Monthly Archives: November 2021

ONE VOICE: THE SONGS WE SHARE: Country

Friday December 3, 2021 at 10:30 p.m. on KPBS 2 / On Demand Enjoy the American Pops Orchestra’s celebration of unique American music that has transcended its original genre to find a place in our collective American culture. Courtesy of Elman Studio LLC / Nouveau Productions LLCThe members and choir …

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Austrian ensemble Trio Alba gives concerts in Cairo and Alexandria – Music and dance – Al-Ahram Weekly

American University in Cairo Al-Sheikh Rihan Street, next to Tahrir Square, tel. 2615 2694/01280009077 Ewart Memorial Thursday 2, 8 p.m .: AUC’s musical program presents a concert in memory of David Hales, an extraordinary pianist, accompanist, coach and teacher. It will feature the Cairo Festival Orchestra and 14 distinguished soloists. …

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THE SCOOP | The Ensemble contemporain de Montréal will cease its activities in 2022

Andréa Tyniec, Véronique Lacroix and ECM+ at the Rotonde. (Photo: Jan Gates) Véronique Lacroix, artistic director and founder of L’Ensemble contemporain de Montréal (ECM+), has announced the closure of its activities. The sad news was announced to a dumbfounded audience in Montreal during what was to be their second last …

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Staind-turned-country singer Aaron Lewis to perform at MAD

Aaron Lewis will perform at First Financial Music Hall in the Murphy Arts District on Saturday, January 22, 2022. His next performance at El Dorado is part of his “Frayed at Both Ends” tour, named after Lewis’s upcoming album. Lewis is remembered by many fans as the frontman of rock …

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Curtains rise on year-end shows and performances of the country’s cultural mecca

job November 30, 2021 at 8:00 p.m. through Glaiza lee It has been two years since the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) closed its doors due to the COVID-9 pandemic. This time, I remember we were busy preparing Pasinaya: The CCP’s Open House Festival. But instead of writing press …

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Arts workers across the country are organizing: NPR

Arts and culture workers are now embracing a wave of union organizing. From museums to comics to games, unions are turning to the arts. MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST: Just outside of Seattle, there’s a small business that makes tabletop role-playing games. His name is Paizo. And over the course of …

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Chatham Baroque presents Ensemble Twelfth Night in January

January 15, 2022, Chatham baroque will present the early music ensemble Twelfth night for “Flash and elegance” an exploration of the scintillating Italian sonatas of Caldara, Vivaldi and Lanzetti, with a particular emphasis on the cello da spalla. Over the past 31 years, Chatham Baroque has performed on stages around …

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Chic Set Christmas Returns – Henley Standard

A BAND hailed as “Britain’s classiest brass ensemble” returns to Henley to help kick off the Christmas concert season next month. Onyx Brass previously performed with the Henley Choral Society in December 2016 and again in December 2017. The five musicians are known for their entertaining and warm style and …

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Each country with the new Covid-19 Omicron variant (so far)

A Qantas flight crew arrives at Melbourne Tullamarine Airport on November 29, 2021.Photo: William West / AFP (Getty Images) On Friday, the World Health Organization officially listed the mutated variant of covid-19 omicron as a “variant of concern”, triggering a wave of panic governments around the world. And if it …

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ISCA ensemble orchestra to perform in Sidmouth this Christmas

Posted: 6:00 a.m. November 29, 2021 Following his recent epic and successful Mahler concert in Exeter Cathedral, the enterprising Isca Ensemble returns to its home port, Sidmouth Parish Church, to continue its ongoing concert series. The first event of the new year includes a light orchestral concert on February 5 …

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Mansion Tours to Benefit Hill Country Youth Orchestras |

Schreiner Mansion Vacation Tours will benefit Hill Country Youth Orchestras. All proceeds from these special tours will be used by the HCYO to help pay for music education programs for youth on the Kerrville, Fredericksburg and Boerne HCYO campuses. The Schreiner Mansion, at 226 Earl Garrett St. in Kerrville, will …

