Two musicians take the stage with beautiful music – The Parthenon

After a one-and-a-half-year hiatus, two musician professors from Marshall University took to the stage on Sunday with a recreation of romantic era sonatas at the Joan C. Edwards Playhouse. The students were greeted at 3 p.m. for a free performance by professors Solen Dikener, who plays the cello and Johan Botes, who plays the piano. “What we hope to achieve ...

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6 back-to-office gadgets you didn’t know you needed

Whether it’s a focus tracker or a laptop UV disinfectant, these products are also perfect for the student in your life! #newdaynw Are you back in the office and feel like you could use some new gadgets to make it more fun? Or maybe you have a student who needs new technology to help them with their homework online. Steve ...

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Marjorie Lee Corrine (Hollerud) Teasdale | Waukesha obituary

WAUKESHA Marjorie Lee Corrine (Hollerud) Teasdale February 12, 1933 – September 7, 2021 Marjorie Lee Corrine (Hollerud) Teasdale, 88, of Waukesha, passed away suddenly with all of her family by her side on Tuesday, September 7, 2021, at Waukesha Memorial Hospital. Marjorie was born on February 12, 1933, in Glenwood City, to Edgar and Camilla (Nelson) Hollerud. Marjorie grew up ...

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One year is 365 days

A gap year sounds sexy, doesn’t it? It’s getting more and more popular, but it’s still unconventional enough to justify the fascination of others when you tell them about it. It’s a badge of honor that you proudly wear on your sleeve to let the world know that you’re not afraid to stop and take the time to think about ...

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The best apps in the test: from back trainer to audiobook player to piano teacher

The best apps in the test: from back trainer to audiobook player to piano teacher Health & Lifestyle Apps: Cooking, Exercise, Back Training Leisure and recreation applications: astronomy, outdoor activities, photography and audiobooks Applications for learning instruments and for school The Play Store and the App Store are a good thing: they offer exciting programs with which smartphones can, for ...

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Bringing the Music Back: Central Basin Community Concert Series Returns to Stage Tonight

While the venue may be different to start the season, the quality of performances and community enthusiasm will be the same as the Central Basin Community Concert Association hosts its first performance since the pandemic on Friday night. Award-winning duo Shea-Kim, consisting of classical musicians Brendan Shea and Yerin Kim, will begin the concert series this evening at 7 p.m. ...

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As ROLI ends, what happens next?

When ROLI filed for administration on September 3, 2021, the news did not come as a huge shock to industry watchers. London-based developer of Seaboard MIDI keyboards, Blocks, and more recently the creator of the LUMI consumer keyboard and app, was struggling financially. His most recent accounts, filed in 2019, show pre-tax losses of £ 34.1million on income of £ ...

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Brown braid. Two fingers on each hand and learn to play the piano.

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) – Take a close look at 10-year-old Braiden Brown. He has two fingers on each hand. On March 19, 2019, Braiden’s family say he was the victim of a horrific lawnmower accident in Lincolnton. He was airlifted to Levine Children’s Hospital, underwent emergency surgery, and then spent nearly a month undergoing further surgeries, skin transplants and rehabilitation. ...

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Ratan Tata is going to learn the piano again because “No age is too late”

When it comes to chasing dreams, age is no obstacle. Business mogul Ratan Tata illustrated this in his latest post on social media. If you follow the industrialist on social media platforms, you’ve probably come across several of his insightful posts. From mind-blowing nostalgic memories and life trivia to social cause posts, the businessman’s social media page is a gold ...

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