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ROCHESTER – Spaulding High School principal Justin Roy drove a golf cart for Joanne Houston and Cheryl Richardson to Hugh Bolin Field, where people filling the stands greeted them with full-blown cheers.

Houston and Richardson retired as musical directors from the school this month after 37 years for Houston in Spaulding and 22 years for Richardson.

The event that honored them on Saturday, June 19 was the culmination of a week of recognition and appreciation from students, alumni, colleagues, administrators and city officials. Every day, bouquets, thematic baskets and gifts relating to past productions and school trips were given to beloved educators. All things were surprises as the many contributors vowed to remain silent for two women who, jokingly, always knew “everything about everything”.

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Fort Bragg Quilt Show

The Fort Bragg Quilt Show in June 2021 will no longer be held indoors this year due to the COVID pandemic. However, the Ocean Wave Quilters will be hosting an outdoor “On the Fence” quilting exhibit on Saturday, June 26 from 10 am to 4 pm at the Veterans Memorial Building at the corner of Laurel and Harrison streets, Fort Bragg.

They will be displaying quilts on both sides of the fence and selling tickets for their Opportunity quilts and raffle baskets! They will also have vendors selling fabric, jewelry, and other wonderful items. Contact info@oceanwavequilters.com for more information.

The Willits Center for the Arts presents three artists

Nancy New tells us: “Pottery has always fascinated me. The process of transforming wet clay into every imaginable form, from submitting to extreme heat and turning into a stone capable of withstanding the passage of time has been going on for thousands of years. Each piece is new, with endless choices and creative possibilities.

Anita Elliott-Wagenet is originally from Malibu and is now a longtime resident of Willits. Since retiring from registered nursing, she can now devote more time to her artistic hobbies, music and pottery. His ceramic pieces are often created with an unconventional touch, incorporating sand from his favorite beaches or magical herbs directly into the clay, giving each bowl, dish or mug a certain subtle essence. With hand-carved butterflies, bees or dragonflies encircling the bowls, most pieces will have art deco textures and patterns, as well as seascapes, moonscapes, flowers, cats, horses and llamas.

Suzi Long will present Feathered Feet, a delightful show of watercolors, birds and shoes. Suzi was born in Santa Cruz and before calling herself “Artist” she was a Xerox technician, word processor and editor, and began her 9-5 life as an executive secretary after graduating in 1966 from Katharine Gibbs School, New York.

In Honolulu after Xerox, Suzi studied art at UH, painted panels and murals, and established her Whimsy Walls mural business in 1978. She returned to the San Francisco Bay Area in 1987 and painted hundreds of residential and restaurant murals from Palm Springs to Squaw Valley. . Suzi is fortunate enough to share her visions, and when she learned at the age of 50 that her biological grandfather was a decorative painter and muralist, she finally understood her purpose.

The exhibition opens Friday, June 25 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and runs until July 25. The gallery is located at 71 E. Commercial St. (next to the Noyo Theater). They are open from Friday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Flynn Creek Circus Breaks Out of Containment!

Live the experience of a “fairy tale” comic circus. Emotionally funny, deeply moving and dangerously inspiring, this charmingly fresh all-human circus will be pitching its vintage marquee tent this summer and fall 2021.

Driven by an original story, high caliber artists and powerful imagery, the show is daring, daring and hilarious. This year’s story, “Fairy Tale,” is an irreverent fable featuring a bombastic unicorn and its distant hindquarters on a quest to bring back the youth from the void. Thwarted by the mischievous weaver and thief crows, and eclipsed by its own backdrop at every turn, our Unicorn’s journey takes a bumpy path to redemption. Acrobats, contortionists, jugglers, comedians and acrobats are some of the exciting acts in this year’s presentation.

Flynn Creek Circus provides maximum public safety during live events. Booking ‘social bubble’ seats, an outdoor atmosphere, frequent sanitation, mask requirements and social distancing in the marquee space are some of the measures that ensure a fun and comfortable experience for all audiences . Complete descriptions of preventing the spread of pathogens are available at flynncreekcircus.com.

The Flynn Creek Circus shows and children’s camp will take place at Friendship Park in Mendocino under the marquee, 998 School St, Mendocino. Tickets can be purchased in advance at flynncreekcircus.com

Performance and ticket information:
Thursday July 1 at 7 p.m. – Opening of the 2021 season; Friday July 2 at 5 p.m. Friday July 2 at 8 p.m. – Adults only 21 and over; Saturday July 3 at 1 p.m. Saturday July 3 at 5 p.m. Saturday July 3 at 8 p.m. – Adults only 21+; Sunday July 4 at 1:30 p.m.

In conjunction, Flynn Creek Circus will offer a circus camp for 7-15 year olds: Session 1, Matins, June 28-30; Session 2, afternoon, June 28-30; Registration information on flynncreekcircus.com.

