Monthly Archives: September 2020

The RI Philharmonic Orchestra and the Music School return with innovative virtual and live offers

The Rhode Island Philharmonic returns with innovative new virtual and live offerings for the orchestra and music school. In these unprecedented times, the presence of music in people’s lives is more important than ever. For this reason, the Rhode Island Philharmonic will continue its mission of enriching and transforming the …

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Northwestern Florida Symphony Orchestra conductor finalist Glen Cortese

The Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra (NFSO) will celebrate its 35th season next year with a new conductor. Jeanette Shires, director of the Mattie Kelly Arts Center, and the orchestra committee narrowed it down to four finalists. Shires hopes to announce the new conductor in May. Each contestant will spend a …

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Kellen Gray, Conductor Finalist of the Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra

The Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra (NFSO) will celebrate its 35th season next year with a new conductor. Jeanette Shires, director of the Mattie Kelly Arts Center, and the orchestra committee narrowed it down to four finalists. Each will be spending a week in Northwest Florida this season and conducting a …

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Todd Craven, Conductor Finalist of the Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra

The Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra (NFSO) will celebrate its 35th season next year with a new conductor. Jeanette Shires, director of the Mattie Kelly Arts Center, and the orchestra’s board of school administrators and musicians sifted through 100 applicants for the position, conducted 15 interviews, and narrowed it down to …

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Chris Confessore, Conductor Finalist of the Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra

The Northwestern Florida Symphony Orchestra will celebrate its 35th season next year. He will then have a new conductor. Jeanette Shires, director of the Mattie Kelly Arts Center, said she and the Orchestra’s seven-person committee – school administrators and musicians – screened 100 applicants for the job, conducted 15 interviews …

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Hungarian conductor invents ‘music enhancing’ face mask

When he saw a sea of ​​face masks around Budapest, the Hungarian conductor Ivan Fischer had an idea; transform this pandemic necessity into a tool for appreciating music. Fischer’s music-enhancing face mask has two life-size palm-shaped plastic cups attached to the mask strings and designed to fit around the wearer’s …

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Hungarian conductor invents face mask that improves music

BUDAPEST (Reuters) – When he saw a sea of ​​masks around Budapest, Hungarian conductor Ivan Fischer had an idea; turning an unpopular pandemic necessity into a music appreciation tool. Fischer’s music-enhancing face mask has two life-size palm-shaped plastic cups attached to the strings of the mask and designed to fit …

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Hungarian conductor invents face mask that enhances music

BUDAPEST (Reuters) – When he saw a sea of ​​face masks around Budapest, Hungarian conductor Ivan Fischer had an idea; transforming an unpopular pandemic necessity into a tool for music appreciation. Fischer’s music enhancing face mask has two life-size palm-shaped plastic cups attached to the mask strings and designed to …

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Longmont Symphony Orchestra conductor creates “Music & Moore” from Erie’s house – Longmont Times-Call

The conductor of the Longmont Symphony Orchestra, Elliot Moore, invites people to enter the world of classical symphonic music. Using his Erie house as a backdrop, Moore has created a TV show that he compares to a merger of Mr. Rogers and a nighttime news program. “This is a TV …

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