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Composer Andrew Norman Joins USC Thornton School of Music as Associate Professor of Composition

(Credit: Craig T. Matthew) Andrew Norman will take up the position of Associate Professor of Composition at his Alma Mater USC Thornton School of Music in the fall of 2023. Norman is a two-time finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Music. His work has been championed by renowned conductors such …

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The high school student takes her voice to Europe with the American Music Abroad tour

Jasmine Minnich has been singing all her life, and now she has the opportunity to take her talent to Europe with the 2023 American Music Abroad Tour. The West Perry eldest will be touring and performing in Belgium, Germany, France, Austria and Switzerland next summer. “I’m very excited to explore,” …

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17-20 November: lively arts, music, shows and entertainment in and around Manchester

This week’s roundup of live entertainment in and around Manchester is brought to you by A. Robert Dionne of Ted Herbert Music School & Rentals. Email your entertainment events to [email protected] for review. Make sure to add your events to the InkLink community calendar for possible inclusion in the live …

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10 Anime Characters No One Realizes Are Korean

The anime features several characters who are not of Japanese descent. Over the years, there has been a plethora of Chinese and Indian characters. There have even been Western characters, such as American, British, French, and Italian characters. However, Korean characters in Japanese anime are extremely rare. RELATED: 10 Anime …

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Music venue could take over former Debenhams store in Bolton

New The owners say there is no chance of it ever becoming a store again as they have no interest from retailers. Radical transformation plans for the former Debenhams department store in Bolton town center include the construction of rooftop football pitches. The former flagship store in the Market Place …

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This composer is preparing to conduct her own opera for the first time. She is 17 years old

Alma Deutscher, a 17-year-old composer, conducts the San Jose Opera Orchestra during a rehearsal of her opera “Cinderella” at the Heiman Digital Media Studio and Rehearsal Hall in San Jose in October. Deutscher will make his operatic conducting debut when the opera opens in November. Photo: Salgu Wissmath / The …

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See Deftones Play “Back to School” and Other Rarities at Dia de los Deftones Fest

Yesterday evening (05 November), Deftones headlining the 2022 edition of their Dia de los Deftones festival. The diverse and hand-picked billing included Turnstile, Freddie Gibbs, Phantogram, Cold Gawd and more, but the day belonged to Sacramento’s alternative metal pioneers, of course. Chino Moreno and Co. made the most of their …

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Mount Vernon School District with State Music Teacher of the Year | School

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Aurora College music teacher named 2023 Colorado teacher of the year

Jimmy Lee Day II, the band’s manager and instrumental music teacher at East Middle School at Aurora Public Schools, was named Colorado’s 2023 Teacher of the Year in a surprise ceremony Friday, according to a statement. release from the Colorado Department of Education. As Teacher of the Year, Day will …

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Os Mutantes brings its influential Brazilian psych to the Paper Tiger in San Antonio on Saturday, October 29 | Music Stories and Interviews | San Antonio

Click to enlarge Courtesy Photo/Os Mutantes The band’s new incarnation has garnered rave reviews, both for its post-2000 reunion albums and electrifying live performances. Sixties Brazilian band Os Mutantes were named by a Who’s Who of revolutionary musicians, from Beck to Kurt Cobain, the latter of whom pleaded in a …

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Atarah Ben-Tovim, flautist who showed children that classical music can be exciting and fun – obituary

Atarah Ben-Tovim, who died at the age of 82, was a gifted orchestral flautist whose irrepressible personality was best seen through the countless children’s concerts she presented in the 1970s and 1980s. Long before education departments and outreach teams became fashionable, Atarah Ben-Tovim took his fellow musicians, known as Atarah’s …

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Producer in demand Fred again..: ‘I was lucky not to be good at anything else’ | Music

SLying on the sunny balcony of his luxurious Los Angeles rental, Fred Gibson looks like music’s go-to super-producer. Even dressed in an oversized embroidered sweatshirt, Gibson’s dominating Zoom screen smile suggests things are going pretty well. After overseeing hits for everyone from Stormzy to Rita Ora, Ed Sheeran to AJ …

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Billy Idol review – old-school rock ‘n’ roll transcends nostalgic fun | pop and rock

Oilliam Broad was a bespectacled schoolboy teacher from Bromley nicknamed “Billy Idle” before punk and contact lenses sparked his transformation. He became a regular on Top of the Pops with Generation X and then a global superstar in the MTV era. Now 66, he remains as tireless as ever, shouting …

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Renowned pianist to open concert series at Rose Gellert Hall in Langley – Aldergrove Star

Langley Community Music School returns with its annual “Café Classico Concert Series” later this month, meaning music lovers can once again enjoy afternoons filled with music, refreshments and conversation. Acclaimed pianist Corey Hamm will kick off the series at Rose Gellert Hall on Sunday, October 23 at 2:30 p.m. Dr. …

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Campbell Community Briefings for the week of October 14 – The Mercury News

School party St. Lucy’s School is hosting a Food and Fun Fest October 21-23, featuring rides and games, food and treats, and live music. The festival takes place on Friday, October 21, from 4:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.; Saturday 22 Oct, 10.30am-10.30pm; and Sunday, October 23, from noon to 6 …

