SharePlay support available for download right now. The latest version of the LookUp dictionary ...

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Akshay Oberoi begins to learn piano as part of preparation | Bollywood

[ad_1] Actor says music is a pretty big part of his life and uses it to slip under a character’s skin Actor Akshay Oberoi is currently busy taking piano lessons to slip under the skin of a pianist for his upcoming project. The actor says he’s always loved music and is “excited” to finally be able to learn an instrument. ...

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Rachel Hélène Young | Obituary

[ad_1] CAP GIRARDEAU, Missouri – Rachael Helen Young, 86, of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, died of this life on Wednesday, October 20, 2021 in South East Hospital, surrounded by her family. She was born on November 3, 1934 in Garden City, Kansas, to Leslie Harold and Helen Halleck (Tubbs) Pennington. During the dust bowl days of western Kansas, his family moved ...

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Lyft report cites higher number of sexual assaults: NPR

[ad_1] Cars that are part of the Lyft carpooling fleet can be found a lot in Denver on April 30, 2020. The company says more than 1,800 sexual assaults were reported by bikers in 2019, and the number of incidents has sharply increased these last years. . David Zalubowski / AP hide caption toggle legend David Zalubowski / AP Cars ...

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Tori Amos on the creation of her sixteenth studio album Ocean To Ocean | Music | Entertainment

[ad_1] Tori Amos says performance is in her “life blood” (Image: Scott Dudelson / Getty) Tori fell in love with England’s most basic county, with its rugged landscapes and powerful myths, as a teenager, addicted to Cornish folklore, Arthurian legends and fantasy novels. Born in North Carolina, the flaming haired pop pixie moved there 22 years ago and lives outside ...

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How Trump is using a PSPC to fund a new social media business

[ad_1] After decades of bankruptcies, defaults, trade disputes and business failures – not to mention a polarizing presidency that ended with a violent mob storming Capitol Hill – Donald J. Trump has been shunned by much of American business. Today, thanks to one of Wall Street’s hottest fads, the former president has managed to sidestep that tarnished reputation and gain ...

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Words of (and to) the wise men

[ad_1] Judy Pease “To me, I find three things to be most important in retirement: keeping my mind active through education, my body through activity and exercise, and trying to make some contribution. Prior to my retirement, I learned about LIFE (Learning Is ForEver), which is a lifelong learning program of the RCTC. I continue to take classes and am ...

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An Arctic Expedition – The New York Times

[ad_1] Adapting to climate change can be a difficult subject to discuss. Thinking about how society will adapt to the consequences of climate change seems like defeatism. The most pressing question, according to many scientists, is what the United States and the world will do to minimize the damage. Without aggressive action to reduce carbon emissions over the next decade, ...

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Paso Robles Paderewski Festival announces the winners of the 2021 Youth Piano Competition • News Atascadero

[ad_1] The recital will take place at Cass Winery PASO ROBLES – The 2021 Paderewski Festival returns to live concerts, open to the public at various venues in and around Paso Robles, from November 5 to 7. The Paderewski Patrons and Friends of Paderewski passes as well as general public tickets are now available on paderewskifest.com. One of the festival’s ...

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Advertising Week Daily: Peloton compares to Netflix, Outback teams up with college athletes

[ad_1] Renaissance of the context The context is making a comeback, or perhaps it never left? In a Wednesday Advertising Week panel titled “Content, Context and Cookies,” David Cohen, CEO of the Interactive Advertising Bureau, spoke to Pamela Drucker Mann of Condé Nast and Marc Toulemonde of L’Oréal USA to explain why, as Cohen puts it, “the context is experiencing ...

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Marian Brisbee obituary (1940 – 2021) – Allegany, NY

[ad_1] ALLEGANY, NY – Marian L. Brisbee, 80, of Allegany, passed away with her loving family by her side Sunday, October 17, 2021 at Olean General Hospital, Olean.Born November 21, 1940 in Burtville, Pennsylvania, she was the daughter of Warren E. and Doris Burt Tripp. Doris was a direct descendant of the first white male child born in Potter County; ...

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“They are students in crisis”: educators grapple with bad student behavior

[ad_1] By Peter D’Auria / VTDigger Since starting school about six weeks ago, students at Bristol Primary School have smashed the school piano, smashed computers and dented cars in the parking lot. In the Missisquoi Valley school district, more staff could be added to handle a slight increase in hazing, harassment and bullying investigations. And at a recent Addison Central ...

