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BITS & BYTES: Thanksgiving House Hustle; Mary Ann Palermo & First Take Band; concert Castle of our skins; Winter lights; Groundwater Depletion Conference

Thanksgiving Housy Hustle: First-Ever Rail Run/Walk Event Open to Everyone Great Barrington– On November 24, On Thanksgiving morning in Housatonic, the first-ever “Housy Hustle” Fun Railroad Trail Race takes place at 9.30 a.m.beginning and ending at St. Bridget Cemetery on Van Deusenville Road. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. behind the Sainte-Bridget cemetery. The walk/run is informal and not timed. Organized ...

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The heroic last days of an American mezzo-soprano – SlippediscSlippedisc

Norman Lebrecht November 17, 2022 New York opera expert Paul Padillo shares the memories of a great soprano who died 29 years ago, aged just 54: One of the greatest concerts of my life was a Giulio Cesare with Tatiana Troyanos in partnership with the young June Anderson as Cleopatra. The response from the audience was close to heckling. If ...

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Christmas season is about to STEAMROLL in Savannah | Interview | Savannah News, Events, Restaurants, Music

If you were asked which artist is the best-selling Christmas artist, the answers would invariably range from Elvis Presley and Bing Crosby to Mariah Carey, Josh Groban or Kenny G. But that honor actually goes to Mannheim Steamroller, whose dozen Christmas albums (and more) have racked up 31.5 million sales worldwide to date. And while Mannheim sounds like the name ...

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Concert with music by Fermanagh composers in honor of artist JB Vallely

An unusual aspect of next week’s concert at the Ardhowen Theatre, featuring the wonderful Fidelio Trio with piper Uilleann Cillian Vallely, is that the 10 composers whose works will be performed all recognize that JB Vallely’s paintings, in particular of musicians, have inspired their musical compositions. As each piece is performed on Friday, November 18, beautiful color images of Brian ...

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Before the Curtain: Arts on Campus Week 10

The final week of showcases and performances highlights the work that students have prepared throughout the term. by Elle Muller | 11/11/22 02:15 Friday November 11 The Hood Museum of Art is hosting a talk on the “No Gold Can Remain” exhibit at 4 p.m. The lecture will introduce grief and the range of experiences it can bring. The exhibit, ...

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Local artists will bring real meaning to “home for the holidays” at the Joliet Theater – Shaw Local

“Home for the holidays” is a long-standing sentiment at this time of year. And the Rialto Square Theater wants to celebrate that as the holiday seasons begin. On Nov. 21, the Joliet Theater will perform “A Very Rialto Christmas… There’s No Place Like Home,” a show that people of all ages will enjoy, according to Stacy Sienko, the show’s musical ...

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Kacy Clopton, cello. – Luther College Tokens

On Friday, October 28, the Noble Recital Hall filled with students and community members as Assistant Professor of Music Kacy Clopton took the stage as part of the Faculty’s Artist Series. Clopton performed an array of classical and contemporary pieces, ranging from the romantic sounds of Robert Schumann and Johannes Brahms, to a more classical sound of Ludwig van Beethoven ...

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Finalists Announced for 2022 NTD International Piano Competition

Dozens of pianists have joined the 2022 NTD International Piano Competition in New York, with preliminaries taking place October 29-30. The semi-finals took place on October 31, where the pianists performed “The Sacred Journey», specially commissioned for the competition. Six finalists have been announced. Baryshevskyi Antonii from Ukraine is a soloist at the National Philharmonic of Ukraine and winner of ...

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Toy Piano Virtuoso Margaret Leng Tan: ‘I Played Beethoven in Beethoven’s House – Eat This, Schroeder’ | Music

AAt her last count, Margaret Leng Tan owned 18 toy pianos – but these days she is content with “lots and lots”. The 76-year-old musician, once called “the world’s first toy piano virtuoso” by the New York Times and “the formidable dean of the avant-garde” of the Washington Post, finds her pianos everywhere, from garage sales to garbage cans. “I ...

