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

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

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The Reynolda Quartet returns to Maison Reynolda on March 27

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

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PYO Music Institute Launches 9th Annual Ovation Awards

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

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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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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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Templeton High announces nominees for Girls State Conference

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

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Bach lunch-conference: “The art of songwriting”

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

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Liu from Fox Chapel Area, a piano virtuoso with international titles

Growing up, Fox Chapel Area junior Lawrence Liu only had one CD to listen to – “Essentials” by Michael Jackson. This album featured Jackson’s top hits, from “ABC” to “Beat It,” and was the starting point for Liu’s musical accomplishments. The teenager recently won top prizes in several international piano competitions, including: – Grand Prize winner of the Pittsburgh International ...

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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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Lynn Pettit Thompson Obituary – Asbury Park Press

Lynn Pettit Thompson Lynn Pettit Thompson, widow of Reverend Russell W. Thompson, Sr., returned home to be with her Lord and Savior on November 26, 2021. She was 100 years old. Born as “Mary Caroline” Pettit in Brooklyn, New York, Lynn spent her first eleven years in St. Petersburg, Florida, where her parents founded and operated the Cilley Foundational School, ...

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

[ad_1] 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 ...

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BUSINESS BRIEFS: Flying Cloud mentor training; Berkshire Money Management Opens UK Office; Horan joins Cain Hibbard; Berkshire Music School, BCC add staff

[ad_1] Flying Cloud Institute hosts mentor training at Berkshire Innovation Center PITTSFIELD – Friday, November 19, Flying Cloud Institute (FCI) hosted a mentor training session for its Girls Science Club program at Berkshire Innovation Center (BIC) in Pittsfield. New mentors, alumni and future mentors who are young women or non-binary youth have been invited to attend. The session included hands-on ...

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Canberra-based music school teaching all students – young and old – to play an instrument

[ad_1] At 76 and 78 years old, Canberra’s grandparents, Maria and Chris Adams, are proof that you’re never too old to stick with a man. The retired accountants have just graduated from Community Rock School at Australian National University. “We were laughing while filling out the application,” Ms. Adams said. “But then we got accepted and we were like, ‘Oh ...

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Piano Sundays return to the Old Capitol Museum

[ad_1] Piano Sundays is a collaboration between students, faculty and West Music at the University of Iowa School of Music, which will present four performances from November through April. Grace Kreber Pictured is the historic grand piano from the old captiol named “Rose” where students and teachers showcase their skills as Piano Sundays return to the Old Capital Museum for ...

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Trio Solace will give a benefit concert at RVCC

[ad_1] Raritan Valley Community College’s Department of Arts and Design will present a concert on October 17 with Trio Solace. The trio includes Jacob Savransky on piano, Edward Li on violin and Mark Serkin on cello. The event, which is open to the public, will take place at 2 p.m. at the Welpe Theater on RVCC’s Branchburg campus and will ...

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After a last minute meeting, a wake-up call

[ad_1] Cortney norris and Thomas Lowery weren’t supposed to go on a date. Ms. Norris, 38, a Latin teacher at Dalton School on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, had a friend scheduled to see the live recording of the Mortified Podcast in March 2018. Mr. Lowery, 35, video producer at Ted Productions, was also supposed to meet a friend ...

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New Music New Haven returns to in-person performances

[ad_1] After a year of prerecorded virtual concerts, New Music New Haven’s live concert on Sunday will feature work by student composers and two teaching composers. Sarah cook 12:44 am, October 04, 2021 Contributing journalist Sarah Cook, collaborating photographer After more than a year of pre-recorded virtual concerts, the New Music New Haven concert series will return live on October ...

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Lucille Graybill (1916 – 2021) obituary – Troutville, VA

[ad_1] Lucille Painter Graybill November 26, 1916 – September 30, 2021 Lucille Painter Graybill (Mrs. EA Graybill Jr.), 104, of Troutville, Va., Passed away peacefully of natural causes on September 30, 2021. Lucille, usually known as Cille, was born in Montebello, Va., The daughter of the late Bland A. and Martha Seaman Painter. Her family moved to Thaxton, Virginia, where ...

