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Paradise Symphony returns for July 4 – Chico Enterprise-Record

PARADISE — The Ridge was anything but quiet on Monday as a crew of 38 orchestra members, 38 choir members, a live painter and more gathered at Paradise Junior High School to pay their respects on Independence Day . In its 63rd season, the orchestra would return after witnessing the …

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Why The Black Keys, Wayne Newton Collaborated In Las Vegas

It’s a piece of Las Vegas lore, specifically the Life Is Beautiful: The Black Keys lore featuring Wayne Newton at the 2019 Life is Beautiful festival. The pairing might have looked as odd as whipped cream on a pizza, but it made sense to Black Keys co-founder Pat Carney. Carney …

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DOROTHY DANDRIDGE SONGS! THE MUSIC announced at Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall

Producers Richard Bell, N’Kenge, Park Row Equity Partners, Tegan Summer, Sam Williams, Michael Loeb and Derow Enterprises, in association with the Coalition for African Americans in the Performing Arts, announce the presentation of “The Songs of Dorothy Dandridge! The Musical,” selections from Dorothy Dandridge’s upcoming production! The Musical, with book …

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‘Take the Leap’, TRTC and SoL Spread Their Wings in New Partnership | New

Jennifer Johnson worked for 10 years to combine a dream and a vision. As executive director of Stages of Life Theater Company, whose slogan is “a place to grow up”, she birthed the Carbondale-based children’s theater company. SoL’s debut, with co-founder Logan Carter, was in response to a lack of …

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Paramount Theater to Present FUN HOME as Part of New BOLD Series

Welcome to Fun Home, an unforgettable and groundbreaking musical like no other. Where memories linger like snowflakes, and the truth is always opaque. Where to find yourself means looking back and seeing yourself reflected in your father, who is exactly the same and still so different from you. It’s a …

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The virtuoso violinist performs in the youth concert

Violin virtuoso Leon Fei will star in the Melbourne Youth Orchestra’s final concert, which will also debut a new piece by acclaimed Australian composer Elena Kats-Chernin. “He’s like a wild colt, he’s got tremendous technique, a real talent for playing,” MYO music director Brett Kelly told AAP. Fei, 17, will …

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Vivek Agnihotri Talks About ‘Kashmir Files’ Music Director Rohit Sharma

Movie theaters were purging emotions as tears flowed, intense explosions were witnessed, and it was also the rare occasion when the chatter of people leaving the movie theater was, in stark contrast, replaced by deafening silence. as people walked out carrying deep grief within them, echoed by the sounds of …

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Upbeat “The Karate Kid” Resonates With Audiences | Webster Kirkwood Times

Rock Hill residents Amy and Patrick Dean, along with their daughter Stella Dean and friend Clayton Smith, enjoy meeting actor William (Billy) Zabka (middle) of ‘The Karate Kid’ fame at the June 7 performance of The Karate Kid: The Musical. Actor Martin Kove also traveled to St. Louis to attend …

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Vikram Director Lokesh Kanagaraj Reveals His Plans For Next Film

Lokesh has established himself as a brilliant filmmaker in the Tamil industry since his debut with Maanagaram in 2017. Kamal Haasan recently gifted Lokesh a Lexus car after Vikram’s cult hit. An event was recently held in Chennai to thank exhibitors and distributors after Kamal Haasan’s latest film, Vikram, became …

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Review: The McAdo by Gilbert & Sullivan Austin – Arts

Holton Johnson as Pubagh (from left), Reagan Murdock as Coco and Julius Young as Pischtusch in Gilbert & Sullivan Austin’s McAdo (Photo by David Little) In the spirit of full disclosure, I am an opera ignoramus and arguably the least qualified person in the room to review the current Gilbert …

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Rolling Meadows High School Drum Major Named Calisch Prize Winner

