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Note: July is Minority Mental Health Awareness Month. Mary Kirkendoll is all about starting meaningful conversations. This is how she got involved in the Minority Mental Health Awareness Picnic in the park. The event will take place from 6-8 p.m. on Wednesday, July 27 at South Park. The event is free and open to the public. Mary Kirkendoll “It’s about ...

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10 Best Anime Characters Who Play Piano

Anime characters have various hobbies and talents, and that often includes creative expression. Some characters are good at painting or drawing, while others are professional poets or writers. Then there’s the music, with anime characters playing all the instruments. RELATED: 9 Anime Characters You Didn’t Know Play Guitar Trumpets, violins, guitars, and pianos are all fair game, and many anime ...

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“Link: Eat Love Kill” Episodes 5 and 6: Recap and Ending: Is Lee Jin-geun alive?

In the previous episode from “Link: Eat Love Kill,” Gye Hoon comes up with a theory that Jin Geun is still alive and managed to escape from the refrigerator. If this comes true, Da Hyun doesn’t have to worry about being a murderer, but it means Jin Geun will come back for her. Why does Da-hyun have nightmares? Gye Hoon ...

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The Arts Connection – Voices of the Monterey Bay

| FEATURED By Dennis Taylor A favorite childhood memory, says Juan Sánchez, stands alongside his father’s piano, singing a Spanish-language version of the wistful “If I Were a Rich Man” from the iconic Broadway musical “Fiddler on the Roof “. Life was good for young Juan, who grew up in Spain, in a family whose whole story had its own ...

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Marjorie Whylie, CD – Salute to 60 Jamaican Women

As a young girl, Marjorie Whylie was so fascinated by music, especially the piano, that she decided that when she grew up she would learn everything and do everything related to music. And she did. She started playing the piano at over two years old, performed in public at five, and began formal lessons at six. She was the musical ...

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Pianist Marika Bournaki will make her concerto debut on Saturday evening | New

STAFF REPORT GREENSBORO, NC – Eastern Music Festival (EMF), Greensboro’s nationally acclaimed summer classical music festival and educational program, announces a change in schedule for the July 30 concert due to the devastating death of the pianist world famous classic Alexander Toradze. Longtime EMF faculty member and distinguished pianist Marika Bournaki will perform in his place. Nicknamed “the Celine Dion ...

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Future Redlands Bowl attendant featured in 1922 recital – Redlands Daily Facts

June 19, 1922 Fine Arts students in recital The University of Redlands College of Fine Arts has the largest classes in the institution’s history this year, and 18 of the students were heard at the annual recital at the Methodist Church on Saturday evening, a large company of interested musicians and friends gathered to enjoy the splendid program. A number ...

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Woman worked 23 jobs aged 23, says she ‘was a terrible employee but never got fired’

A woman held 23 jobs at the age of 23 | Image: Ace Influencers HIGHLIGHTS At the age of 18, Anastasia was a baker, supermarket cashier, waitress, shop assistant, dishwasher, piano teacher and market vendor. She said she ‘was a terrible employee but never got fired in my life’ because ‘I always left right before’ “Maybe people are stuck because ...

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Little Texas concert at the Great Texas Balloon Race is seen as a homecoming for Longview natives

LONGVIEW, Texas (KLTV) – This year’s Saturday night concert at the Great Texas Balloon Race in Longview is seen as a homecoming for two Longview natives in the country music group Little Texas. Porter Howell, guitarist and lead vocalist, graduated from Pine Tree High School in 1983, while Duane Propes, bassist and vocalist, graduated from Longview High School in 1985. ...

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Mansfield Richland Academy of the Arts honored for 30 years

The night belonged to Marianne Cooper. More than 100 people gathered at Richland Academy of the Arts on Saturday evening to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the downtown institution. The academy offers private lessons in instruments, voice, and piano, as well as dance, drama, and acting lessons. It serves school-age students through adults. Cooper has been there from the start. ...

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Spoleto Review: Chamber music is many things and especially fun | Spoleto

Why go to the Bank of America Chamber Music Series at Spoleto Festival USA? Because it’s classy, ​​elegant, historic and fun for all classical music lovers. Geoff Nuttall, co-founder and principal violinist of the St. Lawrence String Quartet, again conducted and hosted this year’s series, in his role as director of chamber music for Charles E. and Andrea L. Volpe. ...

