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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 string quartet in the world” by The Guardian, they are joined by guest Julien Labro on bandoneon for two new commissions for the Takács by Brazilian-American composer Clarice Assad and the winner of a Grammy winner and national rock band guitarist Bryce Dessner for quintet and three of Labro’s own works. The program ends with Ravel’s 1903 String Quartet, the only quartet he ever composed.

The quartet – Edward Dusinberre, violin; Harumi Rhodes, violin; Richard O’Neill, viola; and Andras Fejer, cello – is renowned for the vitality of his interpretations. The Guardian recently commented: “What lives on in the Takacs Quartet, year after year, is how equally the four musicians carry the music”. BBC Music Magazine described his recent recording Dohnanyi with pianist Marc André Hamelin as “totally compelling, encapsulating a huge range of color and texture”. Based in Boulder at the University of Colorado, the Grammy Award-winning ensemble performs eighty concerts a year around the world.Announced as “the next accordion star”, Julien Labro has established himself as the greatest accordion and bandoneon player in the classical and jazz genres. Considered “a triple threat: brilliant technician, poetic melodist and cunning arranger”, his artistry, virtuosity and creativity as a musician, composer and arranger have earned him international acclaim and continue to amaze audiences around the world. . Rob Bailis, Artistic and Executive Director of The Broad Stage, said: “The world famous and incredibly superb Takács Quartet will give us a concert which marks the beginning of a relationship of many years. Viola player Richard O’Neill has just joined the Takács Quartet and was artist-in-residence with us two seasons ago. We look forward to seeing Richard with the Takács again, and having them with us regularly at The Broad Stage will be absolutely wonderful. O’Neill won the 2020 Grammy Award for Classical Instrumental Solo. Santa Monica CA 90401, beginning three hours before the performance.Over the past year, the Takács Quartet has marked the arrival of Grammy Award-winning violist Richard O’Neill by making two new recordings for Hyperion. The quartets by Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel and Felix Mendelssohn will be released in the fall of 2021, followed in 2022 by a disc by Haydn’s opp. 42, 77 and 103. The Takács Quartet was formed in 1975 at the Franz Liszt Academy in Budapest by Gabor Takács-Nagy, Károly Schranz, Gabor Ormai and András Fejér, when they were all four students. It first came to international attention in 1977, winning first prize and the Critics’ Prize at the International String Quartet Competition in Evian, France. The Quartet also won the gold medal at the Portsmouth and Bordeaux Competitions in 1978 and first prizes at the Budapest International String Quartet Competition in 1978 and the Bratislava Competition in 1981. The Quartet made their first northern tour -American in 1982. In 2001, members of The Takács Quartet were awarded the Order of Merit of the Knight’s Cross by the Republic of Hungary and, in March 2011, the Order of Merit of the Commander’s Cross by the President of the Republic of Hungary.The Takács Quartet continues its role in 2021-2022 as Associate Artists at London’s Wigmore Hall, performing four concerts there this season. In addition to numerous concerts in the UK, the ensemble will play in prestigious European venues, including the Philharmonie de Paris, the Konzerthaus in Berlin and the Teatro Della Pergola in Florence. The Takács will perform throughout North America, including concerts in New York, Boston, Washington DC, Princeton, Ann Arbor, Berkeley, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Vancouver, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Cleveland and Portland. In June 2020, the Takács Quartet was featured in the BBC television series Being Beethoven. The 2019 CD by Amy Beach and Elgar’s Ensemble for Hyperion of piano quintets, featuring pianist Garrick Ohlsson, won a Presto Classical Recording of the Year. In 2014, the Takács became the first string quartet to be awarded the Wigmore Hall Medal. The Medal, inaugurated in 2007, recognizes major international artists who have a strong association with the Hall. Recipients include Andras Schiff, Thomas Quasthoff, Menahem Pressler and Dame Felicity Lott. In 2012,Gramophone announced the Takács as the first string quartet to be inducted into its Hall of Fame, featuring legendary artists such as Jascha Heifetz, Leonard Bernstein and Dame Janet Baker. The ensemble also won the 2011 Prize for Chamber Music and Voice presented by the Royal Philharmonic Society of London. The Takács Quartet is known for its innovative programming. The ensemble performed a program inspired by Philip Roth’s novel Everyman with Meryl Streep at Princeton in 2014, then again with her at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto in 2015. They performed Everyman for the first time at Carnegie Hall in 2007 with Philip Seymour Hoffman. They have visited 14 cities with the poet Robert Pinsky, collaborate regularly with the Hungarian folk group Muzsikas, and in 2010 they collaborated with the Colorado Shakespeare Festival and David Lawrence Morse on a drama project that explores the composition of Beethoven’s late quartets. The Takács Quartet records for Hyperion Records. The ensemble recently won a 2021 Gramophone Classical Music Award in the Chamber category for their recording of the Amy Beach and Elgar Quintets with pianist Garrick Ohlsson. Their discs for Hyperion include string quartets by Haydn, Schubert, Janáček, Smetana, Debussy and Britten, as well as piano quintets by César Franck and Shostakovich (with Marc-André Hamelin), viola quintets by Brahms and Dvorák ( with Lawrence Power). For their CDs on the Decca/London label, the Quartet won three Gramophone Awards, a Grammy Award, three Japanese Record Academy Awards, Disc of the Year at the first BBC Music Magazine Awards and Ensemble Album of the Year at the Classical Brits. .Based in Boulder at the University of Colorado, members of the Takács Quartet are on the Christoffersen faculty. The Quartet helped develop a string program with a particular emphasis on chamber music, where students work in a stimulating environment designed to help them develop their craft. Through the university, two of the quartet members benefit from the generous loan of instruments from the Drake Instrument Foundation. Members of the Takács are on the faculty of the Music Academy of the West in Santa Barbara, where they conduct an intensive summer string quartet seminar, and are invited to the Guildhall School of Music in London. ]]> Today in History | Story https://tadasei.com/today-in-history-story/ Mon, 21 Feb 2022 17:38:00 +0000 https://tadasei.com/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 this date :