Each year, the Richard W. Calisch Arts Unlimited Award is presented to the District 214 elder who best exemplifies creative excellence in the arts. The award was created in honor of Richard Calisch, former English teacher and coordinator of the Arts Unlimited program. Each comprehensive high school in District 214 …

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ROCK SCHOOL in Cain Park

What happens when a musical film makes over $131 million on a $35 million investment? If you are Andrew Lloyd Webberyou buy the rights and make it into the musical SCHOOL OF ROCK with lyrics by Glenn Slater and book by Julian Fellowes. What happens when you take a dynamic …

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‘Ring of Fire’ Director Steve Coker Separates Pet Projects from Stumptown Showstoppers

Steve Coker has always considered himself a “one man band”. The pillar of local theater, currently at the head of Johnny Cash bioperetta ring of firerose to prominence writing, directing, producing and often starring in a series of tongue-in-cheek adaptations (Xana-redU, Flash Ah-Ahhh!) and pan-genre parodies (Varsity Cheerleader Werewolves of …

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News Briefs – Lake County Record-Bee

LAKE COUNTY The deadline for the Hands Up Lake County contest is June 30 The 2022 Hands Up Lake County Business Competition is a program designed to advance the local economy. It will give small businesses the chance to win up to $85,000 in cash prizes to start, grow or …

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A Tony Award winner who worked with Billy Joel

GREENWICH — The Greenwich Symphony Orchestra has announced a new music director after a search that began in late spring 2020 included every finalist taking the podium to conduct a concert. A panel of musicians and board members selected Stuart Malina, Tony Award winner and conductor/conductor of the Harrisburg Symphony …

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Livermore Pacific Chamber Orchestra concerts announced

LIVERMORE The Pacific Chamber Orchestra has announced its 2022-23 concert season, which will run from September 17 to May 21. This season’s lineup will pay homage to the giants of classical music – with works by Handel, Telemann, Vivaldi and Haydn – and capture the hearts of listeners with an …

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Straub Group teacher honored for leading growth and supporting students beyond the classroom

Jaimie Hall, who has been teaching music in Salem for more than two decades, said he enjoys working with middle schoolers because they are “fearless”. He was recently named the district’s music teacher of the year. Jaimie Hall leads an advanced band rehearsal at Straub Middle School on Wednesday, May …

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Setting the Beat: A New Leader Wants to Unite the Community Through Music | Arts & Theater

Scott Seaton considers his role as the new Artistic Director of the Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College to be as much a bridge builder as a leader of musicians. It was something that was part of the first concert he conducted for the orchestra, when he was still a …

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Anubhav Sinha’s Anek hints only lightly at AFSPA violence in the northeast, but drives the point home

Aabout his recent release titled Anekproducer Anubhav Sinha is clear – this is not a film for the northeast, it’s about the northeast and aims to strike a deal with mainland India. In one of the scenes, a character from North India tells professional boxer trainer Aido (Andrea Kevishusa): “Tumhare …

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Theater News: Angela Lansbury, The Karate Kid, Lempicka, Girl From North Country, Cathy Maguire and Night Of AThousand Judys

Angela Lansbury is honored with the 2022 Tony Special Lifetime Achievement Award. Lansbury has won five Tony Awards throughout his more than 75-year career. Producers Naoya Kinoshita, Kumiko Yoshii, and Michael Wolk shared a first look at The Karate Kid – The Musical ahead of its first pre-Broadway worldwide engagement …

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Playhouse Square Hosts Annual Dazzle Awards

In an effort to recognize the importance of musical theater and arts education in Northeastern Ohio high schools, Playhouse Square proudly hosted the annual Dazzle Awards presented by Pat and John Chapman on Saturday, May 21. The Dazzle Awards are affiliated with The Jimmy Awards / The National High School …

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Interview: Historian Margaret Hall talks about her new book on Paul Gemignani

