Monthly Archives: February 2022

‘Opera Scenes’ back on the opera stage

Opera Scenes, featuring talented performers from the School of Music and Musical Theater programs, will be presented by the Student Opera Theater Association at the 1891 Fredonia Opera House Performing Arts Center on Thursday and Friday, March 3 and 4. at 7 p.m. and Saturday, March 5, 2 p.m. The …

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Poor rating on BBC’s Marr replacement show spoils broadcast harmony

If anyone needed a sign that it was a morning like no other on Sunday shows, Sky News Sunday’s Trevor Phillips was quick to provide it. “Dobroho ranku and dobroye utro,” said the presenter, wishing “a special welcome to our viewers in Ukraine and Russia.” He did not specify how …

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Back to the Future and Frozen Dominate WhatsOnStage Awards | Theater

The West End musical Frozen, the story of an ice queen and her fearless sister that captivated an entire generation, topped the only major theater awards decided by public vote. But the lavish production lost out in the Best New Musical category for Back to the Future: The Musical, an …

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“Surprising” performance similarity, suspect sandbag

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto believes some teams are sandbagging more than others on the grid as he was “surprised” by how close the teams were to Barcelona. The drivers’ fastest laps were relatively close together throughout the three-day run-in but, as is the case every season, neither team wanted …

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Why is Black History Month important?

About 10 years ago, Shukree Hassan Tilghman tried to cancel Black History Month. Equipped with a sandwich board with the words “End of Black History Month” written across the front, he scoured the streets of New York City looking for people to sign his petition to eliminate him. To understand …

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Movie Review: “Dog” – SM Mirror

MOVIE REVIEW: DOGRated PG-13101 minutesReleased February 18 Kudos on a job well done to Channing Tatum and his longtime collaborator Reid Carolin, each on his first outing as a director on the movie Dog. Tatum’s career began in 2000 when he was cast as a dancer in a Ricky Martin …

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Williams leads Coastal Carolina against Little Rock after 31-point performance

Coastal Carolina Chanticleers (15-12, 7-8 Sun Belt) at Little Rock Trojans (8-17, 3-10 Sun Belt) Little Rock, Arkansas; Friday, 7:30 p.m. EST FANDUEL SPORTS LINES LINE: Little Rock -6.5; plus/minus is 137.5 BOTTOM LINE: Coastal Carolina takes on the Little Rock Trojans after Rudi Williams scored 31 points in Coastal …

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HamletHub is proud to partner with the Fairfield County Cultural Alliance to elevate the arts! The schedule for the weekend is HERE!

Folk Ballet of Mexico at the Quick Center for the Arts at Fairfield University One of the world’s most popular and in-demand dance companies returns to Fairfield on Saturday at 8:00 p.m. This award-winning ballet shines a light on Mexican culture with a one-of-a-kind 60-member ballet company. They bring to …

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Revolt launches RBN Studios to produce news and opinion shows

Revolt has announced the launch of RBN Studios which will house its headquarters and studio operation, in downtown Atlanta. The black-owned media company founded by Sean “Diddy” Combs in 2013, said RBN Studios will produce news, talk and opinion shows for Revolt and other companies. Read also: Five Spot: Detavio …

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Viva Loans UK Review – Easy Loan When You Have Bad Credit

Viva Loans is a loan brokerage platform that has partnered with many direct lenders who provide payday loans ranging from £300 to £2000. This lending platform is renowned for matching cash-strapped borrowers with reliable direct lenders. They also have lenient loan qualification requirements. In this article, we’ll explain everything you …

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Willmar administrator Leslie Valiant receives positive six-month performance review – West Central Tribune

WILLMAR – Willmar City Council has marked the sixth anniversary of Leslie Vailant’s hiring as city administrator by awarding her a positive performance review and a pay rise. The summary of the review and the increase were approved at Tuesday’s board meeting. The actual review took place in a closed …

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Labor party demands ban on Russian TV channel RT | Keir Starmer

Labor has called for the banning of the Russian state-backed channel RT, accusing the channel of broadcasting pro-Vladimir Putin “propaganda”. Keir Starmer, the Labor leader, told MPs that the Russian president’s “disinformation campaign must be tackled”, starting with measures to stop RT from “spreading its propaganda around the world”. The …

