Monthly Archives: February 2022

American Idol 2022 LIVE – Katy Perry breaks down in tears over Aretha Franklin’s granddaughter Grace season 20 audition

AMERICAN Idol returned for its twentieth season on Sunday night, and the first round of auditions wowed the judges. The premiere of american idolThe 20th season of aired at 8 p.m. ET Sunday on ABC. It featured Aretha Franklin’s granddaughter, Grace, who failed to advance to the next round. Katy, 37, disagreed with the other judges and tried to convince ...

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Campus Events for the Week of February 28 | Campus News

Piano Faculty Recital by Duo Bill Cunliffe and Alison Edwards Cal State Fullerton music teachers Bill Cunliffe and Alison Edwards will perform classical and jazz works, including George Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” and Sergei Rachmaninoff’s “Symphonic Dances.” This faculty recital will be held in the Meng Concert Hall on March 1 at 8 p.m. General tickets are $10 and the ...

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Barry Harris, Pianist and Devoted Bebop Scholar, Dies at 91

Barry Harris, a pianist and educator who was the bebop movement’s resident scholar — and ultimately, one of its last original ambassadors — died Wednesday in North Bergen, NJ. He was 91. His death, in a hospital, was caused by complications from the coronavirus, which exacerbated a number of underlying health conditions, said Howard Rees, his longtime business partner and ...

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The Island of Extraordinary Captives by Simon Parkin Review – Light in Darkness | history books

OWhen war broke out in 1939, the British government faced a gigantic and immediate problem: what to do with the 73,000 Germans and Austrians living in Britain who had become “enemy aliens” overnight. The answer was mass internment, a policy authorized by Churchill within days of taking office as Prime Minister in May 1940. Police from across the country were ...

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Benicia Unified School District superintendent Dr. Charles Young retires after school year ends – Times-Herald

Dr. Charles Young said, “If you can find a profession that matches your values, then you’ve come to the right place.” For more than three decades, Young was well placed, with the last seven years serving as superintendent of the Benicia Unified School District. However, Young decided to step down peacefully as he announced earlier in the month that he ...

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ASU Music Teachers Present “Liszt and His Influence” at the Arizona Chapter of the American Liszt Society Festival

February 24, 2022 The American Liszt Society, AZ Chapter Festival will be held at Arizona State University’s School of Music, Dance and Theater on February 27. The festival, organized by the piano faculty of the School of Music, Dance and Theater Cathal Breslinassociate professor and Robert Hamiltonteacher, explores the impact of Franz Liszt on the future of the piano and ...

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Paul Newman, Common Law and Owning Your Trade: 10 Questions for DLA’s Jackie Park

(Reuters) – DLA Piper’s U.S. co-manager Jackie Park has an array of real estate clients, including ongoing representation from The Walt Disney Company, Capitol Records and AECOM. But when she’s not handling leasing transactions, Park mentors attorneys through DLA Piper’s diversity and inclusion initiatives, including the Women and Lawyers of Color Emerging Leaders programs. We caught up with Park to ...

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The Hugh Jackman-Led Music Man Revival Is Wonderful

How could there be “problems” in River City? How could you go wrong with Broadway superstars Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster leading a massive cast, and all those fabulous, hummable Meredith Willson songs? Lovingly directed by Jerry Zaks, with marvelous choreography by Warren Carlyle, the Broadway revival of “The Music Man” is a rousing celebration. In other words, it’s pretty ...

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A fair chance to have fun and learn – The New Indian Express

By Express press service CHENNAI: As the city returns to some semblance of normalcy with children returning to school after 23 months to set up their ABCs and 123s, Moina Memon has organized a fair for them to focus on after-school activities. The second edition of Creative Learning Fair – a platform to connect Chennai’s creative learning programs with parents ...

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Gatton’s ‘When Scars Become Art’ Becomes PH’s Fastest Growing Song E! News UK

Gatton Rising artist Gatton has seen a recent explosion around his song “When Scars Become Art”, which has quickly become the fastest growing song and one of the biggest in the Philippines. What started as one of the biggest TikTok trends in the country has become a song that has resonated with millions of people across the country. A fan ...

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Lauretta Jean (Lund) Siderius | Daily Inter Lake

Lauretta Jean (Lund) Siderius, passed away peacefully, surrounded by her family, on February 16, 2022, at Willow Place Assisted Living – Newberg, Oregon. Lauretta was born to Gerhard Lund and Ellen Black Lund on March 25, 1934 in Jamestown, North Dakota. One of four children raised in the Sweetgrass Hills of Sunburst, Montana, Lauretta attended North Toole County High School, ...