Paul Gemignani. For almost 50 years, the famous musical director has occupied the orchestra pits of hundreds of productions around the world. As a close associate of Stephen Sondheim and Hal Prince, Gemignani was present for some of the most important and groundbreaking shows in Broadway history. And while we …

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“We’re back in business” – Scottish Opera unveils 60th anniversary season

Scottish Opera has included the current season revival of Thomas Allen’s Don Giovanni under the 60th anniversary banner PIC: James Glossop “We’re back in business,” insists Scottish Opera chief executive Alex Reedijk, who recently returned from London where his company enjoyed a week-long rerun of its popular production Gondoliers at …

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How the South Dakota Symphony Became One of America’s Boldest Orchestras

The South Dakota Symphony Orchestra, the musical pride of Sioux Falls, has an annual budget of $2.3 million, which is microscopic by the standards of America’s top orchestras. The Chicago Symphony spends more than that each year on Riccardo Muti’s salary. Nevertheless, the South Dakota Symphony is bolder and savvier …

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Salina Symphony of Kansas appoints new music director

(Photo credit: Bruno Fidrych) Over the orchestra’s 67-year history, Yaniv Segal will only be the third musical director in the organization’s existence. He was chosen from more than 100 applications, after five concerts each conducted by a different candidate. Segal will be involved in the planning for the 2022/2023 season …

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Kokandy Productions will present CRUEL INTENTIONS: The Musical of the 90s

Kokandy Productions kicks off its tenth anniversary season this summer with the Chicago premiere of Cruel Intentions: The ’90 Musical, an alluring and fun show filled with nostalgia, laced with 90s hits including No Doubt, Jewel, Britney Spears, Garbage and much more. Created by Jordan Ross, Lindsey Rosin and Roger …

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Torrington School Music Programs Recognized for 22nd Consecutive Year

TORRINGTON — The city’s school music programs are once again being recognized as among the Best Communities for Music Education — for the 22nd year. the NAMM Foundationan arm of the National Association of Music Merchants, chose 738 school districts from 44 states for the designation, which is awarded to …

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Review: Somebody Loves You, Mr. Hatch by Zach Theater – Arts

Nathan Jerkins as Mr. Hatch in Zach Theater’s production of Somebody Loves You, Mr. Hatch (Photo by Suzanne Cordeiro) It’s strange and a little disorienting that Zach Theater’s revival of Someone loves you, Mr. Hatch, which takes place during Valentine’s Day, opens in April and ends in May. It’s like …

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“Little Women” premieres in Iron County on May 13

IRON RIVER, Mich. (WLUC) — Tragedy and love between four sisters during the American Civil War. An Iron County theater group performs the popular show “Little Women” on stage. “Little Women” is a coming-of-age story about four sisters during the American Civil War. The Iron River West End Players have …

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Feel Like a Kid Again – South Bend Symphony Orchestra Delights Morris Crowd with Tribute to John Williams

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WNDU) – The South Bend Symphony Orchestra wrapped up its pop music streak last night at the Morris Performing Arts Center with an extraordinary performance. The Symphony Orchestra dedicated last night to the music of world-renowned composer John Williams, who has composed the music and served as …

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Broadway musicals abound with Player’s Guild of Dearborn’s ‘Anything Goes’ and Fisher’s ‘The Band’s Visit’ and ‘Anastasia’ – Daily Tribune

Broadway musicals abound on local stages, with the Player’s Guild of Dearborn presenting its pandemic-delayed production of “Anything Goes” and the Fisher holding back-to-back Broadway tours, with “The Band’s Visit” closing May 1. and a May 5 opening for “Anastasia.” COLE PORTER’S ‘ANYTHING GOES’ OPENS AT DEARBORN PLAYERS GUILD Cole …

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Juni B. returns to the children’s festival

The St. Albert Children’s Theater returns with a musical suite. When it comes to musicals, parents often stop and ask what makes a good introductory choice for kids. There are plenty of musicals out there, but where do you find shows that are age-appropriate for kids and appealing to parents? …