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Todd Field and Cate Blanchett dig deeper into ‘Tár’

When Cate Blanchett walked out of her first screening for “Tár,” she wanted to immediately go back and see it again. Sure, she might be a little biased considering she stars in the film (and learned to speak German, conduct an orchestra, and play the piano for the role), but that’s not either. an unusual feeling. Writer-director Todd Field’s dense, ...

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“We can recover from terrible events, and my music expresses this hope”

SATOKO FUJII has achieved a century of albums, a remarkable feat for a jazz pianist born in Shinjuku, Tokyo, in 1958. His family life as a child was full of music, warmed by his mother who, she tells me, “loved dramatic music like Italian opera and Argentine tango.” “I improvised on my sister’s piano even before taking piano lessons. I ...

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Community Calendar | Local News | heraldpalladium.com

Current events Storytime with Miss Doni: 11 a.m., South Haven Memorial Library, 314 Broadway Ave., South Haven. Read and Rhyme Story Time: 1 p.m. every Tuesday, Covert Branch Library, 33805 M-140 Hwy., Covert Exhibition Everything Folds and Unfolds: The exhibition continues until November 23 at the South Haven Center for the Arts, 600 Phoenix St., South Haven. October 23 – ...

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Charo in Concert and More Things to Do in Wilmington October 20-23

Tony Rivenbark, longtime manager of the historic Thalian Hall in downtown Wilmington, died earlier this year after leading the site for more than four decades. But while Rivenbark may be gone, the legacy he created in making the Hall one of Wilmington’s most vital cultural institutions lives on. The Hall’s annual series of touring acts kicks into high gear this ...

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An animal science major takes on the role of lead shepherd in the sheep unit

Michelle Borges story Growing up around farming throughout his father’s career, Manny Lopez became passionate about veterinary science. His father worked as a farm laborer on a cattle farm and as a mechanic on a farm in his area. Raised in the small town of Smith Valley, Nevada, Lopez also worked on that farm during her high school summer and ...

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Summary of Orange County Library System Events in November 2022

The Orange County Library System (Facebook | Website) has unveiled its event lineup for the month of November 2022. This post uses copy directly from a press release. November is Native American Heritage Month, a time to celebrate the rich histories and traditions of the Indigenous peoples of North America. Orange County Library System will feature programs and events that ...

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Check out these 5 new books this fall

We’re in the midst of fall book release season, my friends, and the hits are falling like leaves. I picked up a few for you today. Let’s go. 1. “Newsroom Confidential: Lessons (and Worries) from an Ink-Stained Life”, by Margaret Sullivan. If you know a journalist, you know that the Hollywood version of a newsroom is often just that – ...

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Young pianists from around the world will participate in the Honens International Piano Competition in Calgary

Links to the breadcrumb local arts Publication date : October 13, 2022 • 14 minutes ago • 3 minute read • Join the conversation Vancouver-born pianist Jon Kimura Parker, artistic director of the Honens International Piano Competition. Photo by Tara McMullen /.jpg Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission on purchases ...

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University of Washington economics professor receives Nobel Prize for insights into financial crises

University of Washington professor Philip Dybvig was among three economists to receive a Nobel Prize on Monday, October 10, 2022. ST. LOUIS — Three economists were awarded a Nobel Prize on Monday for their research on financial crises, including a University of Washington professor whose work on bank runs has become seminal in the field of economics. ...

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“Music is our life”: Ukrainian refugees join the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra – Winnipeg

Two Ukrainian brothers who recently reunited in Winnipeg share their love for music through the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra. Dmytro and Mark Kreshchenskyi are starting a new life in Canada after fleeing St. Petersburg, Russia, for Estonia in late February. The duo performed together in the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra in the eight years leading up to Russia’s 2022 invasion of ...