Outdoor fun physical activity! Children will have room to play and learn in the colorful marquee with guidance from professional circus staff. This limited registration workshop will train students in aerial arts, tightrope, pole vault and acrobatics while maintaining comprehensive safety protocols.

Reserved tables can be purchased in advance at flynncreekcircus.com. We recommend that you buy early to guarantee your place. Beer, wine and light concession available for purchase at the marquee and in advance.

WCT presents ‘The Viewing Room’

The Willits Community Theater will open on Friday, July 2 with live theater for a three-week broadcast of “The Viewing Room,” a fun two-act play about a stern and very dead patriarch who comes back to life for a show. chance to make amends with his family. The performances will take place from July 2 to 18. Tickets are available online at wctperformingartscenter.org. The Willits Community Theater is located at 37 West Van Lane. For more information, call 707-459-0895.

Mendocino Music Festival. Save the dates!

The Mendocino Music Festival recently announced that its 2021 festival will run from Friday July 16 through Sunday July 25. For more information on tickets and schedule, please visit mendocinomusic.org.

Symphony of the Redwoods. Save the dates!

Symphony of the Redwoods announces that four outdoor concerts will take place on July 25, August 1, August 8 and 15 at the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens and Mendocino Presbyterian Church. For more information and reservations, visit symphonyoftheredwoods.org and gardenbythesea.org.

Art in the gardens. Save the dates!

Art in the Gardens 2021 will be held August 6-8 at the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens. For more information, visit gardenbythesea.org.

Grace Hudson Museum “Postcards from Mecca” exhibition

The fascinating exhibition of the Grace Hudson Museum “Postcards from Mecca” runs until Sunday 22 August. Welcome back to the physical and in-person exhibitions at Grace Hudson. They are now open Wednesday to Friday, 11 am to 4 pm; Saturday and Sunday, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Closed on monday and tuesday. The museum is located at 431 S. Main St., Ukiah. For more information, call 707-467-2836 or visit gracehudsonmuseum.org.

2nd annual Art Under Twenty exhibition: Virtual show

The Visual Arts Department at Willits High School is pleased to present the 22nd Annual Art Under Twenty Exhibition. Their virtual show features talented young performers from Willits and Laytonville and runs until August 31. For more information, visit willitscenterforthearts.org.

Mendocino Theater Company

The long intermission is drawing to a close and the Mendocino Theater Company is preparing to welcome you back to the theater in September. For more information, visit mendocinotheatre.org.

Chant du vin 2021! Save the dates!

Winesong 2021 Live and Virtual will be held on Friday and Saturday September 10-11, 2021. It will be a series of safe events, both in-person and virtual. For more information and to RSVP to let them know you are planning to be a part of the celebration, visit wineong.org.

Linda Pack’s “For the Love of Reading”

A new edition of “For the Love of Reading” airs monthly on Mendocino County Public Radio, KZYX & Z (times and dates may vary.) If you missed hearing any or all of the most recent shows, or if you want to share the program with others, you can find the links to all podcasts and audio files of the program on lindapack.net. For more information about the program, visit kzyx.org/programs/love-reading.

MTC One Minute Radio Theater

Take a minute to enjoy the Mendocino Theater Company’s One-Minute Radio Theater, every Tuesday and Thursday at 8 p.m. on the local public radio station KZYX. For more information, visit mendocinotheatre.org.

Up close and classic

Up Close and Classical is a podcast series that takes a close look at the lives of classical composers and musicians. Each episode focuses on a composer, theme or collection of works that have recently been presented in concert by the Symphony of the Redwoods and the Ukiah Symphony Orchestra. Through musical snippets, historical background, and insightful conversations with musicians, Up Close and Classical invites you to lean in and listen intently to the music you love. From Bizet to Ravel, Dr Philip Lenberg’s podcast focuses on some of the most influential French composers of the late 19th century. For more information, visit symphonyoftheredwoods.org.

Sequoia room video archive

Presented by North Coast Brewing Co., The Sequoia Room Video Archive includes over 60 hours of musical performances from sold-out shows at The Sequoia Room. You will find many different genres including; Jazz, Blues, Bluegrass and more on The Sequoia Room Facebook page.

Updates from the California Arts Council

The latest updates from the California Arts Council, as well as important links and resources for California artists, cultural workers and creatives on the coronavirus pandemic can be found by visiting their website at cac.ca. gov /.

Send arts and entertainment listings by noon on Friday to events@advocate-news.com. Openings are listed the week of the first Friday at Fort Bragg and the second Saturday in Mendocino. Please contact us for information on how to advertise paid courses and workshops.

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Benjamin DeYoung and Kailey Vernon are respectively valedictorian and salutatorian for the class of 2021 at Marion Junior / Senior High School.