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Play ball! Opera Orlando heads to diamond in 2022-23 season – Orlando Sentinel

Orlando Opera House is set to play ball in its 2022-23 season with a tribute to the nation’s pastime: baseball. The season, announced today, will also see the return of a beautiful true Christmas story of war and peace. Among the more traditional offerings are a masterpiece by Mozart – …

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Group manager Aliquippa hired, as music program restart progresses

ALIQUIPPA − Steps continue to be taken to revitalize the band and music program at Aliquippa High School. A month ago, the Aliquippa School Board hired Samuel Froehlich as the school district’s new group director for the 2022-23 school year. Froehlich was a full-time music teacher at Borland Manor and …

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Thalapathy66: Has S Thaman started working on the music for Thalapathy Vijay & Rashmika Mandanna’s upcoming album?

S Thaman is one of the best composers in the Telugu film industry. Fans are struck by his moving music. His unreleased projects include Thalapathy Vijay’s untitled film, Thalapathy66. The actor and musical director have joined forces for the first time, after missing a few opportunities to work together. Now, …

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Full cast announced for (mostly) HIGH TIME musicals! At Vitello

(especially) the musicals are back at Vitello and ready to receive LIT on 4.20! Join Gregory Nabours and a slew of SMOKIN’ hot artists from Broadway and LA for a HIGH TIME at Feinstein’s at Vitello’s. The BUZZ-worthy cast includes: Garrett Clayton (Link in “HAIRSPRAY Live,” “The Fairly OddParents: Fairly …

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Acharya Re-Recording – Koratala Shiva Changed Musical Director

Acharya Re-Recording – Koratala Shiva Changed Musical Director The film Acharya starring Chiranjeevi and Charan is said to put strain on director Koratala Shiva. Devisri Prasad has been the music director for all films directed by Koratala Shiva, from Mirchi to Bharat Ane Nenu. However, Manisharma is selected as the …

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Robert Spano Conducts the Fort Worth Symphony in Winning Interpretations of Varied Works

You must hear the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra this weekend. If you’re in Dallas, it’s worth the trip on I-30. Friday night at Bass Performance Hall, Music Director Designate Robert Spano led the orchestra in winning performances of a varied repertoire. Everything was finely balanced, rhythmic and graduated. Spano officially …

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Five schools from Carbondale and Basalt team up to present “The Sound of Music” this weekend and next

Victor Argueta Gomez as Captain von Trapp, Evelyn Becker as Maria and other young actors perform The Sound of Music during a dress rehearsal at Basalt High School on Wednesday.Chelsea Independent/Post Independent A student production of ‘The Sound of Music’ opening this weekend in Basalt seeks to celebrate a return …

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Coos Bay area festivals light up the southern Oregon coast with food, music and arts

Coos Bay area festivals light up the southern Oregon coast with food, music and arts Posted 4/5/22 10:55 PM PST By the staff of the Oregon Coast Beach Connection (Coos Bay, Oregon) – Spring and summer are soon to sprout on the southern Oregon coast, and ahead are summer festivals …

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Billy Stritch and Jim Caruso release new lyric video for ’42nd Street’

Club44 Records will release a new lyric video for the classic song “42nd Street” from The Sunday Set, Billy Stritch and Jim Caruso’s new album on Tuesday, April 5, and BroadwayWorld has your exclusive first look below! After launching the label in 2019 with Christmas at Birdland (which Stritch and …

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Jenna Pastuszek Makes New York’s Green Room 42 Debut With Judy Garland Tribute

To celebrate this year the 100and anniversary of the birth of the legendary Judy Garland (June 10, 1922 – June 22, 1969), performer, writer, producer and teacher Jenna Pastuszek and musical director, arranger, educator and pianist Joshua Zecher-Ross will bring their popular cabaret concert Be happy ! : A tribute …