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British songwriting genius Leslie Bricusse behind Willy Wonka and Goldfinger dies aged 90

[ad_1] Leslie Bricusse’s only connection to the show business was that her grandmother had cleaned the steps of the Apollo Theater, opposite Victoria Station. Incredibly, at the time of his death yesterday at the age of 90, Bricusse was the composer and lyricist of over 40 successful musicals on stage and on screen. He was nominated for ten Oscars, winning ...

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Find 8 great restaurants right near the College of Charleston

[ad_1] Charleston is well known as a culinary paradise, with award-winning restaurants around every corner and celebrity chefs miles away – but sometimes when you’re staaaaaaaarving it’s hard to make a decision. Here, The College today breaks down what’s available around the College of Charleston campus for a quick bite between classes or places to bring your family or friends ...

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Closing arguments end for Bloomington piano teacher accused of sexually assaulting students

[ad_1] BLOOMINGTON, Ill. (WMBD) – Aaron Parlier knew his victim was under 13 when he filmed and engaged in sex acts with her because he started giving her piano lessons when he was six , prosecutors said in oral argument on Tuesday. Bloomington piano teacher Parlier, 40, is on trial for one of six victims he has been accused of ...

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Learn Piano The Right Way With These Helpful Tips

[ad_1] Learning an instrument can be one of the hardest things you can do. When you have the interest, however, it does make the process a little easier. If you are looking to learn the piano, you must have the right ideas for how to go about it – the right manners. You might need a few tips that will ...

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College of Arts and Sciences inducts 4 into Hall of Fame

[ad_1] LEXINGTON, Ky. (October 18, 2021) – Three alumni and a faculty member were inducted into the University of Kentucky College of Arts and Sciences Hall of Fame at a ceremony on campus last Friday. Now in its 22nd year, the Hall of Fame recognizes alumni and faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences who have made significant contributions ...

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Lawsuit pending for Bloomington piano teacher accused of assaulting students

[ad_1] DISCLAIMER: Reader’s discretion is advised due to the graphic nature of the story. BLOOMINGTON, Ill. (WMBD) – A Bloomington piano teacher accused of producing child pornography and engaging in sex with minors began the first of six trials on Monday. Aaron Parlier, 40, is on trial for one of six victims he has been accused of assaulting. The victim’s ...

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Adele releases touching comeback single ‘Easy On Me’ E! News UK

[ad_1] British soul diva Adele released comeback single “Easy On Me” on Friday, in which she shares with the world the details of the traumatic six years she has endured since the last release of a record. During that time, the 33-year-old megastar said she experienced a “year of anxiety” in which her marriage fell apart. While her voice hasn’t ...

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Harrisville native comfortable leading the pack | Local News

[ad_1] When the starting pistol shot fired at the Clarence DeMar Marathon in Gilsum at 7 a.m. sharp on Sunday, September 26, Conor Sleith sprinted past the peloton. Wearing bright orange socks and painted athletic nails the same color under his running gloves – a lucky habit he acquired for running – the Harrisville native, 35, dominated the entire course ...

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Letters, October 16 – Winnipeg Free Press

[ad_1] Harassment on buses Re: City seeks to help homeless people who need a bus pass (October 13) As a student at the University of Winnipeg who often uses the bus, I was alarmed that the article in question described Winnipeg’s transit system as something accessible and welcoming. for people without stable housing. This is grossly misleading. I have witnessed ...

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Two Pittsfield seniors honored with Superintendent’s Award / iBerkshires.com

[ad_1] William Garrity of Taconic High School, left, and Elodie Thériault of Pittsfield High School were introduced by Superintendent Joseph Curtis at Wednesday’s school committee meeting. The students are the best in their classes and have received the annual Superintendent’s Award. PITTSFIELD, Mass .– Two seniors, one from each of the city’s high schools, were honored for their top academics ...

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When will your October payment appear? – CBS Denver

[ad_1] (CBS Detroit) – The fourth payment of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) child tax credit comes out tomorrow. But many parents want to know when exactly the money will be deposited. Last month’s checks began arriving on the morning of September 15 for those who received direct deposit, or soon after for those who received it in the mail. ...

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Becker rocks for “Roadkill” while sharing his passion for music – MSU Reporter

[ad_1] Few can say that they wrote memoirs on touring with their own rock band. But at Minnesota State University, Mankato’s English professor Robin Becker can. Having taught creative writing since 2014, Becker takes a sabbatical to write his memoir, “Road Kill,” based on his post-high school experience playing guitar for cash along the West Coast and South. -west with ...

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When does your October payment arrive? – CBS Chicago

[ad_1] (CBS Detroit) – The fourth payment of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) child tax credit comes out later this week. But parents want to know when exactly the money will be deposited. Last month’s check arrived on September 15 for those who made a direct deposit, or shortly after for those who received it in the mail. This month’s ...

