Sunriver Music Festival’s Piano Showcase April 1-2 celebrates the versatility and virtuosity of the piano

SUNRIVER, Oregon – This year Piano Showcase: from Bach to boogie and jazz offers two unique and exceptional public concerts, Friday April 1 and Saturday April 2, as well as a rare glimpse into Central Oregon’s first Piano Training Weekend. This includes masterclasses and workshops not to be missed if …

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THE MASTERPIECE – SLJFF Review

Conductor Marin Alsop, the first woman to conduct a major American symphony orchestra, in a scene from the documentary THE CONDUCTOR. Courtesy of St. Louis Jewish Film Festival. Happy is a good word for Bernadette Wegenstein’s delicious and inspiring biographical documentary THE CONDUCTOR, about Marin Alsop, the first female conductor …

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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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Mary Frances Haugse Hornbeek

November 9, 1944 — March 7, 2022 Longtime Davis resident Mary Frances Haugse Hornbeek died at home on March 7, 2022 after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease. Her beloved husband of 54 years, Larry, was by her side in the final moments. Despite the difficult challenges of Parkinson’s disease, …

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NOCCA offers virtual summer session for Louisiana high school students across the state

The New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA), Louisiana’s arts conservatory for high school students, proudly announces an incredible opportunity for students across the state. A one-of-a-kind virtual summer program where students can take classes remotely with NOCCA teacher-artists. NOCCA invites students from all corners of the state to be …

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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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Magnus Adds Three Key Recruits to Leadership Team | News

BURLINGAME, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–March 10, 2022– Magnus Medical, Inc., a medical device company developing novel, fast-acting brain stimulation technology designed to treat adults with neuropsychiatric disorders, today announced the appointment of three executives to key positions within the management team. Erica Lundmark joins as vice president of hardware engineering, Tammy Morton …

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Seven works that explode the myth of a movement

From its earliest days, Surrealism’s goal was to subvert the things that most people believed to be the very foundations of modern civilization: logic, convention, and reasoning. Surrealism promised intellectual freedom to its adherents – first writers, and later visual artists. These artists wanted to open doors to worlds that …

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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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Edward Walter Larkosh – The Martha’s Vineyard Times

Jazz teacher, artist and musician Ed Larkosh passed away peacefully at his home in East Providence, RI on March 14, 2021, with his son Dan Larkosh and grandson Oliver Larkosh by his side. Ed was born March 2, 1936 in Pawtucket, RI He liked to joke that he was born …

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Is the official release date out or not?

Tanjirou, Nezuko and their friends return for a new season of the legendary anime. Demon Slayer, the hit shonen anime series, will return for a second season this year. Following the dazzling success of its first season in 2019 and the feature film Demon Slayer in 2020, Kimetsu no Yaiba …

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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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NMYO opens registration to young musicians for Symphonic Summer Music Camp

Some of NMYO’s young musicians (file photo by Kathy Joyce) Please support local advertisers IPSWICH – The Northeast Massachusetts Youth Orchestras (NMYO) has opened registration for their second annual Summer Symphony Music Camp. A non-profit organization, NMYO’s mission is to provide young musicians with ensemble training. The organization provides opportunities …

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Ukrainian musician appeals for peace from Japan

For Kateryna Gudzii, the traditional Ukrainian instrument she plays has been her way of sharing her homeland’s culture and music with Japan – and this decade-plus personal mission takes on deeper meaning now than Ukraine is in the global spotlight after the Russian invasion. “When I perform, I do so …

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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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Weehawken jazz master Barry Harris leaves a rich legacy | Appreciation

By Michele Drayton Barry Harris was taken aback when he found out he was one of three jazz pianists up for the GRAMMY organization’s President’s Merit Award. “What is it? I don’t know what it is,” Harris recalled during an interview on Florida’s WMNF-FM radio in 2005. “But when I …

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News from the Côte-Nord in brief | News

Salem Democratic Caucus March 5 On Saturday, March 5 at 1 p.m., Salem Democrats from Wards 1-7 will meet via Zoom to elect 32 delegates and 28 alternates to represent Salem at the 2022 Democratic State Convention. Registered and pre-registered Democrats ages 16 years old on February 4 can vote …

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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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The Recorder – Back Porch Festival back and bigger than ever

Posted: 2022-03-02 15:17:33 This weekend marks the return of the Back Porch Festival, a four-day (March 3-6) celebration of roots music presented by Signature Sounds that will feature performances by Rickie Lee Jones, Aoife O’Donovan, Jon Cleary & the Absolute Monster Gentlemen and others. The festival was inspired by Back …