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James Runcie on the beauty, pain and genius of Johann Sebastian Bach

German composer Johann Sebastian Bach is considered one of the greatest of all time, and his sacred oratorio, the St. Matthew Passion, a masterpiece. But when Bach arrived in Leipzig, Germany, where he wrote the St. Matthew Passion in 1727, he was best known as an organist, not a composer. He led the music of a boys’ choir in Leipzig, ...

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What jazz improvisation can teach us about creativity and breaking the rules

By Sandee LaMotte, CNN Fingers brush a keyboard, ready to play. A trumpet rises to the lips. Wands perch in the air, ready to drop. improv begins, and this combo of jazz musicians instantly creates a piece of music that has never been heard before. As each instrument twists the melody, the song is reinvented in ways not even the ...

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BI boy, 6, starts composing on the grand piano

Mozart and James Pearce Ullrich of Bainbridge Island were about the same age, 5, when they composed their first song. We’re not saying James, now 8, is another Mozart, but it’s worth noting both of their accomplishments at such a young age. Parents Jeff and Anna Ullrich bought James a Casio keyboard when he was just a few years old. ...

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5 Things to Know About The Van Cliburn — Part of the World’s Greatest Piano Competition

EEvery four years, more than 10 million viewers around the world tune in to a Fort Worth contest to see who will win a hundred thousand dollars — and more. It’s a different kind of sporting event – the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, back after a year of COVID delay with bigger fire (and bigger prizes) than ever. To ...

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Victor Provost paves the way for steelpan on stage and in the classroom – New York Daily News

At the age of 11, Victor Provost, born in the United States Virgin Islands, was taking piano lessons in a room on the ground floor of the St. John School of the Arts when he was attracted by the melodious sounds youngsters playing steelpan in an upstairs room – and his life was forever changed. “Part of it was the ...

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The Texas Music Festival returns for the first time in three years

The Immanuel and Helen Olshan Texas Music Festival (TMF), a classical music and jazz festival held at the University of Houston Moores School of Music, returns after a three-year layoff due to the COVID pandemic -19. The festival offers a distinguished summer lineup, including intensive music training for budding musicians and a summer concert season for Houstonians. The Texas Music ...

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Wood Brothers find their own musical roots | Entertainment

BY STEPHEN HU FOR THE FREE LANCE–STAR The Wood Brothers have created an organic acoustic rock sound over 16 years, eight studio albums and four live albums. But the story of Oliver and Chris Wood goes back to their childhood in the Denver area, the son of two academics: their father, a molecular biologist and their mother, a poet. “They ...

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OU professor publishes new book in new series in early June | Community

Following the success of her first series of books, Mary Anna Evans, associate professor at the University of Oklahoma, is set to release the first of a new series of historical fiction books nationwide on June 7. Evans’ new book, “The Physicists’ Daughter,” published by Sourcebooks Inc., follows 20-year-old Justine Byrne, who has a Rosie the Riveter-type job in 1944 ...

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UVic News – University of Victoria

Four years ago, UVic launched the world’s first law degree to combine the study of Indigenous and non-Indigenous laws. The innovative Joint Degree Program in Canadian Common Law and Indigenous Legal Orders (JD/JID) opens new avenues for legal education in Canada and has earned UVic’s Faculty of Law a well-deserved national and international reputation. for his leadership in Indigenous legal ...

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Smith Leads WPS Group Program Through Successful Year | Wahoo

By Suzi Nelson Wahoo Journal WAHOO — The Wahoo High School band’s Memorial Day program and performance at Worlds of Fun will cap off a school year filled with great accomplishments for the band’s program and its director, Jason Smith. The 2021-2022 school year began with a stellar season for the high school marching band, which won top prizes in ...

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Culpepper Named Outstanding Student in Education | Local News

VALDOSTA — Emily Elizabeth Culpepper of Lake Park is the recipient of the 2022 James L. and Dorothy H. Dewar College of Education and Human Services Highest Academic Achievement Award from Valdosta State University. The Dewar College of Education and Human Services’ Highest Academic Achievement Award is given to a student with a record of academic excellence and distinguished service ...