In 1685, the composer George Frideric Handel was born in present-day Germany.

In 1822 Boston obtained a charter to incorporate as a city.

In 1836, the Alamo’s headquarters began in San Antonio, Texas.

In 1861, President-elect Abraham Lincoln secretly arrived in Washington to take office, after hearing of a possible assassination plot in Baltimore.

In 1903, President Theodore Roosevelt signed an agreement with Cuba to lease the area around Guantanamo Bay to the United States.

In 1942, the first bombing of the American continent during World War II occurred when a Japanese submarine fired on an oil refinery near Santa Barbara, California, causing little damage.

In 1945, during World War II, U.S. Marines from Iwo Jima captured Mount Suribachi, where they raised two American flags (the second flag raising was captured in the iconic Associated Press photograph.)

In 1998, 42 people were killed, some 2,600 homes and businesses were damaged or destroyed by tornadoes in central Florida.

In 2007, a Mississippi grand jury declined to bring new charges in the 1955 murder of Emmett Till, the black teenager who was beaten and shot after being accused of whistling a white woman, refusing to charge the woman, Carolyn Bryant Donham, with manslaughter.

In 2011, in a major policy shift, the Obama administration declared that it would no longer defend the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act, a federal law banning the recognition of same-sex marriage.

In 2013, around 30 NASCAR fans were injured when rookie Kyle Larson’s car crashed into the fence at Daytona International Speedway, and large chunks of debris flew into the stands.

In 2020, Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old black man, was fatally shot on a residential street in Georgia; a white father and son had armed themselves and chased him after seeing him running through their neighborhood. (Greg and Travis McMichael and neighbor William “Roddie” Bryan were convicted of murder, aggravated assault and other counts and were sentenced to life in prison.)

Ten years ago: President Barack Obama, speaking in Miami, sought to confront public concern over rising gas prices as he encouraged the expansion of oil exploration and national gas, as well as the development of new forms of energy.

Five years ago: Seeking to assuage growing unease in Latin America, President Donald Trump’s Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly promised during a visit to Mexico City that the United States would not draft in its military to enforce immigration laws and that there would be “no mass deportations.”

A year ago: Capitol security officials at the time of the Jan. 6 riot told lawmakers that missed intelligence was to blame for the failure to anticipate the violent crowd. Golfer Tiger Woods was seriously injured when his SUV crashed into a median and overturned several times on a steep road in suburban Los Angeles.

Today’s birthdays: Professional and College Football Hall of Famer Fred Biletnikoff turns 79. Author John Sandford is 78 years old. Actor Patricia Richardson is 71 years old. Former NFL player Ed “Too Tall” Jones is 71. Rock musician Brad Whitford (Aerosmith) is 70 years old. Howard Jones is 67 years old. Rock musician Michael Wilton (Queensryche) is 60 years old. Country singer Dusty Drake is 58. Actor Kristin Davis is 57 years old. Former tennis player Helena Sukova is 57 years old. Actor Marc Price is 54 years old. TV personality/businessman Daymond John (TV: “Shark Tank”) is 53 years old. Actor Niecy Nash is 52 years old. Rock musician Jeff Beres (Sister Hazel) is 51 years old. Country singer Steve Holy is 50 years old. Rock musician Lasse (lost) Johansson (The Cardigans) is 49. composer Robert Lopez is 47 years old. Actor Kelly Macdonald is 46 years old. The rapper Residente (Calle 13) is 44 years old. Actor Josh Gad is 41 years old. Actor Emily Blunt is 39 years old. Actor Aziz Ansari is 39 years old. 36. Actor Dakota Fanning is 28 years old.

Covid News: NYC Anime Convention Wasn’t an Omicron Superspreader Event, CDC Study Finds https://tadasei.com/covid-news-nyc-anime-convention-wasnt-an-omicron-superspreader-event-cdc-study-finds/ Fri, 18 Feb 2022 10:30:00 +0000 https://tadasei.com/covid-news-nyc-anime-convention-wasnt-an-omicron-superspreader-event-cdc-study-finds/

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 phase” pandemic playbook for the most populous U.S. state that will treat the coronavirus as a manageable risk that “will stick with us for a while, if not forever.” , rather than an emergency.