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Northcote: Bishop of Kerasounta visits Byzantine School of Music

On Monday, October 3, 2022, Bishop Evmenios de Kerasounta paid a visit to the Byzantine Music School of the Holy Archdiocese of Australia in the Archdiocesan Northcote District of Victoria. The Northcote branch of the school operates every Monday at the premises of St John’s Greek Orthodox College Preston. Bishop …

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Venezuelan piano student Alejandro Orta is living “a very artistic summer”

Alexandre Orta Alejandro Orta, a second-year piano student, had a summer of discovery in more ways than one.Orta has prepared Frederic Chopin’s Ballade No. 4 for performance at the 2022 Piano Pedagogy Seminar and the Ohio Music Teachers Association State Conference. This piece is widely revered as one of the …

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Faster Than Sound: A Late Introduction Of Your Incoming Music Publisher: Music Columnist Moves To Music Publisher After Four Years – Music

Consecutive the Chronicle music editors Raoul Hernandez, Kevin Curtin and Rachel Rascoe (photo by John Anderson) Daughter of a teacher, I have always measured time in school levels. Four years of high school to really get into music and drive from my hometown of San Antonio to Austin for shows …

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New book co-edited by Lisa Lehmberg published by Routledge: UMass Amherst

Lisa Lehmbergprofessor of music education in the Department of Music and Dance at UMass Amherst, has co-edited a new book titled “Meanings of Music Participation: Scenarios from the United Stateswhich was published in late August by Routledge as part of its New Directions in Music Education series. Image Lehmberg edited …

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Phoenix Music’s 3 TDs lead Annville-Cleona to victory over Columbia | high school soccer

ANNVILLE – Phoenix Music had three touchdowns and Gavin Keller added another as Annville-Cleona scored 27 unanswered points to claim their first win in the Lancaster-Lebanon League Section Five, beating Columbia 27-7 on Friday evening. Averaging over 400 yards on offense in four weeks, Annville-Cleona (1-1 LL, 3-2 overall) had …

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Make way for a weekend of art, music

By Insider Staff – September 21, 2022 | The first full weekend of fall will feature more than the beautiful colors of the turning leaves. In the capital, art will be in full bloom as beautiful handicrafts will be displayed amid exciting …

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The Korean Cultural Center in Egypt celebrates the end of “2022 Overseas Korean Traditional Music School”

Feature: As part of the Korean Cultural Center celebrations. CAIRO – September 19, 2022: The Korean Cultural Center in Egypt held a work presentation to celebrate the end of “Overseas Korean Traditional Music School 2022″ at the Egyptian National Academy of Arts on September 15 . …

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AthFest Educates Receives Arts Council Grants | Arts & Culture

The Georgia Council for the Arts awarded AthFest Educates, a local nonprofit, two grants to help fund the organization’s community arts and education programs, according to a news release. Together, the grants are worth more than $10,000. AthFest Educates is a nonprofit music and arts education organization that serves K-12 …

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The coffee season should open on Sunday | New

WALTON — The Whispering Tree, a duo, will open Music on the Delaware’s 2022-23 Coffeehouse season on Sunday, Sept. 18, with an in-person performance and livestream from 6-8 p.m. According to a press release, named “one of the most talented duos to hit the stage in New York” by Deli …

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Cardi B surprises her former Bronx college with a $100,000 donation

Cardi B made a surprise visit to her old college as part of the New York Community Capacity Building organization. On Tuesday, Cardi headed to her old stomping ground, IS 232, in the Morris Heights neighborhood of the Bronx. After delivering a motivational speech to ecstatic students and answering some …

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Area high school bands were on the march during Music in Oil Country | cover page

Area high school marching bands strutted around again at the annual Music in Oil Country Marching Band Festival at Oil City High School on Saturday night. Attendees were treated to a show that Oil City High School band director Dan Cartwright promised would be “one of the best years ever” …

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These are the kids who are the stars of the Grammy-nominated Alphabet Rockers

When Kaitlin McGaw and Tommy Soulati Shepherd founded the performance collective Alphabet Toggles, the longtime friends wanted to inspire kids to make social changes. Hip hop seemed like the perfect medium. “When you watch hip hop, it’s an invitation to be exactly who you are,” McGaw said. “There’s also a …

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Maria Becerra brings old-school reggaetón back to life (and causes a car accident) in ‘Automático’ video – Rolling Stone

The track follows the release of his solo single “Ojalá” earlier this year. Automatic Perreo from Argentina’s Nena. On Thursday, María Becerra released her single “Automático” and accompanied it with a queer code, fast furious-esque music video. “’Automatico’ is really a dream song for me. I have always listened to …

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🌱 TX School Districts Honor Uvalde + New E ATX Clinic + Live Music

Hello and Happy Labor Day, neighbours! It’s Jessica Collins here with your holiday edition of the Austin Daily, filled with all the things you need to know about what’s happening in town. Grab your morning coffee as we dive into: Texas school districts will honor CISD of Uvalde after the …