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COVID-19 brings challenges, great opportunity for Valerie Doze ’21 – CSB/SJU

Editor’s Note: This feature on Valerie Doze ’21 is the first of six to appear this summer on College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University graduates who have received Fulbright US Student Program awards. Valerie Doze ’21 has always been on the move. During her studies at Saint-Benoît College, she studied in Austria, went to Poland to participate in ...

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OCC pianists perform at year-end recital | arts and culture

Orange Coast College Applied Music Program featuring selected students will perform at the piano recital on May 18 at 7:30 p.m. at Music Room 102located in the Recital Hall. Pianists in the Applied Music program have the chance to audition for the recital and, if selected, they must perform pieces for solo piano from memory. “They get weekly private lessons ...

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New UGA grads prepared with life lessons | national news

ATHENS — For members of the University of Georgia Class of 2022, education has extended far beyond the classroom. They benefited from completing assignments, passing exams, working in labs, and experiential learning opportunities. They have also learned from facing a global pandemic. And all of these lessons will stay with them for life. “Yes, you’ve learned a lot in your ...

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New UGA graduates prepared with life lessons

For members of the University of Georgia Class of 2022, their education extended far beyond the classroom. They benefited from completing assignments, passing exams, working in labs, and experiential learning opportunities. They have also learned from facing a global pandemic. And all of these lessons will stay with them for life. “Yes, you learned a lot in your chosen area ...

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What works: American graduate overcomes blindness to earn second degree

MOBILE, Alabama (WKRG) — In tonight’s What’s Working, a University of South Alabama graduate had to work really hard to earn his second degree. Wei Min Patrick was born blind. He has just obtained a degree in mechanical engineering, but this is not the first time that he has taken to the stage after finishing his studies. We first met ...

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The sound of China – Chinadaily.com.cn

The students’ passion for the erhu brings its beautiful melodies to a wider global audience. The sound of the erhu, the traditional Chinese musical instrument, is becoming better and better known in the world thanks to the efforts of a student. Chen Yimiao, born in 2004, comes from a Beijing family steeped in musical tradition. Both his grandfather Chen Yaoxing ...

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NOTICE | Humairaa Mayet: Wits has a history of stuffy voices; Wits University responds

student of mind Humairaa Mayet writes this #FeesMustFall post, Wits has become a highly safe and politically sanitized space in which students are actually discouraged from engaging in activism and political activity. Wits Senior Communications Officer Buhle Zuma refutes this in his reply to Mayet. Read both views below. On April 21, 2022, the Wits Palestine Solidarity Committee (PSC) held ...

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Occurs in the Greek-American community

UNTIL JUNE 30 ONLINE – Health and Religion, a series of online courses organized by the Prolepsis Institute in collaboration with the Hellenic Society of Medical Students of Greece and under the auspices of the Athens Medical School, began on November 4 and will continue until June 30. are supervised and coordinated by Professor Emeritus of Surgery at the National ...

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How ‘Black Christmas’ (1974) tackles abortion and bodily autonomy

Horror is political. black christmas (1974) changed the landscape of horror. Bob Clark’s holiday horror laid the groundwork for the slasher craze, featuring a twisted killer with hyperviolent tendencies. He moved on to the proverbial script on what to expect from a horror movie. But black christmas wasn’t just groundbreaking in its portrayal of a horror villain and its effective ...

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Students and faculty anticipate return of annual Vivaldi performance at Powell

The musicians plan to decorate Powell Library with the sounds of spring. On Wednesday, a group of UCLA chamber musicians made up of a conglomeration of faculty and students will perform a series of pieces at the Powell Library, including composer Antonio Vivaldi’s “The Four Seasons.” As the first performance after a year-long hiatus caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the ...

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New grad marries chemistry and keyboard performance majors

May 2, 2022 Editor’s note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable spring 2022 graduates. As a music teacher, graduate Shawn Schive said he wanted to support students the same way his teachers supported him. Shawn Schive, drum major of the ASU Sun Devil Marching Band. Photo courtesy of Mark Quiñones Download Full Image ...