The plan, which includes steps to promote vaccines, stockpile medical supplies and mount an aggressive assault on misinformation, will be a new chapter in the response to the coronavirus, which has infected at least one in five Californians and claimed the lives of more of 83,000 states. residents.

It’s also an acknowledgment that “we’re going to live with this,” Gov. Gavin Newsom said in an interview ahead of the announcement.

“We’re not in the denial hell that has been the last two years,” he said. But, he added, “It’s not like World War II, where we can have a ticker tape parade and announce the end.”

A towering spike in new coronavirus cases caused by the Omicron variant peaked in the state in mid-January and has since receded, leaving the daily average roughly where it was at the end of last summer, at about 25,000 new cases per day. The disappearance of the outbreak was seen as a signal to ease restrictions across the country.

Earlier this week, Newsom eased California’s indoor mask requirements for those vaccinated, and state health officials said they would review school mask mandates at the end of the month of February. Los Angeles County lifted its outdoor mask mandate, Disneyland and other companies relaxed their mask rules for vaccinated people, and music festivals Coachella and Stagecoach announced they would not require attendees wear masks, get vaccinated or take a test when the events take place this spring.

California’s new vision for the virus, outlined in a briefing by the state’s top health official, Dr. Mark Ghaly, will continue to emphasize vaccines and boosters, with extensions to school-based vaccinations, preparations to vaccinate children under 5 when they become eligible, and the potential reassessment of vaccine needs to take into account the possibility of some natural immunity against previous infection, among other targets. Scientists have warned that protection may diminish over time and that future variants may better circumvent defenses.

Mask requirements would be relaxed or tightened as needed, depending on the severity and trajectory of infections, according to the new plan. Strategic stocks would be modernized and strengthened.

The plan would expand sewage monitoring testing and genomic sequencing; expanding access to Covid-19 treatments; and creating a special office of community partnerships that would send hundreds of workers into immigrant, disadvantaged and hard-to-reach communities to fight misinformation and provide access to care.

The governor said that for now, the state will continue to operate under emergency clearance, allowing health officials to act quickly in the event of a further outbreak. But he said his goal was to lift the state of emergency as soon as possible.

Other priorities would include addressing labor shortages in hospitals and nursing homes, studying the effect of the virus on communities, expanding the use of smartphone technology to alert people to possible exposure to the virus; and provide incentives for innovations in air testing and filtration.

Although 70% of state residents have been fully vaccinated, that’s a long way from reaching “herd immunity,” a level where so few people remain vulnerable to the virus that it can’t spread easily. Most experts believe that herd immunity against the coronavirus is now most likely out of reach.

Statewide surveys show that Californians generally support the governor’s pandemic policies, which have limited Covid deaths to a rate per capita significantly lower than in Florida, Texas or all of the states. United States.

But public patience has frayed since Mr Newsom announced the country’s first stay-at-home order of 2020, triggering a wave of restrictions. A local recall election, fueled by anger over pandemic rules and amplified by misinformation, has placed members of a far-right militia under the apparent control of the Board of Supervisors in rural Shasta County. And a poll released this week by the Institute for Government Studies at the University of California, Berkeley found Mr Newsom’s overall approval rating had slipped to 48% now, from 64% in 2020.

“Right now we’re really anxious,” Mr Newsom said. “Many of us are suspicious. And that affects us deeply throughout our existence, not just this pandemic.

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 https://tadasei.com/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/ Sat, 05 Feb 2022 17:41:24 +0000 https://tadasei.com/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, the Lake Placid Winter Olympics brought together 1,072 athletes from 37 countries to compete in 38 official events in February 1980.

Opening Ceremony photo courtesy of Lake Placid Olympic Venues

The games also featured a theme song, in the form of “Give it All You Got” by Rochester jazz legend Chuck Mangione, a track released a week before the games, which would chart as high as #1 on the Adult Contemporary, #18 on the Billboard 100 and #32 on the R&B chart, and recently nominated by Billboard as the #1 Olympics theme song of all time. “Give it All You Got” was Mangione’s second single to reach No. 1 on the Adult Contemporary chart, after “Feels So Good” achieved the feat in 1978.

Roone Arledge, then president of ABC Sports, asked Mangione to create a song for the Winter Olympics. ABC had used Mangione’s recordings, including “Chase The Clouds Away,” four years earlier during their coverage of the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal. With a line-up of Charles Meks (bass), James Bradley Jr. (drums), Grant Geissman (guitar) and Chris Vadalla (saxophone), Mangione, America’s most famous flugelhorn, penned the Grammy-nominated song for his 1979 album. Fun and games.

Richard Chalen wrote in 2020 about “Give It All You Got”:

This is jazz fusion at its most energetic and purest form, the TV version of “gritty”. Mangione and saxophonist Chris Vadala steal the theme back and forth for nearly half of the track’s six minutes, content to let that upbeat melody do most of the work. There is inspired composition beneath the surface: the way the chord structure continues to dance between major and minor, the points where flugelhorn and sax each converge in twin harmony. Add Charles Meeks’ slick bassline and Geissman’s Nile-Rodgers-style rhythm work, and you’ve got the perfect soundtrack for cruising Los Angeles in a 1974 Stingray convertible.