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Get Easy Tribal Loans for Bad Credit at Heart

Post views: 347 Tribal loans primarily offer financial assistance to Indian or Native American tribal communities who cannot avail of the available payday loans. Tribal moneylenders issue them to people who need money to meet immediate needs. If you are a borrower without a stable income or with a high …

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The State Theater brings stage productions to a wider audience

Thembinkosi Chagwe plays Shaka. (Mpilo Zondi/ State Theatre) In the first half of 2022, three theatrical productions will adorn the cinemas of Ster-kinekor. The screenings are part of the ongoing collaboration between the State Theater and Ster-kinekor. After debuting in July 2021, the deal saw five productions exhibited. In the …

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Hannover NAACP calls for investigation into performance of decertified deputy

HANOVER COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) – The Hanover County National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has called for an investigation into cases handled by a now decertified sheriff’s deputy after he allegedly made false reports at work. The call for an investigation comes after 8News first revealed the disciplinary …

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Opera Colorado Announces 2022-23 40th Anniversary Season Schedule

The lineup includes a mix of great traditional productions with a brand new production of a rarely performed masterpiece. DENVER — Opera Colorado is celebrating 40 years with its upcoming 2022-23 season. The company’s 2022-23 lineup includes Verdi’s Rigolettoa new Korngold production Die Stadt toteand Puccini Turandot. Colorado Opera announced …

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Steve Buckhantz, Wizards’ iconic play-by-play broadcaster, weighs in on current squad

To celebrate the 100th episode of the Bleav in Wizards podcast, I wanted to have a great guest that people don’t hear from regularly. Steve Buckhantz, who spent 23 years as a play-by-play announcer for the Wizards, was kind enough to join me. Like many fans, I used to hear …

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Mrunal Thakur: I danced when Jersey’s new release date was announced, but I’m also nervous | Bollywood

Actor Mrunal Thakur is more concerned than relieved now that his film Jersey, opposite actor Shahid Kapoor, has finally been given a release date Actor Mrunal Thakur is more worried than relieved now that his film Jersey, opposite actor Shahid Kapoor, has finally been given a release date. The film, …

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Boys Wrestling 5A: Pomona has record performance to take 4 rounds

History links DENVER — The battle for the Class 5A wrestling tag team title was a two-team race on Saturday at Ball Arena. When the dust settled, Pomona won its fourth consecutive tag team title with a game-high 256.5 points. Ponderosa finished second with 239 points. “As …

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Rediscovering the genius of R. Nathaniel Dett

In 1937, radio listeners across the country heard a live performance of “The Ordering of Moses”, the defining composition by R. Nathaniel Dett, the first black graduate of the Eastman School of Music, on the radio network NBC. But 40 minutes into what was to be a landmark hour-long program …

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WDIY tops 2022 PA Association of Broadcasters Awards with five wins | The Valley Register

(Lehigh Valley, Pa.) — WDIY 88.1 FM, Lehigh Valley’s public radio, won five awards at the 2022 Broadcasting Excellence Awards from the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters. The announcement was made Tuesday as the PAB named winners in several different categories for Pennsylvania radio and television stations. WDIY’s five awards were …

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North Texas visits UAB after Jackson’s 21-point performance

North Texas Mean Green (19-4, 12-1 C-USA) vs. UAB Blazers (20-6, 10-3 C-USA) Birmingham, Alabama; Saturday, 4 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: UAB hosts North Texas Mean Green after Quan Jackson scored 21 points in UAB’s 92-68 win over the Rice Owls. The Blazers are 15-0 at home. UAB are averaging …

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‘Dance Suite’ – The Durango Herald

Composer Florence Price, date unknown. (Courtesy) San Juan Symphony Orchestra Joins Florence Price Revival An innovative musical program animates the great symphony orchestras of today. Aligning old and new, classical and contemporary, European and American music in concert and even on recording seems to be a trend. Durango may be …

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February 17/22 Bayshore Broadcasting Dashboard