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Keith’s Music House announces new, expanded location for 2023

Keith’s Music House will move to new premises in Boylston next spring. (Photo/Kathryn Acciari) BOYLSTON – Keith’s Music House recently announced big news: they will be moving to a new location at 220 East Temple Street in Boylston in early spring 2023. “The new location is twice the size of …

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Music festival in Lake George, high school football among top picks – The Daily Gazette

There’s no shortage of things to do in the Capital Region, whether you’re looking for live music, films, theatre, games or festivals. If you need some ideas for your weekend plans, we’ve rounded up some of the best bets around. Here’s an overview of what’s going on: Jamming in Lake …

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For many, the new school year is music to the ear | News, Sports, Jobs

Graham Jaehnig/Daily Mining Gazette For members of the high school marching band, the only alternative to a store in Houghton for things like instrument reeds, valves and other parts, is to order them online. HOUGHTON – Back to school means many things, including last-minute inventories on …

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Thousands of people gathered to celebrate the first “Ashfield Day”

Ashfield advisers suggested that more than 12,000 people gathered at Sutton Lawn for Ashfield Day, with a mix of live music, outdoor cinema, dog shows and rides. Councilor Jason Zadrozny, leader of Ashfield Council, hailed the council’s event as a “major success” and vowed to repeat it in 2023. Highlights …

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New Song “Dance With Everybody”, Moon River Music Festival

Back in the not too distant past, when Drew Holcomb (and most other Nashville musicians) were kept off the road thanks to COVID-19, the folk-pop singer-songwriter sat down with another grounded musician — Ketch Secor of the Old Crow Medicine Show — to write a song. Holcomb and Secor have …

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Remembering the remarkable Hilda Banks Shapiro of Great Barrington | South Berkshires

GREAT BARRINGTON — Can you imagine life in the Berkshires without the ever-effervescent Hilda Banks Shapiro? Neither do I. But she left us on August 17 and cycled in her red Converse tops to join Schubert and Brahms instead. She will also be on the lookout for FDR, Mother Teresa …

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Offering a Unique Opportunity for Local Designers, Factory Fashion Launches a Small Batch Manufacturing Business

Skye Barker Maa, the owner of factory mode, did everything. From theater programs to sewing classes, she is expanding her repertoire by starting a small batch manufacturing business for local designers to get the resources and exposure they desire. Photo courtesy of The Hip Photo Factory Fashion continues to grow …

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Crieff violinist Briona Mannion to perform ahead of move to Switzerland

A violinist who grew up in Crieff is due to play in two local shows before moving to Switzerland. Briona Mannion, 22, born in Comrie and raised in Crieff, will perform solo sets of Beethoven’s music with the brand new Caledonian Chamber Orchestra later this month. A few days later, …

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The 20-year-old Quebec singer-songwriter unveils her soul on Rock Island

While most free and sprawling sites alternating currents this weekend is in downtown Davenport, two of Rock Island’s brightest musical lights will also be shining. Singer-songwriter Katherine Shewell, known as Kas (an acronym for her initials), will perform twice with pianist Andrzej Kozlowski — an outdoor concert at Arts Alley …

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Alex Kerns goes technical at the Palace Theater

Alex Kerns is young. He is multi-talented. And he is focused. “When I was a kid, I listened to music that my dad would load for me on an iPod,” Kerns recalls. “Mostly 80s. I always wondered how these songs were recorded, and I fell in love with the audio. …

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Iconic Israeli singer-songwriter Zvika Pik dies at 72

Pop singer Zvika Pik, considered one of Israel’s musical treasures, died at home on Sunday. He was 72 years old. Pik came of age as a singer in the 1970s when he played a lead role in the Hebrew version of the musical “Hair” and became a household name in …

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Judith Durham, Australian pop star who sang with the Seekers, dies at 79

Placeholder while loading article actions A classically trained singer and pianist, Judith Durham has always been more interested in jazz than folk music. But at 19, while working as a secretary at an advertising agency in Melbourne, Australia, and trying to launch a recording career on the side, she was …

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The Budweiser Clydesdales are back at the Spa!

Week 5 in Saratoga is building up as the Budweiser Clydesdales make their highly anticipated return after more than 15 years. The legendary and beloved Clydesdales will be parked at select Saratoga gateways to greet fans from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and parade through the paddock after race three. …

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Never miss a Cubs game at the Brick & Ivy Rooftop in Altoona

Brandon Wagoner dreamed of owning a Chicago Cubs-themed bar and realized that dream in 2020 when he brought Brick & Ivy Rooftop to his hometown of Altoona, where he graduated from Southeast Polk High School in 2005. . “I’ve always wanted a fun place to go and enjoy dinner, shows, …

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New musical tells the story of war hero Alan Turing | Edinburgh Festival 2022

From social pariah to object of national pity and finally to war hero status, Alan Turing’s reputation has taken an extraordinary trajectory since his death. But now its mere name is enough to wow audiences with a new musical alongside the Edinburgh Festival. In The Vault, a small room under …