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Piano Academy by Yokee Music by Yokee Music

[ad_1] The fastest, most fun way to learn to play the piano! Piano Academy is for anyone looking to learn piano from scratch or those with prior knowledge who want to continue learning by practicing playing along with their favorite songs. Piano Academy offers an on-screen touchscreen keyboard so you can start playing straight away. The app also supports MIDI ...

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University of Mobile: Kadisha Onalbayeva, professor of music at the University of Mobile, inducted into the Steinway & Sons Faculty Hall of Fame

[ad_1] MOBILE, Alabama – The director of piano studies and music teacher at the university Alabama School of the Arts was nominated by the Steinway Piano Gallery in Spanish Fort, Alabama. “Your passionate commitment to teaching and inspiring young people in their study of piano music is commendable and rare,” said Gavin English, president of Steinway & Sons Americas. The ...

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Questlove’s Passion – The New York Times

[ad_1] Questlove in 1975 at a salon in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania.Credit…Courtesy of Questlove By the time he started elementary school, Thompson had spent more time on the road with adults than in Philadelphia with children his age. When his freshman class had to bring music to school, he chose “Why Fools Fall In Love,” by Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers, ...

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EPCC computer professor honored during Hispanic Heritage Month

[ad_1] Dr. Christian Servin, Associate Professor of Computer Science at El Paso Community College (EPCC), received a 2021 National Achievement Awards Corporation (HENAAC) Hispanic Engineering Award at the Great Minds in STEM Annual Virtual Conference (GMiS). This award in the category of the most promising engineering degree is awarded for distinction in education. He recognizes Servin as a role model ...

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Man Returns Wallet in Barnegat, NJ Acme

[ad_1] These days, it seems people are only using social media to argue. So it was incredibly refreshing to find this heartwarming story in a local Facebook group. Listen to Diana Tyler’s Nights on 92.7 WOBM and download our free 92.7 WOBM app. We need more people like this in Ocean County. A user in the Canton of Barnegat Facebook ...

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Inverurie Music announces a new concert season

[ad_1] Meera Maharaj performs as part of the Maharaj Degavino Duo in Inverurie. Following the popular and successful outdoor concert at Castle Fraser in July, Inverurie Music is delighted to announce the launch of its 2021-22 concert season with a recital by the flute / piano ensemble Maharaj Degavino Duo in church St Andrew, Inverurie on Saturday October. 23. Doors ...

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Maria Callas statue revealed in Athens

[ad_1] The bronze statue of legendary opera singer Maria Callas was discovered on Friday evening in Roberto Galli Park in central Athens. The statue was unveiled by the mayor of Athens, Kostas Bakoyannis, in the presence of the Maria Callas Greek Society, which commissioned the work of art from sculptor Aphrodite Liti. Aphrodite said: “It includes many references to the ...

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Best Metaverse Actions To Buy Now

[ad_1] Before we dive into the best Metaverse stocks to buy, let’s take a look at the industry as a whole. And it turns out that there is no agreed official definition. In general, the metaverse is a future version of the Internet that is currently under development. It will likely be the combination of the internet, virtual reality, augmented ...

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Jane Macdougall: The Bookless Club discusses life and death, and CDs

[ad_1] Breadcrumb Links Opinion Op-Ed Books Jane Macdougall and the Bookless Club reflect on life-changing decisions Author of the article: Jane macdougall Release date : 08 Oct 2021 • 24 minutes ago • 6 minutes to read • Join the conversation Jane Macdougall and the Bookless Club reflect on life-changing decisions. For the 1009 col macdougall. [PNG Merlin Archive] Photo ...

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‘She Inspired Us All’: CWU Music Lecturer Dies After COVID-19 Battle | New

[ad_1] ELLENSBURG, Washington – The Central Washington University (CWU) community mourns the loss of one of their own. Longtime academic and music teacher Maria Roditeleva-Wibe, 58, died after fight COVID-19 October 2. Roditeleva-Wibe worked at the university for over 20 years, having an eternal impact on thousands of students. “She was very passionate about pushing her students to really learn ...

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NY Charter School prepares students for basketball careers

[ad_1] For now, it’s housed in what was once a Catholic school, and on a recent afternoon last month, students were preparing for the Regents exams. In a math class, a teacher used Stephen Curry’s 3-point pointer bow to explain a parable. In another class, students interviewed each other for an audiovisual journalism project, focusing on basketball. The idea is ...