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A look back at USU’s upcoming efforts to close the gender gap | Local News

Editor’s note: This is the second of two articles about how Utah State University addressed gender equity issues following a 2018 sex discrimination scandal that rocked USU’s piano program. When she came to Logan from her home state of Kansas in 1982, Utah State University professor Joyce Kinkead’s starting salary was just $20,000. In a one-bedroom house that cost $265 ...

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Singer-songwriter Jane Honor will release her debut album in early May

“Spiraling in Central Park” is inspired by the works of Maggie Rogers and Tori Amos. (Photo courtesy of Jane Honor) “Soulful and emotive” are the two words USC singer-songwriter and producer Jane Honor would use to describe her music. On Friday, Honor will release her debut album, “Spiraling In Central Park,” following the success of her debut singles. At only ...

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Word of the day: magnum opus

Word masterpiece appeared in 35 articles on NYTimes.com in the past year, including the September 24 “The Score of Final Fantasy Gets Its Due at the Concert Hall” by Aina J. Khan: Writing video game scores is not always respected by classical music players. After majoring in piano at the Osaka College of Music, Yoko Shimomura, 53, applied for a ...

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Living with music – The Triangle

Written by Jordan Hubbard, Editor DAYTON, TN.- Bryan College Piano Studios presented a student recital for the Bryan community from 7:30-9 p.m. on February 11. The recital was made up of 12 different pianists performing pieces by modern composers. The main idea behind this performance was to show the world that beautiful music is still made today. Students and faculty ...

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School of Media Arts presents showcase for teachers – The Daily Egyptian

When four buttons were pressed simultaneously, the corresponding computer screens lit up with videos of Motil HDthe associate dean of the CAM, shaves his head. Southern Illinois University (SIU) School of Media Arts presented a faculty showcase monday april 11 from 7-9 pm as part of the Festival of the College of Arts and Media (CAM). Projects featured at the ...

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Luther says goodbye to several faculty members in spring 2022 – Luther College Chips

As the 2021-2022 academic year nears its final weeks, the Luther community is saying goodbye to another class of seniors, as well as several faculty members who are retiring or leaving to pursue other projects. Among the retirees are English teacher and former Luther David Faldet (’79) and music teacher, organist and former Luther Gregory Peterson (’83). After their careers ...

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Meet the Fortnite CEO, a 47-year-old ‘Weird Computer Guy who spends his millions saving forests

Any guy between the ages of 10 and 40 with a pulse and a Wi-Fi connection will tell you that summer 2018 is all about Fortnite, the enormously popular battle royale video game that has swept the country over the last year. Teenagers, rappers, and athletes alike are enamored with the free multiplatform game, spending hours watching broadcasts, customizing their ...

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ECS Impact: Bouncing back in the community | School of Engineering and Computer Science

by Grace Jacoby, ECS Student Marketing Specialist WACO, Texas (April 13, 2022) – As life returns to full life following the Covid-19 pandemic, faculty, staff, and students at the University’s School of Engineering and Computer Science (ECS) Baylor renew their commitment to engage with the community. This spring, ECS took the opportunity to encourage, equip and educate pre-college students ...

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12 famous women in history

Some of the most incredible advocates, inventors, writers, politicians and activists have been famous women. Chances are you’ve heard of them before: Rosa Parks, Maya Angelou, Gloria Steinem, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Kamala Harris, Malala Yousafzai, Greta Thunberg, and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, to name a few. . You know Simone Biles, you know Beyoncé (obv). You know Venus and Serena Williams. But ...

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United States: Tanaka Chikati featured on Google Arts and Culture

By dartmouth.edu As a member of school music ensembles while growing up in Zimbabwe, Tanaka Chikati ’25 performed at the Harare International Arts Festival, won prizes at national competitions and performed at academic ceremonies. Now, solo recordings of the freshman music major are featured in a multimedia show on Google Arts and Culture which represents the work of 30 African ...

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Meet the hedge fund rising stars of 2022

Simanovsky says he’s carved out a niche for himself since founding Conversant Capital in 2020. The hybrid hedge fund company, which has already reached $1.5 billion in assets under management, invests across the capital structure in credit and equities, public and private companies, real estate and adjacent sectors such as residences for the elderly and digital infrastructure. Conversant allocates up ...