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When Sabaton faced controversy, they stuck to their guns

Throughout Sabaton’s career, the band faced controversy, but despite being falsely labeled Nazi sympathizers and coming under pressure from an early record label to change their inspired lyrics through the war, Sabaton remained true to his positions. Late last year, we caught up with Joakim Brodén and Pär Sundström from …

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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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The Takács Quartet make their stage debut on March 19

The Broad Stage presents an evening with The Takács Quartet, winners of the Grammy Award, 2021 Gramophone Classical Music Awards, Chamber category and 2021 Presto Music Classical Recording Award, make their Broad Stage debut on Saturday, March 19 at 7:30 p.m. on the Stage main. Hailed as “arguably the greatest …

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Trail Blazer scout Nat Sutton dies

February 28, 2022 – Nat Sutton, Managing Director of ZRG Partners based in the firm’s New York office, has died. “I had the honor of working with Nat Sutton in his final chapter at ZRG,” said Larry Hartmann, CEO of ZRG. “Nat was a unique person who brought passion and …

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March Madness… Something for everyone at the Gardens

This slideshow requires JavaScript. There’s so much going on in March that you’ll want to buckle up for this roller coaster ride of excitement. And when it comes to excitement, it’s easy to start with our fabulous jazz series. South Motors Jazz presents…The John Pizzarelli TrioSaturday March 12, 8:00 p.m.Grammy-nominated …

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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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AKA Sisterhood Defines a Continuum of Excellence

The legacy of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority spans from founder Ethel Hedgemon Lyle, whose grandparents were slaves, to Vice President Kamala Harris. Its reach spans college campuses nationwide, including the University at Albany. “Before becoming a member, I wanted to be like the women in this organization and I want …

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Black Culture Festival concludes eventful week for Hope Station to celebrate Black History Month | Carlisle

At the start of last week, Hope Station executive director Safronia Perry was “tired”, but “excited”. At the end of that weekend, she was “happy”. Hope Station held three events last week to celebrate Black History Month: an OB-GYN collage workshop on Tuesday night, a Black Girl Chronicles learning series …

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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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Electro-Rock Musician Inis Finds Redemption Amid Chaos With ‘Rebel’ Mini-Album

Felix Martua (The Jakarta Post) Jakarta ● Fri, February 25, 2022 2022-02-25 15:00 0 6ecd2a3b02ae141944722af30e382616 1 Entertainment music,Indonesian-music,Indonesian-musicians,INIS,Inis-Sihab,X-Factor-Indonesia,electro-rock,EP Free The 27-year-old singer-songwriter forges his own brand of electro-rock to create his most observant and provocative EP to date. It feels like Inis is leading some sort of rebellion on his …

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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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Coach Ime Udoka: Celtics regular starters are ‘off the board at both ends of the field’

For the Celtics, the All-Star break offered a chance to rest, regroup and start preparing for this season’s stretch run that holds more promise than a few months ago. Coach Ime Udoka returned home to Brooklyn for a few days, but it was hardly a vacation. He said he wanted …

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American Idol winner Ruben Studdard will teach at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (UTC).

Next month, American Idol season two winner Ruben Studdard will give a masterclass for performing arts majors at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (UTC). The course, which will take place March 7 and 28, will include first-hand experience from Studdard on how to prepare for the music industry while …

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🌱Apollo Beach Eatery will open + TPD chief works without advice OK

Happy Wednesday, people of Tampa! Let’s keep up to date with what’s happening locally to start today on an informed note. First, today’s weather forecast: Fairly sunny and humid. High: 83 Low: 65. One of the easiest ways to connect with local customers and keep in mind in town is …

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Today in History | Story

Today is Wednesday, February 23, the 54th day of 2022. There are 311 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On February 23, 1954, the first mass inoculation of school children against poliomyelitis using the Salk vaccine began in Pittsburgh as some 5,000 students were vaccinated. To …

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SBTV founder and music entrepreneur Jamal Edwards dies aged 31 | Jamal Edwards

Jamal Edwards, known for founding media platform SBTV, which helped catapult grime and a wave of new artists to a global audience, died Sunday morning at the age of 31. Edwards was also a director, author, DJ, entrepreneur and designer, and received an MBE in 2014 – when he was …

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Spencer Schillerstrom – DePauw University

Spencer Schillerstrom began his musical journey learning to play many instruments, including the piano, cello and flute, before falling in love with the tenor saxophone at the age of 12. With the support of family, friends, and early childhood educators Johnathan Ball and Brayer Teague, Spencer’s love and dedication to …

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Today in History (February 19)

