Monthly Archives: April 2022

The Creation (Sydney Chamber Choir/Australian Haydn Ensemble)

“This is one of the most ambitious presentations of the Canberra International Music Festival to date,” said ACT Arts Minister Tara Cheyne. She echoed comments from CIMF President Geneviève Jacobs opening the 2022 festival season based on the “Pole to Pole” concept. Jacobs described Canberra’s beloved festival fixture as ‘this …

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Conducting pulls it all together for German conductor Ruth Reinhardt, on her way to San Diego

When conductor Ruth Reinhardt was growing up, she sang in a children’s choir, studied the violin and learned the oboe. Looking back now, she thinks she was in search of her musical passion. “I loved music, but I didn’t love a single instrument,” said Reinhardt, 33, who will lead the …

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The Hungarian State Folklore Ensemble presents LISZT MOSAICS

Through live music and traditional dance, the history of Hungarian music and dance will be celebrated at an evening concert. An evening in two halves, the first part will celebrate folk and classical music of the era and be an exploration of how folk music inspired classical. The artistic director …

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5 things to do coming to Gazette country for April 29

1DEAN COLLEGE PRESENTS: DANCE COMPANY: Joan Phelps Palladino School of Dance at Dean College will present Dance Company through May 1. Award-winning teachers and guest choreographers showcase the talent of Dean’s dance majors through a mixed program of new and reconstructed dance works, ranging from hip-hop to jazz dance, tap …

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Windsor Symphony Orchestra conductor battles cancer

Robert Franz, 54, was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in October 2021. Yet the musical director continued to lead the Windsor Symphony Orchestra (WSO). “I knew I had to keep making music,” says Franz. “Making music is part of who I am.” Franz tells CTV News he first noticed a ‘tingle’ …

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AMERICAN THEATER | Ensemble Theater Co. appoints Scott DeVine as General Manager

SANTA BARBARA, CALIF. : ensemble theater company (ETC) plans to welcome Scott DeVine as general manager following a nationwide search. He will co-direct the affairs and operations of the organization alongside ETC’s artistic director, Jonathan Fox. “The ETC Board of Directors decided to hire Scott after a long and exhaustive …

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National Gazette Calendar – April 29, 2022

FRIDAY APRIL 29 THE ADDAMS FAMILY at the Marilyn Rodman Performing Arts Center (MRPAC)/Orpheum Theatre, 1 School St., Foxborough. 7:30 p.m. Presented by Un-Common Theater Company. Tickets: $25 adults purchased in advance or $27 at the door; $20 students/seniors (65+) in advance or $22 at the door. For accessible seating: …

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Take a musical journey with Wind Ensemble

CAL POLY – Join the Cal Poly Humboldt School of Dance, Music and Drama and bandleader Paul Cummings as they present a concert of woodwinds, brass and percussion featuring the Wind Ensemble of university on Friday, April 29 at 8 p.m. at Fulkerson Recital Hall. Concert tickets are $10 general, …

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The students of the group Manistee perform well in solo and ensemble festivals

MANISTEE — The Manistee Middle School band held a solo and ensemble festival on Saturday, and the Chippewas put on a slew of strong performances, recording 14 1s — the highest possible score — and two 2s. • Nathan Erlandson for an oboe solo; • Madalyn Wayward, Lindsey Gardner, Gabrielle …

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Manistee group students perform well at solo and ensemble festivals

MANISTEE — The Manistee Middle School band held a solo and ensemble festival on Saturday, and the Chippewas put on a slew of strong performances, recording 14 1s — the highest possible score — and two 2s. • Nathan Erlandson for an oboe solo; • Madalyn Wayward, Lindsey Gardner, Gabrielle …

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The Small But Mighty: the River Charles Ensemble takes the stage | Arts

Despite being made up of just eight Harvard students, the powerful instrumental melody of the River Charles Ensemble reverberated throughout Paine Hall on April 16 as they celebrated their 10th anniversary with a spring concert. Founded with the intention of providing a collaborative environment for every type of musician in …

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Stranraer Brass Ensemble Wins National Title — 4barsrest

An ensemble of talented young performers from Stranraer Brass have been announced as the first ever “Scottish Young Musicians Brass Ensemble of the Year”. Following an extensive online competition which attracted entries from across the country, an ensemble from Stranraer Brass has been announced as the first-ever ‘Scottish Young Musicians …