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Paddy Dennehy | The Music Diary

Paddy Dennehy is a folk singer-songwriter, originally from Limerick, now based in Cork. He recently announced a new album ‘Love and Be Brave’, which will be released in the spring of 2023, and shared the first song, ‘Heaven Not Far’. Stream the new single (Spotify): https://tinyurl.com/HeavenNotFar ABOUT PADDY DENNEHY: As a child, Paddy Dennehy would rush to get a guitar ...

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Gretchen Eileen (Pisel) Powles Obituary

Gretchen Eileen (Pisel) Powles, 83, died Oct. 2, 2022 at Highland Park Care Center in Alliance, Nebraska, following a massive stroke. She was born on August 4, 1939 in Alliance, Nebraska, to Edmund and Grace (Lamb) Pisel. Gretchen has lived her entire life in the Nebraska Sandhills, growing up on her family’s ranch which was part of the original Spade ...

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Haylee Mota can only see light and shadows. Yet she sees so much more. – USC Viterbi

Haylee Mota, sophomore in mechanical engineering at USC Viterbi Haylee Mota remembers the moment well. She was a curious and inquisitive 7-year-old, an admirer of spacecraft, rockets and fighter jets at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington DC, when she decided that one day she would become an engineer. However, the path to making this dream a reality ...

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Douglas Scharf consecrated Coadjutor Bishop of Southwest Florida – Episcopal News Service

The Rt. Rev. Douglas Scharf is joined by his family during his ordination and consecration as Coadjutor Bishop of the Diocese of Southwest Florida on September 24, 2022 in Sarasota. Photo source: Diocese of Southwest Florida [Diocese of Southwest Florida] The Rt. Rev. Douglas F. Scharf was ordained and consecrated Coadjutor Bishop of the Diocese of Southwest Florida on Saturday, ...

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UMF’s Steven Pane performs works by Beethoven and Mazzoli, October 4-5 – Daily Bulldog

Steven PanePhoto credit: UMF Image FARMINGTON – The University of Maine at Farmington is proud to announce that music professor Steven Pane will perform Missy Mazzoli’s “Orizzonte” for electronic solo piano and Beethoven’s Sonata No. 23 in F minor, Opus 57 “Appassionata”. Performances will take place at Nordica Auditorium in Merrill Hall on the UMF campus on Tuesday, October 4 ...

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Vintage Theater Picks the Perfect Director to Tackle Issues of Culture and Identity in Chilling Thriller

period theater opened its season earlier in the month with the lighthearted musical The sleepy chaperonebut the next offering on the list is more serious: the regional premiere of At Julia Cho’s The piano teacher, a cleverly constructed, seemingly cozy room with darkness at its heart. The protagonist, Mrs. K, appears to be a typical kind piano teacher, now retired ...

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Learn how to perfect your sound in Pianist 128: available now

What’s in this number? ✔ Anna Fyodorova – The Ukrainian pianist talks about finding peace in music ✔ MORE THAN 40 PAGES OF SHEET MUSIC – 13 scores in total, including a Lyapunov Lullabya Haydn Presto, a Lyssenko Anguishby Bizet Dawn and the Polonaise op. 40 No. 1 by Chopin ✔ Step by step lessons – including Lucy Parham on ...

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max korman profile

Maxwell Korman wakes up to a daily mountain of physics problem sets and computer classes. Somewhere in that pile are bits of sheet music — Korman’s prep for Boston College’s 30th annual Pops on the Heights gala. Korman, MCAS ’23, was chosen from dozens of singers from across B.C. who auditioned in April to perform at the annual fundraiser, which ...

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A lone piper will play as the Queen’s coffin is lowered into the vault at Windsor, a Queen-approved detail

A LONE bagpiper’s lament is among the personal touches for the Queen’s final farewell this afternoon. As his coffin is lowered into the vault of St George’s Chapel at Windsor Pipe, Major Paul Burns of the Royal Regiment of Scotland will end the incarceration. 2 A lone bagpiper’s lament is among the personal touches in the Queen’s final farewell this ...