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Need a piano? Buy one from the University of Michigan School of Music inventory

ANN ARBOR, MI — Pianos owned by the University of Michigan have been played over the years by Grammy Award winners, international concert pianists and more. Interested in owning one? Well, UM’s School of Music, Drama, and Dance is putting some of its current inventory up for sale so they …

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Watch Olivia Rodrigo Perform New Song “High School Musical”

Fans of Olivia Rodrigo and the Disney+ channel High School Musical: The Musical: The Series got a special surprise via a brief but tantalizing music video of Rodrigo singing “You Never Know” in a scene from the show, which just kicked off its third season on July 27. Rodrigo’s character, …

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Guildhall School of Music announces fall 2022 events with triple opera program and Vaughn Williams birthday concert

The Guildhall School of Music has announced its Fall 2022 lineup, during which the school will present music and drama from September until December 2022. For this article only classical vocal/operatic performances are listed. Royal Opera House and Guildhall School composer-in-residence Oliver Leith and librettist Matt Copson adapted Gus Van …

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Arvada non-profit offers an after-school music program

The founder hopes their work can complement children’s music programs, especially in schools where their programs are on hiatus due to funding issues or other issues. DENVER, Colo. — A new Arvada-based nonprofit hopes to bring music to children as schools often cut after-school music and arts programs. Founder and …

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Asian stocks up ahead of possible US rate hike | Associated press

BEIJING (AP) — Asian stock markets were mostly up on Tuesday as investors braced for another sharp hike in interest rates by the Federal Reserve to cool inflation. Shanghai, Hong Kong and Seoul are progressing. Tokyo fell slightly. Oil rose more than $1 a barrel. Wall Street ended up 0.1% …

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Music School Software Market Statistical Forecast, Business Analysis 2022-10to8, Music School Manager, Optimo Software, PPC Communications, SimplySignUp LLC, Studio Assistant

The latest research on “music school software Report 2022” offered by MRA provides a comprehensive survey of the geographical landscape, industry size as well as the estimation of company revenue. Moreover, the report also highlights the challenges hindering the growth of the market and expansion strategies employed by leading companies …

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Larry Jonathan “Jon/Johnny” O’Kain, 56

Mr. Larry Jonathan “Jon/Johnny” O’Kain, 56, of Brentwood, TN, died Thursday, July 14 at Tri-Star Skyline Medical Center in Nashville. He was born on July 25, 1965 in McMinnville to the late William Larry and Helen Kate Brown O’Kain and was baptized as a young man at Central Church of …

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The 2022 Mizzou International Composers Festival starts on July 25

Each summer, Present and Future Times of Music emanates from the University of Missouri. As part of the school’s secure and evolving relationship with new music, the Mizzou International Composers Festival brings together emerging resident composers to work on their music with revered guest composers, then bring their pieces to …

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Participants announced for the Great Fish Community Challenge

Seventy nonprofit organizations from Flathead Valley will participate in the eighth annual Great Fish Community Challenge hosted by the Whitefish Community Foundation from August 4 through September 16. The Great Fish Community Challenge is a six-week charitable giving campaign where donors can choose to give to multiple nonprofits in one …

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Fundraisers launched for brother killed and sister injured in Menomonee Falls accident

MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis. – Fundraisers have been launched for the slain brother and seriously injured sister after a driver hit them just as a fireworks display ended in Menomonee Falls on July 4. Falls Baptist Church shared links for GoFundMe fundraisers for Ben Reimers, 24, and Emily Grace Reimers, 25. …

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July 7-10: Performing arts, music, shows and entertainment in and around Manchester

This week’s roundup of live entertainment in and around Manchester is brought to you by A. Robert Dionne of Ted Herbert Music School & Rentals. Email your entertainment events to [email protected] for review. Be sure to add your events to the InkLink Community Calendar for possible inclusion in the live …

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Jay Johnston – second generation on stage

Cheboygan native Jay Johnston sat down with former Cheboygan Opera House Executive Director Kathy King Johnson to talk about his experiences. For me, the history of the Opera is inseparable from the history of Northland Players, Cheboygan’s community theater group. The Opera House was closed from the mid-1960s until 1982. …

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Martin C. Dreiwitz, who took student musicians on world tour, dies at 91

Martin C. Dreiwitz, who drew inspiration from his dual passion for travel and classical music to found the Long Island Youth Orchestra, which conducted its student musicians to audiences as close as Great Neck and Brookville and as far away as Karachi and Kathmandu, died June 20 at a hospital …

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Nigeria’s chief justice resigns amid corruption allegations

CHINADU ASADU, Associated Press June 27, 2022Updated: June 27, 2022 08:09 ABUJA, Nigeria (AP) — Nigeria’s top judge has resigned, an aide said Monday, a week after the country’s Supreme Court justices charged the top judge with corruption. Judge Tanko Muhammad denies the allegations. Justice Muhammad resigned as Chief Justice …

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Colombia’s new president pledges to protect the rainforest | Economic news