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Joy Crookes’ introspective soul digs deep under her “skin”

[ad_1] LONDON – Joy Crookes knew she was making a statement by naming her debut album ‘Skin’. “It’s one of the strongest parts of our body,” said the 22-year-old singer-songwriter. But “in every other way, socially and externally, it’s used against us,” she added in a recent interview in her London apartment, tucked away on the couch with the Kama ...

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Ruth Yates obituary (1937 – 2021) – Casey, IL

[ad_1] Ruth Emaline Carroll Yates August 6, 1937 – October 3, 2021 CASEY – Ruth Emaline Carroll Yates, 84, of Casey, IL died at home on Sunday October 3, 2021 at 3:15 am She was born August 6, 1937 to Loto Hazel Whittinghill and Herman Sylvester Carroll in Grandview, IL and the ‘spent the first few years growing up in ...

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10 04 21 Number – LE MERCURY

[ad_1] UTD returns in person | October 4, 2021 After six weeks of de-densified teaching, the UTD administration decided to bring the campus back to full density. Classes will return full-time in person starting October 4, and faculty have had the option to discontinue use of most e-learning components, including online lectures and recordings. live. The… UTD Names First Hispanic ...

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Meet NYU Stern’s MBA Class in 2023

[ad_1] “It’s a finance school. It is not difficult to translate: niche and limited. This means that you are great at one area, but your graduates can only do one thing. And that’s a label on every urban MBA program on the East Coast, including New York University’s Stern School of Business.. And Stern will take the label, even if ...

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New Chamber Ballet dancer and founder Lois Ellyn dies

[ad_1] Lois Ellyn, ballet dancer, choreographer, teacher and founder and artistic director of the New Chamber Ballet in Fullerton, Calif., Died on Saturday, August 28, 2021, just weeks after directing the production of the ballet. A little night dance, at the Muckenthaler Cultural Center in Fullerton. Ellyn was born Lois Margaret Ellen Smith on June 19, 1924, to Edith Baldwin ...

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Low Cut Connie from Philly returns to concerts at White Eagle Hall

[ad_1] Throughout the pandemic, Low Cut Connie of Philadelphia is reportedly performing live from her home during her online series, Touch Cookies, with a few outdoor concerts to kick off. Last week, the group just played their first indoor concert since the start of the pandemic. It was in Atlanta. This week, they will be performing at White Eagle Hall ...

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The end of a “golden age”: China brings business to a halt

[ad_1] Chinese tech companies are reeling from regulation. Nervous creditors are hoping for a bailout from China’s biggest developer. More and more executives are going to prison. An entire industry is shutting down. For Chinese leader Xi Jinping, this is all part of the plan. Under Xi, China is reshaping the way businesses operate and limiting the power of rulers. ...

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Voccent CEO Victor Brunko explains how the non-ML approach reduces barriers to learning a new language

[ad_1] (Photo: Victor Brunko, CEO of Voccent, explains how the non-ML approach reduces barriers to learning a new language) Language is probably one of the most natural skills for human beings. Companies have spent years making their process of learning languages ​​as easy and straightforward as possible for people. In recent years, innovative technologies have revolutionized many areas of our ...

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UMFK professor’s works included in an international festival

[ad_1] Dr Scott Brickman Dr Brickman (Courtesy of UMFK) Dr Brickman (Courtesy of UMFK) Contributed • October 5, 2021 University of Maine at Fort Kent Professor of Music and Education Dr. Scott Brickman The music was performed at an international music festival. On June 29, the Spillaert Trio (piano, violin, ‘cello) premiered Dievs by Brickman (2020) as part of the ...

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Olivia Rodrigo on Growth, Britney Spears and Being Seen

[ad_1] What this means for the human Olivia is that she has reached a level of fame where she has become an avatar for larger conversations. She is the photo at the top of the article. But what is the defense for? “It’s tricky,” said Olivia, careful with her wording. “Writing songs about how I feel has always been easy ...

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Student vision: an emblem of progress | MSU Today

[ad_1] Mengyao Zhao has completed his doctorate in solo piano performance and is now working on a second doctorate in musical arts in collaborative piano in the College of Music. The following student view is repurposed content from Zhao’s remarks at the official opening of the Billman Music Pavilion. When I applied to be accepted to Michigan State, I knew ...

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Roland GO reviews: PIANO 88 | MusicRadar

[ad_1] THE BEST OFFERS OF THE DAY Roland GO review: PIANO 88: what is it? All beginner piano players are faced with the same dilemma: do you buy a piano right away or do you start with one of the best keyboards for beginners and progress from there? While keyboards can be an inexpensive option, the small nature of the ...

