Music School

The founder of All4One in song with a new campus focused on music

Some 160 jobs are to be created over the next two years by the Irish Institute of Music and Song, which is investing 12 million euros in a new campus in Balbriggan, Co Dublin. The brainchild of One4All founder Michael P Dawson and his son Michael T Dawson, the campus …

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A student of Slain Towson University, the musical artist was nearly done with school

To print Wednesday, January 12, 2022Barry Simms, WBAL-TV 11 Relatives of a Towson University student who was shot and killed off campus remember a musical artist who had nearly graduated. Ikemefuna Eguh, from East Orange, New Jersey, started recording music in 2019, posting his work on YouTube and other social …

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2 teenage instrumentalists named 2021 Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra Young Artist

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – The Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra has announced that flautist Abi Middaugh and violinist Lily Sullivan are the winners of its 2021 Young Artist Competition. Initially, twelve finalists competed on December 11, 2021 at Eastern Michigan University, with the winners having the chance to perform at one …

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Edmonds Kind of Play: son’s 16th birthday, a time to reflect on our favorite things to do over the years

Try out hockey for free at the Olympic View rink on March 5th. Being somewhere between a birthday party “in the car” and a birthday “in a room full of aerosols” makes celebrating your 16th birthday stranger than it already is. No one other than me is surprised that I …

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Dean of the music school at THE HONG KONG ACADEMY FOR PERFORMING ARTS

Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts DEAN OF THE MUSIC SCHOOL In a city renowned for its international outlook and connectivity, the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts plays a unique and influential role in the development of future generations of performing artists, including performers, practitioners, designers and technicians. The …

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BLITZ BORDER BOWL is January 15th | Community | Savannah News, Events, Restaurants, Music

WSAV recently announced the fourth annual Border Bowl Blitz to benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Coastal Empire. The Border Bowl Blitz is a high school football game that pits the best seniors in the South Carolina Lowcountry against the best seniors in the Georgia Coastal Empire. The Border …

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Arts Beat: UMass summit to help artists relaunch their activity

ArtsHub Virtual Summit: “How to Recover and Thrive” provides support to artists and businesses in the creative economy of western Massachusetts, Jan. 10-14. The summit invites emerging and established artists, performers, artistic directors and those in the creative fields to join a series of interactive virtual workshops, training and week-long …

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Carolyn EH Johnson | News, Sports, Jobs

Carolyn EH Johnson Carolyn “Connie” John-son passed away on December 27, 2021 at the Rouse Home in Youngsville, Pennsylvania. She was born on March 28, 1936 in Warren, Pennsylvania, the second daughter of Everett H. and Helen M. Eddy. Connie graduated from Warren High School in 1953. In 1957, she …

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Happy Birthday Ok Taecyeon: dissect his feat of the 3 best roles. Vincenzo, save me and dream high

Ok Taecyeon made his way into the entertainment industry after debuting as a member of JYP Entertainment’s boy group 2PM. He took on the role of lead rapper and eventually went on to become a singer and songwriter. Taecyeon first launched his acting career as a part of the drama …

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Franklin High School students greeted with music

RPCHESTER, NY – Students at Franklin High School were greeted with smooth jazz at the school on Thursday. Grammy-nominated musician Jimmie Highsmith Jr. performed in the hallways as the students walked towards the classroom. The greeting was delivered by Fathers Initiating Restorative Engagement or FIRE. The organization is a group …

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Students and alumni angry after episcopal school cancels dance performance featuring same-sex couple

JACKSONVILLE, Florida – Jacksonville Episcopal School administrators receive backlash from a group of college students and alumni after a planned dance performance, featuring a same-sex couple, was pulled from a next recital. The dance number was a song from the musical / movie “The Prom,” in which a lesbian couple …

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TCU 726 graduates in early fall

December 19, 2021 Texas Christian University and Brite Divinity School awarded degrees to 726 students from 43 states, including Texas, and 18 foreign countries in two official ceremonies held at the Ed and Rae Schollmaier Arena on the TCU campus. Candidates for the August and December diplomas participated in the …

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Hamburg Church schedules its annual Christmas candlelight service on Sunday evening

• The First United Church of Christ Reformed Church, 76 S. Third St., Hamburg, will hold its annual Christmas candlelight service on Sunday at 6.30 p.m. The service has been a tradition in Hamburg for 65 years and features the Christmas story and Christmas carols. The Jolie Trio – Robin …

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$ 50 million donation to Juilliard targets racial disparities in music