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Lincoln Aviator 2021 – Calendar of the Land of Lakes

Lincoln only has four vehicle models for sale – all utility vehicles – and that’s it. This means that each of them must be successful. Where did the rest go? Continental and MKZ sedans have been dropped from the lineup for the 2021 model year. The Aviator – a nameplate …

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Ethiopia asks Irish diplomats to leave the country

By DAVID MAYEN The Ethiopian government is apparently taking revenge on Western countries that have expelled its citizens by demanding that some of their diplomats leave as well. And it started with Ireland, where Ethiopia closed its embassy earlier this year, citing financial constraints. On Wednesday, Addis Ababa ordered the …

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Out East: New festival announced for Dalkeith Country Park

Friday, November 26, 2021 Out East will be held within the grounds of Dalkeith Country Park. Written by Midlothian View reporter Luke Jackson The organizers of Scotland’s new Out East festival today announced the 2022 family extravaganza music lineup at Dalkeith Country Park, including headliners The Kooks and Ministry of …

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Start over with breathless silence – lake country calendar

Good year! No, I have not been transported to a distant sci-fi planet – this coming Sunday is the start of the liturgical year for the Christian church in the Western world. To be more precise, it is the first Sunday of Advent, the period leading up to Christmas. Advent …

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Upper Crust: Lima Symphony Orchestra conductor thrives on music

LIMA – One might assume that a conductor spent his childhood raised by parents or guardians, composers and classical musicians. We would be wrong in the case of Andrew Crust. The musical director of the Lima Symphony Orchestra only had family ties with one music maker: his stepfather, Terry, who …

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Martin Audio LE100 helps reproduce an eight-horn ensemble – rAVe [PUBS]

A classical concert recently took place at the Tokyo Metropolitan Theater Concert Hall, with Nobuaki Fukukawa. One of the most active horn players in the world, he is also the main actor of the NHK Symphony Orchestra and a big name in the orchestral world. At this recent recital, Mr. …

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Westport Country Playhouse presents WINTER FUN FEST next month

The Westport Country Playhouse Youth Council will be hosting a “Winter Fun Fest” on Saturday, December 4, 11 am to 2 pm, in the Playhouse courtyard and in the Lucille Lortel White Barn. “Winter Fun Fest” is the first community event designed, organized and managed by the Playhouse Youth Council, …

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Martin Audio LE100 helps reproduce an eight-horn ensemble

Martin Audio LE100 helps reproduce an eight-horn ensemble Japan – A classical concert recently took place at the Tokyo Metropolitan Theater Concert Hall, with Nobuaki Fukukawa. One of the most active horn players in the world, he is also the main actor of the NHK Symphony Orchestra and a big …

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Australian Haydn Ensemble announces 2022 season

The Australian Haydn Ensemble has announced its 2022 concert season, celebrating ten years of musical creation with its greatest season of all time, including a first appearance at the Adelaide Festival, an Australian premiere of period instruments at Canberra International Music Festival and five stage performances. The Australian Haydn Ensemble …

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Here is the list of the best Grammy nominees for 2022 in pop, country, rock, R&B, rap, etc.

Home Music Here is the list of the best Grammy nominees for 2022 in the categories Pop, Country, … Wow, Kacey Musgraves really had it. She complained when her album was deemed ineligible for country and was moved to mainstream pop. And then nothing had. ABBA, with a terrible song, …

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The Philip Glass Ensemble: The experimental orchestra created by Philip Glass at the SNFCC

The Cultural Center of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation presents the The Philippe A glass Together / Music in eight parts & Other works The Monday, December 20 To 8:30 p.m. This makes it a perfect choice for people with diabetes and for those who want to lose weight or follow …

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SF Opera’s Country Club Così fan tutte deftly probes deeper emotions

Irene Roberts as Dorabella, Nicole Heaston as Despina and Nicole Cabell as Fiordiligi in Così fan tutte by Mozart | Credit: Cory Weaver / San Francisco Opera House It might be fall outside the War Memorial Opera House, but inside, the summer weather is languid at the Wolfbridge Country Club. …