February 19, 2022 3:46 p.m. Job : February 19, 2022 3:46 p.m. Picture KOAM Today is Saturday, February 19, the 50th day of 2022. Today is in history. Local News In 2014, a 19-year-old man was arrested after a four-month-old baby was taken to hospital in Joplin. In 2016, a …

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‘Betty’s Notebook’ Soars in Dallas Again – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Verdigris Ensemble takes off for new adventures with Nicholas Reeves Betty’s notebook, starting with a series of concerts before taking part in a national choir convention and releasing an album this spring. The choir will play Betty’s Notebook at the First Presbyterian Church in Dallas on February 18 and 19 …

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Covid News: NYC Anime Convention Wasn’t an Omicron Superspreader Event, CDC Study Finds

Video Governor Gavin Newsom of California unveiled the state’s new approach to living with the coronavirus, moving away from what he called a “crisis mindset” and starting to treat the virus as a manageable risk .CreditCredit…Allison Zaucha for The New York Times On Thursday, California health officials unveiled a “next …

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The best harp festival returns in style after the Covid break

The prestigious Wales Harp Festival returns this year after the Covid-19 pandemic forced it to be canceled two years ago and become a virtual event in 2021. There will be live audiences at Galeri Caernarfon when it becomes the center of the harp world with the event staged over two …

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Music teacher Liam Birch sentenced to 11 years in prison after treating school students

A music teacher guilty of a campaign of rape, abuse and grooming against six female students has been jailed for 11 years. Matthew Birch, who saw girls as ‘fair game’, lashed out at his victims while working in secondary schools in North Lanarkshire and Fife. The 45-year-old former police officer …

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Souvenir of April + Vista and their return to the stage

On October 29, C’mon Everybody, an incredible group of artists, performed in Brooklyn, NY, as I waited for headliners April + Vista to take the stage. Opening the evening with the beautiful voice of Miranda del Sol as she performed for the first time. Miranda’s soulful voice paired with that …

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SBS language | Stress-free environment to connect in Japan, Melbourne mums create their own learning community for themselves and their children

A Sydney-based Japanese mother and director of a Japanese-learning community in Melbourne, Naoko Inuzuka, has published a book to expand the community’s activities. SBS Ms. Naoko Inuzuka is the manager of Aozora Shokudo (Blue-Sky Cafeteria), a Japanese learning community in Melbourne. Ms Inuzuka has taught Japanese in Australia and has …

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Police reports | Mount Airy News

February 06, 2022 Signs are up for job fairs, help ads are listed in the newspaper, and yet there is a disconnect between the number of people out of work and unable to find jobs and the jobs that are vacant. “The vast majority of companies we spoke with are …

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Two Medway High School Choir students win seats at the 2022 All-State Music Festival

For immediate release MEDWAY – Principal John Murray and Choir Director Ashley Nelson-Oneschuk are pleased to announce the selection of two Medway High School Choir students to the All-State Music Festival. The festival is organized by the Massachusetts Music Educators Association (MMEA), an association of the National Association for Music …

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+233 pulls off the splendid ‘Blues & Jazz Festival’

THERE was a further manifestation of the constant and fruitful activities of the +233 Jazz Bar and Grill in favor of jazz in this country when its Blues & Jazz Festival 2022 took place from February 3 to February 5. From the moment the GH Jazz Collective took the stage …

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Sandbar Storytelling Festival to Launch in Winona | Culture & Leisure

The Sandbar Storytelling Festival, the first of its kind in Minnesota, will premiere in Winona from October 13-15, 2022. With a mission to promote the art of storytelling for all ages, this three-day event will include exciting performances and captivating chronicles. by renowned international storytellers. In addition to the two-day …

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Ten things to do for free in Denver this week

Click to enlarge Love is in the air. Downtown Denver To start the week off right, head to the downtown Denver ice rink: although skating there is always free, on Valentine’s Day you won’t need to pay for equipment. This is just the start of the great free activities in …

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Blomstedt explains Bruckner 4

Herbert Blomstedt (Hilary Scott 2019) With the lamentable departure of the beloved Bernard Haitink from this sphere, Herbert Blomstedt, whether he is interested in the fact or not (and he is no doubt tired of being interviewed on the subject) has assumed the role of former man of ‘State among …

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High contact sports, more after-school music programs can resume in Ontario schools

High contact sports, choir and other extracurricular activities can resume in Ontario schools after a temporary pause in activities when students resumed in-person learning amid the Omicron wave. The province announced the changes Thursday. Some low-contact sports that allow for physical distancing like tennis are played in schools, but high-contact …

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Why Puerto Rico mourns a musician