Mangione told Wesley Hyatt for his 1999 book The Billboard Book of No. 1 Adult Contemporary Hits on the process of composing music for the instrumental, saying:

(my) vision was to think about athletes and their efforts to do their best now. They give everything they have. And we could almost be like the athletes because we could also perform the song at the ceremonies.

“Give It All You Got” was nominated for Best Instrumental Composition at the 1981 Grammy Awards, losing to John Williams’ score for The Empire Strikes Back.

Mangione would perform “Give it All You Got” live during the closing ceremony of the Winter Olympics (along with the song “Pina Colada”) on Sunday, February 24, 1980, just hours after the victory of the gold medal in hockey for the American team. on Finland with the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra of Ontario, Canada.

In addition to Mangione, the crane school of music at SUNY Potsdam also contributed to the Winter Olympics in Lake Placid. A 600-member Olympic choir and orchestra, a 50-member wind ensemble and three Olympic orchestras of 50 members each, who were bussed daily and wore weather-appropriate parkas and boots, instead of tuxedos and typical dresses. Brass players tested their instruments in the meat freezer at the local Potsdam supermarket as they prepared for the Games.

1980 Winter Olympics
photo by Christopher Leney

On February 9, 1980, the Collegiate Singers, led by Brock McElheran, were performing for the International Olympic Committee, along with visiting dignitaries from participating nations.

1980 Winter Olympics
photo via Crane School of Music

Four Crane School of Music faculty members composed original works for the Olympics, including Elliot Del Borgo, Arthur Frackenpohl, William Maul and Robert Washburn. When the American gold medalists, including speed skater Eric Heiden, received their medals, they were accompanied by an arrangement of the “Star Spangled Banner” by Frackenpohl, who also arranged the Greek and Yugoslav national anthems. Washburn composed “Parade of Nations” for the opening ceremonies, while Del Borgo wrote the closing song, “When Dreams Are Dreamed and Dreams Are Won”, and Maul composed “March of the Athletes” , used for closing ceremonies.

photo via Crane School of Music

Crane School bands would provide music for the awards ceremonies each evening, with Emeritus Professor Rebekah Covell leading the Crane Symphonic Band for 14 performances over 14 days. With an added degree of difficulty, Covell and the musicians often had less than an hour to rehearse the national anthems needed for medal ceremonies, before performing the songs outdoors, often in freezing temperatures. Notably, Robert Mero, a former technical assistant at Crane, came out of retirement to help musicians with technical services during the Games, for Robert Gibbsprofessor and member emeritus of the Crane School alumni council.

Between Chuck Mangione and the students and faculty at the Crane School of Music, all of the music from the 1980 Winter Olympics can be traced to talented New Yorkers born and/or raised. This is the Winter Olympics return in Lake Placid in the years to come, possibly shared with Montreal.

Dilts Named New General Manager of Franklin Theater | Brentwood homepage https://tadasei.com/dilts-named-new-general-manager-of-franklin-theater-brentwood-homepage/ Wed, 02 Feb 2022 15:54:00 +0000 https://tadasei.com/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 at Franklin Theater and the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County,” said Dilts. “This opportunity to preserve the legacy of the Franklin Theater and help carry it forward into the future is remarkable. It is truly a gem for the entire region, and I look forward to preserving this historic building, developing community relations and to welcome new and returning guests into our doors for powerful performing arts experiences.

Most recently, Dilts was the executive director of the Nashville Jazz Workshop, a venerable nonprofit music education institution with its own jazz concert hall in North Nashville, according to a statement.

During his tenure, he led the organization through all phases of its operations, building on its reputation as a jazz broadcaster, music education institution and community partner. Dilts has a long history in music, finance, fundraising and economic development.

A Bachelor of Arts in Music Business from the Southern Illinois University-Carbondale School of Music, he served as president and CEO of a Los Angeles-based home entertainment company; the president of a Los Angeles-based optical media technology company; a co-founder of a boutique production company; the director of an Illinois-based business incubator; and advisor at Morgan Stanley.

Additionally, he has held leadership positions in various non-profit organizations.

“It’s a very exciting day for the entire community as Eric assumes leadership of the treasured and historic ‘main street gem,'” commented Bari Beasley, President and CEO of the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County. “His expert management skills on display at the Nashville Jazz Workshop—another stellar cultural arts nonprofit in central Tennessee—will no doubt help further the Franklin Theater’s mission of providing arts experiences. world-class entertainment to various Williamson County residents and visitors.”

Dilts begins in her role on February 9.

Today in History | Health and fitness https://tadasei.com/today-in-history-health-and-fitness/ Tue, 01 Feb 2022 05:00:06 +0000 https://tadasei.com/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.

In 1790, the Supreme Court of the United States met for the first time in New York. (However, since only three of the six judges were present, the court adjourned until the following day.)

In 1862, “The Battle Hymn of the Republic”, a poem by Julia Ward Howe, was published in the Atlantic Monthly.

In 1865, abolitionist John S. Rock became the first black attorney called to the bar of the United States Supreme Court.

In 1943, during World War II, one of the most decorated American military units, the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, composed almost exclusively of Japanese-Americans, was authorized.