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The Stranraer Brass Ensemble named Best Brass Ensemble of the Year for Young Scottish Musicians

Billed as the next big development in music in Scotland, Brass Ensemble of the Year and Solo Performer of the Year seek to find the best young musicians from each local authority and independent schools in Scotland to compete against. After an online competition which attracted entries from across the …

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Brightmusic Chamber Ensemble will present rescheduled “symphonic strings” on May 10 | Culture & Leisure

Oklahoma City — The strings take center stage at the May 10 Brightmusic Chamber Ensemble concert at First Baptist Church downtown. The event is a postponement of his January 11 concert, “Symphonic strings.” Due to a resurgence of COVID, the concert has been postponed for the safety of the public …

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Cuckoos: the bird with the onomatopoeic name that cries is “an indicator that we have survived another winter”

They may be parasitic creatures with murderous and greedy offspring, but the prospect of no annual competition to hear the cuckoo’s first call is grim, Claire Jackson believes. The sketched landscape receives its first color wash. As the brimstones awaken and the buds bloom, a large gray bird appears, seemingly …

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Lincoln returns to Mabel Tainter | Country Life News

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SASO dances to the finish line, the conductor of the Civic Orchestra finishes his race | Arts and Theater

Two local orchestras wrap up their 2021-22 season this weekend. SASO dance of joy the Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra dance to the finish line of his 2021-22 season which was all about movement and dancing. This weekend, under the baton of the guest chef Eric Lederhandler, the volunteer ensemble will …

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Ensemble Theater Company appoints new CEO

The Ensemble Theater Company of Santa Barbara (ETC) announced Thursday that it has named Scott DeVine as its chief business executive following a nationwide search. Mr. DeVine brings nearly 20 years of theater management experience to the role of General Manager to lead the commercial and operational functions of the …

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Oregon Country Fair Announces 2022 Lineup – Eugene Weekly

After a few years in the Cloud, the Oregon Country Fair returns for an in-person event on July 8, 9, and 10, 2022. The 2022 lineup is filled with Fair favorites like California Honeydrops, MarchFourth, High Step Society and new artists who are destined to become Fair favorites. MonoNeon and …

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National Gazette Calendar – April 22, 2022

FRIDAY APRIL 22 DEAN COLLEGE SENIOR DANCE SHOWCASE on the Main Stage, Dean College Campus Center, 109 West Central St., Franklin. 7:30 p.m. Presented by the Joan Phelps Palladino School of Dance at Dean College. Students showcase their expertise in choreography, performance and production in this annual collaborative showcase. Families …

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Ensemble Theater Company appoints Scott Devine as new CEO following nationwide search

The Ensemble Theater Company of Santa Barbara (ETC) today announced that it has appointed Scott DeVine as the organization’s business manager following a nationwide search. Mr. DeVine brings nearly 20 years of theater management experience to his role as General Manager to lead the commercial and operational functions of the …

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Review: PostClassical Ensemble Performs Mahler’s 4th Symphony “A Wicked New Look”

Placeholder while loading article actions Spring has arrived and Mahler is in the air. In early April, the National Symphony Orchestra presented the composer’s second symphony (the “Resurrection”) under the direction of special guest conductor Michael Tilson Thomas. (That same weekend, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra polished said symphony into its …

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Washington Classical Review » Blog Archive » Postclassical Ensemble misses the mark in Mahler’s odd mix

Trombonist David Taylor performed in the PostClassical Ensemble’s Mahler program conducted by Angel Gil-Ordóñez on Wednesday night at the Kennedy Center’s Terrace Theater. Photo: Daniel Schwartz The PostClassical Ensemble tried another big hit for its latest program, heard Wednesday night at the Kennedy Center Terrace Theater. A chamber ensemble of …

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Eurovision 2022: when is it? Date of the final, which country is hosting and who is the UK entry

The Eurovision Song Contest is the biggest music competition in the world and it’s set to return to UK screens in 2022. Attention turns to Ukraine this year, which is already proving to be a favorite with bookmakers and fans alike to win amid the ongoing Russian-Ukrainian war. There are …