DeYoung has an overall academic average of 99.3. He is a member of the National Honor Society, a class officer and a member of the Student Council, and participates in the marching band and the jazz marching band. DeYoung has been involved in track and field since ninth grade, participating in soccer and indoor / outdoor track and field. He volunteers with the youth group in his church.

DeYoung received the University of Rochester Honorary Bausch + Lomb Science Award, the Rochester Institute of Technology Computer Science Medal and Scholarship, the Hobart and Williams Smith College Finger Lakes Scholarship, the Leadership Award from the ‘Clarkson University, St. Lawrence University Book Award, Elmira College Key Award, and American Chemical Society Recognition Award. He plans to study engineering at RIT.

Vernon obtained an overall academic average of 97.2. She is a member of the NHS and participates in the Show Choir and the annual musical. Vernon has been involved in track and field since ninth grade, participating in soccer year round.

Kailey Vernon.

Vernon is involved with 4-H and the National Junior Holstein Association. She received the UR George Eastman Young Leaders Award, the RIT Computing Medal and Scholarship Award and the HWS Finger Lakes Award. She plans to study nursing at St. John Fisher College.

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SUNY Fredonia School of Music to Offer Free Summer Workshops for Middle and High School Students and Teachers | News, Sports, Jobs http://tadasei.com/suny-fredonia-school-of-music-to-offer-free-summer-workshops-for-middle-and-high-school-students-and-teachers-news-sports-jobs/ http://tadasei.com/suny-fredonia-school-of-music-to-offer-free-summer-workshops-for-middle-and-high-school-students-and-teachers-news-sports-jobs/#respond Fri, 25 Jun 2021 04:24:44 +0000 http://tadasei.com/suny-fredonia-school-of-music-to-offer-free-summer-workshops-for-middle-and-high-school-students-and-teachers-news-sports-jobs/

A series of free online workshops and master classes for middle and high school students and teachers will be organized by the State University of the Fredonia School of Music in late June and July.

Full schedule and registration information are online at fredonia.edu/summermusic Pre-registration is required for free sessions. Session I is scheduled for Tuesday June 29 and Wednesday July 30; Session II is Monday July 26.

For more information, contact the director of the Summer Music Festival Tiffany Nicely at summermusicfestival@fredonia.edu

“We know a lot of students are ‘Zoomed in’ right now, but they’re always looking for fun ways to stay engaged.” Well said. “The Fredonia School of Music has it all covered. Classes on how to train effectively and efficiently, audition preparation, stage fright, master classes, women composers and much more. No long days on the screen, just fun, interactive, and value-packed workshops that will keep students interested and excited to play.

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Co-founder Robin Beeck’s weekend highlights for the Boulder International Film Festival – Boulder Daily Camera http://tadasei.com/co-founder-robin-beecks-weekend-highlights-for-the-boulder-international-film-festival-boulder-daily-camera/ http://tadasei.com/co-founder-robin-beecks-weekend-highlights-for-the-boulder-international-film-festival-boulder-daily-camera/#respond Thu, 24 Jun 2021 22:31:47 +0000 http://tadasei.com/co-founder-robin-beecks-weekend-highlights-for-the-boulder-international-film-festival-boulder-daily-camera/

Here are the highlights of the weekend from Robin Beeck, co-owner of the Boulder International Film Festival.

For trailers and a full schedule, visit biff1.org.

Chautauqua Auditorium

“The Loneliest Whale: In Search of 52”

Friday, 10:30 a.m., US, feature documentary, 2021, 90 minutes
This film is an inspiring cinematic quest to find the “52 hertz whale,” which scientists say has spent its entire life in solitude screaming at a frequency different from that of any other whale.

Directed by Joshua Zeman and executive produced by Leonardo DiCaprio.

Short program 1

Friday, 1:15 p.m., 85 minutes

BIFF’s short film programs are incredibly popular. Many of these films have won awards and propelled their directors to even more ambitious projects. The BIFF Short Film Program 1 features the films “My Father the Mover”, “The Present”, “The Letter Room”, “Old Dog” and “David”.

Century 16 Rock

‘Summer time’

Friday, 7:45 p.m., US, feature film, 2021, 90 minutes

The lyrics to this cheerfully contagious urban musical were written by 27 extremely talented high school students in Los Angeles. The film was born from the director’s “breathtaking” visit to a workshop where artists from all over the city fearlessly recited personal texts.

Directed by Carlos López Estrada.

Boulder High Football Field


Friday, 9 p.m., US, feature documentary, 2021, 99 minutes

Snowcat’s mechanic, Mike Alves, was outside when he heard twigs snapping. It was 1982 and it was the worst blizzard in Lake Tahoe history; it had already snowed 7 feet in five days with wind gusts of 120 miles per hour. In a split second, millions of pounds of snow fell, demolishing the buildings at the Alpine Meadows base and burying the parking lot. A team of 150 volunteers spent the next five days digging. They found eight bodies, but continued to search, as one person was still missing.