Olympic women’s hockey Gold Medal Game Canada 3 United States of America 2 Bronze Medal Game Finland 4 Switzerland 0 Olympic Men’s Hockey Quarter-finals Sweden 2 Canada 0Russian Olympic Committee 3 Denmark 1Finland 5 Switzerland 1 National Hockey League Winnipeg Jets 6 Minnesota Wild 3Calgary Flames 6 Anaheim Ducks …

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Ken Ludwig Comedy LEADING LADIES opens at Lakewood Theater Company, March 4

Lakewood Theater Company continues its 69th season of live theater with Leading Ladies directed by Stephanie Mulligan. In this hilarious comedy from Ken Ludwig, the author of Lend Me A Tenor and Moon Over Buffalo, two English Shakespearean actors, find themselves so unlucky that they perform “Scenes from Shakespeare” on …

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‘King of disco’ Bappi Lahiri dies at 69 – Kashmir Reader

Bombay, February 16 Singer-songwriter Bappi Lahiri, who popularized disco music in Indian cinema in the 80s and 90s, has died of multiple health issues, a doctor treating him said on Wednesday. He was 69 years old. Lahiri died Tuesday evening at CritiCare Hospital in Juhu. “Lahiri had been hospitalized for …

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Sean McVay is retiring to do broadcasting? Latest quotes, reports

As for Sean McVay and if he coaches the Los Angeles Rams in the future, it could all be a lot of nothing. And by “this” I mean the speculation and questions about whether the man who coached the team to a Super Bowl 56 win over the Cincinnati Bengals …

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Bizarre Cats windfall turns Whitley Bay audiences’ heads

Strolling along Whitley Road on a blustery Saturday evening, you could easily pass the cozy Laurel Theater and never think of the odd TED talk that might be taking place upstairs. Two stories above the street, a small crowd gathered in the Independent Theater to hear Linus Karp explain how …

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Andrei Arlovski says coaches were unhappy with his performance

HOUSTON — Andrei Arlovski is pleased with Saturday’s win over Jared Vanderaa, but his coaches not so much. Arlovski (33-20 MMA, 22-14 UFC) picked up his third straight victory when he edged out Vanderaa in the featured round robin on Saturday, but according to his coaches he didn’t follow the …

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Canadian Music Company announces the launch of its new online music course registration platform

WINNIPEG, Canada – Academy Music, a company that inspires and educates children about the joys of playing a musical instrument, is thrilled to announce the launch of its new online music lesson enrollment platform. The new platform has been designed from the ground up to ensure that it is user-friendly …

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Tata fuels expansion of sports content delivery by Eclat

Tata Communications, a global digital ecosystem enabler, and Eclat Media Group, a leading broadcaster of global sports content, announced the expansion of Eclat’s sports content delivery to viewers in Asian countries, including Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. This new agreement allows Eclat Media Group’s new channels, SPOTV and …

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The brilliant GILES DAVIES will take your breath away in Ronan Noone’s THE SMUGGLER at the Urbanite Theater

“If you can use exotic alcohol/There’s a bar away from Bombay/ Come fly with me, let’s fly, let’s fly…” — from “Come Fly With Me”, which opens THE SMUGGLER I will drop anything, travel anywhere, to experience certain things in life. My anywhere list includes Vermeer exhibits at any museum; …

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Bayern coach and Kimmich regret ‘worst performance of the season’ after 4-2 loss

Bayern Munich are generally known for having one disastrous game per season. This season though, that standard is thrown aside this season as Bayern fell to Vfl Bochum in a thunderous 4-2 defeat. The match was suspect from the start, with manager Julian Nagelsmann experimenting with an EA FIFA line-up …

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School record and Music City Challenge freshman record

KNOXVILLE, TN – The Tennessee Athletics wrapped up an electric weekend Saturday at the Music City Challenge and Tyson Invites as Latvia Maines and Kayla Gholar engraved their names on the Tennessee record books. In the women’s shot put, Maines threw a distance of 18.00m (59-0.75) to break her indoor …

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Great Backyard Bird Count 2022

If you love nature, consider getting involved in a citizen science project. You will learn more about nature while helping scientists collect important information. Citizen scientists help monitor water quality in lakes, rivers and streams, monarch butterfly migrations, snow accumulation in the mountains, and populations and movements of reptiles and …

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‘Hamilton’ returns to the Pantages Theater with a show for LA high schoolers