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Re-nominated 12-time Grammy winner Michael Tilson Thomas faces uncertain future – CBS San Francisco

By Betty Yu and Molly McCrea SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) – At the beginning of March, at the Louise K. Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco, the public was treated to a big, daring and magnificent concert called “Best in Brass”. READ MORE: State lawmakers extend pandemic eviction ban for …

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CVREP celebrates famed celebrity photographer Michael Childers with a glowing lunch

Coachella Valley Repertory Theater (CVRep) is proud to announce that iconic and legendary photographer Michael Childers will be honored at the Luminary Luncheon, an exclusive entertainment and fundraising experience, on its NEW DATE, Wednesday, March 30, 2022 at 12:00 PM N with a special sponsors reception at 11:15 a.m. at …

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Grammy-winning artist Karim Sulayman performs at YSU

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) — Youngstown State University’s Pipino Performing Arts Series wrapped up for the season on Saturday night. Grammy-winning artist Karim Sulayman sang for a crowd of mostly fellow musicians. Local record store owner mourns Foo Fighters drummer “You just have to bring quality art to this field,” said …

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‘The Wiz Jr.’ world premiere looms at the Children’s Theater in Cincinnati

“We wanted to do this show for a long time,” said Krista Katona Pille, director of sales and marketing for the Cincinnati Children’s Theater. She talks about “The Wiz Jr.”, which the company opens on April 2. Roderick Justice, the group’s artistic director, had contacted the people who controlled the …

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‘Shrek’ brings the dramatic extravaganzas of Barnstable High to life, with the help of former students

It may be a quiet Sunday around much of Hyannis, but inside the Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center, things are buzzing. The lights are on, the piano is racing and there’s kids everywhere, rehearsing for school The Drama Club’s big spring production of “Shrek The Musical.” The 2008 musical, …

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Tony Award-winning ‘Passing Strange’ returns to Berkeley

An energy-filled musical journey of self-discovery awaits those who attend Shotgun Players’ “Passing Strange,” which runs through April 10 on Berkeley’s Ashby Stage. Created by rock singer-songwriter Mark Stewart and Heidi Rodewald, “Passing Strange” features a kaleidoscope of musical styles ranging from gospel, blues, jazz, funk, cabaret and rap as …

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High School Students Encouraged to Apply for Lied Summer Camps | Nebraska today

The Lied Center for Performing Arts is once again inviting talented students from Nebraska and beyond to apply for its summer camps. The 2022 internships are: Lied Center Triple Threat Broadway Intensive, June 27-July 1 High school students (entering ninth grade through recent graduates) are invited to start their summer …

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La Jolla Playhouse innovates theatrically with the musical “Bhangin’ It”

Most Americans may never have heard of Bhangra, the energetic and expressive form of Indian folk dance and music that has swept the country for the past 30 years. But the creators of a new Bhangra-centric musical, currently premiering at La Jolla Playhouse, hope that will change. Sam Wilmott, the …

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Jussie Smollett Sentenced to Jail for Hate Crime Misrepresentation

A Chicago judge sentenced Jussie Smollett to Five months in jail on Thursday, ordering the actor’s imprisonment for falsely telling police he was the victim of a racist and homophobic attack in 2019. At the end of a hearing that lasted about five hours, Judge James B. Linn excoriated Mr. …

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‘The Music Man’ Sutton Foster Returns to Broadway, Kisses Hugh Jackman and ‘Younger’

Less than a year after the series finale of Younger released in June 2021, Sutton Foster is back on Broadway for the 12th time. This round, the two-time Tony Award winner tap dances on stage as single librarian Marian Paroo in the long-awaited revival of The music man at the …

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Border Report: Reinventing a Choral Masterpiece for the San Diego-Tijuana Region

Summary A new collaboration between a local artistic director from Bach Collegium San Diego and a Tijuana-based librettist, the project not only highlights opportunities for cross-border collaboration, but also the pool of talent and classical music projects in Tijuana. The US-Mexico border might seem like an unlikely setting for a …