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Chor Leoni and the Leonids

Chor Leoni announces the first performance of his new professional ensemble with A Sound Like This: Chor Leoni & The Leonids on May 12 & 13, 2022 at 7:30 p.m. at the newly restored St. Andrew’s-Wesley United (1022 Nelson St). Bringing together nine acclaimed male singers from across North America, …

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5 things to do coming to Gazette country for April 22

1 DEAN COLLEGE PRESENTS SENIOR DANCE SHOWCASE: The Joan Phelps Palladino School of Dance at Dean College will present the Senior Dance Showcase on Friday April 22 and Saturday April 23. Creating a performance from the ground up, Dean’s senior dance students share their expertise in choreography, performance and production …

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Wind Ensemble performs at Cal Poly Humboldt – Times-Standard

The Cal Poly Humboldt School of Dance, Music and Drama and conductor Paul Cummings will present a concert of woodwinds, brass and percussion featuring the university’s wind ensemble on April 29 at 8 p.m. h at the Fulkerson Recital Hall on campus. Concert tickets are $10 general, $5 for children …

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Classic Rock Concert for a Cause in Kelowna, Vernon – Lake Country Calendar

For the first time on stage since their sold-out Orchestral Rock Odyssey concert series, The Gary Cable Project is back by popular demand. The project will perform classic hits from the golden age of pop/rock music – Chicago, Toto, Steely Dan, Earth Wind & Fire, Lighthouse, Stevie Wonder, Blood Sweat …

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Wisdom Tree Ensemble world premiere at OTCA

The Wisdom Tree Ensemble will make their world premiere appearance at the Old Town Center for the Arts on Saturday, April 23 at 7 p.m. The concert will be dedicated to global and local environmental initiatives in honor of Earth Day, and locally to celebrate the Verde Valley Birding & …

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Step into the opening night of NEXT TO NORMAL at the Westport Country Playhouse

Westport Country Playhouse officially opened its production of the three-time Tony Award®-winning, Pulitzer Prize-winning musical, “Next to Normal” on Saturday, April 9. The musical runs until Sunday, April 24. directed and choreographed by Marcos Santana, who conducted the Playhouse production of “In the Heights” in 2019. Featuring a six-piece live …

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Tambuco Percussion Ensemble, Oregon Ag Fest, Earth Day celebrations: 10 things to do this week

Spring seems to have taken its time to show itself, but that won’t stop us from observing Earth Day, attending a farm and agriculture festival, or celebrating a jazz icon with a night out. tribute to Alberta Rose. This week also includes a classical music event and a watercolor art …

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Shippensburg Jazz Ensemble performs in Luhrs

The Shippensburg University Jazz Ensemble performed to enthusiastic audiences on Monday, April 11 at the Luhrs Performing Arts Center. The SU Department of Music presented the concert, which featured the jazz ensemble playing a varied jazz repertoire, conducted and directed by Trever Famulare, Assistant Professor of Music and Band Manager. …

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Ukrainian food festival celebrates country’s traditions and raises funds to support war-torn nation | Things to do | Cincinnati

Click to enlarge Photo: facebook.com/hope4ukraineproject Traditional Ukrainian dishes will be served during the festival. Amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the United Church of Christ near Wyoming is set to host the Ukrainian Food Festival on April 24, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., to support and celebrate the Ukrainians. …

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The International Contemporary Ensemble of New York appoints a new artistic director

69 years old George E. Lewis first collaborated with the International Contemporary Ensemble in 2011, presenting a Composer Portrait concert for which he composed his work, The will to parry. Having served on the ensemble’s board of directors since 2018, he will now join as artistic director during its 20th …

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Wind ensemble and orchestra concerts celebrate the careers of longtime music teachers Gene Pollart and Ann Danis – URI News

KINGSTON, RI – April 18, 2022 – The University of Rhode Island Music Department wraps up its spring concert schedule in April and May with a lineup that includes two shows that celebrate 75 years of combined service to the University by the music teachers Gene Pollart and Anne Danis. …

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Jazz group and ensemble UMaine has invited guest musician Nadje Noordhuis – The Maine Campus

On Thursday, April 14, the “Jazz Ensemble Concert” was held at the Minsky Recital Hall conducted by Dan Barrett, professor of music theory and jazz courses at the University of Maine. UMaine was fortunate to receive a Cultural Affairs Committee/Distinguished Lecture Series grant that enabled a special guest artist to …