Filmmakers Jared Drake, Steven Siig and film subject Meredith Watson will appear in person.

Chautauqua Auditorium

“Tom Petty, somewhere you feel free”

Saturday, 8 p.m., US, feature documentary, 2021, 89 minutes

This film offers a unique take on Petty’s legacy and captures the period 1993-95, during which Petty created her most impactful and emotionally raw album, “Wildflowers”. This unvarnished take on the singer, songwriter and musician features never-before-seen footage from recently discovered archives of 16mm film.

Filmmakers Mary Wharton and Dan Braun will appear in person.

Boulder High School

‘Cubana Cuba’ soybean

Saturday, 3:15 p.m., US, feature documentary, 2021, 79 minutes

When the Vocal Vidas, an all-female Cuban quartet, are invited to perform their first show in the United States, a simple concert becomes a journey beyond physical and ideological boundaries, affirming the connecting power of music.

Filmmakers Jeremy Ungar and Robin Miller Ungar will appear in person.

‘Los Hermanos / The Brothers’

Saturday, 5:45 p.m., Cuba / US, feature documentary, 2020, 84 minutes

This exciting and highly anticipated film follows two Cuban-born brothers and award-winning musicians, Ilmar López Gavilán, a violinist who left Havana as a teenager to study in Moscow and then settle in New York, and Aldo, a pianist. , including training and career, developed in Havana.

Filmmakers Marcia Jarmel and Ken Schneider will appear in person

“For fools only”

Saturday, 8:15 p.m., US, feature documentary, 2020, 87 minutes

The world’s first improvisation troupe was organized in the 1950s and has grown to include Mike Nichols, Elaine May, Shelly Berman, Del Close, and others. When Nichols, May, and Berman set out for fame and fortune, the band rebranded themselves The Second City, and eventual director Del Close continued to teach his improv method to comedians like Robin Williams, Dan Ackroyd. , John Belushi, Stephen Colbert, Tina Fey, Bill Murray and Amy Poehler.

Directed by Heather Ross.

Chautauqua Auditorium

“From Ronnie”

Sunday, 10 a.m., UK, feature documentary, 2020, 104 minutes

In 1959, tenor saxophonist Ronnie Scott founded a jazz club in London which has enjoyed enormous success from the very beginning until today. The club has been the zero point of jazz in Europe for six decades and featured legends like Miles Davis, Ella Fitzgerald, Van Morrison and Nina Simone – and included superstars like Prince, Lady Gaga and Jimi Hendrix, who made her last performance. spectacular. at “Ronnie’s” before his death. The film features never-before-seen footage of some of the greatest jazz stars of all time.

Directed by Oliver Murray.

“Under the volcano”

Sunday, 3:45 p.m., Australia, feature documentary, 2021, 90 minutes

Built by Beatles producer Sir George Martin in 1979, AIR Studios Montserrat was a bespoke recording facility nestled in a Caribbean paradise, in the shadow of an active volcano. The studio has not only attracted the greatest musical talent on the planet, but has also been the birthplace of mega-hits such as “Money for Nothing” and “Every Breath You Take”. Under the Volcano is the definitive tale of George Martin’s studio at World’s End and features Sting, Jimmy Buffet, Stevie Wonder, The Rolling Stones, Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Elton John, Earth and Earth Wind & Fire.

Directed by Gracie Otto.

Boulder High School

“Youth against government”

Sunday, 12:15 p.m., US, feature documentary, 2020, 110 minutes

This film tells the story of American youth facing the most powerful government in the world. Since 2015, 21 plaintiffs, now aged 13 to 24, have been suing the US government for violating their constitutional rights to life, liberty, personal safety and property through their deliberate actions in creating the climate crisis which they will inherit. It is the story of young people who find their voice and fight to protect their rights and our collective future.

Filmmakers Christi Cooper, Olivia Ahnemann, Lyman Smith and the plaintiff Nick Venner will appear in person.

” Language course “

Sunday, 3:15 p.m., US / Costa Rica, feature film, 2021, 91 minutes

When Adam’s husband (Mark Duplass) surprises him with weekly Spanish lessons, he’s not sure where or how this new element will fit into his already structured life. Adam develops an unexpected and complicated emotional bond with Cariño – but do you really know someone just because you’ve been through a traumatic time with them? Bittersweet, honest, and at times dark and funny, the film is a moving exploration of platonic love.

Directed by Natalie Morales Actors: Mark Duplass, Natalie Morales, Desean Terry.

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As we all revel in the action of the NBA Conference Finals, many teams in the league not lucky enough to earn a playoff berth are working diligently behind the scenes, seeking to uncover the next potential change gem. franchise.