After nearly a month and a half without a performance, the Broadway production of “Hamilton” in Hollywood returned to the Pantages Theater on Wednesday with a special audience: 2,600 public high school students from Los Angeles. “I can’t think of a better way to start our last six weeks here …

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SEC accuses investment adviser of using backtested performance | Eversheds Sutherland (USA) LLP

On January 13, 2022, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced settled charges against CMG Capital Management Group, Inc. (CMG), a registered investment adviser for failing to adopt and implement policies and procedures reasonably designed to prevent false or misleading advertisements. regarding the hypothetical and backtested performance of the company’s …

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First Cleveland Silent Film Festival honors music pioneer JS Zamecnik

The very first Cleveland Silent Film Festival begins February 13 with a concert paying homage to one of the giants of early film music. At the very first Academy Awards in 1929, the Best Picture award went to the silent film “Wings.” Unlike today, there were no categories for anything …

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Producer Simon Thomas named chairman of ITV Entertainment

ITV America said it has appointed producer Simon Thomas as chairman of ITV Entertainment. He will also be responsible for ITV America’s international programming. In his new role, Thomas will lead the development and production of original series and trending international formats, the company said. He will also oversee the …

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FABBA pays tribute to ABBA at the Keswick Theater [Events roundup] – Reading eagle

The following events are planned across the region for the coming week: • The FABBA Show, an authentic tribute to Swedish pop sensation ABBA, kicks off a tribute band weekend at the Keswick Theatre, Glenside, with a show on Thursday at 7.30pm. Marie-Claire Follett, who lives in California but is …

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Lincoln’s ‘Project Laramie’ performance should make us all empathize

One of the most powerful motivations for learning occurs when we form an alliance or team up with others who share a common passion. When students form these partnerships with teachers and/or their peers, they can surprise us and themselves and accomplish feats that seem quite professional, even mind-blowing. I …

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Audiences can hear movies like never before as the Philadelphia Orchestra embraces film scores

The Philadelphia Orchestra’s pandemic era has brought two years of change, but with one surprising constant: With Beethoven and Brahms, concert films are everywhere – in many ways. In addition to having An American in Paris (17-19 Feb.) and The princess to be married (February 24-26) presented in concert with …

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6 takeaways from this year’s Oscar nominations

Updated February 8, 2022 3:22 PM ET No, the Oscars are not a true measure of merit; they never were. Yes, it is a popularity contest, thanks to a system that can be manipulated by expensive media campaigns. And yes, they are just an excuse for an industry teeming with …

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The Da Vinci Code at Theater Royal Plymouth – review

How do you turn a fast-paced action thriller that travels between multiple countries into a theatrical performance on stage? For the playwrights who adapted Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code, this was undoubtedly the puzzle they had to solve. The bestselling novel and blockbuster film, about a symbologist embroiled in …

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DS Automobiles unveils the E-TENSE PERFORMANCE prototype as a high-performance testbed for future DS production cars

DS Automobiles, a brand of Stellantis, has unveiled the E-TENSE PERFORMANCE prototype as a high-performance test bed for upcoming DS production designs. Since its launch in 2014, DS Automobiles has placed electrification at the heart of its strategy. As the first premium manufacturer to commit to Formula E, the brand …

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February 7/22 Bayshore Broadcasting Dashboard

Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Thunder Bay Championship final Canada (Kerri Einarson) 9 Northern Ontario (Krista McCarville) 6 Olympic women’s hockey Canada 6 Russian Olympic Committee 1United States 6 Switzerland 0China 2 Japan 1 (SW) Ontario Hockey League London Knights 8 Owen Sound Attack 3Sarnia Sting 6 Windsor Spitfire 2Saginaw …

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New Apple TV+ movie: Cameos and hands-on experience for students

February 06, 2022 – Aileen Yoo Visual and performing arts students often apply what they learn. Their projects include everything from producing a film on campus (pictured) to working on the set of a new feature film – one of the benefits of living in an area that often attracts …

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Ethan Anderson raises the bar with his performance against Arizona

The USC Trojans lost to Arizona on Saturday, but Andy Enfield ended up getting a very encouraging performance from Ethan Anderson. Anderson started this game after being benched against Arizona State on Thursday, and it worked out pretty well for the Trojans. Anderson did a bit of everything that day. …