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Listen to “Songs for a Fall Day” at the Bradford Arts Center

Community invited to hear the voices of local artists on September 24 The Bradford Arts Center is hosting ‘Songs for a Fall Day’ next week with local singers for an afternoon of songs, spirituals and arias. Hear the voices of local artists Heather Faris, Michele Pearson, William Salinas-Crosby and Antonia de Wolfe. The event will take place at the Bradford ...

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Annapolis-born singer-songwriter Tori Tullier returns home for Songwriters Festival – Capital Gazette

When a group of Nashville-based singer-songwriters arrived in Annapolis for a music festival this weekend, one artist was heading home. Annapolis High School graduate Tori Tullier will perform Friday and Saturday at the Metropolitan Kitchen and living room as part of the first-ever Annapolis Songwriters Festival. The festival will welcome more than 50 artists who will perform in 13 venues ...

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New line-up, new album for a band with New College roots | arts and entertainment

They went from New College kids to shrunken old heads from the Sarasota rock scene. And they did it in the space of two albums. Josh Scheibel and Caegan Quimby, vocalists and songwriters for Physical Plant, embarked on a brief musical exile during the pandemic that allowed them to hone their gear. They emerged with a veteran rhythm section with ...

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MDC kicks off 25th anniversary Jazz at Wolfson presents with saxophonist Jamey Aebersold on September 14

Miami, September 7, 2022 – Miami Dade College’s (MDC) The Department of Arts and Philosophy celebrates the 25e birthday of his popular Jazz at Wolfson presents, the longest running free jazz series in Miami-Dade County. The 2022-23 season will begin at noon, Wednesday, September 14, with NEA Jazz Master saxophonist Jamey Aebersold, at the MDC Wolfson Campus in downtown Miami. ...

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Fresh produce from Jamie Hinckson

Jamie Hinckson KEYBOARDIST/PRODUCER Jamie Hinckson hopes his latest work, Fresh productswill bring calm to the listeners. “I just hope this new album will bring some serenity to a world full of chaos. After being locked away for years, I want my Fresh products album to serve as a fresh start for anyone looking for a lifeline. Instrumental jazz reggae is ...

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Album reviews: Tyshawn Sorey Trio, Madonna and The Phantom Blues Band

Tyshawn Sorey Trio “Mesmerism” (Music Yeroz7) One of the most acclaimed, versatile and adventurous American musicians of this century, Tyshawn Sorey is – at 42 years old – almost stunningly multi-faceted. Recipient of a 2017 MacArthur Foundation “Genius Fellowship”, he is a percussionist, pianist and trombonist who has composed heartbreaking works for orchestras, chamber ensembles and opera companies. His music, ...

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Veronica Pellegrini’s superb composition, La Vaguada for 4 cellos, will be performed at the prestigious Cellistiko festival

Veronica Pellegrini, a rising composer, is getting the greatest recognition for her work, as her suite for 4 cellos, La Vaguada, will be performed at the prestigious Cellistico Music Festival. On Sunday August 4, the piece written by Veronica Pellegrini will be premiered during the concert and performed by the festival faculty. The concert will take place at the Carnegie ...

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Samara Joy, a young vocalist who creates today’s standards : NPR

Samara Joy Meredith Truax hide caption toggle caption Meredith Truax Samara Joy Meredith Truax Jazz night in America launches a new mini-series titled young bloodswhich will highlight five emerging artists who are forging new paths with their distinct points of view. Our first Youngblood is singer and songwriter Samara Joy, a now blossoming artist who was nurtured like a seedling ...

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Hashihime of Old Book Town

Hashihime of Old Book Town is almost a novel, almost a visual novel, almost a kinetic novel. Yet despite all these “almost”, Hashihime takes full advantage of his medium to weave a bewitching thread superimposing the ugly with the beautiful, the dirty with the clean, the empty with the full. Its story of self-discovery and experimentation through fiction, the conflict ...