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Pianist and composer Jeremiah Klarman revel in Jewish and gospel music

[ad_1] Jeremiah Klarman is a musician musician. The 28-year-old pianist and New England Conservatory (NEC) graduate is a mainstay of Temple Emanuel’s Shabbat Alive, a Friday night service celebrating prayer with music. On a given Friday night, Klarman can be found at the keyboard in what he described as “happily praying with my fingers”. Never miss the best stories and ...

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Trio Solace will give a benefit concert at RVCC

[ad_1] Raritan Valley Community College’s Department of Arts and Design will present a concert on October 17 with Trio Solace. The trio includes Jacob Savransky on piano, Edward Li on violin and Mark Serkin on cello. The event, which is open to the public, will take place at 2 p.m. at the Welpe Theater on RVCC’s Branchburg campus and will ...

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Steinway artist from Kazakhstan to give free piano concert in Saint Ambrose

[ad_1] An internationally renowned pianist will give a free concert and master class Friday as part of the Casual Classics II series at St. Ambrose University. Steinway artist Kadisha Onalbaeyva will perform at 5 p.m. in the Madsen Hall, Galvin Fine Arts Center, Davenport. Its program will feature music by Liszt, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Coleman, Uzenbayeva and his own work, followed ...

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After a last minute meeting, a wake-up call

[ad_1] Cortney norris and Thomas Lowery weren’t supposed to go on a date. Ms. Norris, 38, a Latin teacher at Dalton School on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, had a friend scheduled to see the live recording of the Mortified Podcast in March 2018. Mr. Lowery, 35, video producer at Ted Productions, was also supposed to meet a friend ...

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New Music New Haven returns to in-person performances

[ad_1] After a year of prerecorded virtual concerts, New Music New Haven’s live concert on Sunday will feature work by student composers and two teaching composers. Sarah cook 12:44 am, October 04, 2021 Contributing journalist Sarah Cook, collaborating photographer After more than a year of pre-recorded virtual concerts, the New Music New Haven concert series will return live on October ...

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Lucille Graybill (1916 – 2021) obituary – Troutville, VA

[ad_1] Lucille Painter Graybill November 26, 1916 – September 30, 2021 Lucille Painter Graybill (Mrs. EA Graybill Jr.), 104, of Troutville, Va., Passed away peacefully of natural causes on September 30, 2021. Lucille, usually known as Cille, was born in Montebello, Va., The daughter of the late Bland A. and Martha Seaman Painter. Her family moved to Thaxton, Virginia, where ...

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Rubab gives classes at full speed in Hunerkada

[ad_1] ISLAMABAD, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – October 3, 2021): A famous instrument among the Rubab ‘classes of the younger generation is in full swing at the Hunerkada College of Visual and Performing Arts. The courses aim to hone the skills of young talent in playing the centuries-old stringed musical instrument. Speaking to APP, Hunerkada Director Amna Shah said, ...

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Union Hotel Owner Cherishes and Carries Building Legacy Every Day | Local News

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Opportunities to See Art Exhibits or Theater or Enjoy the Outdoors – Loveland Reporter-Herald

[ad_1] From art and theater exhibitions to opportunities to get out into nature, there’s a lot happening in the Loveland area next week. Loveland Art Studio Tour The annual Loveland Art Studios Tour takes place October 9-10 and October 16-17 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at various artist studios around Loveland. Artists from 30 locations will be represented. The ...

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Elton John and Stevie Wonder discuss their first real duo

[ad_1] Wonder, 71, heard John, 74, on the latter’s groundbreaking song, “Your Song” from the 1970s. Likewise, he was instantly a fan. “When I hear [‘Your Song’] it reminded me so much of an expression of love, ”says Wonder. “I said ‘he has a beautiful voice’ and I wanted to hear more of it. I liked playing the piano, I ...

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Learn to play the piano by Learnfield GmbH

[ad_1] Explore the magic of learning to play the piano and discover your own little musical getaway. Join over a million people enjoying interactive piano and keyboard lessons for beginner, intermediate and advanced players. Skoove makes it easy to learn and practice notes, chords and technique. Download today and unlock a more musical you. Brought to you by Apple, Forbes, ...

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Pulse Music is definitely closing its doors after 25 years

[ad_1] September 30 — Pulse Music closed at Logansport on Thursday after 25 years. The store closure at 220 E. Market St. follows owner Randy Varrone who closed his Kokomo store about four years ago. The store specialized in what everyone needed to start their own group. Varrone and his team sold guitars, drums, bass guitars, guitar multi-effects switching systems, ...

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