Monthly Archives: March 2022

Surviving Cancer: Monique’s Story | Loop Caribbean News

“Some days I can whisper, but some days I can’t; I have times when I mourn the loss of my voice…” Monique Williams of Mcknight in St.Kitts has a smile that lights up every space she enters. She lost her voice to thyroid cancer and though the health issues she’s experienced over the past few years cloud any mood and ...

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MIKA will play at the Kings Theater in April

Kings Theater has announced that global pop sensation MIKA will perform their 2022 North American Tour presented by Indeed.com in Brooklyn, NY next week – April 5, 2021. Tickets are on sale now at: https://www.kingstheatre.com/calendar/mika-presented-by-indeed-for-the-rite-of-spring-north-america-spring-22/ To show the power of music as a vehicle for promoting empathy and equality in the workplace, Indeed will celebrate MIKA’s tour by hosting virtual ...

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Amanda Palmer’s ‘Encanto’ cover hits a nerve on TikTok

Singer-songwriter Amanda Palmer was trolled on TikTok for covering a song by EncantoDisney’s popular hit movie on the Gen Z platform. Palmer – known for her work as a solo artist and as part of dark cabaret duo The Dresden Dolls – shared an intense cover of “Surface Pressure” on March 18, which she performed in a studio accompanied by ...

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How to learn guitar, piano or other instruments online

Learning to play a musical instrument can be an incredibly rewarding endeavor, but it also comes with its own set of frustrations as you train your fingers to contort into unfamiliar shapes. But worry no more (unless you’re learning guitar of course), because there are an incredible number of resources and apps online that can help you make sense of ...

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‘American Song Contest’: A bicycle accident gave the stage name of Macy Gray from Ohio

If you love state pride, then “American Song Contest” should definitely be on your watch list! NBC’s new reality show, hosted by Snoop Dogg and Kelly Clarkson, sees musical acts representing all 50 states, five U.S. territories and the nation’s capital compete to see who emerges victorious, while celebrating “the depth and the variety of different styles and genres”. across ...

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How the Classes Offered by the Mandeville School of Music & Dance in Mandeville, LA Help Kids and Adults Discover Their Talent

How classes offered by the Mandeville School of Music&Dance in Mandeville, LA allow children and adults to discover their talent The Mandeville School of Music and Dance is revered as the music and dance academy where dreams come true. They have made this possible by creating a professional, inspiring and enjoyable environment where dance, music, theater and performing arts programs ...

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Sunday Story: designed for the cinema

Lauren Henley doesn’t know if her article on “America’s Richest Black Girl” will ever be made into a movie. But Steven Spielberg’s film and production company Amblin Partners has acquired the rights to the story, and for now Henley is riding a rainbow. Henley, an assistant professor of leadership studies at the University of Richmond, has been following her curiosity ...

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Youngsters to Shine at ONNY’s ‘Dreams of Spring’ Concerts | Winners

“She taught him a theory, which is important for composition,” Ms. Gruneisen said. “He has an innate talent for composition and an innate sense of musical theory.” Other teachers who have influenced him include Catherine Frick, Jill Rubio, Jill Savage, Matthew Gayle, Melinda Zvacek and Beth Robinson. Constantine also includes composer Toby Fox as one of his main inspirations. ‘a ...

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Internet Gaming Disorder | review review

Up close with Dr. E Keep your nose on the grindstone, your shoulder on the wheel and your eyes on the ball. Above all, don’t blink, because if you do, the world could disappear. Every day, the world as we know it is being reshaped by the hands of technology. Each of the following changes has an electronic signature: 1. ...

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CASIO DIGITAL KEYBOARDS AND PIANOS FOR STUDENTS, TEACHERS, AND EVERYONE IN BETWEEN

Celebrate National Piano Day and Music Month in our schoolsWith a new Casio instrument DOVER, NJ, March 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Between National Piano Day (March 29) and School Music Month, there’s never been a better time to hone your skills on a keyboard or digital piano in March. The celebration is even more timely with Casio AmericaInc. is launching ...

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Interview with Chris Webber: NFT Partnership, Michigan Basketball

NBA Hall of Famer Chris Webber spoke to Insider in an interview related to his new partnership with tech company Coinllectibles. As president of Coinllectibles Sports, Webber will oversee the company’s push into the sports and entertainment NFT market. In the interview, Webber discussed his plans for the role with Michigan basketball player NIL and his past work with hip-hop ...

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FilmWatch Weekly: Cinema Project Returns, Plus ‘Master’ Sends Regina Hall to College and More!