In 2004, Reyes Angleró invited friends to celebrate Matos’ birthday in Plaza del Mercado de Santurce. Word quickly spread that Tito Matos was playing, and pleneros from around San Juan and beyond began to arrive. A crowd sang and danced as musicians played an impromptu traveling concert, which made its …

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Berlin 2022: Dating Title Screen Guide | Characteristics

American review (Fri) Real Arnaud des PallieresFrench filmmaker des Pallieres continues his exploration of US culture and history, which began in earlier non-fiction works Disneyland, My Old Homeland; Diane Wellington; and Dusts of America, created from silent film archives. In this feature-length documentary, he explores the history of the United …

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MARK YOUR CALENDAR: Upcoming Events in the Danville Area | Lifestyles

As this section is free, community events are likely to be held depending on available space. Articles on religion are posted on the Saturday church page. Email events to [email protected] TODAY, FEB. 9 WEDNESDAY CLUB TO MEET: South Pole Adventure: Shelly Calabrisi, former Supervisor of Science and Engineering Project Services …

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Lior Poly overcame a lifetime of challenges to become a rising star

Lior Poly’s single “69 Letters”, released in August 2021, hit the Billboard charts and topped the iTunes charts. The music industry has become a bustling place for young talent in the age of social media and digitalization. Fortunately, passionate people don’t have to wait at the mercy of popular artists …

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February 8: Events in Mecosta County

Looking for something to do? The Stay Local Events Calendar posts a list of nonprofit and community events on Tuesdays and Fridays. Please check with your club or organization to be certain of meetings, outings and classes as they may be canceled due to bad weather or COVID-19. If a …

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Who is Shawn Mendes’ sexy SHAMAN? Singer gets witty after split from Camila Cabello

Shawn Mendes seems to be taking some time off from music as the singer-songwriter spends some quality time in Hawaii with his pals. The ‘Treat You Better’ hitmaker, who recently showed off his washboard abs on a shirtless walk, managed to raise his eyebrows again after rocking a brunette hairdo. …

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Amber Gray will play the final performance at HADESTOWN on February 19

Amber Gray, who originated the role of Persephone in Hadestown, the Tony Award®-winning Best New Musical, will play her final performance at the Walter Kerr Theater (219 West 48th Street) on Saturday evening, February 19. Casting for the role of Persephone will be announced shortly. Gray’s involvement in the seductive …

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Global Platinum Guitar Market Size, Value 2022-2029

Market research on the global turntable guitar market examines the performance of the Platinum guitar market 2022. It contains an in-depth analysis of the Turntable Guitar market status and competitive landscape globally. Global Turntable Guitar Market can be obtained through market details such as growth drivers, latest developments, Turntable Guitar …

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Great beginner! Mark Kondratyuk strengthened the position of the Russian team at the Olympics

Mark Kondratyuk The young Russian athlete, who quickly broke into the elite of figure skating, proved today that he is among the elite on ice for a reason. If six months ago everyone considered Mikhail Kolyada to be the leader of the Russian national men’s team, this title now rightfully …

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Black History Month comes to life in Grandin | Arts & Theater

The Grandin Theater began celebrating Black History Month in 2017 with film-centric events. “We’re excited to move away from just showcasing films for this year’s celebration and move into more interactive events that embrace the five tenets of hip-hop culture,” said Grandin CEO Ian Fortier. . These elements, according to …

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Sounds of the 1980 Winter Olympics: “Give it All You Got” by Chuck Mangione and the Crane School of Music compose a soundtrack for Lake Placid

As the XXIV Olympic Winter Games unfold in Beijing, China, we look back 42 years to the XIII Olympic Winter Games which were held in Lake Placid from February 13, 1980 to February 24, 1980. Land of the Miracle on Ice and speed skater Eric Heiden winning five gold medals, …

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Column: Memorable lineups – and some less so – of the Super Bowl halftime show

I was watching a TV interview the other night and they asked a famous celebrity who I couldn’t identify if he was excited about the Super Bowl halftime show. He said he was. I have, at least, heard of some of this year’s performers, but I couldn’t identify one of …

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Weekend: February 4-6: Culture: Smile Politely

friday 4 february Get a meal of the week from the restaurant, over 30 restaurants, Friday and Saturday, prices vary Right in the middle of our annual restaurant week, the city closed for two days, but this weekend is the last two days of RW and the restaurants will be …

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West Side Rag » Parents unhappy with local high school options, as application deadline approaches

Posted on February 3, 2022 at 7:01 p.m. by West Side Rag By Dena Twain District 3 parents are unhappy with the choices available to them as they face the March 1 deadline for New York City Department of Education (DOE) high school applications . The Zone 3 School District …