The 2021 NBA Draft Lottery draw took place Tuesday night (ET), with teams salivating over the prospects of selecting a star like Oklahoma State’s Cade Cunningham from a pool of players many reviewers have. consider strong among the top five.

But you can bet that when the draft arrives on July 29, a few teams will catch some thefts that we’ll be talking about in the years to come.

That said, we take a quick look at 10 of the biggest steals picked over the past 10 years in the NBA Draft. It’s an extended roster overall, so we’re limiting it to players who were drafted outside of the top 10 and who were subsequently selected for at least one NBA All-Star game.

To note: The players are listed in alphabetical order.

Giannis Antetokounmpo: He is the ultimate gem. The two-time MVP and five-time All-Star was selected 15th in the 2013 draft, and he led the Milwaukee Bucks to the conference finals twice. Heading into the 2021 Eastern Conference Finals, Antetokounmpo has averaged 24.8 points, 11.6 rebounds, 4.9 assists and 1.4 blocks in 10 playoffs since making his 2015 playoff debut at age 20. So far, Antetokoumpo is 0-1 in the conference final. Maybe he must finally break through.

Devin Booker: He was the 13th pick in a class of 2015 that saw his college teammate Karl-Anthony Towns go No.1 overall. Booker came off the bench in Kentucky, but now leads the Phoenix Suns on a magical playoff series as a double All-Star. It’s a study of perseverance considering all the lost seasons he went through in his first five seasons to get there.

Jimmy Butler: Butler’s story is amazing. A native of Texan, Butler played junior varsity ball, then enrolled at Marquette University before Chicago made him the 30th pick in the 2011 Draft. His draft class includes six other All-Stars (Butler, Kyrie Irving, Kawhi Leonard, Isaiah Thomas, Klay Thompson, Kemba Walker and Nikola Vucevic). Five-time All-Star, Butler has just completed his second season in Miami, where his drive and work ethic seem to fit naturally into the Heat culture.

Rudy Gobert: A two-time NBA All-Star after winning his third Defensive Player of the Year title, Gobert was the lowest pick (27th) of just three All-Stars in the 2013 Draft Class. He averaged double-digit rebounds in six of his eight NBA seasons, and you know he’s going to block at least two shots per game. The anchor of everything Utah does defensively, Gobert suffered a disappointing exit in the 2021 Western Conference semifinals.

Green Draymond: The triple All-Star was the No.35 pick in 2012 and is tied with teammate Klay Thompson for the King of the Rings title among that group. Green won three titles with the Warriors, in addition to a Defensive Player of the Year award. He’s a mainstay of the All-NBA defensive team, making six appearances. Green’s knowledge of the game is unmatched, and he will become a TV star once he decides to quit.

Nikola Jokic: His improbable rise started in a Serbian newspaper and has peaked this season. The Joker just won his first MVP award, and he was the first Serbian to win that honor and the least drafted player (41st overall) to do so. Some might argue that he’s the biggest draft robbery in NBA history.

Kawhi Leonard: The 15th pick in 2011, Leonard is two-time Defensive Player of the Year and two-time Finals MVP looking for his third championship with his third team. Five-time All-Star, Leonard was also the 2020 All-Star Game MVP. He has been named All-NBA First Team three times, in addition to winning NBA All-Defensive First Team honors three times.

Khris Middleton: Every year when we discuss which players are on the verge of entering the club 50-40-90, the double All-Star Middleton always seems to be in the conversation. Keep in mind that the shooting feat has only been accomplished 12 times by eight players in NBA history, and apparently every season the 39th pick in the 2012 Draft is on the verge of reaching it. . In nine NBA seasons, Middleton played 510 of 585 regular season games, averaging 31.7 minutes.

Donovan Mitchell: At one point, baseball was Mitchell’s primary sport, and one wonders what he could have accomplished if he had focused all of his efforts on this effort. Two-time NBA All-Star and 2018 Slam Dunk Contest winner, Mitchell was the 13th pick in a 2017 draft that produced a trio of All-Stars (Bam Adebayo and Jayson Tatum). Mitchell is one of the most dynamic goalscorers in the league and one of the reasons the Jazz are expected to compete for titles in the years to come.

Klay Thompson: We have sorely missed the presence of this sniper for the past two years, and I hope he will return to full health soon. Three-time NBA champion, Thompson has already illuminated the Indiana Pacers for 60 points in just 11 dribbles. “I’ve never heard of anyone doing what Klay did, getting 60 of 11 dribbles,” Hawks goalie Lou Williams told NBA.com. “Sixty out of 11 dribbles, no that’s never going to happen again.” The five-time All-Star was the 11th pick in the 2011 Draft, and he won the Third All-NBA Team twice (2015, 2016) in addition to being part of the Second NBA All-Defensive Team in 2019.