Helga Davis in “Anouk de Clercq”A.” Cinema Project is back! The Portland-based nonprofit has since its founding in 2003 spotlighted the work of global filmmakers who work outside of the traditional storytelling tradition, often incorporating multimedia elements. Some of us still have fond memories of climbing the stairs in a decrepit Produce Row warehouse to sit on folding chairs and ...

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Ramblewood Apartments under new management, could see much needed upgrades

CLARKSVILLE, TN (NOW CLARKSVILLE) – Ramblewood Apartments, one of the oldest low-income housing units in Montgomery County, is under new management, and residents are being promised much-needed upgrades to their homes. Ramblewood Apartments, located on Highway 48/13, was purchased by Ramblewood I, a Manhattan Beach, Calif.-based company, on March 18 for $11.7 million, according to records obtained by Clarksville Now. ...

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Best LEGO Gifts For Adults 2022 | Star Wars, Harry Potter LEGO sets

LEGO offers a huge range of construction toys, with more and more themes and creations on offer. Increasingly, the iconic Danish toy brand is also offering sets aimed at adults, rather than offering products just for kids. So if there’s a LEGO fan in your life, regardless of age, there are some fantastic gifts out there. From LEGO sets inspired ...

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UTPB Music has big plans

the University of Texas Permian Basin Music Department was busy. They’ve hired a new administrative assistant, faculty and ensemble members are up for national awards, and you can be a music major for a day. “We invited high school students to come here on campus to this college wing of the Wagner and experience a day in the life of ...

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To train the students, the teacher learns piano, archery, soap making and painting | Pune News

PUNE: From soap making to learning how to assemble parts to making a wrist watch, students from Std I to IV at a Zilla Parishad school in Satara learned a variety of skills, in more of their regular studies. Since it is not possible to appoint experts in the subject, neither for the school management nor for the parents who ...

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The popular group from Minnesota will be participating in the NBC American Song Contest!

A group from Minneapolis, Minnesota started out as a daily YouTube vlog but quickly sold out shows in the Midwest. And now this group, yam housetraveled to Hollywood to represent Minnesota in NBS American Song Contest, from March 21, 2022 (it’s Monday!). Yam Haus was formed in 2017 in Minneapolis and features Lars Pruitt (vocals), Seth Blum (guitar), Jake Felstow ...

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2022 marks the 50th anniversary of the Central Coast Music Teachers Association | Arts | San Luis Obispo

When music teacher Louise Frye moved from Southern California to the Central Coast, she quickly found a convenient way to connect with colleagues and potential new students in the area. Today there is probably an app for that. But that was in 1985. “As a piano teacher and a former member of the Music Teachers Association of California, I looked ...

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Here are 10 things to do this weekend

Happy Saint Patrick! Whether you’re looking to have a good time or want to do some good stuff, you can find it this weekend on the Jersey Shore. Local comedians and musicians are joining forces to raise money for relief efforts in Ukraine. Comedian Michael Hayne is working with 10PRL, 515 Bath Ave., Long Branch, to coordinate a benefit show. ...

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‘A Quick 5’ with Dénes Várjon, international pianist, presented by the Candlelight Concert Society

Concert pianist, Dénes Várjon. Photo by Felvégi Andréa. On March 27, 2022, the Candlelight Concert Society will present Dénes Várjon, “the most exciting and beloved pianist on the international stage”. The program will include Bach’s “Sonata in A minor”, Schumann’s “Fantaisie in C major”, Mozart’s “Rondo in D major” and Chopin’s “Sonata in B minor”. His sensational technique, his deep ...

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A self-taught Saudi pianist shines through Saudi Arabia

Experts in economics and urban development call for investing in sustainable cities RIYADH: Experts in economics and urban development stressed the importance of reconciling economic development and environmental preservation during a virtual roundtable organized by Prince Sultan University in Riyadh on Monday. The round table, entitled “Managing the city’s economy: challenges, strategies and opportunities” and moderated by economist Talat Hafez, ...

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Cellist Amit Peled announces new album ‘Solus et una’ Feat. Bach Suites No. 4 & 5 and Brahms for cello choir

On Friday, April 29, 2022, cellist Amit Peled releases his next album, Solus et una, on CTM Classics. A sequel to his critically acclaimed 2018 album Bach Vol. 1, Solus et una features JS Bach’s Suites No. 4 and 5 for solo cello, as well as a brand new arrangement for cello choir of the Andante from Brahms’ Symphony No. ...

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David Lee Roth closes skincare line after $7 million investment

David Lee Roth closes Ink the Original, his skincare line dedicated to preserving and protecting tattoos. He did not give a reason for the closure. The former Van Halen singer and his partners broke the news with a simple message on the company’s website that reads, “First our favorite restaurant, the corner bookstore, now us. … What a long and ...