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Orthodox Easter: events in Bucharest and in the country

After a pandemic-induced hiatus, Easter fairs have returned to cities across the country and museums are holding various themed events as the celebration approaches. Below we outline some of the activities available in Bucharest and other cities the week before Orthodox Easter. In Bucharestthe Creart, one of the city’s cultural …

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The Oakton Piano Ensemble returns to concerts

After a two-year hiatus, the Oakton Community College Piano Ensemble celebrates its return to live performance. The ensemble will perform concerts at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 23 and 3 p.m. Sunday, April 24 at the Footlik Theater at Oakton Community College, 1600 E. Golf Road, Des Plaines. Founded and led …

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An entertaining portrait of this country’s greatest comic generation in “When Comedy Went to School” – April 21 at 10 p.m.

Why are there so many Jewish actors? In a 1970s survey, it was found that although Jews made up about 3% of the total US population, they made up 80% of professional comedians. How did a nation that began the 20th century mocking the folksy humor of Will Rogers end …

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State Dance Ensemble will perform at the Mugham Center [PHOTO]

April 15, 2022 13:15 (UTC+04:00) 325 By Laman Ismayilova International Mugham Center invites you to enjoy a wonderful concert on April 16. Famous singers and musicians, including soloists of the State Dance Ensemble, will take part in the concert program entitled “Karabakh is Azerbaijan”. Founded in 1938 by the eminent …

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Kelowna children’s band Oot n’ Oots nominated for Juno – Lake Country Calendar

The Oot n’ Oots did a happy little dance when their 2022 Juno nomination was announced. The Kelowna children’s group was nominated for Children’s Album of the Year. Guitarist Ezra Cipes said it took three years to build the album “Ponderosa Bunchgrass and the Golden Rule” released in October 2021. …

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National Gazette Calendar – April 15, 2022

FRIDAY APRIL 15 PETTING ZOO at Patriot Place, Rte. 1, Foxborough (on the Dean College stage outside Splitsville and Skipjack’s). 3 to 5 p.m. With chicks and bunnies. Some events have limited availability, so guests will need to register in advance. Full schedule, more information and registration details: https://www.patriot-place.com/school-break/ SATURDAY …

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Illinois Valley Flute Ensemble to Host ‘A Kaleidoscope of Color’ Concert – Shaw Local

The Illinois Valley Flute Ensemble under the direction of Sue Gillio will present “A Kaleidoscope of Color” concert at 7 p.m. on Saturday, April 23 at Zion United Church of Christ, 1521 Sixth St., Peru. Voluntary offers will be accepted with money going to the Flute Scholarship Fund to assist …

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In Memoriam / In Celebration: National Symphony Orchestra and Ensemble Interforma @ New Music Dublin 2022

When: Friday, April 29, 2022Time: 7:30 p.m.Venue: Main Stage, National Concert HallTickets €24 (Reduced €12) National Symphony OrchestraInterforma Set – Next SetStefan Asbury, conductor (ONS)Marco Blaauw, trumpet Ensemble Interforma – Musicians from the National Conservatory of Music and Dance of ParisBastien David L’impatiente (Irish premiere)David Fennessy Panopticon (Irish premiere) SHORT …

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SoM will host Percussion Ensemble for the last concert of the semester | East Carolina

East Carolina University’s School of Music (SoM) will host its final percussion ensemble concert of the semester from 7:30-9 p.m. on April 14 at the Fletcher Music Center, room B110. ECU professor and percussion director Jonathan Wacker said this will be his last concert at ECU as he will be …

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From Brahms to a Saariaho premiere, Ensemble Connect offers versatile and luminous advocacy

Ensemble Connect performed the world premiere of Kaija Saariaho Semafor Monday night at Carnegie Hall. Photo: Fadi Kheir Ensemble Connect returned to Weil Recital Hall with a chamber music program equally divided between romantic and contemporary. The Schumanns and Brahms were charming and skilfully performed, but the highlight was the …

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Ukraine’s entry into Eurovision wants to be “another spokesperson” for his country