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Fairfield Choir to Perform in Montana PBS Special “Celebrate America Across Montana with Tim Janis” | State

‘Celebrate America’ is a national program designed to give our nation’s youth an opportunity to improve lives by showcasing their choirs on public television,” says ‘Celebrate America’ founder Tim Janis. The production and filming of this event are made possible through the hard work and dedication of music teachers, schools, …

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The Sarasota Concert Association presents the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra on April 4

Arts & Culture DAILY SRQ FRIDAY WEEKEND EDITION FRIDAY MARCH 4, 2022 | The Sarasota Concert Association presents the Grammy Award-winning Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra in a one-night-only concert on Monday, April 4 at 7:30 p.m. at Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall. Music Director Andrey Boreyko leads the Orchestra in Brahms’ …

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GIVĒON obtains three new RIAA certifications

R&B star earns 2x Platinum and two Golds Continuing to shine brighter than ever, GRAMMY-nominated multi-platinum R&B star GIVĒON has earned three new RIAA certifications. “For Tonight” and “The Beach” both earned Gold certifications, while “Like I Want You” went 2x Platinum. This brings his total of certified releases to …

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‘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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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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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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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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‘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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‘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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139… Chorus Arrangement Album Looks Wonderful In New Trailer

News Square Enix releases a new album dedicated to the beautiful music of NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139…, and it sounds great. Published on January 30, 2022 Giuseppe Nelva Homepage ” Unclassified ” NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139… Chorus Arrangement Album Looks Wonderful In New Trailer Square Enix releases a new album dedicated to …

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Boyd named music teacher of the year

Dr. Josh Boyd, group director at Newnan High School, has been named 2022 Music Educator of the Year. Boyd accepted the award Thursday at the Georgia Music Educators Association’s annual conference in Athens, where he was honored as “both an exemplary leader and an outstanding member of his community.” “Every …

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A composition that captures the “trapped rehearsal” of the pandemic? Seattle Symphony debuts and more

The Seattle Symphony worked to minimize the upheaval caused by the sudden departure of its musical director, Thomas Dausgaard, moving quickly to find guest conductors and preserve the repertoire for the season’s remaining concerts as planned. But fans of the Symphony Orchestra’s new music lineup will be delighted to hear …

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The Vallejo Symphony 2022 season is back, with some changes – The Vacaville Reporter

The arts have a special place in our world, being important to savour, experience and sustain, emotionally, psychologically and spiritually, especially during difficult times. Despite the many ups and downs of the pandemic era, the Vallejo Symphony continues to perform, with the 89th season resuming with an adjusted schedule, the …

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Baker Center’s Wednesday Acoustic Shows feature local artists and Appalachian music

When walking around Baker University Center on a normal afternoon, students, faculty, and community members often encounter monotonous escalator rides that take them from place to place. Stroll through the Baker Center on a Wednesday afternoon, however, and people will be rocked by the music of the area. The Wednesday …

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Gold coins await three winners who can guess the musical director of “Gentleman 2”

MUMBAI: One of Tamil cinema’s most popular producers, KT Kunjumon, announced on Saturday that three fans who can correctly guess the name of the musical director of his upcoming film ‘Gentleman 2’ will each receive a gold coin. The post announcing the competition was shared on Twitter. He said, “Guess …

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Stone Church, Newsroom, Seacoast Rep, Wildlife Center

It’s that time of year when our weekends need to warm up. There are plenty of ways to warm up around the coast with live music from the barn of words in Exeter with John Smith at The music room in Portsmouth with Citizen Cope at The dance hall in …

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Lakeside High School to Host Pipe Organ Festival | Local News

SAYBROOK TOWNSHIP – A nationally renowned organist will be the guest artist and clinician at the first annual Bud Hill Memorial Pipe Organ Festival later this month. “The festival is a celebration of the vision, passion and contributions of William E. [Bud] Hill to the performing arts in her community, …