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Music teachers present a concert on February 27 | Culture & Leisure

The spotlight will be on local music teachers on February 27, when the Lincoln County Oregon Music Teachers Association (OMTA) presents its annual “Spotlight on the Teachers” benefit concert at the Newport Performing Arts Center. Teacher Recitals have been held since the late 1990s, following the arrival in Lincoln County of music teachers Mary Lee Scoville, Jessie Treon and Suzanne ...

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The five biggest tech trends in education and training in 2022

The pace of digital transformation in the education sector has accelerated significantly over the past two years. Every stage of education, from elementary and higher education to vocational and workplace training, has seen a shift towards online and cloud-based delivery platforms. Beyond that, changing industry and workforce needs have led to a sea change in the relationship between adult learners ...

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Channel your inner songwriter with discounted music lessons

Whether you’re a die-hard “little freak” or can listen to old school jazz all day, your love for music runs deep. And after listening to so much music over the years, you’ve thought about writing your own tunes or at least getting a new instrument once in a while. So what’s stopping you? Whether it’s being too expensive or not ...

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Wolverine Stories: Kilee Davis |

My name is Kilee Davis. I am a first generation student studying biotechnology. Born in Blackfoot, Idaho, I was raised primarily by a single mother, who modeled me as an independent and strong woman scientist. In college, I was an avid student and involved in the orchestra, theater, robotics club, piano, and track. I fell in love with science at ...

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Former Goldman banker Roger Ng’s 1MDB trial is about to begin

“Possibly the biggest robbery in the history of the world” Today, former banker Roger Ng is due to stand trial in a Brooklyn courtroom over allegations he encouraged the looting of the massive Malaysian state fund known as 1MDB. The legal proceedings will resurrect a scandal that saw $4 billion stolen from the Malaysian government and tarnished the reputation of ...

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21 Questions: Laurie Simmons

Photo-Illustration: Bordered: Photo: Danielle Barthélemy new YorkThe “21 Questions” column is back with an eye on New York creatives. Laurie Simmons is an American artist, photographer, and filmmaker whose work tells stories of the inner lives of her characters in domestic settings she creates in dollhouses or other interiors of her own making. Simmons is part of the Pictures Generation, ...

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Is DraftKings Stock a Super Bowl Winner?

In Super Bowl 56, the Los Angeles Rams defeated the Cinncinatti Bengals in a thrilling game. At this point the final pass has been thrown and the game is over. Now it’s time for the side game to begin. This side game is mainly about analyzing which Super Bowl commercials have had the most success. It also means following my ...

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Isabelle Huppert does not watch her past films, but she will talk about them

BERLIN — Isabelle Huppert does not like nostalgia. Over her five-decade career, the 68-year-old French actress has appeared in more than 120 films, including recurring collaborations with some of the most important filmmakers in post-war European cinema. Her ability to channel fragile vulnerability, intellectual strength and icy height (often simultaneously) into films like Michael Haneke’s “The Piano Teacher” and Paul ...

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A Custody Battle for an Adopted Boy in the Age of the Internet

From time to time, we learn things at the theater. For example, a recent Playbill cites news articles about Americans using “Yahoo! message boards, Facebook groups and other online sites to “rehouse” unwanted children…”. Most of these children are international adoptees and “between 1 and 5% of adoptions in the United States are legally dissolved each year”. The process is ...

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Celebrating Love @ HBS in 2022 – MBA

Love @ HBS is an annual celebration of the diverse expressions of love that exist on our campus and in the world around us. PRIDE is pleased to present this annual showcase of love stories from the LGBTQ+ community and our wonderful allies here at Harvard Business School. Grace Xaveria (MBA 2022) & Calvin Natanael (MBA 2023) Calvin and I ...

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Ivan Reitman rewrote the rules of genre cinema with Ghostbusters

Compare the $61 million gross of “An American Werewolf in London,” a cult classic released in 1981, with the $295 million lifetime gross of “Ghostbusters”, and it becomes clear that there was a lot more than inflation with this particular genre. Even “Gremlins,” another horror-comedy that hit theaters the same day as “Ghostbusters,” June 8, 1984, only grossed about half ...

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Singing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star helps five-year-old battle brain tumor through music therapy with Ellenor of Gravesend charity

A five-year-old girl battling a brain tumor sang Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star to get her through the toughest times. Olivia Taylor was just 17 months old when she was diagnosed and had to endure grueling treatment, but weekly music therapy with Ellenor Hospice in Gravesend is helping her cope. Olivia Taylor and Ellie Fletcher in music therapy session With the ...

