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All Moms and Maple Syrup Part of Local Draw – Shaw Local

Here is a list of current events and upcoming activities in the Sauk Valley. Don’t forget to check out 5 things to do for other opportunities. [ 5 Things To Do In the Sauk Valley ] Do you have information about an upcoming event or attraction? Be sure to let us know. …

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Texas Country Reporter co-hosts join MOSC in honoring Texas

Bob and Kelli Phillips have traveled every paved road in every county in the state of Texas for the past 50 years. This means that they have been to the Odessa-Midland region several times. The Texas-loving husband-and-wife duo made a career out of it by traveling around the state, speaking …

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Country arts support program open to local projects | Keeper Cowra

Arts OutWest is calling for residents with small, exciting local arts projects in mind to apply for the Nationwide Arts Support Program (CASP). The CASP is an annual series of small grants funded by the Government of New South Wales and awarded locally by Regional Arts Development Organizations (RADOS). Arts …

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Winnipeg bandleader reunites with wife after harrowing escape from Ukraine

Russian-born Daniel Raiskin can still feel the shock and disbelief that happened the morning Ukraine was attacked. The Music Director of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra and the Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra was in Bratislava, Slovakia preparing for a performance when the Russian invasion began Feb. 24. His wife was in Ukraine. …

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Texarkana’s Mann conducts Ensemble Bravura on “Finding Home” album

The musicians of Ensemble Bravura love playing together, but that’s not all they have in common. The title of the group’s debut album, “Finding Home,” reflects its members’ shared status as international musicians, said founder Philip Mann, music director of the Texarkana Symphony Orchestra. The composers of the pieces on …

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Omega Ensemble announces the composers of CoLAB 2022

The Omega Ensemble Sydney has announced the participants for its CoLAB: Composer Accelerator 2022 program. They are Mark Holdsworth, Julia Potter, Christopher Healey, Sophie Van Dijk and John Rotar. Composers will work with Omega Ensemble throughout the year, benefiting from the guidance and mentorship of Australian and international composers including …

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Mexican conductor Alondra de la Parra’s debut in Barcelona

When Mexican Alondra de la Parra considered becoming a conductor, she remembers “they were all men, old and European”. “I am happy that now young women who want to dedicate themselves to this profession have references and do not see it as strange as me, because equality is natural and …

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Shattered Globe Theater Announces New Ensemble Members and Artistic Associates

Shattered Globe Theater has announced the addition of six new ensemble members and six new artistic associates. Ensemble members include Demetra Dee, Tina M. Jach, Tina Muñoz Pandya, Hailey Rakowiecki, Jazzma Pryor and Devonte E. Washington. Artistic associates include Mikey Gray, Lawrence Grimm, Jason Lynch, David Antonio Reed, Adam Schulmerich …

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Russian-Ukrainian War: Ukraine Youth Orchestra flees the country

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Musicians from the Youth Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine joined 1.8 million refugees who fled the country. The orchestra members, along with other young musicians, were heading to Slovenia on a joint evacuation mission with a Slovenian orchestra, according to The Associated Press. …

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Pianist Orrin Evans joins the jazz at the Creative Large Ensemble in Princeton in concert, April 9

Jazz at Princeton University, led by renowned saxophonist/composer Rudresh Mahanthappa, welcomes special guest pianist Orrin Evans for the Creative Large Ensemble’s Spring Concert under the direction of Darcy James Argue. The show will feature an array of music from the jazz orchestra’s past, present and future and will take place …

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WSO Music Director Slams Home Country’s ‘Criminal’ Action in Ukraine

The music director of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, of Russian descent, did not mince words in his condemnation of the invasion of Ukraine by his native country. Daniel Raiskin called the actions of the Russian government “criminal” and the war it is currently waging with its neighbor “fratricide”. “I firmly …

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ArtSci Roundup: Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band, Space Between: Photographs from the Collection, and more

arts and entertainment March 2, 2022 Through public events and exhibits, connect with the UW community every week! Many of these opportunities are broadcast via Zoom. All UW faculty, staff, and students have access to Zoom Pro via UW-IT. Wind ensemble and symphony orchestra March 8, 7:30 p.m. | Wicked …