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Orange County piano teacher guilty of assaulting 8 students

A well-known Orange County piano teacher faces up to 111 years in prison after being convicted of molesting eight girls over nearly two decades. John Mordecai Scott, 65, was arrested nearly eight years ago on suspicion of assaulting some of his students at his home in Lake Forest as well as Coast Band Music in Mission Viejo. The number of ...

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Quantum Information Conference at Caltech

With only a few minutes left on the clock, the two finalists in the third quantum chess tournament both had “split” their kings, meaning the kings were in a state of overlap, or in two places at once. Spectators watched the match unfold on the big screen as the two finalists sat opposite each other on a stage, intently focused ...

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Review Pianote 2022 | MusicRadar

Pianote Review: What is it? Learning a musical instrument is something that always seems to rank pretty high on many people’s bucket lists, and as we write this, it seems learning the piano in particular has never been so popular, thanks in part to the recent pandemic. In a particular twist, the number of people picking up the piano skyrocketed ...

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Orange County piano teacher convicted of molesting 8 girls over decades

Editor’s note: This story contains details of sexual assault that may trigger some readers. User discretion advised. SANTA ANA, Calif. — An Orange County piano teacher was convicted Monday of molesting eight girls — a ninth of whom testified as a witness at his trial — over more than 18 years. John Mordecai Scott, 65, was initially charged with assaulting ...

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A new competition to give young black pianists the chance to shine

CINCINNATI — Awadagin Pratt believes his “great breakthrough” came in 1992 when he won the Naumburg International Piano Competition — one of the most prestigious competitions of its kind in the world for young pianists. At just 26, he became the first African-American instrumentalist to win the award. What do you want to know Awadagin Pratt created the Nina Simone ...

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Rhode Island Philharmonic will present GRIEG’S PIANO CONCERTO

The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra kicks off spring with Grieg’s Piano Concerto featuring pianist Joyce Yang on Saturday, March 19 at 8 p.m. at VETS. Maestro Bramwell Tovey conducts this 2021-2022 Taco Classical Series concert featuring the RI Philharmonic Orchestra’s premiere of prestigious local composer Eric Nathan’s the space of a door, Grieg’s Piano Concerto and R. Strauss’ Suite from ...

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MASTERSON ONLINE: Branson Haygoods deliver

I’m by no means a professional stage performance critic, but I certainly know a dazzling sight when I’ve seen one. And I left the Clay Cooper Theater in Branson the other night amidst an equally impressed crowd mumbling praise for what they had witnessed for over two hours. We were in the audience to see the five big Haygood brothers ...

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Deep Cuts and Conversation – The Renegade Rip

Reggie Williams, professor of philosophy, Josh Ottum, professor of commercial music, and Kris Tiner, professor of jazz, presented their second episode of Deep Cuts and Conversation on March 9 via zoom. The teachers got together three years ago with the idea of ​​playing some tunes and discussing them. Participants could choose the song/theme. The song chosen by one participant was ...

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🌱 Laurel Man Arrested + Harriet Tubman Descendants Educate BSU

Happy Friday neighbours! Let’s keep up to date with what’s happening locally to start today on an informed note. First, today’s weather forecast: Cloud and sun intervals. High: 59 Low: 45. Here are Laurel’s top three stories today: On March 3, Lacree Thomas Ramsey of Laurel was arrested and charged with four counts of sexual solicitation of a minor. On ...

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Band Aid School of Music’s performance-based teaching style raises the bar in Austin, TX

Austin, TX- Honing musical skills, as in any other creative art, is paramount to achieving true mastery. Although there are many music schools, few can match the expertise and dedication that Band Aid School of Music brings to the table. For its professionals, teaching music goes beyond helping students learn to play their favorite instruments and extends to helping them ...

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Offer of the baroque concert hall for Tynte Street

A classical composer has applied to host public performances in a heritage-listed house in North Adelaide which he has converted into a Baroque concert hall, saying it will give Australians the chance to enjoy classical music in a European or Russian style. The Concert Hall at 104 Tynte Street in North Adelaide. Photo: Supplied Composer and pianist Julian Cochran, who ...

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The Reynolda Quartet returns to Maison Reynolda on March 27

The Reynolda Quartet, acclaimed faculty-artists from UNCSA’s School of Music, will perform “In The Footsteps of a Giant,” a quartet program by Béla Bartók and Johannes Brahms, at the Reynolda House Museum of American Art at 15 h. Sunday March 27. The concert will be the quartet’s first return to Reynolda since their first gig in February 2020. TO BUY ...