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The RVCC Student Jazz Ensemble will perform on December 16

NEWS | CHARACTERISTICS | OVERVIEW | EVENTS originally published: 11/23/2021 (BRANCHBURG, NJ) – The Raritan Valley Community College (RVCC) Student Jazz Ensemble will perform in concert on Thursday, December 16 at 7:30 pm The in-person performance will be at the Welpe Theater on the College’s Branchburg campus . The group …

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Okanagan Symphony Orchestra performs Bach’s favorite songs – Lake Country Calendar

This weekend, the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra hosted guest conductor and baroque music specialist Ivars Taurins for Bach’s Playlist. The concert featured music that would have been popular during Johann Sebastian Bach’s lifetime and would likely have found a place among his 20 favorites. The first was Concerto in D minor …

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Acclaimed Frisson Ensemble to Present Holiday Concert at SBU’s Quick Center | New

ST. BONAVENTURE – Frisson Ensemble, an 11-member group that would feature the best and brightest rising stars in classical music, will perform at the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts at Université Saint-Bonaventure at 7:30 p.m. on December 3 . This is the third concert of the 2021-2022 Friends …

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Going out options in Bucharest and the country this holiday season

The second winter holiday season spent during the pandemic brings going out options slightly more varied than last year. Season concerts are listed on the agenda of many orchestras, the National Day parades can be held again, and Christmas markets are planned for a return in many cities, Bucharest included. …

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Outing options in Bucharest and around the country this holiday season

The second winter vacation season spent during the pandemic brings slightly more varied outing options than last year. Seasonal concerts are on the agenda of many orchestras, National Day parades can once again take place, and Christmas markets are scheduled to return to many cities, Bucharest included. We describe some …

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CINDERELLA to be performed at the Ensemble Theater Cincinnati in December

The Ensemble Theater Cincinnati brings to life one of their most beloved family holiday musicals, Cinderella, by local playwright Joseph McDonough with lyrics by David Kisor and music by Fitz patton, played from December 1 to 30, 2021. In the tradition of ETC’s “fractured fairy tale” holiday productions, Cinderella is …

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Outings in Bucharest and around the country this holiday season

The second winter vacation season spent during the pandemic brings slightly more varied outing options than last year. Seasonal concerts are on the agenda of many orchestras, National Day parades can once again take place, and Christmas markets are scheduled to return to many cities, Bucharest included. We describe some …

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Okanagan Symphony Youth Orchestra performs live throughout the valley – Lake Country Calendar

Cellist Angela Zeng is among the young musicians who will perform at the Okanagan Symphony Youth Orchestra’s fall concert with performances in Vernon, Penticton and Kelowna on November 27-28, 2021. (Photo OSYO) Okanagan Symphony Youth Orchestra performs live throughout the valley Shows in Vernon, Penticton and Kelowna arrive before the …

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Still Got the Jacket, New Album From Alberta Country-Punk Legends, Proves An Older, Wiser Jr.’s Gone Wild Again – TheYYSCENE

They traveled a wide and wild path through the Canadian musical landscape in the 1980s and 1990s, topping the charts on campuses across the country with their 1986 debut album Less Art, More Pop! by uprooting tracks from punk, pop and country and then scattering them in songs ranging from …

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Philadelphia Youth Orchestra Music Institute launches conducting courses

Why should a young musician also understand the art of conducting? For Maestro Rosalind Erwin, director and conductor of the Philadelphia Young Artists Orchestra, an ensemble of the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra Music Institute, the answer is very clear. She explained: “I have found that allowing young players to be on …

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Two musicians from the All-State Mariachi Ensemble

Two McAllen High students secured places in the elite All-State Mariachi Ensemble. MISD Image – Advertising – Texas border affairs Andrew Trevino and Austin Rosalez are not only on the All-State roster, but they both won the first chair for their instrument in the Mariachi All-State Ensemble of the 2021 …

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Trumpet Ensemble, Tummlers to perform in Freeport