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The Last Scoop of 2021 – Lomabeat.com

2021 has been another great year for new music and emerging artists, but before we look at the great music to come, here are some albums I should have spent more time with in 2021; and you should too! “Red (Taylor’s Version)” – Taylor Swift Of all Taylor Swift’s catalog, …

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Dilts Named New General Manager of Franklin Theater | Brentwood homepage

The Franklin Theater shared on Wednesday the hiring of Eric Dilts as its new general manager. In this role, the Heritage Foundation says Dilts will be responsible for leading the nonprofit’s programmatic and operational activities, including spearheading community engagement and client relations initiatives. “I am thrilled to join the team …

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This is Us Season 6 Episode 5 Recap: Love and Connections

NBC this is us season 6 episode 5 “Heart and Soul” is out now. Directed by Chris Sullivan, Julia Brownell wrote today’s episode. The episode features Milo Ventimiglia as Jack Pearson, Mandy Moore as Rebecca Pearson, Sterling K Brown as Randall Pearson, Chrissy Metz as Kate Pearson, Hannah Zeile as …

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News: February/March 2022 | Number 148

Your free items Have you read a of your four free articles for this month. You can read four articles for free per month. To have full access to the thousands of philosophy articles on this site, please News Leading African philosopher dies aged 90 • Jazz opera Socrates opens …

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Today in History | Health and fitness

Today is Tuesday, February 1, the 32nd day of 2022. There are 333 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On February 1, 1960, four black college students began a protest sit-in at a Woolworth’s lunch counter in Greensboro, North Carolina, where they had been denied service. …

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Events in Tallahassee starting Jan. 31 – Tallahassee Reports

Marvel Trivia – Brass FaucetDated: Tuesday, February 1, 2022, starts at 6:30 p.m.Or: The Brass Faucet, 1321 Thomasville Rd.Cost: To free What you will get: Test your knowledge of the Marvel series. How well do you know your Groots from your Gamoras? Do you know all the names of the …

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Show Choir Performance Group Added to Vocal Music Program for 2022-2023 School Year – The Lancer Feed

Group to mix singing, dancing in a class, performance format which will require acceptance through an audition process A typical show choir is a mix of dancing, singing, bold costumes and music to soothe the ears. For the 2022-2023 school year, Lafayette will reintroduce a show choir to its offer …

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BLACKPINK’s Jennie Stuns Fans In Ultra-Modern Outfit In Grimes’ “Shinigami Eyes” Music Video

BLACKPINK’s Jennie is once again in the limelight. Although the K-pop group’s comeback has been repeatedly delayed, the members are doing their best to keep fans informed and entertained. Recently, band member Jennie made a guest appearance in Canadian musician Grimes’ latest music video, Shinigami eyes, which surprised BLACKPINK fans …

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Johnson and Bleess are BEA’s 2022 Triple ‘A’ winners | News, Sports, Jobs

This may be one of the few times you’ll see Vern Johnson, left, and Lauren Bleess, right, seated. Blue Earth Area seniors are active in different ways. In addition to their time spent in athletics, the arts, and academics, Johnson and Bleess use their time and talents to make a …

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Miss. teacher returning home after being hospitalized for 139 days with COVID-19

PETAL, Miss. (WDAM) – Five months ago, Kristi Linton was fighting for her life. She was diagnosed with COVID-19 in August 2021 and was eventually admitted to the University of Mississippi Medical Center, according to WDAM. “The doctors didn’t think I was going to make it,” Linton said. “I told …

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Teen of the week: Parkersburg teenager Nate McPeak has an affinity for nature | News, Sports, Jobs

Nate McPeak recently discovered the hobby of unicycling. (Photo provided) PARKERSBURG — Nate McPeak, 15, wants to get a degree in environmental science. “I hope one day to work in conservation and do research in the field”, McPeak said. “I want to keep the world I love beautiful.” McPeak said …

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Beegie Adair, a jazz master in the country music capital, dies at 84

Beegie Adair, whose status as a renowned jazz pianist was all the more notable for where she built her career — Nashville, the birthplace of country music — died Jan. 23 at her Franklin, Tennessee, residence. . She was 84 years old. Monica Ramey, his manager and frequent voice partner, …

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Book + audio extract: “Crying in H Mart” by Michelle Zauner

In her New York Times bestselling memoir, ‘Crying in H Mart’ (Knopf), Michelle Zauner, lead singer of indie band Japanese Breakfast, recounts the loss of her mother to cancer – and the comfort she received. found in the aisles of a Korean-owned grocery chain. Listen to an audio clip of …