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Kamloops Symphony Orchestra music director takes leave for health reasons

KSO music director Dina Gilbert said she was optimistic about the future and looking forward to returning Kamloops Symphony Orchestra Music Director Dina Gilbert will not be able to conduct the remaining concerts of the season due to health reasons. “It is with great compassion and care that we announce …

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The Bristol Press – Plainville Wind Ensemble will give a free concert of ‘The Lord of the Rings Symphony’

PLAINVILLE – The Plainville Wind Ensemble has announced that it will perform a free concert of “The Lord of the Rings Symphony” with renowned composer Johan de Meij at Plainville High School. “The Lord of the Rings Symphony” was first performed by Johan de Meij in 1988. It received the …

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New Britain Herald – Plainville Wind Ensemble will give a free concert of ‘The Lord of the Rings Symphony’

PLAINVILLE – The Plainville Wind Ensemble has announced that it will perform a free concert of “The Lord of the Rings Symphony” with renowned composer Johan de Meij at Plainville High School. “The Lord of the Rings Symphony” was first performed by Johan de Meij in 1988. It received the …

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Evanston Dance Ensemble will celebrate its 25th anniversary with a celebration of dance

Evanston Dance Ensemble (EDE), the pre-professional dance company in residence at Dance Center Evanston, is delighted to present the final show of its twenty-fifth anniversary season. Throughout its history, EDE has been highly regarded for its original works as well as its adaptations of classics, including Alice in Wonderland, A …

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Texas Country Reporter joins MOSC for “A Texas Tribute”

A press release details the Midland-Odessa Symphony & Chorale will celebrate the Lone Star State with “A TEXAS TRIBUTE” presented by Capital Farm Credit at 7:30 p.m. on March 19 at the Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $32-$52, students are $8 with a paying adult or valid college …

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Baylor Symphony Orchestra conductor Stephen Heyde retires | Education

Harth-Bedoya, 54, on the phone after finishing a gig in Poland, said he was looking forward to joining the faculty at Baylor in August. “I’m truly honored and humbled. It’s incredible work that Stephen has done for decades,” he said. “Those are big shoes to fill, but I feel like …

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San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra Launches Youth Wind Ensemble – San Bernardino Sun

Nicholas Bratcher, director of bands at Cal State San Bernardino, will conduct the San Bernardino Symphony’s new youth wind ensemble. (Courtesy of Nicholas Bratcher) The San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra is launching a new program for young musicians, the San Bernardino Symphony Youth Wind Ensemble. The set is aimed at woodwind, …

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Symphony Expands Educational Offering with Youth Wind Ensemble | Entertainment

San Bernardino Symphony Youth Wind Ensemble (SBSYWE) is a new music education initiative of the San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra providing a stimulating and creative environment where young musicians can grow musically and holistically through performance. SBSYWE is an Aeolian Symphony for woodwind, brass and percussion students ages 14-21 from the …

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A concert of three returning ensembles at the SUNY Fredonia Choral Festival | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo submitted Students, with accompanist I-Fei Chen, rehearsing on stage at the King Concert Hall during the 2020 Choral Festival. The return of an in-person concert at King Concert Hall featuring three Fredonia State University student ensembles will highlight the School of Music’s 11th Choral Festival …

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National Symphony Orchestra: Music by Philip Glass based on music by David Bowie and Brian Eno

National Symphony OrchestraDavid Brophy, conductorPresented by Paul Herriott, TEN lyrical fm Music by Philip Glass based on music by David Bowie and Brian Eno Symphony No. 1 “Bass”Symphony No. 4 “Heroes” Turning 85 last month, Philip Glass, the father of minimalism, is one of the most influential composers of his …

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Ellie Consta from her set on music without gender norms