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Is there a second part to your lie in April?

I had a lump in my throat and something flew into my eyes, or maybe I looked too much ‘Your lie in April.’ Remember how you felt the first time you saw “The Fault in Our Stars”? Multiply that bittersweet feeling by ten, and that’s precisely how you’ll feel once you’ve finished watching all 22 episodes of “Your Lie in ...

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Day, Sr., Larry Benton – NRVNews

Larry Benton Day, father of Narrows, Va., returned home to be with his lord on Thursday, February 10, 2022, at his home. A longtime resident of Narrows, Larry was born on April 18, 1947 to the late Perry Allen Day, Sr and Pauline Robertson Day. Larry was a 1965 graduate of Narrows High School and was a volunteer firefighter with ...

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Piano (Pianoforte) Market Outlook 2029 – Sox Sphere

New Jersey, United States,- This Piano Market (Pianoforte) The report includes an in-depth competitive analysis with the aim of estimating financial growth and maximizing the company’s profit potential. It helps in making reasonable investment decisions based on consumer needs. It also forecasts the overall growth of the market over the years 2022-2029. It displays objective data useful for professional industry ...

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The Santa Rosa Symphony Orchestra will shed light on the black composer’s “lost” work

When pianist Michelle Cann takes center stage this weekend with the Santa Rosa Symphony Orchestra, she’ll put her talent for musical storytelling to the test. She’ll be playing Florence Price’s Piano Concerto in One Movement, which not only covers a lot of ground in 20 minutes, but also has quite the backstory. “You have to put so much character and ...

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How to Add Additional Sound Packs to GarageBand on iPhone or iPad

GarageBand for iPhone or iPad is a great way to get creative and create music to share with your friends. After all, GarageBand is a powerful app that’s also beginner-friendly and free, so you can get started without a steep learning curve. Although the native GarageBand app offers plenty of great sounds and instruments, you can also add additional sound ...

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6 things you need to know before starting your piano lessons

As an amateur, it’s normal to worry about how to start your piano lesson journey. Working through a routine will help speed up your learning process. Make your first piano lessons more fun and exciting with a new piano teacher if you are having trouble. When you decide to learn the piano, you need a mentor, but you have to ...

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Indie’s Choice – The Provincetown Independent

Starry Night (Thursday, February 10) “Winter Wonder” Mass Audubon’s online series, continues with “Stars and Constellations,” Thursday, Feb. 10, 7-8 p.m. Doug Lowry is the guide to the science of winter constellations and their related stories across cultures. Registration is $20 at massaudubon.org. Friendly Friday, Southern Saturday (Friday February 11 and Saturday February 12) Celebrate love with the music of ...

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Refugees from Hitler’s Germany interned by Churchill

Klaus Hinrichsen held the wooden panel in his hands, looked at the engraving of a naked woman and smiled at the art dealer. He ran his fingers along the edges, inspected the familiar grain, and recognized that this mahogany sample had belonged to a piano played by the most musically gifted residents with whom he had once shared an internment ...

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Casio launches new free piano learning app – Casio Music Space – yamahamusicians.com

This website is supported by the Amazon Associate program as well as other affiliate ads. I earn a small commission on qualifying purchases made through links on the site. Casio Music UK has announced the launch of its new Casio Music Space FREE, exclusive learning app for Casio digital piano and keyboard users. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned ...

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Acoustic Grand Pianos Market Size 2022 and Analysis by 2029

New Jersey, United States,-The report attempts to offer high-quality and accurate analysis of the global Acoustic Grand Piano Market, keeping in mind market forecast, competitive intelligence, risk and technological advancement, and other important topics. Its carefully crafted market intelligence enables market players to understand the most significant developments in the global Acoustic Grand Piano market that are impacting their business. ...

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Mount Airy City Schools — a great choice for families

Editor’s Note: Community Comment is a periodic column in The Mount Airy News featuring commentary from community leaders in Mount Airy and Surry County. Mount Airy City Schools is a unique, family-centered school district focused on the growth of each child. The neighborhood has increased its market share by more than 5% over the past two years and continues to ...

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Business News | Stock and Equity Market News | Financial news

The airline benefited from factors such as increased usage, the opening of tourism, festivals and holiday travel, and favorable policy change. Exclusive: Nifty 17900 and above, Sensex 435 and above – Nifty 17900 Sensex 600 अंअं तटूट, जजननएए वजह? Policybazaar Reimbursement of the IPO: कआपोो शमहींल औमलल ...