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In 1959, men in Switzerland refused to give women the right to vote by a referendum margin of more than 2 to 1. (Swiss women won the right to vote in 1971.)

In 1979, Iranian religious leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini (hoh-MAY’-nee) received a stormy reception in Tehran as he ended nearly 15 years in exile.

In 1991, 34 people were killed when an arriving USAir jetliner crashed atop a commuter plane on a runway at Los Angeles International Airport.

In 1994 Jeff Gillooly, ex-husband of Tonya Harding, pleaded guilty in Portland, Oregon, to racketeering for his part in the attack on figure skater Nancy Kerrigan in exchange for a 24-month sentence (he ended up serving six months) and a $100,000 Fine.

In 2003, the space shuttle Columbia broke up during reentry, killing all seven of its crew: Commander Rick Husband; pilot William McCool; Payload Commander Michael Anderson; Mission Specialists Kalpana Chawla, David Brown and Laurel Clark; and payload specialist Ilan Ramon (ee-LAHN’ rah-MOHN’), the first Israeli in space.

In 2011, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak announced he would not run for another term in the September elections, but rejected protesters’ demands to resign immediately and leave the country, after a dramatic day in which a quarter of a million Egyptians staged their biggest protest yet. inviting him to leave.

In 2016, the World Health Organization declared a global emergency over the explosive spread of the Zika virus, which was linked to birth defects in the Americas, calling it an “extraordinary event” that posed a health threat. public in other parts of the world.

In 2020, as China’s death toll from the novel coronavirus rose to 259, Beijing criticized Washington’s order barring entry to most foreigners who had visited China in the past two weeks. A World Health Organization official said governments must prepare for “national epidemic control”.

Ten years ago: Facebook, the social network on the Internet, announced its intention to go public with a stock offering. Don Cornelius, 74, creator of “Soul Train”, died in Los Angeles from an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound. Boxing trainer Angelo Dundee has died in Tampa, Florida at the age of 90.

Five years ago: The Republican-controlled Senate confirmed Rex Tillerson, 56-43, as US Secretary of State. A nearly 20-hour hostage situation began in Delaware when inmates at the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center seized four staff members; a guard was killed, two hostages freed before the authorities put down the uprising and rescued the remaining captive. Violence and riots at the University of California, Berkeley forced the cancellation of a speech by right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos.

A year ago, Myanmar’s military staged a coup and arrested its government’s civilian leaders, including Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi. A sprawling, heavy winter storm has battered the eastern United States, shutting down coronavirus vaccination sites, closing schools and disrupting public transportation. The US government has said it will not make arrests of immigration officers at coronavirus vaccination sites across the country. Former AFL-CIO President John Sweeney has died aged 86 at his Washington-area home. Actor Dustin Diamond, better known as ‘Screech’ on the 90s sitcom ‘Saved by the Bell’, has died after a three-week battle with cancer.

Today’s birthdays: Actor Garrett Morris turns 85. Bluegrass singer Del McCoury is 83 years old. Television personality and singer Joy Philbin is 81 years old. Political commentator Fred Barnes is 79. Rock musician Mike Campbell (Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers) is 72. Blues singer-musician Sonny Landreth is 71 years old. Actor-writer-producer Bill Mumy (MOO’-mee) is 68. Rock singer Exene Cervenka is 66 years old. Actor Linus Roache is 58 years old. Princess Stephanie of Monaco is 57 years old. Actress Sherilyn Fenn is 57 years old. Lisa Marie Presley is 54 years old. Comedian-actor Pauly Shore is 54 years old. Actor Brian Krause is 53 years old. Jazz musician Joshua Redman is 53 years old. Rock musician Patrick Wilson (Weezer) is 53 years old. Actor Michael C. Hall is 51 years old. Rock musician Ron Welty is 51 years old. Big Boi (Outkast) is 47 years old. Roots rocker Jason Isbell is 43 years old. Country singer Julie Roberts is 43 years old. Singer-rock musician Andrew VanWyngarden is 39 years old. TV personality Lauren Conrad is 36 years old. Actress-singer Heather Morris is 35 years old. Artist Ronda Rousey is 35 years old. Rock singer Harry Styles (One Direction) is 28 years old.

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Fall Line Now Has Late Night Electronic Music https://tadasei.com/fall-line-now-has-late-night-electronic-music/ Fri, 21 Jan 2022 16:42:35 +0000 https://tadasei.com/fall-line-now-has-late-night-electronic-music/

Rein Tahk is the resident DJ at Fall Line Kitchen & Cocktails.
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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 every Friday from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m., along with other electronic and dance artists who will perform on Saturday evening.

The new lineup is led by Fall Line Assistant Manager and Events Coordinator Hayley Banks, who is thrilled to support the emergence of younger music trends in Vail.

“Part of these Friday and Saturday DJ nights is just bringing the fun back to Vail and providing something for the younger crowd,” Banks said. “I grew up in South Florida, and they have such a great nightlife, and I really think the industry folks in Vail kind of need this outing at the end of a long week. . They can come in and just have a place to let loose and dance, and that’s what we’re trying to create here, as well as give those more upscale customers something different to look forward to for a late night scene .