Toby Deller talks to Her Ensemble founder Ellie Consta about making it classic to pop. “I’ve always felt like I love classical music, but I haven’t always loved every aspect of performing,” admits Ellie Consta, violinist and founder of His outfit, the string orchestra for musicians of marginalized genres …

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A concert of three returning ensembles at the Fredonia Choral Festival

Students, with accompanist I-Fei Chen, rehearsing on stage at the King Concert Hall during the 2020 Choral Festival. The return of an in-person concert at the King Concert Hall featuring three student ensembles at SUNY Fredonia will highlight the School of Music’s 11th Annual Choral Festival on Saturday, February 19 …

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Elegy (Offspring Ensemble)

The Offspring Ensemble has marked the passing of three groundbreaking composers who died last year in the third of their Offspring for All digital concert series. The “revered and esteemed” trio, consisting of Dutchman Louis Andriessen, American Frederic Rzewski and Australian Ian Shanahan, were strong advocates for change, both musically …

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Take3 infuses classic classics with pop and country classics

KAREN BOSSICK’S STORY PHOTOS COURTESY OF TAKE3 and THE ARGYROS Get ready for a Bach mashup with ‘Amazing Grace’, ‘Carmen’ with imaginary dragons, jams with oldies like Billy Joel and the Beatles and a high-energy take on popular movies and TV shows when Take3 comes to town. . …

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Lee’s Wind Ensemble Presents Moday Spring Concert

The Lee University Wind Ensemble will perform Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the Conn Center on Lee’s campus. The concert will be conducted by Dr. David Holsinger, music teacher at Lee and conductor of the ensemble. The performance will include group music from composers such as Charles Ives, Peter Meechan, …

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Strung together: Ringgold’s Harp Ensemble a happy accident | Special Publications

Throughout elementary school, Ringgold High School senior Reagan Allen enjoyed music and playing the piano. But when her mother encouraged her to take an elective Celtic harp course offered in middle school in sixth grade, Allen initially resisted. “I wasn’t familiar with the harp and I wasn’t really interested in …

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Students call for severance of UC Davis conductor

Previously, Christian Baldini was temporarily fired without pay after substantiated allegations of sexual harassment towards an undergraduate student By JENNIFER MA — campus@theaggie.org Content Warning: This article contains descriptions of sexual harassment that some readers may find disturbing. In September 2017, a university investigation was conducted and revealed that Christian …

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Renounces Myer’s Shepparton legacy | Country News

Bails has taken an interest in many Shepparton projects. I never met Bails Myer but The Boss had a lot of respect for him. “He was a great friend of Shepparton, General,” The Boss said when told of Bails’ death at the weekend, aged 96. Everyone called him Bails but …

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What’s Happening in Indian Country Jan 21-28

Details Through Tamara Ikenberg January 21, 2022 This weekend and next week, Indian Country presents a beautiful mix of music and art, photography and sweet surprises. The cultural mix includes a Tlingit creation story told through glass and sound, indigenous candy hearts to share with your lover, an interlude with …

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Glass Marcano, the conductor who listens to rap

“I remember a concert. We were in the state I’m from, I was maybe 17, 18. We were in the middle of a symphony full of great energy, and a lot of character, it was Shostakovich’s seventh symphony. The director signaled the entrance with the trumpets; his face changed, it …

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The Queen will welcome a celebrity guest to her country home for a milestone celebration

January 14, 2022 – 12:19 GMT Nicholas Murphy Her Majesty The Queen will celebrate her Platinum Jubilee with a concert at Sandringham House in Norfolk. See the celebrity guest… It’s a big year for Her Majesty The Queen, which will celebrate its platinum jubilee to mark the 70th anniversary of …

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Music: The Hartford Ensemble celebrates its 10th anniversary | Free time

Note to readers: The rapid increase in the number of COVID-19 cases has resulted in the cancellation or postponement of many events. Some have moved to a virtual presentation. Before attending an event in person, call ahead or check online to see if it will still be taking place. Cuatro …

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Tulsa Youth Symphony Orchestra conductor Ron Wheeler looks back on 50-year career | Arts-and-theater