If you are aware of any local business openings or closings, please let us know here. PREVIOUS OPENING AND CLOSING Pottsville Surgery Center in Schuylkill County will close after June 28, 2022 · Terrain on the Parkway offers 160 new 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments at 1625 Lehigh Parkway …

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Art summer camps are free for San Diego Unified students

Perkins K-8 School Summer Camp is no ordinary affair. Many students at this music, dance and arts camp in Barrio Logan are homeless, said Mario Eguia, vice principal of City Heights Music School. “These children are going through difficult times. And it’s hard when you’re going through that to realize …

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Guide to Fireworks Around Memphis, DeSoto County

As the Fourth of July approaches, Memphians gear up for the usual fireworks, games, food and fun. Whether you’re a hot dog and lemonade addict or looking for a Memphis touch for the holidays, there’s something for everyone in red, white and blue spirit. Here’s a look at some of …

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Celebration Canada will feature music, a fashion show and food

By Jason Pan / Staff Reporter Canada Day celebrations are due to return on Saturday after a two-year hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The Celebration Canada outdoor event is scheduled to take place at Taipei Expo Park from 1-9 p.m. and admission is free. Taipei’s Canadian Trade Director, Executive …

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Black Music Month ‘String & Art Fest’ on the Deuces –

ST. PETERSBURG — In celebration of Black Music Month, this Saturday, June 18 at 4 p.m., Echambliss.Artist presents String & Art Fest, an afternoon featuring multi-instrumentalist Hiram Hazley and artwork on a theme music from local artists. The event will be held at Seven C Music, 535 22nd St. S, …

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Andrew Bird reveals inside ‘internal issues’

Prolific might be an understatement when it comes to Andre Bird‘s work across a myriad of mediums. In addition to his own work, the GRAMMY-nominated singer-songwriter is a renowned whistler, and was a member of Squirrel Nut Zippers for several years. Bird’s 1996 debut album, hair music, was followed by …

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Free ‘Something in the Water’ Tickets for DC High Schoolers

The festival, which was previously held in Virginia Beach where Pharrell Williams grew up, will take place at the National Mall on the weekend of June 17, from June 17-19. WASHINGTON — Mayor Muriel Bowser and musician Pharrell Williams have a graduation present up their sleeves for this year’s high …

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Music Teacher Playing Trombone Scares A Canadian School Bear

Music teacher sounds trombone to scare bear away from school A black bear hanging out outside a classroom in rural B.C. was chased away by a trombone-playing music teacher on May 27, 2022. Credit: Makayla Mitchell via Storyful LAKE SHAWNIGAN, Canada – A black bear caught lingering outside a classroom …

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A young Hereford musician has won a place at England’s top music school

A YOUNG musician from Hereford has won a place in the county’s first music school. Talented musician Keeley Taylor has been offered a place at Chetham’s School of Music in Manchester for the sixth year. The school produced the youngest winner of the BBC’s Young Musician of the Year award …

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Philly police officers conducted a music class after Hartranft Elementary teacher left

Hartranft Elementary’s music teacher quit in December, and the North Philadelphia school was never able to hire a permanent replacement. So instead of learning the instruments and songs, students had a series of subtitles and worksheets. As so many schools across the city and across the country hampered by an …

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Musicians to Rally June 6 at Carnegie Hall for DCINY Fair Deal – Deadline

The musicians will gather outside Carnegie Hall on Monday for a fair deal with Distinguished Concerts International New York, a for-profit company that holds most of its concerts at the famous venue. The rally will begin at 6 p.m. ET. The DCINY orchestra formed a union with the American Federation …

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Midcoast Music Academy Celebrates 10th Anniversary – Knox County VillageSoup

ROCKLAND/ROCKPORT — The Midcoast Music Academy invites the public to celebrate 10 years of music and community on Sunday, June 12 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. outdoors at Waterworks Restaurant, 7 Lindsey Street, Rockland. Musical performances by alumni and a fantastic faculty jam will be followed by a dance …

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All-Star winners will perform on June 5

Each year, students at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music prepare for the All-Star Competition. The prize is a chance to perform solo with the UCLA Philharmonia, the school’s flagship orchestra and one of Southern California’s top training orchestras. This year’s winners will perform at Royce Hall on Sunday, …

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‘This Is Us’ Series Finale Review and Recap Made Us Cry the Perfect Amount

At the start of the It’s us finale, all-time great emoter Randall Pearson (Sterling K. Brown) effectively sums up my mood about writing this farewell to the NBC drama: “I’m fine. I am rightly sad and I am rightly anxious about this eulogy. Last week, the extended Pearson clan said …

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Disability businesses struggle to stay afloat

Yangyel Lhaden Almost six months after the Disabled People’s Organization (DPO), with the support of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), established four businesses for people with disabilities (PwD), only one music school is operational today. The prolonged lockdown has severely hampered businesses. …

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The Manhattan School of Music held the 2022 gala in New York’s iconic Rainbow Room

The Manhattan School of Music (MSM) hosted its 2022 Gala on Wednesday, May 18, 2022 at the Rainbow Room, Rockefeller Plaza, New York City. The gala honored Trustee Emeritus Carla Bossi-Comelli (HonDMA ’20) and celebrated the 30th anniversary of the School’s prestigious Orchestral Performance Program (OPP). Hosted by Isabel Leonard …