For three decades, The Juilliard School has sought to bring more diversity to classical music by offering a weekend training program aimed largely at black and Latino schoolchildren. Now the famous conservatory is planning a major expansion of the initiative, known as the Music Advancement Program: Juilliard announced on Thursday …

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Lake Hill Elementary wins National Music Competition

The prize is accompanied by a prize of $ 3,000 in gift certificates and a gold record plaque. A music program from Victoria won its category in the annual Canadian Music Class Challenge, while two others placed among the best in the national competition. Lake Hill Elementary won the Primary …

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program Dorothy Gerber Springs turns 20 | Characteristics

The string is the thing By Brighid Driscoll | December 11, 2021 In 2000, a musician named Karey Sitzler was working as the director of education for the Crooked Tree Arts Center in Petoskey. Much of his work was devoted to touring local art students through CTAC galleries. The other …

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Super senior: Natasha Koval Paden

SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) – At her home in South Burlington, Natasha Koval Paden’s fingers dance on the keys of her grand piano. “Language has meaning. For me sound makes sense, ”said Paden. Chopin’s Fantaisie-Impromptu is very much like his life – there is joy and melancholy. His talents were …

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Augustana School of Music Creates Multimedia Entrepreneurs Through Innovative Programs and Technology

When Gilbert DeWitte ’24, a student at the University of Augustana, heard about the new Multimedia entrepreneurship Program within the Augustana School of Music, he knew this was the one for him. “I chose Augustana not only because they offer a specialization like Multimedia Entrepreneurship that is what I’m looking …

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Palmerton’s ninth annual Christmas in the park features 154 trees – Times News Online

Posted on December 06, 2021 at 1:45 p.m. Santa and all his magical elves ushered in the ninth anniversary of Christmas in Palmerton Park held in Palmerton Borough Park on Saturday. Mayor William Gallagher told those in attendance that Michele O’Neill, chair of the Christmas in the park committee, approached …

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Bandmates launches non-profit to bring music to young people in need

Two musicians have created a non-profit organization that provides disadvantaged young people with free musical instruments and three months of music lessons The nonprofit MusicCan was launched on December 1 to help underserved people by providing them with free instruments along with three months of music lessons at a local …

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I paid my NYU tuition with a music business I started in high school

Sam Guyton paid his school fees with money from a music business he started in high school. Today, he is the 23-year-old owner of Vali Entertainment, a corporate entertainment company. He explained how he started a thriving high school and new business during the pandemic. Sam guyton has music and …

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New Class at Greenville High School Engages More Students in Music

GREENVILLE, Ill. (KFVS) – Music lessons can sometimes seem boring to students who don’t tune in to older songs. In Illinois, the music director of Greenville High School designed a course called Modern Band to keep kids interested in the topic. “I love how we can come here all the …

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Prism Trio to Present Exciting and Spontaneous Jazz Performance at the Lied Center | Culture

Besides education, going to college gives many students the opportunity to discover new things, explore their passions, and make connections that will help them in their future careers. For a group of music majors from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the university led them to find each other first as friends, …

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RSS is not a military organization, it is a group with a family atmosphere: Bhagwat

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) leader Mohan Bhagwat said on Sunday that the Sangh was not a military organization, but a group with a family atmosphere. Sangh is not a fully Indian music school. Martial arts programs are held there, but Sangh is neither an Indian gymnasium nor a martial arts …

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American Musical Titan Stephen Sondheim Dies Aged 91

The period of Mr. Sondheim’s greatest work began when Harold Prince became his director. They were old friends, having been introduced by Mrs. Rodgers in the late 1940s or early 1950s, and Mr. Prince had been the producer of “West Side Story”. He had also proven himself as a director, …

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Salmon Arm School’s ‘Innovative’ Music Video Gets Love From Indie Rocker Hawksley Workman – Salmon Arm Observer

Hillcrest Elementary Grade 5 students have won over a fan in award-winning Canadian indie rock Hawksley Workman. On Friday, November 19, the school’s video entry to this year’s CBC Music Class Challenge was released on YouTube. It features the school’s 5th grade students performing Workman’s song, Safe and Sound, from …

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Malibu Seen: Ginny Mancini: an appreciation | Malibu life

Some 20 years after winning the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for “Good Will Hunting”, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck have reunited for a new drama called “The Last Duel”. Matt Damon and Affleck are well known names in Hollywood, but there is a large circle of philanthropists, artists and …

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Titles of BR Deodhar, who lent his name to an important crossroads in Mumbai

The lack of uniformity in the style of plaques and signs indicating street names in Mumbai puzzles me. Does the stature of the person whose street is named play a role in determining the style, or is it the power of family, supporters and local politicians that guides such decisions? …