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University of Toronto: student life on campus

An insider’s guide to the best place to live, campus food and more Jadine Ngan, 21 years oldSociology and Diaspora & Transnational Studies Jadine Ngan (Courtesy of Daniel Li) Why did you choose the U of T?The location was the biggest draw to the U of T. Every day here is an adventure. I was also interested in the flexibility ...

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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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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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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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‘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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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The Phoenix theme rises

In short Open day Who: University of Arkansas What: Officials commemorated the 150th anniversary of the first day of classes at UA, which was held on January 22, 1872. When: January 21 Where: Student Success Center on the UA campus in Fayetteville Info: uark.edu Opening reception Who: Fenix ​​Fayetteville What: The exhibition “Women to Watch: Paper Routes” continues until February ...

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At the age of 5, he took his first course at the town hall of Darien. At 9, he won international piano competitions.

DARIEN — When fourth-grade student Christopher Li was 5, he took a keyboard class at Darien Town Hall that earned him a love of tickling ivories. Now Li, a student at Hindley Elementary School, can call himself a piano champion after winning first place in an internationally broadcast piano competition last month. Li was the top performer for her age ...

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Athens Library Grants Showcase Opportunity to OU Faculty of Music

The Athens Public Library, 30 Home St., hosts the Ohio University Piano Trio on Saturday, January 29. The trio is made up of OU teachers, with Emely Phelps on piano, José Rocha on cello and Christine Li on violin. This concert is the first official performance that the group will do together. Phelps said the event had been in the ...

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Western Nevada Notes: Spring Semester Begins Monday

Even though the spring semester begins Monday at Western Nevada College, there is still time for individuals to register and pursue or resume their educational goals at Western’s three campuses and online this spring. By Western Nevada College Saturday, January 22, 2022 Just because the spring semester starts Monday at Western Nevada College doesn’t mean you’re too late to enroll ...

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Sterling High School students rack up honors – Sterling Journal-Advocate

Sterling High School flautist Johnny Strohmeyer, pictured here at a First Friday @ First Presbyterian concert, has been selected to participate in the Colorado All-State Band. The students of the Sterling High School group, under the leadership of Shauna Snyder, are having great success this year with a number of students selected to show off their skills at different events. ...

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Dénes Várjon piano – Drogheda Classical Music

A Hungarian pianist, Dénes Várjon’s sensational technique, deep musicality, wide range of interests have made him one of the most exciting and valued participants in international musical life. For his first visit to Drogheda, he will perform popular works by Bach, Mozart and Chopin. Bach’s English Suite in A MinorMozart Rondo in D majorChopin Sonata in B minor This concert ...

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Poetica releases music video for “Sleep When I’m Fated”

Poetica has just released an official video for “Sleep When I’m Tired”, the final track from their self-titled album, available now via MPress/ILS/Universal. A musical concept album of spoken word, the new 18-track collection has been described as “magnetic and soothing… cinematic and stylistically expansive” (Parade). Filmed in New York’s Hudson Valley, the video – filmed by Michael Flanagan, directed ...

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From South Charleston to the Kennedy Center: WV native works with legends as music director | Life & Arts

On a busy vacation afternoon at Capitol Market, Kanawha County native Kevin Struthers tried not to seem too excited about his job, but sometimes it’s nearly impossible not to get ecstatic. “I’m the director of jazz, chamber music and new classical music programming at the Kennedy Center,” he said with a laugh and adding, “It’s a bit of an unwieldy ...

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Glenn Miller Orchestra will perform on January 29 at the Civic Center

January 14, 2022 LUMBERTON — The NC Cooperative Extension Robeson County Center has scheduled several classes for the months of January and February ranging from crop production and pruning to food safety. 2022 Tri-County Agricultural Production Meetings The extension will host three tri-county agricultural production meetings in 2022 at the Southeast Agricultural Events Center, located at 1027 US 74 E., ...

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Fourth-year student at Hindley Christopher Li wins first place in international piano competition

Hindley School year 4 student Christopher Li has won first place in the 2021 International Piano Star Competition. At the event, which aired live on December 11, Christopher performed in Amateur Group B, competing against 37 players from 13 countries. The competition was judged by professional pianists and university professors. — an announcement from the Darien Public Schools Music Department ...