And five more: Bam Adebayo (n ° 14 in 2017); Domantas Sabonis (n ° 11 in 2016); Pascal Siakam (n ° 27 in 2016); Nikola Vucevic (n ° 16 in 2011); Zach LaVine (# 13 in 2014).

Michael C. Wright is editor-in-chief for NBA.com. You can send him an e-mail here, find his archives here and follow him on Twitter.

The opinions on this page do not necessarily reflect those of the NBA or its clubs.

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Back to the music concert series: This Thursday, the Stephen Trohoske Trio jazz ensemble with Tony Gray and Bradley Amidon will perform as part of the series at Perry Square. Grab some blankets or chairs and settle into the park. Food and drink vendors open at 7 p.m. and music begins at 8 p.m. For more information, visit https://bit.ly/3cYuRZY.

Mid-day dance break: The first of four weekly sessions will take place this Thursday from noon to 1 p.m. at Perry Square. The first session pairs the Crime Victim Center with hoop dancer Jennifer Dennehy. The theme of the series is “empowerment”. Each session will also feature a visual artist who will sketch, photograph or otherwise work on the piece. Their works of art will be exhibited (for sale) at the CVC. For more information, visit https://bit.ly/3gGnF7k.

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• Zoo Idaho will host Zoo daytime classes from 10 am to noon on Wednesdays in June at the Zoo Idaho Education Building, 3101 Avenue of the Chiefs in Pocatello. These one-day classes are perfect for investigative-minded children aged 5 to 13. Groups study various topics with age-appropriate activities. The cost is $ 15 and prior registration is required. Register at tinyurl.com/y45rw7p. This week’s topic is “Feathered Birds”. If you think feathers, flight, and dinosaurs are cool, then you’ll want to sign up for this birdlife adventure.

• The Animal Shelters Advisory Council will meet today at noon in the Council Chamber of Pocatello Town Hall.

• The Police Union negotiations will continue today at 1:00 p.m. in the council chamber of Pocatello Town Hall.

• The Bannock Civitans will kick off the Revive @ 5 summer concerts from 5 to 8 pm today at the downtown pavilion. Live on stage, The Eclectics will perform, and there will be great food, cold drinks and fun for the whole family.

• The Planning and Zoning Commission will meet today at 6 pm in the council chamber of the town hall of Pocatello.

• Al-Anon, a group of friends and family of alcoholics, meets Wednesdays at 6:30 pm via Zoom. For more information, call 208-232-2692.

• The Union Taproom, inside the historic Yellowstone Hotel at 230 W. Bonneville St. in Pocatello, will host DJ Trivia from 7 to 9 pm today.

• Jarid Greene will host an open mic night from 7 to 10 p.m. today at the Oasis Bar, 304 N. Main St. in Pocatello. Sing us a song, play an instrument, tell a joke or read a poem.

• One One Seven Music Lounge, 117 S. Main St. in Pocatello, hosts an open mic night every Wednesday from 8 p.m.


• Courtesy of Ford & Lincoln, 1600 Yellowstone Ave. in Pocatello, will host a Customer Appreciation Fiesta from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday. There will be tacos, games and raffles.

• Casting for Recovery Eastern Idaho will be holding a fundraiser from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at The Union Taproom, 230 W. Bonneville St. There will be a raffle and silent auction, and a percentage of food and beverage sales. will be donated to help raise money for the Breast Cancer Retirement Program.

• There will be a Hearing Examiners meeting at 5:30 pm Thursday in the Council Chamber at Pocatello Town Hall.

• The Yellowstone Restaurant, 230 W. Bonneville St. in Pocatello, will host a jazz night featuring The Dewdroppers from 6 pm to 8 pm Thursday.

• Off the Rails Brewing, 228 S. Main St. in Pocatello, will host its June beer event with live music by Shawn Barnby from 6 pm to 8:30 pm Thursday.

• Rock band Phoenix Risen will perform from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm Thursday at American Falls City Park as part of the free weekly Music in the Park event. Food trucks Angels Tacos and BBQ Shooters will be on site. Bring a blanket or a chair.

• There will be an open mic at Station Square, 200 S. Main St. in Pocatello, from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Thursday. Come join in for a fun evening with an open mic for poetry, stories and music. Bring a friend and bring an instrument. Bring a poem or just bring yourself. Crafted will be open with food, beer and wine, coffee and more.

• The Bourbon Barrel, 238 W. Clark St. in Pocatello, hosts karaoke every Thursday at 8 p.m.


• Rockland Public School, 321 E. Center St. in Rockland, will host the 16th Annual Dutch Oven and Melodrama Dinner on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Dinner is 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. each evening and the show begins at 7:30 p.m., with an additional morning at 4 p.m. on Saturday. Admission is $ 15 for dinner and the show ($ 7.50 for children 12 and under) or $ 10 for the show or dinner ($ 4 for children). Dinner includes three tips, pulled pork, potatoes, salad, rolls, cobbler and ice cream, as well as a homemade root beer.