Ukrainian Eurovision contestants have spoken of the responsibility they feel to represent their war-torn country at this year’s Song Contest. Kalush Orchestra, which received special permission to perform in Tel Aviv and Amsterdam, is now preparing to travel to Turin, Italy, where this year’s Eurovision event is taking place. “Representing …

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Ukraine Benefit featuring a Russian ensemble is canceled in Vienna

A benefit concert planned to support Ukraine was canceled in Vienna on Monday due to concerns about the Russian ensemble it was to present, MusicAeterna, led by conductor Teodor Currentzis and backed by a bank of State in Russia. The concert, hosted by Vienna’s Konzerthaus, one of Austria’s largest venues, …

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NEXT TO NORMAL at the Westport Country Playhouse

The Westport Country Playhouse opened its 92nd season with a bang – the Tony Prize and Pulitzer Prize-winning show, next to normal. This unique production was supposed to open two years ago, but director and choreographer Marcos Santana has kept his extraordinary vision of an already strong show intact. Santana’s …

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Concert Review: Vocal Ensemble, Room Full of Teeth, Presented by Candlelight Concert Society

Room full of teeth, vocal ensemble.Photo courtesy of Candlelight Concert Society. The Grammy-winning vocal ensemble, “Room Full of Teeth,” presented by the Candlelight Concert Society, performed beautifully at the Smith Theater at Howard Community College’s Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center on Saturday, April 9. Room Full of Teeth’s performance …

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QC Symphony Youth String Ensemble to undergo transformation | Local News

The Quad-City Symphony Orchestra has announced that the Youth String Ensemble will be transformed into a Concert Orchestra for the 2022-2023 season. For the new season, there will be more opportunities for woodwind, brass, and percussion players as well as improvements for string player experiences. The new ensemble will primarily …

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Okanagan Symphony Orchestra wows crowds with Juno Award-winning songwriter – Lake Country Calendar

Review by Anita Perry Last weekend, the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra (OSO) shared the stage with acclaimed singer-songwriter Alex Cuba, winner of multiple Juno and Latin Grammy awards. The capacity theater audience enjoyed the unique combination of Cuba’s sunny, infectious music mixed with a touch of OSO pizzaz, resulting in an …

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The Iconic Chanticleer Ensemble Wakes Up the Armstrong Auditorium on April 26 | Culture & Leisure

Edmond, Oklahoma – Recognized worldwide as an “orchestra of voices,” the all-male Chanticleer choir takes the stage at the Armstrong Auditorium on Tuesday, April 26 at 7:30 p.m. “The Chanticleer sound is exceptional, and I remember it being particularly good acoustically here at Armstrong,” said Ryan Malone, Program Manager for …

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Panama Symphony Orchestra conductor David Ott retires

PANAMA CITY — Panama City Symphony conductor and music director David Ott will retire at the end of the 2021-2022 season, the PCSO board recently announced. He will conduct his last concert, “Schéhérazade”, on April 23. Ott has served as Conductor and Music Director of the PCSO since 2016. He …

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First look at NEXT TO NORMAL at the Westport Country Playhouse

The three-time Tony Award-winning and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical, “Next to Normal,” opens the Westport Country Playhouse’s 92nd season, April 6-24. A multiracial cast is led by Wilson Jermaine Heredia, Tony Award winner for his portrayal of Angel in “Rent” and Dar. Lee. To see. Ah, who played Erzulie in the …

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Tuba Bach hosts the MSU Percussion Ensemble on Sunday

GRANDS RAPIDS — “Tuba Bach presents. . .” The concert series returns on Sunday as it hosts the Michigan State University Percussion Ensemble at 4 p.m. Sunday, April 10 at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 726 Fuller Avenue in Big Rapids. Michigan State University’s Percussion Studio is made up of a diverse …

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An eco-friendly Afro-punk ensemble will play Bangor in May

A collective of eco-friendly futuristic Afro-punk artists will travel to Bangor in May as part of their first UK tour. Fulu Miziki Kolektiv, will play at the city’s Neuadd Ogwen Stadium on Saturday May 24; the first of four UK dates which will also see them play in Leeds, Manchester …

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Stargazers (Canberra Symphony Orchestra Chamber Ensemble)