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A Crescendo of Opportunities – APU Articles

Nothing beats the satisfying feeling of unwrapping the perfect Christmas present or opening a long-awaited school acceptance letter. Azusa Pacific University alumnus Erick Quintanilla ’11, MM ’13, had the same magical feeling the first time he opened a saxophone case in his 7th grade band class. From the moment Quintanilla …

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New concert series brings cutting-edge jazz to West Oakland

As the wave of omicron decimates the early winter concert season, a new series featuring the Bay Area’s leafy experimental and improvisational music scene offers respite from the wave of canceled concerts. The West Oakland Sessions, presented by Jazz in the Neighborhood and multidisciplinary performance center New Performance Traditions, will …

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Uinta County Herald | Don’t “do your own research”

II’m terrible at most sports – like, really terribly terrible. My hand-eye coordination is practically non-existent. I also have this fear of flying objects hitting me in the face. I’m much more likely to duck, close my eyes and try unsuccessfully to fend something off than catch any type of …

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Shinichi Atobe: Love of Plastic Album Review

Sustaining creativity over decades isn’t always about who you are. Sometimes the operative question is How? ‘Or’ What: How much of yourself should surround your work? How do you reconcile a unique point of view with the utilitarian demands of the dancefloor? How to change while remaining yourself? Over two …

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MIAMI’S ELITE FROST MUSIC SCHOOL PRESENTS A WORLD PREMIERE OPERA BASED ON ONE OF THE GREATEST NOVELS OF ALL TIME LATER ADAPTED TO THE AWARD-WINNING CLASSIC FILM

THE LEOPARD Music by Michael Dellaira Libretto by JD McClatchy SATURDAY AND SUNDAY – MARCH 5 AND 6, 2022 South Miami-Dade Cultural Center for the Arts 10950 SW 211 St. Cutler Bay, FL 33189 786-573-5300/ SMDCAC.ORG Show time: 3:00 p.m. Based on Il GattopardoOne of the greatest literary works of …

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Nine free BCRs to attend this semester

Are you struggling to meet the BCR requirement? Here are nine free BCRs you can attend this semester. Photo courtesy of Butler University. EMMA QUASNY | CULTURAL EDITOR | [email protected] Butler students are required to attend eight Butler Cultural Requirements, or BCR, before graduation, excluding Jordan College of the Arts …

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MSSU Faculty to Present International Film Series Selections – Newstalk KZRG

JOPLIN, Mo — The lineup for the continuing international film series has been announced. Missouri Southern faculty members made the selections this spring and will provide an introduction before each screening. “The Orphanage” (Spain): 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, January 25, Cornell Auditorium at Plaster Hall. Introduction by Dr. Michael Howarth In …

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Bellingham musician Tracy Spring is a woman for all seasons

For many of her songs, Bellingham songwriter and guitarist Tracy Spring draws inspiration from her travels exploring the beauty of the Pacific Northwest with her outdoor photographers Dad and Uncle Bob and Ira Spring. She has fond memories of harmony with her mother and sister during long car journeys. “Particularly …

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Around Livingston for January 26, 2022 | Livingston/Tangipahoa

Spring events are on their way The Livingston Parish Arts Council is taking booth reservations for Spring Fest, scheduled for April 30. Call (225) 664-1168 or visit www.artslivingston.com. The Livingston Parish Literacy and Technology Center will hold its annual car show fundraiser from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on March …

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The Avon High School musicians have teamed up to perform at the Educator Conference Feb. 3-5

AVON, Ohio — Three Avon High School musicians are very excited about their next chance in the spotlight. In fact, you could say they’re jazzed up. Senior Zack Britting, who plays baritone saxophone; junior Anthony Kwasny on trombone; and second Eli Leder, on bass, are among 17 Ohio students selected …

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TASOMACHI: Behind the Twilight gets dates for PS4 and Switch

A date has been revealed for developer Orbital Express’ adventure game TASOMACHI: Behind the Dusk, which is now ready to strike PlayStation 4 and nintendo switch to April 28. While an Xbox One release was originally planned, that release was cancelled. The PC version of TASOMACHI originally launched via To …

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Eddie Van Halen’s parts were “perfectly orchestrated”

By the time Steve Vai crossed paths with David Lee Roth, he had already had a busy career that included working as a teenager with Frank Zappa. Still, Vai found new challenges taking on music written by Eddie Van Halen, which he said was “perfectly orchestrated”. Now that many albums …

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Bands, choirs and night camps allowed