The basis of this new musical offering is the addition of an in-house DJ residency, which this season will be occupied by Los Angeles-based producer and multi-instrumentalist Rein Tahk. Tahk, born as Granger Whitelaw, has come to the Vail Valley throughout his life and is no stranger to the Bridge Street scenes.

“My mom would leave me with Phil Long on stage at the Red Lion and go for a run,” Tahk said. “I grew up playing guitar at the Red Lion and him letting me play a few songs and being a fan of Dave Tucker’s music. I have always enjoyed this aspect of performance and intend to incorporate it into my set.

Tahk has been a full-time producer in Los Angeles for four years and recently studied at the Icon Collective music school. He specializes in house and EDM music and creates sets meant to get people moving and dancing.

“I tend to increase my energy, more and more, so eventually we hit 128, or sometimes even 130, BPM (beats per minute) and walk into a tech house,” Tahk said. “I tend to focus on raising the energy. I work with the crowd, I see what’s going on, I pay attention.

With a week between each show, he also has the possibility of adapting his decorations to the appetite of the public.

“People come to me and tell me what they want to hear, so I take their ideas,” Tahk said. “I will go home that week and do some remixes so I can come back and give them what they want, but with my own vision.”

Audience members can also expect to hear a number of original compositions that will bring the cutting edge of emerging house music to Vail.

“I bring new content to every show, and a lot of stuff that’s unreleased so people can’t hear it until it’s aired around the world,” Tahk said. “Not just my own stuff, but some of the artists I’m close with who are on the rise.”

Banks said bringing Tahk in for a DJ residency lays the groundwork for introducing more dance, house and electronic music artists to Fall Line and Vail in general.

“He’s really trying to create a music culture in Vail with house music and all the local DJs, and that’s my exact intention as well,” Banks said. “I try to get all the DJs I hire together to create more music, almost following in Austin Gavlak’s footsteps with Powabunga.”

In addition to Tahk’s weekly shows, Fall Line has a number of artists lined up for the month of February. On Saturday, February 5, DLMT and Ryan Shepherd perform at Fall Line as the second leg of their Back2Back National Tour. Together, the two have racked up over 80 million streams on Spotify and topped national dance charts with their recent releases.

DLMT and Ryan Shepherd perform at Fall Line on Saturday, February 5.
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The following Saturday, DJ Chris Cauldron – who performed at the Powabunga Music Festival in December – will return to Vail to play Fall Line. The last week of February, DJ Cold Case and Casey Alberth will perform on Friday February 25th and Tahk will play this Saturday.

Banks said Fall Line is working to book more artists over the course of the season and will continue to support the emerging electronic music scene in the Valley.

“I think it’s stagnating a bit, the music scene here, and I just think there’s going to be a flurry of new music coming to Vail in general,” Banks said. “It’s exciting.”

For the latest information on upcoming performances, follow @falllinekitchen on Instagram or visit falllinevail.com.

The realistic triumph of Drive My Car https://tadasei.com/the-realistic-triumph-of-drive-my-car/ Thu, 20 Jan 2022 15:00:43 +0000 https://tadasei.com/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 connections that bind tragedies and triumphs. The bright color and narrow interior of the car keeps us focused on the drama inside. There is no problem.

Or at least it appears that way. In reality, this car was moving, not yet in the studio or towed, as most films would be. Getting the cameras in the right position took hours with each setup. Director Ryūsuke Hamaguchi crouched in the trunk of the car with his tape recorder, listening to every beat of the jack, scribbling notes. Scenes were dozens of pages long, with difficult technical logistics causing frequent interruptions. But they went through it, then started all over again. “Hamaguchi would come out of the trunk looking incredibly happy every time, Nishijima said with a laugh. “Then he would say ‘Oh, wonderful. Let’s do it one more time’ – and he’d come back and spend another 10, 20 minutes in there.

So goes the rigorous commitment of drive my car. The three-hour Japanese film, adapted from a Haruki Murakami short story, balances airy naturalism with extraordinary detail, a testament to its finely tuned craftsmanship. Every element feels in perfect harmony, from its subtle performance to its layered script.

For those who have seen the film, it’s no wonder it became the arthouse toast of awards season. drive my car came quietly after winning a screenplay award on its Cannes debut last summer, but went on to sweep American critics’ awards – voters in New York, Los Angeles, Boston and the National Society of Film Critics all named it the best film of 2021. Currently playing in select US theaters, it is Japan’s nomination for the Oscar for best international feature film, and has real potential to shake up the season of movies. awards, even beyond this category. It beautifully tells a universal story, just as the Oscars are going more global than ever.

“My films, in the past, have never been accepted in this way,” says Hamaguchi, who made his feature film debut while still in college with Solaris, in 2007. “People are able to see it and say, ‘This is about me too. “”

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drive my car is breezy and unpredictable, propelled by dialogue as its hero navigates grief, regret, and ultimately some kind of rebirth. Hamaguchi opens the film about Yūsuke and his wife, Oto (Reika Kirishima). Both are storytellers—he is a theater director; she’s a screenwriter, and their lives, intimately captured in the film’s opening sequences, seem sexually and romantically fulfilling. He is also haunted by the death, before the film begins, of their 4-year-old daughter, and later by Oto’s infidelity. However, this is all kind of an extended prologue, punctuated by Oto’s shocking death at the start of the film. The story then takes place two years later, with Yūsuke away from his home in Hiroshima, where he is about to direct a production of Uncle Vanya, by Russian playwright Anton Chekhov. Against his will, Misaki (Toko Miura), a quiet young woman who takes the helm of her beloved red Saab, is named as her driver. It turns out occupying such a sacred space means that “pilot” is the least of the roles she will continue to play here.