Portland Trumpet Set Courtesy photo The Freeport Arts and Culture Alliance (ACAF) will welcome the Portland Trumpet Ensemble and Casco Bay Tummlers to its new Meetinghouse Arts venue in December. The Portland Trumpet Ensemble will perform at the Meetinghouse Arts at 3 p.m. on December 5 as part of Freeport’s …

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The Olmos Chamber Ensemble will present “Classical Hodepodge” at Unity Hall

When it comes to classical music, it is difficult to remember the name, composer, movement, opus, etc. of each piece. Perhaps this is why the Olmos Chamber Ensemble created “Classical Hodgepodge”. At Unity Hall, the free film premiere of the Olmos Chamber Ensemble will take place on Sunday, December 5 …

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New ballet ensemble’s version of ‘The Nutcracker’ is back

New Ballet Ensemble’s “NutRemix” returns for its 18th year this weekend at the Cannon Center for the Performing Arts. “NutRemix,” presented by Nike and the Arthur F. and Alice E. Adams Charitable Foundation, is Tchaikovsky’s vacation classic, “The Nutcracker,” which takes place on Beale Street. Experience a fusion of dance, …

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The University of Michigan, one of the chicest college campuses in the country

ANN ARBOR – How is it for a new classification? Earlier this month, BuzzFeed featured the University of Michigan on its list of “Chicest College Campuses, Ranked by Luscious Vibes.” I’m not sure what characterizes “luscious vibes” on a college campus, but here’s what BuzzFeed had to say about unified …

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Former North Texas Country Radio Host Justin Frazell Charged With Sexual Assault

A Tarrant County grand jury has indicted a former North Texas radio host in connection with a reported sexual assault at a holiday party at his home. Jurors released the indictment against Justin Frazell, 48, of Mansfield on Tuesday for aggravated sexual assault. A trial is underway, according to a …

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Mariachi Ensemble Gives Music Students a New Way to Have Their Hearts in Chapman

Mariachi is a beloved musical tradition, the cheerful sound of Sunday brunch filling the air of Mexican restaurants, the music that marks celebrations ranging from birthdays to weddings across Mexico and the American Southwest. But for Chapman University students Erandi Sanchez ’22 and Lino Sanchez ’25, it’s family, life and …

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ensemble Jazz One performed “The Nutcracker Suite” Wednesday evening | Academics

Jazz One ensemble captured during their performance of “The Nutcracker Suite” Photo by Jack McClellan, jack.mcclellan@iowastatedaily.com The Iowa State Jazz One ensemble performed “The Nutcracker Suite” on Wednesday, a reimagining of Tchaikovsky’s classic, The Nutcracker. The ensemble came together under the impressive university organ to fill the recital hall with …

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MANIC MONDAY | Violinist Malin Broman becomes her own ensemble

Broman, concertmaster of the Swedish Radio Symphony, came to Britta Bystrom with the idea of ​​a room in which she could “play with herself”. Byström immediately thought of Virginia Woolf’s 1929 in-depth essay “A Room of One’s Own”. Woolf’s essay focuses on the intimacy women need to write literature. Part …

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Darrin Morris Wins Big at Texas Country Music Awards; wins “Male Artist of the Year” and “Single of the Year”

FORT WORTH, TX – It was Texas country music’s biggest night of the year as Billy Bob’s Texas hosted the Texas Country Music Awards on Sunday, November 14, 2021. The biggest names in the Texas music scene have converged at the historic stockyards for the star-studded event, and Gilmer’s Darrin …

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Kane Brown makes his mark beyond country music – The Oakland Press

It has turned into a higher level year for Kane Brown. The Georgia country singer was already in the lead with nine Top 10 country singles and a pair of No.1 albums, including 2018’s “Experiment,” which also topped the Billboard 200 charts. This year, meanwhile, Brown, 28, became the first …

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Sherman Chamber Ensemble concert program in November, December

SHERMAN – The Sherman Chamber Ensemble presents “Jazzing It Up”, featuring Ted Rosenthal on piano and Eddie Barbash on alto saxophone, with live performances. Rosenthal and Barbash join a group of accomplished New York musicians including Thomson Kneeland on double bass, Chris Parker on drums, Susan Rotholz on flute and …