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How to Know if You’re Ready to Teach Piano

BY KAYLA BEIRNE There’s nothing better than sharing your passions with the world and guiding the future of pianists. Here’s how to know if you’re ready to teach piano. Many of us wonder when the transition from student to teacher begins. In many ways we are still learning and the hunt for knowledge never stops. However, there comes a time ...

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Edwardsville student attended two-week summer music camp

Collin Yablonsky, a young musician from Edwardsville, recently spent two weeks in Door County, Wisconsin studying at the Birch Creek Music Performance Center. Yablonsky, a student at Metro-East Lutheran High School, plays guitar and was among 36 other musicians from across the country to attend a Jazz II session at the prestigious academy, whose unique mission is to provide intensive ...

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Joni Mitchell receives honorary doctorate from Berklee College of Music: “Words can’t describe it”

Joni Mitchell has garnered a shelf full of awards over her more than half-century career, but she said few have been sweeter than the honorary doctorate bestowed on her on Tuesday night (August 23) by the Berklee College of Music in recognition of his contribution to music. “Since her debut in the late 1960s, Joni has been a force for ...

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10 things you didn’t know about the cast of Sing 2

Since Illumination Entertainment released the first Despicable Me in July 2010, their productions have continued to surpass themselves. Among his most successful projects is the To sing franchise, with two installments that have grossed over $1 billion worldwide. To sing, written and directed by Garth Jennings, was released in 2016, with an ensemble cast of some of the best actors ...

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ARTS AND HUMANITIES: Two orchestral overtures feature keyboard soloists | Features

Keyboard instruments reign supreme as two local orchestras open their 2022-23 seasons. Piano is featured at the Aiken Symphony Orchestra’s September 10 concert while organ dominates the Aiken Civic Orchestra’s program on August 28. George Gershwin’s ‘Piano Concerto in F’ is sure to be a crowd pleaser when the ASO kicks off its new season with a new Music Director, ...

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If You Build It (Beautifully), They’ll Come: A Harvard Story

People joke about the Boston accent, made famous by the Wahlberg brothers, television reruns of Cheers, and the genius MIT janitor in Good Will Hunting. There’s Boston Chowder, and the Boston Red Sox and their rather extreme weather (Massachusetts has two seasons: winter and building). What we never laugh at is Harvard; the epitome of elite education. The prestige didn’t ...

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“Mount Everest of Music”: Bemidji State Teachers Launch “Winterreise” Project – Bemidji Pioneer

BEMIDJI — Franz Schubert’s song cycle “Winterreise” — or “Winter Journey” — can be considered a bucket list item for pianists and vocal performers, and two Bemidji state music teachers recently scratched him from their own lists. Now available on compact disc and music streaming services, pianist Stephen Carlson and baritone singer Cory Renbarger have released their own version of ...

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Tucson pianist draws inspiration from martial arts, COVID for upcoming recital | Music

Some people have chosen hobbies during the pandemic. Tucson Pianist Fanya Lin learned military style martial arts. “Originally, because of Asian hate crimes, I learned about it in self-defense,” the Taiwanese-born man said. University of Arizona music teacher. “But I fell in love with it.” Krav Maga is a system of self-defense developed in the mid-1930s by Jews facing anti-Semitic ...

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Australian music legend, Seekers singer dies aged 79

Alongside Guy were Keith Potger and fellow publicist Bruce Woodley, and soon Durham was a regular at their Monday night performances at a popular coffee lounge. Potger at the time was also an ABC radio producer, so during his lunch hour he made a demo tape of the band, which became the debut album, Presentation of the researchers – although ...