Hamaguchi and co-author Takamasa Oe broadly flesh out Murakami’s story, which ranks among the least surreal in its catalog, by borrowing from other plays by the author, particularly via the opening and the end. The way the characters interact informs the film’s visual and emotional language, and on a higher level, its planes of reality begin to blur. We get long scenes of table reads and rehearsals, the texts of Vania and Auto anything but fusion.

A meta statement about the power of storytelling – art imitating life – emerges in the narrative. “Fiction is a very important part of life, and I’ve had that feeling with more confirmation as I’ve made more films,” says Hamaguchi, who was inspired by John’s films. Cassavetes like Opening night. “Living in the society we live in today, some things just don’t show up unless they’re expressed through fiction.”

“At the beginning, Hamaguchui said to me: ‘I want to edit this film as a documentary'”, says the publisher Azusa Yamazaki. She worked with the director on several films, but never quite like this one – shots weren’t planned out as usual, but captured from multiple angles, an exploratory process that led to continued discovery in the editing room. “There were so many possibilities,” Yamazaki continues. Finding the story of this three-hour journey meant determining, cut by cut, which faces to focus on, which lines to emphasize, and so on.

Eiko Ishibashi, the musician whose drive my car score is only his second for a feature film, adds, “The script itself felt like a great epic poem, in many ways steeped in many human stories. It was as if I was making music to this kind of poem.

The more toned drive my carMisaki’s attention shifts almost imperceptibly over time, granting Misaki more and more agency. In her early scenes facing Yūsuke, before she drives for the first time, she “doesn’t feel quite human, doesn’t show her emotions in the same way”, Yamazaki says. (There’s a line in Murakami’s story that notes that she didn’t speak for nearly a month.) But we learn more about this character — her own experiences of loss in her family — in a gradual turn that opens the whole film. “I was waiting for them to come to a place where they could talk about something important to them,” Hamaguchi says. “I had this feeling as I was writing that she grew as a character, as I added more ideas around her background and developed more of her story. Eventually, she became almost like a protagonist of the film.

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“Let’s be conspiratorial together,” Nishijima told Hamaguchi at the start of their working relationship. There’s a method to madness: just like the expressions of Murakami, Chekhov and Hamaguchi overlap throughout drive my car, star Nishijima’s experiences often mirrored those of his director. “Hamaguchi has told me many times that I have the power to look,” Nishijima tells me. “He told me that I should be on set as a director watching the other performers – he kept saying that by making me watch the other actors, they would work miracles.”

“What he does is really listen and observe,” adds Hamaguchi. “He acts in the sense of acting as a theater manager, but he’s also in these scenes watching the performances of the other actors. In a way, the position he’s in allows him to stand much closer to the other performers than myself.

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 https://tadasei.com/azealia-banks-jeff-tweedy-kamaal-williams-and-40-artists-join-noise-pop-22-festival-lineup-the-citys-multi-venue-music-festival-returns-to-the-sf-bay-area-february-21-27/ Mon, 17 Jan 2022 00:32:44 +0000 https://tadasei.com/azealia-banks-jeff-tweedy-kamaal-williams-and-40-artists-join-noise-pop-22-festival-lineup-the-citys-multi-venue-music-festival-returns-to-the-sf-bay-area-february-21-27/

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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 this Friday, January 14 at 10 a.m. PT at www.noisepopfest.com.

After previously announcing over 40 acts to the 2022 lineup earlier this fall, local festival organizers have returned with even more exciting emerging and underground artists locked in to perform as well as some of the most sought-after musicians on tour today. . Notable headliners from the initial musical lineup included intimate sets from Alex G and Dorian Electra; plus local Bay Area artists like King Woman and Papercuts; and several additional memorable shows, including The Microphones’ first performance in the Bay Area in 20 years, Titus Andronicus celebrating The Monitor’s (belated) 10th anniversary and The Drums performing their classic album Portamento.

New musical additions revealed today include a headliner from legendary singer/songwriter Jeff Tweedy of the band Wilco, who will perform at The Fillmore to kick off the week-long celebration of music on Monday February 21; as well as often outspoken and internationally renowned host Azealia Banks, who will help bring the 2022 Festival to a close on Sunday night. This concert is preceded by a special afternoon event on the same Sunday, February 27 featuring Tommy Guerrero, accomplished skateboarder and music producer from San Francisco, who will host an afternoon barbecue while performing a show on Sunday morning.