“For a while we had virtually no orchestral ensemble and no choir. Loading “When we started having ensemble groups training again, they were very split into very small age groups, so we couldn’t play together as one big ensemble. It was really sad because a lot of my close friends …

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A cleaner society starts with us

January 14, 2022 LUMBERTON — The NC Cooperative Extension Robeson County Center has scheduled several classes for the months of January and February ranging from crop production and pruning to food safety. 2022 Tri-County Agricultural Production Meetings The extension will host three tri-county agricultural production meetings in 2022 at the …

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Back to the beautiful fury of Sinéad O’Connor

Album covers were once legendary – they could etch the image of a musician forever in your mind. In “Nothing Compares”, Kathryn Ferguson’s incisive and poignant documentary on the life and career of Sinéad O’Connor, we see the image that was chosen in 1987 for the cover of O’Connor’s debut …

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🌱 Nearly $200,000 stolen from PPP funds + Shooting victim crashes car

Hello people of Philadelphia! It’s me again, Dan Casarella, your host for the Philadelphia Daily. First, today’s weather forecast: Rather sunny and cold. Top: 33 Bottom: 22. Rent this space! are you a local business owner or distributor in Philadelphia? We love to feature trusted businesses that can solve problems …

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Fall Line Now Has Late Night Electronic Music

Rein Tahk is the resident DJ at Fall Line Kitchen & Cocktails.Rein Tahk/Courtesy Photo Fall Line Kitchen & Cocktails in Vail Village adds a new option to Bridge Street’s nightlife scene. From now until the end of the ski season, resident DJ Rein Tahk will play original house music sets …

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Listening Club tackles another masterpiece | Culture & Leisure

The hosts of Listening Club, a monthly show from the Wilkinson Public Library, are downright fearless. The breakthrough albums of Erykah Badu, Joni Mitchell, Prince, Tom Petty and the Beatles have all been the subject of heated conversations in previous editions of the “book club for music”. This month’s topic …

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The realistic triumph of Drive My Car

It sounds simple: two people sitting in a car, talking aimlessly, or maybe not saying anything at all. The red vintage Saab that Yūsuke Kafuku (Hidetoshi Nishijima) owns and worships in drive my car provides the main framework for an epic cinematic tale of life, loss, art, and the unexpected …

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Indie’s Choice – The Provincetown Independent

Bleak Midwinter (Thursday, January 20) Mass Audubon continues its “Wonder of Winter” online series with “Weather and Climate” on Thursday, January 20, from 7-8 p.m. Learn more about seasonal weather dynamics and its long-term effects with education specialists Doug Lowry and Lucy Gertz. Registration is $20 at massaudubon.org. 24PearlStreet is …

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Fermanagh united in grief over Ashling Murphy murder

THE PEOPLE of Fermanagh have joined in the outpouring of grief seen across Ireland in recent days following the murder of Tullamore teacher Ashling Murphy. From Belleek to Tempo, from Enniskillen to Roslea, vigils were held across the county this weekend in memory of the talented and much-loved 23-year-old who …

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Jane Siberry and the true definition of ‘art rock’ » LIVING LIFE WITHOUT FEAR

Ok, so there are many who will challenge the credibility of Wikipedia. Yet nowadays, with the possibility that virtually anyone can publish their definitions, there are now a number of them, if not by “real” experts, then those who can be considered one. Thus, whoever worked on the definition of …

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MONDO GROSSO explores the journey of memory in his new single ‘IN THIS WORLD’

MONDO GROSSO is the solo project of the Japanese musician Shinichi Osawa – with another project accompanying the Australian pop artist RHYME — and he’s back with a heartfelt new offering of unexpected and feel-good collaborations that are sure to shake up the music scene. Ahead of the release of …

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Invercargill opera singing teacher speaks six languages ​​and is learning a seventh

Rewi Pene, a teacher at Invercargill School, speaks six languages, is learning a seventh and is an accomplished opera singer. Raised in a Maori-speaking family in the far north, he now passes on his love of languages ​​and music to students at Te Wharekura o Arowhenua Maori School in Invercargill. …

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Azealia Banks, Jeff Tweedy, Kamaal Williams and 40+ artists join Noise Pop ’22 festival lineup // The city’s multi-venue music festival returns to the SF Bay area February 21-27

Image Credit: Noise Pop The Noise Pop Festival is thrilled to announce an expanded music lineup as the San Francisco Bay Area’s premier independent music and arts festival returns for its 29th year February 21-27, 2022. Festival Badges are on sale now and individual concert tickets become available for purchase …

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Guide to adult actors and characters