• The Palace Theater, 158 E Chubbuck Road, will present a production of “Legally Blonde” at 7 pm Thursday, Friday and Saturday with an additional brunch at noon on Saturday. Friday and Saturday shows include an optional brunch or dinner in addition to the show. Tickets range from $ 36 to $ 42. Tickets for the show only are $ 20 for the Friday and Saturday night shows and $ 16 for the Thursday show and the brunch show. If you would like a dinner or brunch in addition to the show, call 208-238-8001 to make a reservation. Tickets for the show only can be purchased online at palacetheatrearts.com.

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Gems overlooked by JATK, J. Jordan, Salem Wolves, SeapeopleS and Zola Simone http://tadasei.com/gems-overlooked-by-jatk-j-jordan-salem-wolves-seapeoples-and-zola-simone/ http://tadasei.com/gems-overlooked-by-jatk-j-jordan-salem-wolves-seapeoples-and-zola-simone/#respond Wed, 23 Jun 2021 09:05:17 +0000 http://tadasei.com/gems-overlooked-by-jatk-j-jordan-salem-wolves-seapeoples-and-zola-simone/

We get a lot of music submissions. I mean, A LOT. Like almost all New England musicians. Obviously, you can’t do everything, but there are always some gems of the region that we have almost forgotten. Here are a few :

“Japanese butterfly”, by JATK: Boston songwriter Matt Jatkola has chronicled his cancer journey with upbeat rock and roll through his power pop project, JATK, but even if you don’t know, his song “Japanese Butterfly” is definitely worth watching. hardly. There’s a garage rock and an indie rock vibe to the song, all framing a surprisingly delicate writing: “It’s easy to take off / You show him how to start / forgetting secrets / in caterpillar hearts.” In short, the song is a lively and uplifting joy.

J. Jordan

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35 scholarship recipients chosen for the Future Of Music Faculty scholarship at the Cleveland Institute of Music http://tadasei.com/35-scholarship-recipients-chosen-for-the-future-of-music-faculty-scholarship-at-the-cleveland-institute-of-music/ http://tadasei.com/35-scholarship-recipients-chosen-for-the-future-of-music-faculty-scholarship-at-the-cleveland-institute-of-music/#respond Tue, 22 Jun 2021 22:02:49 +0000 http://tadasei.com/35-scholarship-recipients-chosen-for-the-future-of-music-faculty-scholarship-at-the-cleveland-institute-of-music/

Today, the Cleveland Institute of Music announced the recipients of the 2021 Future of Music Faculty Fellowship program, a critical step in creating a culture of diversity within the music academy and beyond.

Fueled by a grant awarded as part of the inaugural cycle of the Sphinx Venture Fund, this one-of-a-kind career development initiative will engage 35 Black and Latin music professionals who are pursuing or considering an academic career, preparing them with the skills, knowledge and networks to grow professionally and influence generations of musicians. “The Future of Music Faculty Fellowship has a bold ambition to catalyze change in the ranks of academia now and for years to come,” said Paul W. Hogle, President and CEO of CIM.

“The quality of the applications alone was remarkable, and the 35 fellows who will participate in the program over the coming year have impressive credentials and career goals. Our program faculty – led by esteemed colleagues, including Dr José Bowen, Dr Ronald Crutcher, Dr Aaron Flagg, Dr Eileen Hayes, Dr Eduardo Herrera, Dr Alisha Lola Jones and Dr Tammy L. Kernodle – have already walked this path and are eager to share this that they have learned with the next generation of black and Latinx music researchers and teaching artists. I look forward to seeing the impact these fellows will have on the music students of tomorrow. “

Fellowship faculty member Dr José Bowen described his goals for the program: “In every academic position I have held, I have been ‘the first’. Other people could help and guide me, but there has never been someone who looks like me to become real with. It is an opportunity to be surrounded by people who “understand” and to help each other be our best authentic selves as we break down barriers. ”“ I look forward to meeting and learning from bright and inspiring mentors and participants who bring not only their expertise to our field, but also their diverse backgrounds and experiences, ”added new colleague Dr Maria Romero Ramos, who is a faculty member at Blair’s School of Music. Vanderbilt University. “I am also delighted to have mentors who are like me and who have chosen to devote their time and effort to supporting the next generation of artists from under-represented backgrounds.”

Through a competitive process with more than 160 applicants from 30 states and seven countries, a panel of distinguished faculty members from colleges and universities selected 35 scholarship recipients based on the strength of their music training, education and background. application materials, as well as their dedication, skills and success in the complex world of academia. Of the class, 19 have terminal degrees, and eight more are currently enrolled in doctoral programs; their fields of study include instrumental, jazz and vocal performance; music education; composition; conduct; and ethnomusicology, musicology and music theory. They come from 20 states across the country and range in age from 24 to 47.