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Deeply Rooted School of Music Offers Something Different in Music Education

[ad_1] Click to enlarge Sam Goodman and Joel Zigman open Deeply Rooted Music School in Arvada. Jeff Warnock Sam Goodman and Joel zigman are classically trained musicians who cut their teeth as elementary school music educators in Jefferson County. Teaching children was a rewarding endeavor, they say, but they always felt that music education, both public and private, was lacking. ...

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The Lee School of Music to present the faculty gala

[ad_1] The Lee University School of Music will present the first installment of this year’s performing arts series, the Faculty Gala. Showcasing Lee’s vocal and instrumental faculty, the concert will take place on Thursday, September 30 at 7:30 p.m. at Pangle Hall. “The School of Music and Lee University are fortunate to have faculty with exceptional musical talent,” said Dr. ...

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Professors Marshall perform again after hiatus – The Parthenon

[ad_1] After a year-and-a-half hiatus, two 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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The Recorder – Your Religion News: September 18, 2021

[ad_1] Today: State Representative Paul Mark to Face the Climate Crisis GREENFIELD – Franklin County Interfaith Council and All Souls Church Sponsor Major State Representative Paul Mark Conference on Climate Crisis, Specifically on “The Next Generation Roadmap Act for Massachusetts Climate Policy, ”the first such law in the country. Representative Mark is the House Deputy Chairman of the Legislature’s Key ...

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Opera arrangements, symphony numbers and worship standards highlight the fall musical program

[ad_1] Musical performances at the MC this fall will be enriched by the presence of community members in the audience, according to Dr. Benjamin Williams, president of music. Please note that this article contains affiliate links and any sales made through such links will reward MageeNews.com a small commission – at no additional cost to you. After an exclusive 2020-21 ...

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Two musicians take the stage with beautiful music – The Parthenon

[ad_1] 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 ...

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With this training you can learn to play piano, guitar and ukulele for less than $ 30

[ad_1] TLDR: The beginner’s piano, guitar, and ukulele software bundle can help even beginners learn and master three instruments through insightful video lessons led by experts. Imagine taking the stage and sliding behind a piano to start playing your favorite song in front of an enthusiastic crowd. When the song hits your first chorus, you get active, stepping out from ...

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Vivace Music Festival brings world-class classical music to Wilmington

[ad_1] Wilmington has a music festival – great music performed at the highest level. The Vivace music festival debuted on July 22 and continues through August 9 with concerts at the Wilson Center at Cape Fear Community College, St. James Episcopal Church and First Presbyterian Church. Vivace (pronounced Vee-VAH-chey) is the second classical music series to come to Wilmington this ...

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SSSB organizes the Summon the Heroes concert | Lifestyles

[ad_1] After an 18-month hiatus due to the Covid pandemic, the Southern Stars Symphonic Brass is preparing a new season of “Premium Entertainment” concerts. This 30-piece professional instrumental ensemble will kick off its 2021-’22 season with a free concert titled Summon the Heroes on Saturday, September 4 at 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on The Grove’s new outdoor performance stage ...

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Bienen Releases First Video in Three-Part Black Composer Showcase Series

[ad_1] Daily archive photo by Daniel Tian The Patrick G. and Shirley W. Ryan Center for the Musical Arts, home to the Bienen School of Music. Bienen has launched a three-part Black Composer Showcase series featuring student performances in voice and instrumentals, as well as presentations on the works and composers by professors and student musicologists and guests. The Bienen ...

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Live concerts by professors, guest artists return to Kent Blossom Music Festival

[ad_1] The Kent Blossom Summer Music Festival has adapted again this year to COVID-19, offering virtual educational programming to 20 national and international music students, but also bringing back live and in-person concerts by professors from the festival and guest artists. The Kent Blossom Music Festival, an educational partnership between Kent State University, the Cleveland Orchestra and the Blossom Music ...

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