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Ilene Sears Obituary (1938 – 2022) – Winston-Salem, NC

Ilene Hanson Sears Winston-Salem, NC – A short and feisty part of the world is gone. Ilene Hanson Sears died at Brighton Gardens in Winston-Salem on February 1, 2022, aged 83. She led a full life, with everything she needed to be happy: a truly holy husband, lots of cats, and a sense of humor that drove her children crazy. ...

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Dr. Gayle Froerer Gregersen Richards | News, Sports, Jobs

Dr. Gayle Froerer Gregersen Richards passed away peacefully at her niece’s home on January 27, 2022. A most remarkable woman, Gayle will be remembered for her lifelong commitment to education, for her extraordinary musical sense and her dedication to the arts, for his devotion to his garden. and her beloved Westies, and especially for her grace, ...

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Doreen Frances (Sylvia) Nelsen

Doreen Frances (Sylvia) Nelsen, 79, died peacefully on Thursday February 3, 2022 at her home in Fairhaven from complications related to Alzheimer’s disease. She was the beloved wife of 53 years of Merchant Navy Captain Dean F. Nelsen. Raised in Mattapoisett, Doreen was the daughter of Frank F. Sylvia of Mattapoisett and Mary (Benton) Sylvia of Dartmouth. Both parents are ...

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🌱 Bed bugs shut down assisted living center + sexual assault at UofU

Hello people of Salt Lake City! It’s me again, Joseph Peterson, your host for the Salt Lake City Daily. First, today’s weather forecast: Cloudy and sunny weather. Top: 42 Bottom: 23. Here are the top 3 stories in Salt Lake City today: Fraternity and sorority students at the University of Utah flooded the Yik Yak anonymous app with stories of ...

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McClellan performs at the upcoming Faculty Artist Series Concert

D. Ray McClellan (Submitted photo) Acclaimed for “remarkable technique, tone and lyricism”, clarinetist D. Ray McClellan will present a program with selections for clarinet and piano, followed by a variety of chamber music offerings and genres for its Faculty Artist Series concert. The concert will take place at 7:30 p.m. at Ramsey Hall on February 8. The title of the ...

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Templeton High announces nominees for Girls State Conference

Girls State is a fake government program that works with the American Legion Auxiliary – Five young women from Templeton High School’s junior class have been nominated to attend this year’s week-long Girls’ State Conference, which focuses on learning, responsible citizenship and leadership at the Convention of State of the American Legion’s Auxiliary Girls. The nominees are Tess Ryujin, Karen ...

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Students mourn loss of officers killed in Bridgewater College shooting

BRIDGEWATER, Virginia. – Two officers who made the ultimate sacrifice are fondly remembered after Tuesday’s shooting at Bridgewater College. Law enforcement honored the lives of Campus Security Officer JJ Jefferson and Campus Police Officer John Painter during a procession toward Roanoke along Interstate 81 overnight. And on Wednesday, students gathered at the small liberal arts school just outside Harrisonburg to ...

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“CASIO MUSIC SPACE” APP ENHANCES PIANO AND KEYBOARD PLAYING PLEASURE ON MOBILE-CONNECTED DEVICES | News

DOVER, NJ, February 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Casio AmericaInc., the world’s leading provider of powerful and affordable musical instruments, today announced Casio Music Space, a free iOS and Android app for smart devices that enhances the fun of learning to play the piano. Designed exclusively for Casio digital pianos and keyboards, Casio Music Space builds on the company’s popular Chordana ...

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“CASIO MUSIC SPACE” APP ENHANCES THE ENJOYMENT OF PLAYING THE PIANO AND KEYBOARD ON MOBILE-CONNECTED DEVICES

New Platform Brings Digital Music Score, Music Teacher, Live Performance Simulator and More to Casio Piano and Keyboard Owners DOVER, NJ, February 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Casio AmericaInc., the world’s leading provider of powerful and affordable musical instruments, today announced Casio Music Space, a free iOS and Android app for smart devices that enhances the fun of learning to play ...

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Bach lunch-conference: “The art of songwriting”

Posted: 02/01/2022 12:51:49 Modified: 02/01/2022 12:50:19 Concord Community Music School’s Bach’s Lunch series continues on the first and second Thursdays of February, with a talk titled “The Art of Songwriting” on February 3 and a “Spread the Love” concert on February 10. and the concert features the talents of Kent Allyn, Paul Hodes and CCMS faculty member Peggo Horstmann Hodes. ...

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