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AR Rahman shares heartfelt tribute video to Lata Mangeshkar after four-word tweet

Shortly after tweeting his four-word tribute to the Nightingale, the Mozart of Madras, AR, Rahman, posted a glowing tribute video on his Instagram account in honor of Lata Mangeshkar, with whom he had memorably collaborated in films such as ‘Dil Se’ and ‘Rang De Basanti’. In the video, Rahman spoke …

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No. 17 UConn visits No. 12 Villanova after Whaley’s 20-point performance

UConn Huskies (15-5, 6-3 Big East) at Villanova Wildcats (16-6, 9-3 Big East) Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania; Saturday, 12 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: No. 17 UConn visits the No. 12 Villanova Wildcats after Isaiah Whaley scored 20 points in UConn’s 59-55 loss to the Creighton Bluejays. The Wildcats are 8-1 in …

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The Forsaken Maiden will be released mid-February

| Square Enix today revealed that its upcoming game, Voice of the Cards: The Abandoned Girl, will be released in mid-February. The latest incarnation of the card-based RPG franchise has been teased for months, but now you can snag it digitally on PC, PS4, and Nintendo Switch on February 17, …

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José Mota leaves the Angels’ stand after two decades with the team

Changes to the Los Angeles Angels broadcast booth continue, the latest being the departure of José Mota. Mota had worked on the Angels’ English and Spanish language radio and TV shows in various roles, including play-by-play and analysis, since 2002, beginning his work on the English-speaking side in 2007. He …

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After fumbling over announcement, new Castro Theater pledges to be a good neighbor

Management changes at the Castro Theater took center stage at the Castro Merchants Association’s first meeting of the year on February 3, with neighborhood leaders asking Another Planet Entertainment to be proactive in reaching out to them. . The January 19 announcement in the San Francisco Chronicle that the Castro …

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Harris leads CSU Fullerton against Cal Poly after 20-point performance

Cal Poly Mustangs (5-13, 1-5 Big West) at CSU Fullerton Titans (12-6, 5-1 Big West) Fullerton, California; Thursday, 10 p.m. EST FANDUEL SPORTS BOOK LINE: CSU Fullerton -12; plus/minus is 129.5 BOTTOM LINE: CSU Fullerton takes on the Cal Poly Mustangs after Jalen Harris scored 20 points in CSU Fullerton’s …

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Meadville Community Theater presents a musical revue of the 1920s starting Friday | News

Meadville Community Theater is ready to chase away your winter blues with a 1920s musical revue. “Cocktails with Mr. Volstead” opens Friday at the Meadville Community Theater. Production runs Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. this weekend and February 11-13. “Cocktails with Mr. Volstead” is …

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Raid by Houthi forces in Yemen, obstructing broadcasters

New York, February 2, 2022 – Houthi rebels in Yemen must stop harassing and shutting down the media, and must allow all broadcasters to operate freely, the Committee to Protect Journalists said on Wednesday. On January 25, Houthi forces attacked and shut down at least five radio stations in the …

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St. Louis Opera Names New Principal Conductor and Extends Artistic Director Appointments

The Opera Theater of Saint Louis announced that the contracts of Artistic Director James Robinson and Artistic Director of Young Artist Programs Patricia Racette have been extended through 2026, and conductor Daniela Candillari has been named first. Chief Conductor of OTSL for a new three-year term. In a statement, Managing …

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Calabrio Launches New Performance Coaching Solution to Support Customer Service Excellence

Calabrio has launched a new coaching solution for agent performance management, Calabrio Performance Coaching. Calabrio ONE Workforce Engagement Management suite’s machine learning-enabled module aims to improve the ability of contact center managers to record and track agent performance metrics, providing data to facilitate performance conversations and framing. Identifying individual or …

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The black songwriter’s life was the swashbuckling stuff Hollywood dreams are made of

Soon a major film. No, not the production Minnesota Opera will premiere on Saturday as it returns to live performances at the Ordway Music Theater after two years. We talk about the fascinating life of the composer who created this opera, Joseph Bologne, alias “Le Chevalier de St.-Georges”. Born the …

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