In the premiere of their Australian series for 2022, the Canberra Symphony Orchestra (CSO) Chamber Ensemble set off on a musical journey in a concert titled astronomers. Replacing the orchestra’s conductor Jessica Cottis, who is caught up in travel delays due to COVID-19, Carlo Antonioli, Cybec’s assistant conductor at the …

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Ensemble Theater Cincinnati Releases Inspirational One-Acts About the Black Experience | Theater | Cincinnati

Click to enlarge Photo: Provided by Ensemble Theater Cincinnati Samantha Russell plays Betty Daniels Rosemond during a rehearsal for I won’t be moved. Ensemble Theater Cincinnati (ETC) continues its longstanding commitment to socially responsible and empowering contemporary theater with a pair of one-act solo plays about black women: the world …

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The Spanish ensemble Accademia Del Piacere will perform at Bourgie Hall

In a new concert titled From Castile to SamarkandMontreal’s Ensemble Constantinople meets the masters of early music from Spain’s Accademia del Piacere on April 9 at the Bourgie Hall of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Alongside the pillar of ancient Spanish music Accademia del Piacere, featuring the virtuoso of …

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SOLI Chamber Ensemble embraces loss and remembrance for the last concert of the season

In the midst of the budding flora of spring, the SOLI bedroom set will examine the opposite end of the spectrum of life. The subject of death was already on the program for his April 11 Prisms concert at San Antonio Botanical Gardenthe last performance of the band’s 28th season, …

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Grammy-winning composer Maria Schneider conducts the Whitworth Jazz Ensemble at their annual concert | Arts & Culture | Spokane | Interior of the Pacific Northwest

Click to enlarge Briene Lermitte Schneider photo Composer Maria Schneider likes to push musicians to their limits. For the Whitworth Jazz Ensemble, This weekend’s guest artist jazz concert at the Fox Theater is even bigger than usual. Not only does this mark the event’s return after an …

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Busiest schools in Black Country and Staffordshire revealed with dozens of full or excess capacity

The Department for Education says the majority of pupils will still be offered their preferred schools this year It comes as Department for Education data shows more than three dozen secondary schools in Wolverhampton, Sandwell, Walsall, Dudley and Staffordshire were full or overcapacity on May 1 last year. In Dudley, …

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New Black Country and Staffordshire schools aim to reduce demand in overcrowded classrooms

An image of the proposed school on the former site of Rugeley Power Station But there’s good news for families with a slew of schools to be built in the area or moving forward in the planning process. A notable school is on the former site of Rugeley Power Station …

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Hundreds of kids from across Green Country join the Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra – 102.3 KRMG

BARTLESVILLE, Okla. — They have been practicing for months and have learned special songs and pieces of music to sing and play their recorders. Everything is aimed at introducing children to different types of music. The orchestra normally has around 60 musicians, but around 500 5th graders joined to play …

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Hundreds of Kids Across Green Country Have Joined the Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra – FOX23 News

BARTLESVILLE, Okla. — They have been practicing for months and have learned special songs and pieces of music to sing and play their recorders. Everything is aimed at introducing children to different types of music. The orchestra normally has around 60 musicians, but around 500 5th graders joined to play …

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The first High Country Jazz Festival will be launched from June 8 to 12 | mountain time

Joining together in an unprecedented partnership, the Appalachian Theater of the High Country, Boone Sunrise Rotary and the Appalachian State University Jazz Studies Program proudly announce the first High Country Jazz Festival with nearly a dozen free and paid events at 10 different locations in Boone and Blowing Rock from …

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The Atlanta Chamber Winds ensemble dazzles with its competence and contagious energy

Legend Christine Gavin Credit: Courtesy of Christina Gavin Credit: Courtesy of Christina Gavin Legend Christine Gavin Credit: Courtesy of Christina Gavin Credit: Courtesy of Christina Gavin Dahl and Gavin would switch chairs throughout the show as their roles in the various rooms changed. Each change was accompanied by a cheerful …

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“Reich/Richter” by Steve Reich, recorded by the Ensemble Intercontemporain conducted by George Jackson, scheduled for June 10th on Nonesuch Records

https://www.nonesuch.com/journal/steve-reich-reich-richter-ensemble-intercontemporain-june-10-nonesuch-2022-04-06 “Reich/Richter” by Steve Reich, recorded by the Ensemble Intercontemporain conducted by George Jackson, scheduled for June 10th on Nonesuch Records Nonesuch Records Releases Steve Reich’s First Recording Reich/Richterperformed by the Ensemble intercontemporain and conducted by George Jackson, on June 10, 2022, the vinyl is scheduled for August 5. The …