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War of ideas

With politics increasingly becoming a carpet of lies, broken promises and mirrors, the 21st century seems to be entering a Dostoevskian paradise. Perhaps Fyodor Dostoyevsky saw it coming when he said, “Don’t cry, life is heaven, but we don’t want to know it. His words were prophetic. He had accurately predicted how Russian revolutionaries would behave once they came to ...

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Retiring on a university campus? Seniors’ communities see benefits in intergenerational living

Ruth Jones lives on top of the world – her world anyway. From the top nine stories, she can gaze out at a sun-drenched urban sprawl of Arizona with a school she began serving in 1981 – the top of an auditorium here, her last college office there. The former political science professor loves Arizona State University so much that ...

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Wisdom on effective practice of four best violists and teachers

4 January 2022, 13:32 The rehearsal room is where violinists and violists make many of their most important discoveries, where movements become muscle memory, where musical concepts come to life in the form of sound. Examining how we spend our practice time can be of crucial importance in creating a formula for success, and the topic “Effective Practice” was the ...

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30-Year-Old Big Band Kicks Off New Monthly Tradition in Manitou Springs | Pikes Peak Courier

It’s not often that you’ll see more than a few musicians, say five or six at the most, on stage in most concert halls in town. This is true for the upstairs listening room at Lulu’s Downstairs in Manitou Springs. A quick glance at the calendar lists concerts featuring solo musicians or groups consisting of a couple or three members, ...

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6 spectacular retirement lifestyles perfect for travelers

It’s the start of another season, the time of year when we think about priorities and how we want to move forward in the years to come. You may be retiring soon or want to change the way you retired. Now is the time to take a break. My husband and I have used these breaks well over the years. ...

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Former students and former teachers are remembered after their deaths

December 30, 2021 at 9:18 a.m. Utah State University alumnus Harry Reid (pictured above) died Tuesday aged 82. After a four-year battle with pancreatic cancer, the retired US Senator is now honored and honored. In a state of Utah today itemUSU President Noelle Cockett said the university was honored to have Reid among the Aggie. “Reid’s legacy illustrates how USU’s ...

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The Academy of Classical Music takes a patriotic approach to the future of music in Armenia

YREVAN, DECEMBER 29, ARMENPRESS. The Cultural Foundation Music for the Future, together with the State Symphony Orchestra of Armenia and the European Foundation for the Support of Culture (EUFSC), hosted the Academy of Classical Music “Music for the Future” in Yerevan, as part of the Armenia International Music Festival. As ARMENPRESS has been informed by the Music for the Future ...

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“Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are not dead”

It’s the end of the world, and for better or for worse, art survives. Even art on the end of the world or a world, or a mock space station of it. Eleven station Episode 4 deals with the ability of art to soothe or exacerbate the wounds of the world; even its title, “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are not dead”, ...

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Girl Named Tom Brings Mennonite Harmony To “The Voice”

On December 14, siblings Bekah, Caleb and Joshua Liechtenstein, collectively known as Girl Named Tom, became the first group to win NBC The voice after 20 seasons of solo winners. In a blind audition, the siblings delighted the famous four coaches with their tight harmonies, but each of the three got a chance to shine throughout their performances. With the ...

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‘Santa Claus’ scene accidentally shared a real sex assistance number

Christmas movies are meant to offer a carefree escape from the mad rush of the holidays. These are light, uplifting, holly, and cheerful delicacies. from disney Santa – with Tim Allen – was all of those things. However, the film is said to have cost some parents a lot of money and added stress in the late 90s. In the ...

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The voice is the instrument of this UW-Stevens Point graduate

For the Gazette STEVENS POINT – It’s no surprise that Lexie Lakmann chose a career in music. His parents are music teachers at La Crosse. At 14, she began singing and playing the cello at weddings with her mother, who sings and plays the piano. As she explored college, her father, a trombone player and conductor, suggested the University of ...