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2 students from the Shaler region selected for the PMEA District 1 Band Ensemble

Two students from Shaler’s area high school were accepted into the District 1 Band Ensemble of the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association. Junior Grace Cosentino and senior Erika Kenst, who both play clarinet, will represent Shaler Area at the PMEA District 1 Band Festival at Duquesne University on January 28-29, 2022. …

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The KZN Philharmonic Ensemble reserved for the Zini Art Festival

The Rotary Club of Mtunzini did a great job by reserving the chamber ensemble of the famous KZN Philharmonic Orchestra for a concert at the Art in the Shade festival at the end of the month. The concert, under the baton of world-renowned conductor Lykele Temmingh, will take place on …

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Country Club and USGA Create Lee Elder Internship to Help Underrepresented Youth Pursue Golf Careers

Brookline Country Club and the United States Golf Association announced the Lee Elder Internship this week, to introduce underrepresented youth to various career options in the golf industry. The week-long course will provide hands-on experience for 25 people at the 2022 US Open, which will be held at the club …

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I think country music is for everyone, not just southerners

(Ashley Nam | Daily Trojan Horse) Country music is arguably the most hated genre of music. Even the most loyal listeners find it difficult to listen to the pop tunes coming out of Nashville these days. Country music was created by blacks and European immigrants in the 17th century, and …

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Classic South Florida Review “” Frost Wind Ensemble Delivers Colgrass Epic with “Winds of Nagual”

Robert Caronchan conducted the Frost Wind Ensemble in Michael Colgrass’ play Nagual Winds Sunday at the UM Gusman concert hall. For nearly five decades, Michael Colgrass (1932-2019) has created a large and diverse body of work. The American-born Canadian composer was particularly acclaimed for his wind ensemble scores. In 1985 …

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SC State Farmers Market to Host ‘Countryside Christmas Celebration’ | West of Colombia

Photo from the South Carolina State Farmers Market Facebook page The tunes of the Christmas season will soon be playing throughout the South Carolina State Farmers’ Market as the Department of Agriculture hosts its annual Christmas celebration in the countryside. The event will take place on Sunday, November 28 from …

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Male vocal ensemble Gesualdo Six brings Renaissance music to life in Dallas

Highly refined male vocal ensembles have proliferated in the wake of the popular King’s Singers, founded 53 years ago. The English Cathedral and Collegiate Chapel Choirs have been natural “farm teams” for groups like the Gesualdo Six, which occurred on Sunday afternoon at Church of the Incarnation. This English choral …

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Announcement of the artists of the 12th edition of the “CMA Country Christmas”

Hosts Gabby Barrett and Carly Pearce are among the performers Just in time for the holidays, the Country Music Association unveiled performers for its 12th Annual Holiday Special, CMA Country Christmas. First-time hosts Gabby Barrett and Carly Pearce will be joined by Jimmie Allen with Louis York & The Shindellas, …

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Lebanon orchestra continues to perform as country descends into crisis

The National Symphony Orchestra of Lebanon is feeling the effects of the financial crisis in the country. The crisis has left many people in Lebanon suffering from poverty and struggling to meet basic needs. The crisis has worsened due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Beirut explosion in August 2020 also …

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Worlds Collide: Oklahoma Music Artist Jason Boland Combines Sci-Fi and Country for Concept Album | Music

Waylon’s tag team partner Willie Nelson stepped into the conversation when Boland was asked about concept albums from other artists he loved. Boland mentioned two Nelson albums (“Red Headed Stranger”, “Tougher Than Leather”) and said he grew up with Queensryche’s “Operation: Mindcrime”. Styx’s 1983 album “Kilroy Was Here” was a …

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Nu Deco Ensemble Mines The Beach Boys Catalog With The ‘Still Cruisin’ Suite [Stream]