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Montreal dancer Tamara Rojo plans to ‘open the conversation’ as San Francisco Ballet’s new artistic director

Tamara Rojo, the charismatic Spanish ballerina who leads the English National Ballet, will become artistic director of San Francisco Ballet when its longtime director Helgi Tomasson steps down at the end of 2022.Handout San Francisco Ballet’s new artistic director, Tamara Rojo, may be best known as a world-famous Spanish ballerina, …

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From South Charleston to the Kennedy Center: WV native works with legends as music director | Life & Arts

On a busy vacation afternoon at Capitol Market, Kanawha County native Kevin Struthers tried not to seem too excited about his job, but sometimes it’s nearly impossible not to get ecstatic. “I’m the director of jazz, chamber music and new classical music programming at the Kennedy Center,” he said with …

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Me2 / orchestra celebrates 10th anniversary, free concerts Burlington Boston

A music organization dedicated to supporting mental health is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a concert this week in Burlington and a performance next weekend at a famous Boston music hall. Me2 /, which bills itself as the only classical music organization in the world created for musicians living with …

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Nagarjuna and Naga Chaitanya confident in the success of “Bangarraju”

Hyderabad, January 10 (IANS): Nagarjuna and Naga Chaitanya-starrer’s ‘Bangarraju’ musical evening took place in Hyderabad as the father-son duo seemed confident about the film’s success. Nagarjuna, during his speech, revealed that the theatrical trailer for “Bangarraju” will launch on January 11, a few days before the film hits screens. The …

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The late music director Aadesh Shrivatsava’s son Avitesh will debut at Sirf Ek on Friday

Avitesh Shrivastava Avitesh, the son of the late singer Aadesh Srivastava, will be cast in a film called Sirf Ek Friday by Deepak Mukut and Mansi Bagla. It’s the story of a young adult who leads a carefree life but suddenly decides to follow his late mother’s unfulfilled dream of …

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Mercury Theater Chicago announces cast and performers for WOMEN OF SOUL

Artistic director Christopher Chase Carter, General manager Shane Murray-Corcoran, and executive producers Walter stearns and Eugene Dizon announce the cast and creative crew for Mercury Theater Chicago’s upcoming 2021-2022 season Mainstage production, Women of Soul, featuring a special tribute to Aretha franklin. This production is written and directed by Daryl …

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Portland Opera’s Acting Music Director Talks About Exercise, Matcha, Anti-Racism & More

When Damien Geter, Interim Music Director and Artistic Advisor for Portland Opera, says he listened to all types of music growing up, he truly means it. “It sounds hyperbolic, but it’s true,” says Geter. “We probably listened to mostly R&B and gospel, but we listened to Dolly Parton, we listened …

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Opera 21 Releases Scenes From Upcoming Work “The Last Castrato”

The new company Opera 21 has released excerpts from their upcoming work, “The Last Castrato”. The opera follows the private life of Alessandro Moreschi, who was the last castrato singer employed by the Pope. Composed by Torsten Rasch and to a libretto by Max Hoehn, the excerpts feature countertenor Andrew …

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Vanessa Redgrave and more recognized in New Years Honor Roll

the The 2022 New Years Honors list has been revealed and features a plethora of names that have contributed to the theater industry. Actress Vanessa Redgrave and actress Joanna Lumley are named Dame. They are joined by Sadler’s Wells Artistic Director Alistair Spalding has been awarded a knight. CBEs are …

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Madras HS teacher chosen for new Band Directors Marching Band at Tournament of Roses Parade

PASADENA, Calif. (KTVZ) – Madras High School music teacher Jared McFarlin will join his counterparts across the country on New Years Day in an unprecedented entry into the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade – a marching band made up of directors from 50-state orchestra. A custom-designed, lively float will lead …

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