Cultivated is an ABC comedy spin-off Blackish. The stars of the show Yara Shahidi as Zoey Johnson, Dre’s oldest daughter (Anthony Anderson) and Bo (Tracee Ellis Ross) who is going to study at a local liberal arts college in California. Cultivated tells the story of Zoey’s adventures and struggles with …

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Haynes conducts music for ‘The Color Purple’ production | Lifestyles

Special for T&D Roland Haynes of South Carolina State University is the musical director of The Workshop Theater’s adaptation of the musical “The Color Purple” in Colombia. The Workshop Theater will present the production on stage from January 21 to February 5, 2022 at the Cottingham Theater at Columbia College. …

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Local Piano Students Share Gift of Music During Africana Telethon | Sunday stories

KINGSPORT — Carol Stone Piano Studio students have happily accepted an invitation to perform on Africana Telethon, sponsored by the Brooklyn Music Teachers Guild, Inc. The philanthropic virtual concert series took place on December 5 with donations from the telethon going to the Africana Project, which supports music education in …

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Viennese Winter Ball Cotillon Set | News, Sports, Jobs

WHEELING – The Viennese Winter Ball, a major fundraiser as well as one of the most elegant social events of the season, is due to take place on February 5 at the Glessner Auditorium at Wilson Lodge, Oglebay. Organized by a 17-member committee, the ball generates funds for the Wheeling …

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Bonobo Encapsulates the Ebb and Flow of Collective Consciousness in ‘Fragments’ Album: Listen – EDM.com

Renowned electronic music producer Bonobo unveiled fragments, a new album and a magnum opus in what has been an illustrious career. The highly anticipated disc is his seventh studio album and follows Migration, released five years ago almost till date. One listen to the album is enough to know that …

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Passim School of Music Announces Winter 2022 Semester Including Classes in Songs by Bob Dylan & The Band and Bonnie Raitt

Passim Music School is back with over two dozen classes, including a pair of classes examining the music of Bob Dylan & The Band and Bonnie Raitt. This semester, half of the classes will take place online, while the rest will remain in person. All classes will begin remotely for …

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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 step-by-step ball-changing guide for Peacemaker’s intro choreography

Charissa Barton is an incredibly talented choreographer who has worked for The Grammys, America’s Got Talent, Dragone Productions Le Reve & House of Dancing Water, “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” on Broadway, Lucasfilm Animation, American Ballet Theatre, Dance Camera West, BC Beat, The Juilliard School, co-owns Axis Connect, and has …

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Things to do in Miami: “Renewal 2121” at Artechouse

Upon entering, you are suddenly awash in a sea of ​​vivid pinks, oranges and blues as ambient sounds fill your ears. There’s a sense of sophistication mixed with playfulness, but you can’t really tell the difference between the two. Then you move your body in twisting, jarring motions as you …

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🌱 Westhampton-Hampton Bays Daily: The Legacy of Cory Hubbard + MLK

Hi, Westhampton and Hampton Bays! There are times when, as a journalist in the communities you cover, you have to write about the unthinkable. When Westhampton Beach High School graduate Cory Hubbard died while in college in 2014, hearts were broken. Having known Cory since childhood, mine was too. Today …

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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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Barcelona Fest streamlines for the Times

By Ted PankenIJanuary 11, 2022 Snarky Puppy’s Michael League sports a pandemic era mask during an address at the Barcelona Jazz Festival. (Photo: courtesy Barcelona Jazz Festival Voll-Damm) For its 53rd season, the Voll-Damm Barcelona Jazz Festival has adapted to the economic realities of COVID-19 by reducing its practice of …

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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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Tips for Getting An Online Bad Credit Loans

Tips for Getting An Online Bad Credit Loans

Many bad credit borrowers today do not turn for traditional loans when they require to get money. This is because the chances of getting loans from traditional banks or credit unions are almost nonexistent. Traditional lenders have very strict credit requirements, and applicants who have poor credit scores are typically rejected on …

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Jazz Society Restaffs, Blues Challenge delayed

The Northwest Arkansas Jazz Society, in a press release last week, announced that Graham Stewart has been hired as the new executive director of NAJS, and that founder Robert Ginsburg will assume the role of artistic director. Stewart’s role as executive director will be operational and financial, allowing Ginsburg, as …

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Chuvash Stanzas & Songs, Debut of DIVA Ethno Future Sound

Russian group DIVA Ethno Future Sound released an independent debut album titled “Chuvash Stanzas & Songs”. The band’s music is rooted in the traditions of the Chuvash Republic (also known as Chuvashia) in western Russia. Chuvash stanzas are a type of ancient traditional poetry like Persian rubai, Japanese tanka, or …

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