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MTSU’s Fall 2021 Class Marks ‘Student Success’ with Over 1,600 New Degrees

MURFREESBORO, Tennessee – Amidst the 1,672 new success stories celebrated at Middle Tennessee State University on Saturday, December 11, Fall 2021 graduate Brelinda Johnson is making her mark on students and university staff. Johnson, director of the MTSU Scholars Academy since 2018, balanced work and school to set a precedent in college: she was awarded the first doctorate aimed at ...

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Jennie May Roys | Obituary

Keith & Keith Funeral Home Jennie May Roys was born on February 26, 1942 in Yakima, Washington, to Victor and Miriam Studer. She attended Ahtanum Pioneer Church where she became the church organist during her high school years. She attended West Valley High School where she became editor of the high school newspaper and accompanist for the high school choir. ...

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Students and retirees: feeling at home on campus

Deven Meyers and Pencie Culiver both know the Tempe campus of Arizona State University. Mrs. Meyers is a student there; Ms. Culiver lives there – in Mirabella at ASU, a retirement home that opened last December. With benefits such as access to courses and campus credentials, Mirabella is touted as an immersive alternative to traditional lifelong learning. Some residents have ...

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“Teaching conditions affect learning conditions”, part-time teachers discuss pay gap and income inequality at new school

Illustration by Evyn Garcia The New School’s reputation as a progressive institution for social justice and equality falls short of the standards of some part-time faculty, as they have said they receive an unlivable salary well below that of administrators and full-time professors. Part-time faculty are a vital part of college, making up 87% of the teaching staff, according to ...

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Mayim Bialik fans will be delighted with this “jeopardy! »Major Announcement

Mayim Bialik is going to be a busy bee next February. As the ongoing 2021 Teachers’ Tournament episodes continue to air, Deadline announced that Mayim will be back early next year for the 2022 quiz Danger! National College Championship. From February 8 to 22, the all-new tournament will feature students from several universities and colleges across the country. A press ...

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Chamber music recital: a long-lasting euphony

Last weekend, the Music Department at Brandeis University hosted a chamber music recital, for the first time in over a year, which allowed a live audience to appreciate the arts of music. scene. “Wonderful” would be an understatement to describe the performance. The students shared their hard work performing pieces by Ludwig van Beethoven, Pyotr Ilich Tchaikovsky and Felix Mendelssohn ...

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No prom, no graduation ceremony – the lives of high school students with Covid19

In March 2020, high schools in Burlington looked surreal. The last day of school is often a celebration. Empty exam rooms are littered with crumpled cheat sheets, abbreviated notes for lessons already forgotten, as laughter echoes through the hallways. The children slam the door to their faded blue lockers and storm out of the building, heading for long, short summers. ...

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Ball State Accounting Department Encourages All Students To Learn How To Manage Their Finances

Ball State’s Department of Accounting has developed an accounting minor known as Financial Reporting, which is designed for non-business majors. The minor will consist of five courses and will be available to students in the spring semester 2022. “The overall goal of this miner is to give people the tools they need to be successful in fulfilling not only their ...

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Why am I grateful that I went deaf and lost everything

One of the main lessons I have learned over the years is that positive thinking and an optimistic outlook are the foundation of stock market success. If you want to make money, you have to believe that you can. Being grateful is one of the main ways to cultivate a positive mindset. If you focus on the positive aspects of ...

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Best Bets: A Quick Guide to Online and In-Person Fun and Experiences

The La Jolla Light features this continuing series of online activities to take on your computer or tablet, as well as local in-person events. Holiday events • The Krista Schumacher art gallery presents “The joy of the parks” 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday November 26 and Saturday November 27 at 1113 Wall St., La Jolla. The event will feature ...

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“I am a world class pianist living with a rare disease”

According to my parents, when I was six months old, I had a grand mal seizure. I was in my grandmother’s arms and I turned blue. After that I started having infantile spasms (IS). My first was at Disneyland during the Main Street Electric Parade. My mom saw me do these weird movements and was terrified. My parents then took ...

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A Sneak Peek at Professors’ Must-See Movies – Trinitonian

From horror to classics, we’ve got you covered Hearing professors talk about various films can be a common occurrence for many students. Whether it’s a reference that goes over the heads of many young people or a brief quote that sounds familiar, the gap between the film knowledge of students and teachers is real. So, at the Trinitonian, we’ve attempted ...

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