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PIANO LEGENDS by Zach Bartholomew is coming to the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center this month

Featuring compositions and arrangements by some of the most influential piano trios in American jazz and musical history, the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center will host Piano Legends: The Music of Cole, Peterson, Evans, Jamal, Hancock, Glasper with the Zach Bartholomew Trio, Saturday August 20 at 8:30 p.m. Dr. Zachary Bartholomew is an award-winning pianist, composer, and music teacher who ...

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Christiane Wade Luehrs – Hays Daily News

Christiane Wade Luehrs, 81, died quietly in her sleep at her home on July 14, 2022. She was born September 30, 1940, to Reynolds W. Wade, MD, and Theodora Pomeranz Wade in Toledo, Ohio, and grew up near from the shores of the Great Lakes. She graduated from Valparaiso University, earned a master’s degree in history from Washington University in ...

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Does your life matter to God?

I intend to return to Galatians 5, as I indicated, later. Now, instead, I want to talk about what makes a life count, by exposing lives, believers who have lived and are now with God. Some are biblical. Some have blessed me from birth. Everything counted. And there are others that I hope to mention in a later column. ...

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Jeremy Yudkin: At Tanglewood, a weekend full of Beethoven piano concertos and new works by American women composers | Berkshire landscapes

LENOX — This weekend, at Tanglewood, we will witness remarkable events: a tour de force of concentration and musicality in the English-born pianist Paul Lewis‘ traversal of Ludwig von Beethoven’s five piano concertos in less than 48 hours, in three consecutive concerts, each featuring the music of contemporary American female composers. These works are juxtaposed, placing the new and the ...

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Croatia opens bridge around Bosnia to get to Dubrovnik

Published on: 07/26/2022 – 04:28 Komarna (Croatia) (AFP) – Croatia inaugurates on Tuesday a long-awaited bridge linking its southern Adriatic coast, including Dubrovnik, to the rest of the country, bypassing a narrow strip of Bosnian territory. The 2.4 kilometer (1.5 mile) stretch stretches from the Croatian mainland to the Peljesac peninsula which connects to the southern part of the Croatian ...

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The saddest movies ever made – 24/7 Wall St.

What makes a movie sad? A doomed romance, dashed hopes, the demise of a beloved institution or way of life…and the death, of course, of a loved one, a self-sacrificing hero, of an animal with sad eyes. Everyone has a different idea of ​​what’s sad and what’s not, of course; like humor, it is a matter of taste and temperament. ...

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Pano Fountas on the score and orchestration of the historical drama 1805

The short drama 1805 transcends its historical boundaries by telling the story of two people who risk everything to gain their freedom without realizing the depth of their ties to a sophisticated system of oppression. The story takes place on a plantation in Virginia. The aftermath of the Haitian Revolution of 1804 reverberated north into America, causing unrest among the ...

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Watch Now: Chamber Music Festival Brings Student Musicians to Bloomington | Music

BLOOMINGTON – Chamber music gives performers something they are unlikely to find in larger groups, participants of the Illinois Chamber Music Festival say. “It’s so much more intimate, like jazz, for example, if you’re sitting there in a jazz trio or a quartet or a quintet or something, and you’re improvising, it’s a conversation and it’s is the same for ...

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Mason remembers Sid Dewberry’s ‘guiding light’ legacy

At age 75, Sid Dewberry began taking piano lessons with Mason teacher Linda Monson, principal of what was then called Mason’s School of Music. He is pictured here with Monson at a student scholarship event. Photo by Christophe Bobo Sid Dewberry, whose advocacy and generosity touched countless students and helped transform the entire George Mason University community, died July 16. ...

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Ioannis Potamous, based in the United Arab Emirates, is named Steinway Artist

Steinway artist Ioannis Potamouse does what he does best. Mohammad Yusuf, Feature Writer Ioannis Potamoussis described as a “New Colossus of the Keys”, is internationally acclaimed as a charismatic and passionate performer. He was recently named a “Steinway artist”. “Ioannis Potamoussis impressed the audience with his powerful and charming interpretation as well as his ability to create a dialogue with ...