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Pep talk: Fever founder Pep Gómez talks about his years in Silicon Valley, dealing with rejection and what he’s betting on next

Pep Gomez got into entrepreneurship very early. Having created his first company at the age of 14, as soon as he left school, the native of Castellón left for an internship in Silicon Valley, where he founded the Fever live entertainment discovery platform in 2011. Fever has withstood coronavirus lockdowns and has seen its revenue increase 10x since 2019. It ...

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Young Guelph musician has opportunity to advance his career at LA Academy of Music

“Of everyone who submitted an application, out of the 75 people who entered, and I was one of them” A local musician says she is in shock after being accepted into a prestigious music studio in Los Angeles. Auri Fell, who has performed at several festivals like the Hillside Festival, Guelph Multicultural Festival, Guelph Jazz Festival and many more, is ...

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Score comparison – Derek Scally on Bach and Russian pianist Tatiana Nikolayeva

As another German train journey begins, I slip on my headphones and let Johann Sebastian Bach slice through the clutter of my mind. Voluntarily returning to Bach as an adult is something my teenager could never have imagined. While my peers in 1990s Dublin played football or experimented with glue, I struggled with Bach’s two-part inventions, the French Suites and ...

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🌱 East Hampton Daily: $90,000 in purses stolen + scholarship

Hello, neighbors! It’s me again, Diane Witek, your host of the East Hampton Daily. First, today’s weather forecast: Variablely cloudy; not as cold. High: 43, low: 39. Here are today’s top stories in East Hampton: More than $90,000 worth of handbags were stolen Thursday from a Balenciaga store in East Hampton, police said. East Hampton Village police say three men ...

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PYO Music Institute Launches 9th Annual Ovation Awards

It’s time, once again, to recognize outstanding music teachers as PYO Music Institute (PYOMI) and its partners announce the 9th Annual Ovation Awards. This award recognizes inspiration and leadership in music education. Starting March 1, 2022, current and former students of all ages are invited to nominate “the music teacher who changed my life” in a 250-word essay. Nominations are ...

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Waterman Theater to host ‘Imagining Kerouac’ – The Oswegonian

By John Custodio The Waterman Theater at Tyler Hall will host “Imagining Kerouac” on March 8 to celebrate poet and novelist Jack Kerouac’s 100th birthday on March 12. Kerouac, born March 12, 1922, was a poet and novelist raised in Lowell, Massachusetts by French-Canadian parents Leo-Alcide Keroack and Gabrielle-Ange Levesque. Kerouac declared his own full name as Jean-Louis Lebris de ...

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Upgrade your meals with Kitchara’s stainless steel cookware

Whether you’re just starting to spend more time in the kitchen or consider yourself the next Wolfgang Puck, the wrong cookware can affect the quality of your meals. So if you’re still scrambling eggs on that “seasoned” skillet handed down to you in college, maybe a little cooking utensil upgrade could do you some good. and your taste buds. There ...

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Toni Collette recalls the “difficult and intense” experience of filming “Pieces of Her” | Entertainment

The always impressive Toni Collette plays another fierce and complicated woman in the eight-part series, Pieces of her, adapted from Kim Slaughter’s 2018 bestseller. It’s small-town mom Laura Oliver whose secret criminal past catches up with her. At the premiere, Laura rescues her 30-year-old daughter, Andy (Bella Heathcote), and others of a violent attack in a restaurant. She is hailed ...

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deep impact

Internationally renowned performers. Canadian music champions. Beloved mentors. From left to right are Dr Nancy Dahn and Professor Timothy Steeves, the 2021 recipients of the John Lewis Paton Distinguished University Chair. Photo: Rich Blenkinsopp Two award-winning School of Music scholars receive Memorial’s highest institutional honor for their extraordinary contributions to teaching and learning, research, and public engagement. Dr. Nancy Dahn ...

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The best new free music creation software: Must-have free synths, drum machines and effects for March 2022

Free plugins abound on the internet these days, but music creators are very busy people. Many of you don’t have time to keep a close eye on the headlines for every free compressor and free granular synth that has been thrown onto the ever-growing pile of free music software available to the financially savvy producer. Good news: that’s what we’re ...

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Nancy I. Riner | Obituary

Nancy I. Riner Nancy Irene McCauley Riner, 81, of Bunker Hill, passed away peacefully on February 26, 2022 at the Hospice of the Panhandle Inpatient Facility with her family by her side. Born September 16, 1940 in Martinsburg, she was the daughter of the late J. Truman and Irene Markle McCauley. She was a graduate of Musselman High School, Class ...

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