Other additions include beloved British producer and musician Kamaal Williams, who recently performed in SF at the 2019 Noise Pop Festival; Los Angeles-based pianist and producer John Carroll Kirby, who is perhaps best known for his work supporting superstars like Frank Ocean, Solange, Norah Jones and Miley Cyrus; Lil Mariko, the queen of Chinese-Japanese-American hyperpop memes; synth pop singer and producer Uffie; rising Atlanta rapper Bali Baby; and Los Angeles-based electronic producer Lara Sarkissian, who is also the founder of one of Oakland’s most beloved music collectives called Club Chai; as well as several other acts with Bay Area ties such as Lalin St. Juste, Experimental Housewife, Boy Scouts and Provoker.

Several international artists have also been tapped to perform at next year’s festival, each of them performing for the very first time in the SF Bay Area. These artists include Scottish-Irish experimenter Sega Bodega who have just released their first two albums in consecutive years to critical acclaim; Lastlings, an Australian electronic pop duo, led by siblings Amy and Josh Dowdle; Brazilian-Norwegian jazz singer/songwriter Charlotte Dos Santos; and Montreal-based electroacoustic multi-instrumentalist Ouri, who opens for Arooj Aftab, a Pakistani-born singer and songwriter currently nominated for Best New Artist and Best Global Music Performance at the 2022 GRAMMY Awards.

Noise Pop will also soon host the first North American festival of HE.SHE.THEY. Saturday, February 26 at Public Works. HE SHE THEY. is an international event series, fashion house and record label with diversity and inclusion in the DNA of everything it does with the belief that through representation, spaces can and should be made welcoming to people of all races, sexualities, gender identities and beyond. Artists at the 2022 festival include VTSS, LSDXOXO and India Jordan, although former guest DJs at their parties have included Maya Jane Coles, Honey Dijon and Ellen Allien, as the event has taken over spaces around the world, from Berlin to Mumbai and everywhere in between. .

Following the success of past collaborations, Noise Pop has also teamed up again with SFJAZZ to host an intimate concert series from February 24-27 inside the Joe Henderson Lab. Performers will include jazz pianists Connie Han and The Damani Rhodes Experience, as well as Oakland’s own jazz singer, Valerie Troutt. SFJAZZ and festival organizers are also working together to co-present a special concert featuring performances by Moor Mother and Irreversible Entanglements at The New Parish in Oakland on Wednesday, February 23.

Set to become one of the Festival’s most diverse and discovery-focused music lineups to date, the current 2022 lineup is listed below and available online at www.noisepopfest.com:

Azealia Banks ****

Jeff Tweedy****

Alex G.

The drums (portamento interpretation)

Dorien Electre

King Woman

The microphones

Kamal Williams ****




Titus Andronicus (performing the Monitor)


Arooj Aftab

Tommy Guerrero ****

Sega Bodega ****

Guillaume Basinski

Last ****

Hand habits

Moorish mother

Alice Phoebe Lou

Makaya McCraven

Nate Smith + KINFOLK

Irreversible entanglements

Baby Bali ****



John Carroll Kirby ****

Charlotte Dos Santos****



India Jordan

Ian Sweet

Topaz Jones

Partiboi69 ****

Lil Mariko ****


The welcoming committee

Lalin St Just ****

Rituals of Mine (DJ Set) ****

Lara Sarkissian ****


Experimental Housewife ****

space ghost ****

Chuck Gunn****

Scouts (Solo)****


naked giants

cut papers

Debit ****

Foie gras ****

Connie Han****


Tipling Rock

Valerie Trout ****

The Damani Rhodes Experience ****

Hello yello

Provocative ****

BOAN ****

spiritual cramp

Blues Lawyer****


Yes ****

Tyler Holmes****


Piano rain ****

Double body ****

My heart an inverted flame ****

The Acharis ****

Toning ****

DJ Aaron Axelsen****

Sister Widows ****

Maggie gently ****

Tour of Death ****

The Undercurrent ****

Oh the danger! ****

Buzzing light beer ****

Sarchasm ****

Carillon School ****

sweat ****



OSTON ****

Faten Kanan


Maria BC ****

Rare Opportunities ****

Ray and Paul Holmberg****


A very limited number of festival badges remain on sale for just $199, although tickets for the newly announced individual concerts will be available for purchase beginning Friday, January 14 at 10 a.m. PT via www.noisepopfest.com. All badges provide access to all general admission music concerts (seating not reserved), badge-only happy hours and some very special events to be announced, as well as all film screenings throughout the festival. ‘one week.

In just a few short weeks, the Noise Pop Festival will soon transform the greater SF Bay Area into a vast festival ground once again as several events take place every night over the course of a week, including live music performances, art exhibits, movie screenings, happy hours, hour-long after-parties, and more. Participating sites include historic and iconic spaces such as Great American Music Hall, Bottom of the Hill, The Chapel, Rickshaw Stop, Swedish American Hall, August Hall, The New Parish, Gray Area, Public Works, Cornerstone and 1015 Folsom, among others.

The Noise Pop team would like to personally thank all of the sponsors involved with the 2022 festival, including Sierra Nevada Brewing, White Claw Hard Seltzer, Coastal Sun Cannabis, BMI and Hotel Kabuki, as well as media partners DoTheBay, KQED Live and BARTable. .

San Francisco-based artist Megan Badilla was tapped to create and design the official artwork for this year’s festival. Learn more about this local illustrator’s work at meganbadilla.com.

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