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Julia Roberts announced as the winner of the Academy Museum’s Icon Award

julia robert will have to make a little extra room on her coat when she receives the Academy Museum Gala Icon Award this fall. The 54-year-old star, who can already boast an Oscar, three Golden Globes and a SAG Award (not that she’d do that, she’s way too classy) will receive her award at the big shindig on October 15, ...

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Artist Centenary: John Craxton, Hampstead, Camden

Published: 11:54 am July 14, 2022 A rare chandelier by sculptor Giacometti is the centerpiece of a festival marking the centenary of Hampstead artist John Craxton. The painter hung the bronze object in his Kidderpore Avenue home after buying it from an antique shop in Marylebone for £250. Now valued at a few million, he recognized it as a unique ...

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Interview with composer Gregory Reveret: Resident Evil

The resident Evil The franchise is moving in a bold new direction with the upcoming Netflix live-action show. The series centers on Jade Wesker, daughter of iconic video game character Albert Wesker, through two timelines in which she learns of her and Umbrella’s dark past during her teenage years and fights for survival in a world torn apart by the ...

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Find a treasure trove of music for the masses in old magazines

I had the serious task this spring of cleaning my parents’ house. I was able to leave with most of my mother’s music as well as the music of our piano teacher. Some things have been incorporated into my collections. Other songs are played or watched by other musician friends. This is not the first time that my collection has ...

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Cole Knutson wants world-class music for his Saskatchewan. hometown

When Cole Knutson first left North Battleford in 2014, he had already decided that he would one day try to thank his hometown for helping him achieve his dream of becoming a world-class musician. THE BATTLEFORDS — Residents of Battlefords and surrounding areas also deserve the same quality music they would hear in New York, London, Paris or Berlin. That’s ...

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New Orleans Seminary’s “Prepare Her” Program Equips Women and Spouses for Ministry

Tara Dew wears many hats. She is the wife of the president of New Orleans Baptist Theological SeminaryDirector of Thrive – NOBTS’ Ministry Wife Certificate Program – and Adjunct Professor of Women’s Ministry. None of these were on her radar when she served with her husband, Jamie, when he was a pastor in North Carolina. A former teacher, Dew was ...

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Mary Lou “Diddy” Kringel Johansen

Mary Lou “Diddy” Kringel Johansen Iowa town Mary Lou “Diddy” Kringel Johansen returned to her Heavenly Father on June 7, 2022. Mary Lou was born December 20, 1927, in Iowa City, to Carl (Chris) and Coralie (Cuber) Kringel. Mary Lou received her nickname, Diddy, when she was a child. Older brother Bob’s attempt to tell his sister came out as ...

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Brownstein: Oliver Jones set to talk, not play, jazz at art exhibit

Breadcrumb Links Music Local News Columnists Arts “It’s great to see the city come to life during the jazz festival. Even if I don’t play, I want to be part of it. » Oliver Jones tries his hand at the piano in Christ Church Cathedral ahead of his appearance – strictly as a speaker – at the Arts at the ...

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Who the hell was Lindsey Nelson?

Resident experts, at an unofficial lunch at Aubrey’s, complained about the price of gasoline and the exorbitant cost of living. It abruptly turned into a heated discussion about Neyland Stadium renovations, 100-year-old propaganda, improved wi-fi and, believe it or not, the party bridge. “What would the general think of that?” ” make laugh. Lindsey Nelson in her trademark jacket was ...

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Born to Dance — Catherine Knight: Multimedia Artist ‘Visual Music’ | Valley life

Some people prefer to dance romantically, cheek to cheek in the moonlight. Others, 21st century rock or hip hop, country line dancing, salsa or ballroom dancing. Boomers sometimes spin their versions of the “funky chicken” at class reunions. Tribune-Star/Joseph C. Garza Driven by the details: Artist Catherine Knight points out a detail in her work, Untitled, during her visit to ...

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Bring people together and create community

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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“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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