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Afghanistan’s only music school finishes leaving Kabul for fear of Taliban crackdown

The last two of more than 270 students, teachers and staff at Afghanistan’s only music school have left the country following the Taliban takeover, the institution’s founder said on Thursday. “It was extremely moving,” said Ahmad Sarmast, founder and director of the Afghan National Institute of Music, of the students …

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Piano teacher Carmella (Pisano) Aspri dies at 101

Tuesday, November 16, 2021 Urquhart-Murphy Funeral Home Enlarge + Carmella (Pisano) Aspri, 101, passed away peacefully on Monday, November 15, 2021 at the Hope Health Hulitar Hospice Center. Born in Barre, Vermont, and raised in Providence, she was the daughter of the late Fiore and Angelina (Barbato) Pisano. She was …

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“I have a key role at certain points in the show”

In a new interview with Guitar world, old Red hot peppers guitarist Josh klinghoffer discussed his relationship with his former band and revealed what it’s like to tour with Pearl Jam. Josh klinghoffer is an American guitarist who rose to prominence as the guitarist of the rock band Red hot …

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Music school turned to zoom to survive pandemic

Danvers, MA – Coming from Berklee College of Music, Darren Muise was trained in music education in the early 1990s. After landing his first teaching contract at a local music store, Muise began to consider to open his own school. That was in 1995. The Music Connection has never stopped …

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Local businesses honored at RJ’s Readers’ Choice Awards

Hundreds of local businesses were recognized during the Record-JournalReaders’ Choice Awards ceremony Thursday, October 14. “We all know that local businesses are the lifeblood of our economy and for our readers this program allows them to learn about their local businesses that we can count on for trusted products and …

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A Noblesville High School graduate returns home to take on a new position as Executive Director of Noblesville Main Street • Current Publishing

Kate Baker was born and raised in Noblesville. She calls the community of Noblesville her rock. So it seems fitting that the 41-year-old resident is the new general manager of Noblesville Main Street. According to its website, Noblesville Main Street is a nonprofit working to enrich the culture and community …

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Over 100 Afghans from music school fled the country

BEIRUT (AP) – More than 100 Afghan National Institute of Music students, alumni and faculty members have left Kabul for Portugal, where the government has agreed to grant them asylum, the Afghan National Institute said on Monday. director of the institute. They were on a flight carrying 235 people from …

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Afghan music school students fly to Portugal

BEIRUT (AP) – More than 100 Afghan National Institute of Music students, alumni and faculty members have left Kabul for Portugal, where the government has agreed to grant them asylum, the Afghan National Institute said on Monday. director of the institute. They were on a flight carrying 235 people from …

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Afghan music school students flew to Portugal | World

BEIRUT (AP) – More than 100 Afghan National Institute of Music students, alumni and faculty members have left Kabul for Portugal, where the government has agreed to grant them asylum, the Afghan National Institute said on Monday. director of the institute. They were on a flight carrying 235 people from …

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“Getting lost in what I love” – CBS Denver

ARVADA, Colorado (CBS4) – The sounds of a skillful DJ spinning song after song flooded an Arvada parking lot on Saturday morning. At first listen, you would never guess that the musician behind the beats was only 9 years old. “I’ve always found a connection to music, but I didn’t …

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Musicians flee Afghanistan fearing Taliban regime

More than 100 young artists, teachers and their relatives affiliated with the Afghan National Institute of Music, a famous school that has become a target of the Taliban in part for its efforts to promote girls’ education, fled the country on Sunday, the school leaders mentioned. The musicians, many of …

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Interview Tirzah: New album ‘Colorgrade’

It’s 10 p.m. in the sleepy London suburb of Sidcup when musician Tirzah Mastin puts her children to bed and joins me on our first call via Zoom. Beside her, a static purring scratches her baby monitors. It evokes the dusty silence after the drop of a needle, just before …

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Eddie On Aux: BADBADNOTGOOD, Giveon and KeiyaA

“Forever, Ya Girl” is a manifestation of the artistry and talent of KeiyaA. The self-produced and self-produced album seems to take inspiration from fellow Chicago artists Noname and Jamila Woods. (Photo courtesy of Pitchfork) BADBADNOTGOOD – “Next to April” Critics used terms like “unique” and “imaginative” to describe BADBADNOTGOOD’s music, …

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Football: Riverhead rings victory bell on homecoming day

Riverhead’s Gabriel Arruda got his hands on the ball but couldn’t hold back the pass while Central Islip’s Kevin Mills defended. (Credit: Robert O’Rourk) The sound is like music to the ears of a Riverhead High School football player. After each victory for Riverhead, the Blue Waves ring the victory …