Nude Deco Set picked up some good vibes on the band’s last sequel, Still Cruisin ‘- An Orchestral Tribute to the Beach Boys. Released Thursday, the nine-track offering hears the progressive orchestra exploring the catalog of the revolutionary 1960s surf-rock band. Always crusin ‘ covers the heyday of the Beach …

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John Prine understood the relationship between protest songs and real country music | Culture & Leisure

I went on a sightseeing trip to Big Bend National Park with my grandfather not too long ago. Originally from Texas, he told me he knew the place like the back of his hand. As we drove from panorama to panorama, we exhausted our words fairly quickly, turning to the …

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In Minneapolis, the Osborne Brothers’ Land of the Show is inclusive, but not for everyone

“No matter what makes you country, you’re welcome here tonight,” host Luke Bryan said Wednesday night at the annual Country Music Association Awards. This year’s CMAs reflected the kind of sensitivity to diversity, equity and inclusion that is sweeping the country. Not only did the ceremonies feature several black artists …

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Spire Chamber Ensemble performs works by Reena Esmail, Bach

Indian-American composer Reena Esmail used texts from world religions to create “This Love Between Us”. Courtesy of Reena Esmail “The Lamps may be different, but the Light is the same “All religions, all this singing, one song.” These lines by the poet and Sufi mystic Rumi are just part of …

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Wind Ensemble Trumpet Upcoming Concert | Arts and entertainment

Patriotic and filled with music veterans, the Lakewood Ranch Wind Ensemble returns to the stage this month with a refreshed and spirited repertoire. At 2:00 pm on November 28, the ensemble, led by founder and conductor Joseph “Joe” Maciariello Miller, will perform a Thanksgiving concert at the Peace Presbyterian Church …

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Starfield’s new concept art and orchestral music revealed

Source: Bethesda Softworks Bethesda Game Studios is celebrating the 10th anniversary of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim on November 11, with an orchestral event to accompany the launch of Skyrim Anniversary Edition. While 2011’s role-playing was the focus of the event, Bethesda also brought music from its upcoming sci-fi title, …

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Forest fires and climate change forced me to move across the country. I won’t be the last

The squeal of truck brakes filled our northern California suburban street this September morning as two storage containers were lowered onto our driveway. The sun was hazy behind a blanket of falling smoke and ash as we packed up our house, then, wearing N-95 masks, we nudged our friends goodbye. …

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Westminster Wind Ensemble to be recognized | Community

NEW WILMINGTON – The Westminster College Wind Ensemble, under the direction of Dr R. Tad Greig, will be recognized in February as a showcase ensemble by the Collegiate Band Directors National Association at the Eastern Region Conference in Baltimore, N. Maryland. Demonstration ensembles are selected by blind audition from a …

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“Oklahoma! »Comes to the Peace Center

Daniel Fish’s innovative staging of “Oklahoma!Toppled critics on Broadway when it opened in 2019. Here’s a reimagined take of the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic from 1943 that was earthy, sultry, and pulsating with choppy energy. Fish’s staging is not “Oklahoma!” The basic story is the same: a story about farmer …

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Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation awards ensemble awards for 2021 | News

The Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation awarded prizes to two ensembles: the Polish ensemble Spółdzielnia Muzyczna and the UK Explore Ensemble. Each ensemble receives € 75,000 to continue its artistic and professional development and to continue its innovative programming and its connection with young composers. Martyna Zakrzewska from Spółdzielnia Muzyczna …

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CMA Awards 2021 review: country music tries to forget a bad year

It has become sort of a seasonal tradition for the Country Music Association to do something that makes people angry right before their annual awards show in November. In 2017, reporters were infamous begged to refrain from asking questions about gun control on the red carpet, while last year saw …

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Brandy Clark Embraces New Artistic Possibilities After Country Radio Breakup

Brandy Clark’s “Your Life Is a Record” was released in March 2020, just as the world was engulfed by the coronavirus pandemic. Clark was scheduled to play in Boston shortly after his release, but of course that date was canceled. Eighteen months later, she is on tour which brings her …

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Like the Titanic – Lebanon’s orchestra continues to play as the country sinks