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UNCSA Wind Ensemble in concert: Of Our New Day Begun

Emerging Artist Series UNCSA presents premieres of marching and cotillion arrangements for wind band recently commissioned by Francis “Frank” Johnson, one of New England’s most respected and sought-after bandleaders in the early of the 19th century. Johnson wrote over 200 works and was a pioneer for young nation musicians of …

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Don’t miss Mazaher Ensemble’s concert at TCC – Theater – Al-Ahram Weekly

Arabic Music Institute 22 rue Ramsis, tel. 02 2574 3373 Sun 10, 9.30 p.m.: The Set of Arab musical heritage in a repertoire of classical Arabic songs. Beit Al SeheimiAl-Muaaz St, Al-Darb Al-Asfar Alley, Al-Gamalya District, Tel 02 2787 8865Every Sunday, 7 p.m.: La Troupe du Nil for folk instruments, …

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CONCERT PREVIEW: Double Bass Ensemble to play Britten, Bartok, Balch, Balliett at the Linde Center

Double bassist Edward Kass will perform with six other bass players at the Linde Center in Tanglewood on Sunday, April 10 at 3 p.m. Photo courtesy of the artist LENOX — Double bass ensembles are a thing — rare but not unheard of — because the sound of six or …

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The first High Country Jazz Festival will be launched from June 8 to 12 | News

Artist Delfeayo Marsalis will perform at the first High Country Jazz Festival. Photo courtesy Appalaches Theater BOONE – Joining together in an unprecedented partnership, the Appalachian Theater of the High Country, Boone Sunrise Rotary and the Appalachian State University Jazz Studies Program proudly announce the first High Country Jazz Festival …

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Launch of the first High Country Jazz Festival from June 8 to 12; Delfeayo Marsalis, NY Voices and Stephen Gordon headline events

Joining together in an unprecedented partnership, the Appalachian Theater of the High Country (ATHC), Boone Sunrise Rotary and Appalachian State University’s Jazz Studies Program proudly announce the first Up Country Jazz Festival with nearly a dozen free and paid events at ten different locations in Boone and Blowing Rock from …

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LIMA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA MUSIC DIRECTOR TO VISIT AREA HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS – Mercer County Outlook

Lima, OH (April 4, 2022) – The Musical Director of the Lima Symphony Orchestra Andrew Crust will visit area high school students on April 6 and 8 to share his experiences as a musician and bandleader, including his training, work, and national and international travels. Students will have the opportunity …

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Westport Country Playhouse cancels April 5 preview performance of NEXT TO NORMAL due to technical issues

Due to technical issues, Westport Country Playhouse has canceled the first preview performance of the pop/rock musical ‘Next to Normal’ on Tuesday April 5 and is rescheduling ticket holders for future performances of their choosing. Previews will now begin from Wednesday, April 6 through Friday, April 8. Opening night will …

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Mardi Musicale du Grand Pontiac to present Bellissima! Handbell Ensemble – Daily Tribune

Le Mardi Musical du Grand Pontiac will present a program combined with the Bellissima! Handbell Ensemble under the direction of Judy Phillips and pianist Helen Bryant. The public is invited to attend this event at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 12, in Fellowship Hall at Central United Methodist Church, 3882 …

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Country Music Royalty Rosanne Cash will perform at the Schaefer Center in Boone on April 9 | News

STAFF REPORT BOONE, NC — The Schaefer Center Presents series, presented by Appalachian State University’s Office of Arts and Culture Programs, welcomes award-winning singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash to Boone on Saturday, April 9 at 7 p.m. The iconic Americana artist will close out the 2021-22 season with a concert spanning new …

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UK Percussion Ensemble presents its spring concert on April 10

LEXINGTON, Kentucky (April 4, 2022) — The University of Kentucky Percussion Ensemble, under the direction of James Campbell, will perform its Spring Concert at 1 p.m. on Sunday, April 10 in the Recital Hall of the Singletary Center for the Arts. The concert will feature Paul Deatherage as the drum …

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