ABOUT THE SCHOLARSHIPS Here are the 2021 scholarship recipients of the Faculty of the Future of Music:

  • Nicolas Lell Benavides, lecturer in music theory and doctoral student, University of Southern California; composer
  • Mark Bonner, Jr, graduate assistant and doctoral student, University of Missouri – Kansas City Conservatory; clinician and arranger
  • Angelica Brooks, PhD student, University of Southern California; Music teacher in K-12 public schools
  • Kabelo Chirwa, PhD student, University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music
  • Teresa Díaz de Cossío, doctoral student, University of California, San Diego; faculty, Universidad Autonóma de Baja California
  • Raul Dominguez, doctoral student, University of Colorado Boulder; curator, Colloquium of choir conductors, Vol. 1; Assistant Artistic Director, Denver Gay Men’s Chorus
  • Henry Dorn, doctoral student, Michigan State University; scholar in composition, 2021 Next Festival of Emerging Artists; driver
  • Mary E. Garza, doctoral candidate, University of Michigan; teaching artist, UM Michigan Artist Citizens program; Recipient of the 2021 Sphinx MPower artist scholarship
  • Alex Gonzalez, violinist, The Knights and Sphinx Virtuosi; teacher, Carnegie Hall’s National Youth Orchestra Program, Sphinx Performance Academy
  • Dr Kelly Guerra, voice teacher, UC Santa Barbara and private studio; Opera Santa Barbara Chrisman Artist Studio
  • Dr Lily Guerrero, Director of Vocal Studies, Texas Lutheran University
  • Dr Jackson Guillen, professor of violin, viola and orchestra, Lone Star College-Tomball; director, CODA Music Program, and conductor, Debut String Orchestra, Houston Youth Symphony
  • Jasmine A. Henry, doctoral candidate, Rutgers University; artistic director and coordinator, Newark School of the Arts Media Lab; sound engineer and musicologist
  • Dr Kevin C. Holt, Assistant Professor of Musicology, Stony Brook University; Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship, Wesleyan University
  • Josue Jimenez, doctoral student, Indiana University Jacobs School of Music; associate member, Chicago Civic Orchestra
  • Stephanie Jones, Research Assistant, Student Education Coordinator (Music Education) and PhD Candidate, University of Miami, Frost School of Music
  • Dr. Amy Lewis, Assistant Professor of Music Education, James Madison University; clinician and lecturer
  • Dr Teresita Lozano, Assistant Professor of Musicology and Ethnomusicology, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley; performer and music specialist Borderland, Motus Theater’s UndocuAmerica Project
  • Dr Patricio Molina, director of the conservatory, Newark School of the Arts; President and Co-Founder, Notes for Growth Foundation
  • Devan Moore, doctoral student, Florida State University College of Music; ensemble clinician and lecturer
  • Melissa Muñoz, Assistant Professor of Brass, Cheshire Academy; co-founder of Brass Out Loud; studio teacher and lecturer
  • Dr Aaron Paige, assistant professor of music (voice), Ball State University; former member of the Singing Sergeants, United States Air Force Band
  • Dr Elizabeth Palmer, Instrumental Music Teacher, Prince George County, Maryland; founder, Modern Maestro, Inc.
  • Quinton Parker, Assistant Professor of Music Education and Doctoral Student, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
  • Gabriel Piqué, Assistant Professor of Saxophone and Jazz Studies, Baldwin Wallace Conservatory of Music; doctoral student, University of Illinois
  • Dr. Sebastian Quesada-Ruiz, composer and teacher
  • Dr Maria Romero Ramos, professor, Blair School of Music at Vanderbilt University; first violin, Music City Baroque
  • Karlos Rodriguez, Director of Artistic Affairs, Sphinx Performance Academy; founding member, Catalyst Quartet
  • Dr Brice Smith, assistant professor of transverse flute, Adams State University; Assistant Artistic Director, Indiana University Jacobs School of Music’s Flute Academy
  • Marianne Solivan, Assistant Professor of Jazz and Commercial Voice, Syracuse University; creator and director, MS Jazz Vocal Workshop and Jazz Vocal Repertoire Hang
  • Dr Tamika Sterrs-Howard, Assistant Professor in Music Appreciation and Music Theory; Lanier Technical College and University of North Georgia; composer
  • Dr Carline Waugh, Assistant Professor of Voice, Marshall University; clinician and lecturer
  • Kendra Wheeler, doctoral candidate, Michigan State University; Light Reeds endorser artist
  • Lisa Williamson, voice professor, Southern Connecticut State University; PhD student, University of Connecticut
  • Khyle Wooten, doctoral student, Florida State University; conductor and composer

For more information on fellows, visit cim.edu/fellowship/fellows.

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