BEIRUT, November 10 (Reuters) – As the Lebanese National Orchestra prepared for its season opening concert with half of its musicians absent, conductor Lubnan Baalbaki was faced with a dilemma: attempting a piece for a full set or prepare a smaller version. On the day of the concert, three more …

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The Schumann Ensemble opens the ORCMA series on Saturday

The Oak Ridge Civic Music Association continues its season with two concerts in November. The Schumann Ensemble opens the 2021-2022 Chamber Music Series on Saturday, November 13, and the Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra performs musical soundscapes with soloists Shelby Shankland, Malcolm Matthews and Karen Kartal performing Brandenburg Concerto No. Bach’s …

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Nicholas Braithwaite named conductor laureate of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra

(Credit: Adelaide Symphony Orchestra official website) The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra has announced the appointment of English conductor Nicholas Braithwaite as Conductor Laureate. Braithwaite studied at the Royal Academy of Music, the Bayreuth Festival masterclasses and with Hans Swarowsky in Vienna. He has held the positions of Music Director and Principal …

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The winner of the Concerto Competition will perform with the Wind Ensemble

The Wind Ensemble rehearses in the Robert and Marilyn Maytum rehearsal room (photo by Benjamin Kohn). Exciting music and performances by soloists will highlight the final concert of the SUNY Fredonia Wind Ensemble’s fall semester, Wednesday, November 17 at 8 p.m. at the King Concert Hall. Dr. Paula Holcomb and …

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North Country Prison on the Chopping Block

MINEVILLE, NY (WCAX) – A North Country jail is on the chopping block. The state is closing six institutions, including the Moriah Shock Correctional Center in Mineville. The labor camp is expected to close in March. The minimum-security facility narrowly avoided closure ten years ago. The New York Senate pushed …

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Get ready for a rock New Years Eve with Thomas Rhett in St. Paul

For a change, New Years Eve will bring a big music star to the Twin Cities – country superstar Thomas Rhett at the Xcel Energy Center. The soulful hitmaker behind “What’s Your Country Song” and “Beer Can’t Fix” has only announced one more show in December (Naples, Florida) and a …

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Texas Country Reporter celebrates 50 years on the air

WICHITA FALLS (KFDX / KJTL) – The Lone Star State is made up of 254 counties and a couple have visited just about everyone. Bring you stories of perseverance, passion, and well just stories that make you feel good. In 1972, an avid reporter by the name of Bob Phillips …

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What to watch on TV: “Dexter”, country music, Dwayne Johnson

SUNDAY “Santa Claus is back” and just in time, in this 2021 holiday comedy. Starring Elizabeth Hurley, John Cleese and Kelsey Grammer. At any time, Netflix “Succession’s” Brian Cox lends his rugged voice and seriousness to a new two-part episode of “The simpsons.” 8 p.m. Fox Aspiring Writer (“American Idol’s” …

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Ruth Leon Recommends … Love Sweeps The Country – The Mabel Mercer Foundation 2021 NY Cabaret Convention – Slipped DiscSlipped Disc

Norman Lebrecht 06 November 2021 Love Sweeps the Country – Mabel Mercer Foundation NY Cabaret Convention 2021Click here to watch: DonateIt is, in any normal year, Convention Cabaret week, the week that every singer worthy of their glitter comes to Manhattan to the Rose Theater at Jazz at Lincoln Center, …

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Nicholas Braithwaite named Laureate Conductor of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra

The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra has announced the appointment of English conductor Nicholas Braithwaite as ASO Laureate Conductor, in recognition of his long service to the orchestra. Braithwaite worked with the orchestra for over 30 years and was its principal conductor from 1987 to 1991, conducting a wide range of public …

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How does a COVID-free country reopen its borders? These places discover | NPR News

The main island of Tonga entered a week-long lockdown after the South Pacific nation reported its first-ever COVID-19 case of the pandemic late last week. The COVID-positive traveler, who is fully vaccinated and had no symptoms, arrived in Tonga last Wednesday on a flight from Christchurch, New Zealand. The other …

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