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Music Exec Justin Lubliner Buys a Sleek Los Angeles Home – DIRT

In the early 2000s, while still a student in his twenties at USC School of Music, Justin Lubliner formed the marketing and public relations firm The Darkroom. . He then converted the company into a record label and consulted with Republic Records’ A&R team, and eventually partnered with Interscope Recordings. …

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Friends of Music Helps Fund New Drums for Martinsburg High School Band | Journal-news

MARTINSBURG — Friends of Music recently awarded Martinsburg High School a $500 grant to help purchase new drums for its marching band. The school’s band director, Casie Rogers Adams, applied for the grant as part of a successful effort to raise money from the community to replace all of the …

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How Music Attracted Me From The Age Of Nine – Zilly Tiger

Oguro Ibos, better known as Zilly Tiger A of the life’s greatest discoveries is for find your goal the word go. It creates a sense of direction and builds a wall against misguided beliefs and advice. Italy-based Nigerian singer, Oguro Ibos popularly known as Zilly Tigers was blessed to have …

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Greenpoint this week: Angels Cafe, Our Voices exhibit and more

Hello Greenpointers, Looks like it’s shaping up to be another dreary and gray weekend. Wake me up when summer has officially started. Take a first look at a cool new exhibit coming to North Brooklyn – a celebration of fifty years of neighborhood activism. Meet the new resident of Newtown …

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Coffee On The Go: Central Station will add a location at Wilmette Metra Station

Wilmette commuters will soon have a more convenient way to get their morning caffeine fix. Central Station Coffee & Tea is expected to open a secondary location inside the Wilmette Metra station, possibly by mid-summer, according to store owner Katie Degen. Wilmette Village Council on Tuesday May 10 approved a …

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Spend the summer with the Hoff-Barthelson School of Music

Enrollment is now underway for the Hoff-Barthelson School of Music’s popular summer arts program for students entering grades 1-10 and for students of all ages, Summer School. About the Summer Art Program The popular Hoff-Barthelson School of Music Summer Arts Program is the perfect setting for an engaging, challenging and …

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McNary’s Music Celebration Lights Elsinore

McNary High School Performing Arts Groups held their celebration of music at the historic Elsinore Theater in Salem on Tuesday, May 3, in what is hoped to be the first of a new annual tradition. Carlos Sanchez plays clarinet during wind ensemble rehearsals for McNary’s Music Celebration at the Elsinore …

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DJ Q&A: Candice Choi | Culture & Leisure

CREATING HARMONY ONE NOTE AT A TIME: CURRENT MUSICIANS DIRECTOR CANDICE CHOI CREATES A COMMUNITY FOR STUDENTS, YOUNG AND OLD. DJ: You are a music teacher and director of a school for musicians. How did you come to your profession? CC: I was born and raised in Daly City. Both …

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Seattle Opera and the PNB Orchestra will share the stage for the benefit of Ukraine

Seattle show for Ukraine: “We have to react, especially now, and take this music back”. It’s a premier music event in Seattle, all to benefit Ukrainian artists. Seattle Opera and Pacific Northwest Ballet Orchestra announced that they would organize a concert for Ukraine. Seeing either band alone is a special …

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The Outer Banks Voice – Artrageous Kids Art Festival will bring magic to Dowdy Park

MAY 7 ARTRAGEOUS Kids Art Festival will bring magic to Dowdy Park By Story submitted on May 2, 2022 Presented by PNC Bank Families are invited to enjoy free interactive visual and performing arts at the 33rd Annual Artrageous Kids Art Festival presented by PNC Bank, which will be held …

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The TTU School of Music will give an end-of-year concert on May 1 | KLBK | KAMC

LUBBOCK, Texas (PRESS RELEASE) — Here is a press release from Texas Tech University: WHAT: The Texas Tech University School of Music, part of the JT & Margaret Talkington College of Visual & Performing Arts, will be performing and will feature the university’s college choirs and symphony orchestra. WHEN: 7:30 …

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NCPA Announces Inauguration of SHRUTINANDAN Music Center of Excellence NCPA

The National Center for the Performing Arts (NCPA), India’s premier performing arts institute, announces the inauguration of the ‘SHRUTINANDAN NCPA Center of Excellence in Music’, a music academy dedicated to the preservation, propagation and perpetuation of Indian music. The academy is in association with Shrutinandan of Pandit Ajoy Chakrabarty, Kolkata, …

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Olivia Rodrigo reunites with two ‘High School Musical’ bandmates: Pic – Billboard

When Olivia Rodrigo and her co-stars sang “We are all in the same boat” on High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, they really meant it. Julia Lester and Larry Saperstein, who played Rodrigo’s high school comedians on the show, attended the Sour Tour on Tuesday, April 26, to meet …

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The U de I music school celebrates its 125th anniversary

Urbana, IL (WCIA) The University of Illinois School of Music will celebrate its 125th anniversary from April 29 through May1, 2022, with a weekend of special concerts that showcase the talent and range of itsstudents, teachers, alumni and community artists. Concerts at Smith Memorial Hall are free and do not …