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Podcasts from opera pros

“Aria Code” is an increasingly popular podcast. But what else do opera professionals listen to? Here are some recommendations. (Their comments, via email, have been edited and condensed.) Merrin Lazyan, co-creator and main producer of “Aria Code”: I enjoyed the podcasts produced by Glyndebourne Opera House and Los Angeles Opera …

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Latin dance music maestro Adalberto Álvarez dies at 72

This ajiaco, or stew, traditionally and modernly made Mr. lvarez unique among Cuban conductors at the time, said Marysol Quevedo, Cuban music expert and assistant professor of musicology at the University of Miami. “What he represents is this perfect hybrid of the traditional and influences from abroad,” she said. Unlike …

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Roc Nation School of Music, Sports and Entertainment Supports Hope Scholarship Program with Inaugural School Collection

Today, the Roc Nation School of Music, Sports & Entertainment at Long Island University unveiled its first collection of back-to-school merchandise for the fall semester 2021, where proceeds from all purchases will be donated. to the Hope Fellowship Program. The collection will include T-shirts, sweaters, hoodies, shorts, socks, hats, beach …

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Guitar and ukulele teacher | The Music Journal

Wednesday August 25, 2021, 12:05 p.m. Celebrating 10 years of music education in County Limerick, Mid-West Vocal Academy & Music School is currently calling for applications for the position of Guitar and Ukulele Teacher for the upcoming 2021/22 academic year. Responsibilities would include preparing students for various exams and concerts …

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Marissa Klapwald is Lacordaire’s new advancement director

Lacordaire Academy (GOOGLE STREET VIEW) Megan Mannato, principal of the Lacordaire Academy school, announced the hiring of Marissa Klapwald as the new director of advancement of the school. Klapwald joined Lacordaire in July and brings over 15 years of development experience to her role. She has worked in the field …

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The next performance of “To Awaken The Sleeper” at the Colorado Music Festival was inspired by James Baldwin – CBS Denver

BOULDER, Colorado (CBS4) – The Colorado Music Festival at Chautauqua Auditorium on Thursday will present a composition by Joel Thompson inspired by the words of James Baldwin, echoing the author’s sentiment influencing the nation’s progress and the work that remains to be done. Portrait of the American writer James Baldwin …

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ARTS AND CULTURE: Cynthia Sayer – La Tribune

Internationally renowned banjoist CYNTHIA SAYER will lead her trio in Cynthia Sayer: Hot Banjo at the Paramount Arts Center on Saturday, July 24 at 8 p.m. Gender style: Hot Jazz, Swing and more Location: New York City How did the project get started?I have performed with many groups over the …

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A non-traditional educational path – InsideSources

As summer approaches, recent high school graduates across the country are planning the next steps in their lives. About 69 percent of these adolescents will choose the route of traditional higher education. Yet only four out of ten will graduate after four years. The truth is, the standard American education …

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Best-selling songwriters Chris Stapleton and Dan Wilson join ASCAP Experience summer lineup with top film and TV composers Segun Akinola, Ruth Barrett, Lorne Balfe, Joel Beckerman, Siddhartha Khosla, John Powell, Pinar Toprak and Isobel Waller-Bridge

NEW YORK, July 14, 2021 / PRNewswire / – ASCAP experience, ASCAP’s signature event created to inspire, educate and connect aspiring songwriters and composers around the world, announces their upcoming program of virtual expert sessions in July and August. A conversation between Grammy winners Chris Stapleton and Dan Wilson leads …

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New principals, primary school principals

Fort Smith Public Schools have announced a series of new administrative hires for the 2021-22 school year. Tony Smith, Director of Secondary Education Tony Jones will serve as Director of Secondary Education for Fort Smith Public Schools. Jones has been Principal of the Belle Point Center since 2018. He has …

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The program helps teens find creative outlets through art

Coshocton Behavioral Health Choices Flight School offers the Arts on Main summer program for ages 13-18. The first session featured artist Nate Lovett. Upcoming, Chris Campbell on Mindfulness and Bobby Dotson on Music. Art and music are often used in therapy and counseling with CBHCs. The program shows different aspects. …

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Suzanne Santo at the garage sale of her debut album

^ I support Local Community Journalism Support Denver’s independent voice and help keep Westword’s future free. In 2003, at nineteen, songwriter Suzanne Santo followed her boyfriend to Los Angeles. They broke up during her first week in the city, leaving her “only sadness and my father’s guitar,” she recalls. She …

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