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Rachel Hagans breaks 41-year-old high school long jump record

History links UK Invitational Results (PDF) Murray State’s Rachel Hagans was the top performer on the Racer women’s track and field team at the Kentucky Invitational and Illinois Invitational At the British Athletics Complex in Lexington, Kentucky, Hagans broke Murray …

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IP High Court Dismisses Music School Students’ Copyright Infringement Claim

(No. 10022 (Ne) of 2020, IP High Court (March 18, 2021)) Article 1 BACKGROUND The plaintiffs (those who operate music schools) sued the defendant (JASRAC) for declaratory relief regarding the non-existence of liability for damages for copyright infringement, claiming that the lessons and miscellaneous types of performances played in music …

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School board approves optional instructor and musical trip to Valley Fair – Crookston Times

Jess Bengtson Chief Editor After approving consent items on the agenda, including the resignation of two primary school teachers from Highland Elementary and approving the hiring of a new agricultural instructor for Crookston High School and two contracts administrative assistant for CHS, the Crookston School Board has approved the addition …

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Composer Harrison Birtwistle dies aged 87 | Classical music

Harrison Birtwistle, one of Britain’s greatest songwriters, has died aged 87. Birtwistle’s compositions of uncompromising modernism – ranging from large-scale grand opera to intimate pieces for solo piano – have dominated British music for more than five decades. He was born in Accrington in 1934 and as a young clarinetist …

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Labette County High School Students Receive Music Awards | News

ALTAMONT — Labette County High School senior Marlee Mikel received the National School Choral Award at her final high school concert Monday. The award is the highest honor for high school choir performers, recognizing singular merit, ability, and achievement of outstanding contributions to the success of the school’s vocal program. …

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Prizes awarded at the Carl Nielsen International Competition 2022 | News

The winners of the Carl Nielsen International Competition were announced last night in Odense, with a surprise joint first prize for the violin discipline. Hans Christian Aavik and Bohdan Luts both received first prize from the violin jury, chaired by Noah Bendix-Balgley. Although the price has not yet been decided, …

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These 3 hits prove that Apple TV+ is a serious competitor to streaming

CODA, Breakup and slow horses all appeared in the top 10 most-watched movies and TV shows of this week. Each is from Apple TV+, and they show the streaming service has become a strong contender against Netflix, Hulu, and Disney+. Perhaps that will quell lingering doubts about Apple’s foray into …

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William Long Named 2022 Arts Division Alumni Distinguished Graduate Student

Each year, the five academic divisions of UC Santa Cruz—Arts, Baskin School of Engineering, Humanities, Social Sciences, and Physical and Biological Sciences—select a former graduate/a/i student as their Honored graduate student. The awards ceremony for the 2022 cohort will take place on April 23 during the graduate weekend. UC Santa …

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Source Music denies allegations that LE SSERAFIM’s Kim Ga-ram was a school bully

Source Music has publicly denied allegations that Kim Ga-ram, a member of upcoming girl group LE SSERAFIM, was a school bully. Less than a day after the label introduced Kim as a member of the group, a number of netizens claimed that the 16-year-old singer had been involved in bullying …

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Harrison School of Music and New City School of Music to Perform in Elvis’ Hometown: Free Live Stream Available

(Photo: Harrison School of Music) Thirty students from Harrison & New City School of Music will perform at the Guest House at Graceland in Memphis, TN on Thursday, April 7 at 3:30 p.m. EST. Birthplace of Elvis, there are two full days of music from schools across the country featuring …

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Community tells IU that Jacobs ‘time is up’ for not following up on sexual misconduct policies

Editor’s note: This story includes mention of sexual assault. A group of students dressed in black armed themselves with umbrellas and hand-drawn signs. They endured falling temperatures and pouring rain outside the East Studio Building to protest along with more than 150 other students and community members demanding a change …

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Yo-Yo Ma plays Mozart with Afghan refugees in Portugal | International

LISBON, Portugal (AP) — Renowned American cellist Yo-Yo Ma joined refugees from the National Institute of Music of Afghanistan in Lisbon, the Portuguese capital, on Tuesday for a performance of Mozart’s Eine kleine Nachtmusik. Ma joined young Afghan and Portuguese musicians on a small stage at the National Conservatory, where …

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Nazareth College uses the power of music to raise funds for a sister school in Ukraine

PITTSFORD, NY (WROC) – More of the Rochester community is showing support for Ukraine, this time from Nazareth College. Through the power of music, Nazareth College put on a heartwarming show not only to raise funds for its sister school in Ukraine, but to unite international students around the world …

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Obituary: Daniel Albert Kirouac

Daniel Albert Kirouac AUBURN – Daniel Albert Kirouac, 68, of Auburn, Maine, passed away peacefully in his sleep on March 7, 2022, at his home. Dan was born in Lewiston, Maine on October 26, 1953, to Paul J. Kirouac and Dorilda M. (Cote) Kirouac and was educated at Lewiston Schools. …

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Ripon Area School District to Maintain Separate Group Stations for Middle and High Schools | News

Residents of the Ripon Area School District listen as the school board discuss the replacement of Ripon High School Orchestra Director Sandy Polcyn, who is retiring at the end of this school year. Photo by Joe Schulz The Ripon Area School District (RASD) will hire a full-time employee to fill …

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Kent State School of Music to commemorate May 4 shooting with Severance performance

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Glauser School of Music at Kent State University will bring nearly 300 students to the Severance Music Center on May 2 for an event commemorating the May 4, 1970 shooting in Kent State. The performance, titled “Stories of Peace, Protest, and Reflection,” will primarily feature students …

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Imagining a new photography studio in Olcott | Local News

OLCOTT – Jessica Stewart has been working as a professional photographer for four years, but took a big step last October, moving her work out of her home and into her new studio on East Main Street. “It works really well,” Stewart said of the new workspace. “I knew it …

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Council Briefs: Variety of Issues Addressed at March 7 Council Meeting

With Mayor John Muhlfeld out of town for the March 7 city council meeting, Deputy Mayor Frank Sweeney and councilors successfully dealt with a myriad of agenda items. Main water supply rejection approved In an unusual twist on typical council procedure, the director of public works, Craig Workman, asked the …

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Jamie Call Blankinship Receives UNC Board of Governors Award for Teaching Excellence

Jamie Call Blankinship, an alumnus and longtime faculty member of UNCSA, has been named the recipient of the 2022 University of North Carolina (UNC) Board of Governors Award for Excellence in Teaching. Blankinship is Director of the Stage Management Program at UNCSA’s School of Design and Production (D&P). She is …

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Ron Miles, discreet master of the jazz cornet, died at 58

He started playing the trumpet in college, as part of a summer music program, and dedicated himself to the instrument as a student at East High School. Mr. Miles played in the jazz band alongside future actor Don Cheadle, who played saxophone, and soon began an apprenticeship with respected Denver …

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HBAAT and V+: Cultural space and municipal cinema MarcqenBarœul

Hart Berteloot Atelier Architecture Territoire (HBAAT) in Lille and V plus in Brussels won the 2017 competition and were commissioned by the town of Marcq-en-Baroeul, in Hauts-de-France, to design a new cinema on Place Doumer.The municipality wanted a building illustrating a modern cultural system for Marcq-en-Baroeul, where the arts come …

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Lecturer Kitty Dubin Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Playwriting Donated to OU – 2022 – School of Music, Theater & Dance – News – OU Magazine

Kitty Dubin is celebrating her 25th birthday this year by teaching playwriting classes at Oakland University. She established the first class in 1997 and now teaches beginner and advanced classes, which are offered through both the School of Music, Theater and Dance and the Creative Writing program, which is part …

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Concord Town Crier for March 6, 2022

PENACOOKCommunity meals ■The Open Door Community Kitchen serves free hot, nutritious meals every Monday and Wednesday from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. at Penacook United Church. Meals are served in Fellowship Hall, please use the rear parking lot entrance door. Everyone is welcome. CHERYL STINSON [email protected] WESTERN COASTPet vaccines ■ Visit …

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WIU Festival celebrates new music

The Western Illinois University School of Music will host its 35th annual New Music Festival on Monday and Tuesday. Events will take place in Browne Hall and the College of Fine Arts and Communication Recital Hall on the Macomb campus. WIU School of Music professor James Romig and assistant professor …

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Music teacher hailed by Gateshead School for inspiring harmonious learning

A music teacher with over ten years experience teaching children in Gateshead has been praised by pupils and staff. Lesley Mathison, who has been teaching music at Roman Road Primary School since September, has received wonderful feedback from pupils in a school-led survey. Students as young as five years old …

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Former Eastman School of Music student tries to escape Kiev

ROCHESTER, NY – An Eastman School of Music graduate attempts to escape the city of Kiev, Ukraine as Russian troops continue their assault on the country. “Everyone is nervous here right now,” said violinist Kostia Lukyniuk. “It’s very stressful, but you know, we’re holding on.” What do you want to …

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Goulburn’s Hume Conservatorium will showcase a new creative district during a musical weekend | Goulburn post

news, Want to have fun at the Hume Conservatorium? Well, you have the chance to do so when the music school opens its doors and welcomes the community to go discover the new creative district and make music. Last December, the conservatory received $10,000 from the Veolia Mulwaree Trust. The …

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Opera Based on Italian Novel ‘The Leopard’ Debuts in Florida

MIAMI (AP) — A new opera based on the acclaimed Italian novel “The Leopard” makes its world debut in South Florida. Based on the 1958 novel by Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa, the opera premieres March 5-6 at the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center in Cutler Bay, south Miami. The music …

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Music school gets green light from panel to subdivide land

An Evanston music studio is set to get city approval for plans to subdivide its property and stay in business. The Evanston Land Use Commission approved a 7-2 recommendation on February 23 allowing the Butcher Boy School of Music Production, 1224 Washington St., to split its lot.Studio owner Jim Tullio …

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