And although the majority of TYSO alumni may not make a living from music, the skills they have learned from being part of such an ensemble, as well as their appreciation for classical music, remain a part. lasting of their life. It is in recognition of Wheeler’s lifelong work in …

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Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra Steel Pan Ensemble Archives

Photo taken before COVID-19 The St. Ann Intergenerational Care Center will host its Third Annual African Indaba Ball to saturday, feb. 5, on its Bucyrus Campus, 2450 W. North Ave. The ball is a fundraiser for the Indaba Band Shell, a popular entertainment venue located on the grounds of the …

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Nine Viera Students Selected from Florida All-State for Second Year in a Row | Schools

Nine seems like a lucky number for the students of the Viera High School band and orchestra when it comes to selections for the Florida All-State ensemble. For the second year in a row, nine Hawks have been selected to perform at concerts at the Florida Music Educator’s Conference at …

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Rock, jazz and country make a comeback in 2021

Pop music has had a year like no other, starting 2021 with venues closed and ending with an explosion of concerts. Not that the music wasn’t done. In the first few months of the year, many musicians learned to change direction in 2020 and were playing concerts, collaborating through Zoom …

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The New Charlotte Youth Ensemble aims to make performance more accessible to young musicians | DFA 90.7

There is something special about learning music. For people who start playing at a young age, music can become a lifelong passion, even a career. But as with so many things, it’s not that simple, even for those with a natural talent. There are barriers to entry, such as cost, …

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Chatham Baroque will present the Twelfth Night ensemble | Events of regional interest

On January 15, 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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Okanagan Symphony Orchestra adds humor to holiday shows – lake country calendar

The sounds of the season will resonate in the valley this weekend. An Okanagan Symphony Christmas with special guests will be held in Kelowna, Vernon and Penticton on December 17, 18 and 19 respectively. The Okanagan Symphony Orchestra (OSO) holiday kick-off embraces the season with Christmas classics, featuring the artistry …

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The ARC ensemble brings back forgotten composers from musical death

You probably won’t know them by name: Walter Braunfels, Franz Reizenstein, Robert Kahn, Mikhail Gnessin. The list goes on. These are the composers time has tried to forget, and probably would have forgotten, had it not been for the work of artists such as Simon Wynberg and his colleagues at …

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Charlotte Symphony launches a new youth ensemble

The Charlotte Symphony Orchestra announced today that it will be launching a new Youth Ensemble, serving musicians ages 8 to 16, from February 2022 at First Baptist Church-West. Directed by Eric thompson, the Charlotte Symphony Youth Ensemble will introduce young musicians to the experience of performing in an ensemble while …

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Meet the young cellist Pinoy who is the pride of the country

Next March, a 14-year-old Filipino cellist will represent the country in one of the most prestigious musical tournaments in the world: the XIth International Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians. Child prodigy Damodar Das Castillo is one of 60 contestants among more than 900 musicians from 23 countries who have qualified …

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Prominent country musicians shine at the Philharmonic Hall [PHOTO/VIDEO]

December 7, 2021 10:35 am (UTC + 04:00 am) 302 By Laman Ismayilova Prominent Azerbaijani musicians gathered at the State Philharmonic to celebrate the centenary of the Baku Academy of Music (BMA). The concert brought together professors and students from the Baku branch of Moscow State Medical University. Speaking at …

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During the replay of the Eight Horn Ensemble in Tokyo, Martin Audio LE100 attends

With Nobuaki Fukukawa, a classical concert recently took place at the Tokyo Metropolitan Theater Concert Hall. He is also a principal actor of the NHK Symphony Orchestra and a major name in the orchestral world, one of the most active horn players in the world. Layered up, in this recent …

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Grammy-winner Marsalis Debuts New Virginia Symphony Orchestra Music Director

The Virginia Symphony Orchestra has a new man up front and he will be joined by a world-famous musician as he debuts in a series of performances this week. Eric Jacobsen, 39, won the role of music director of the 70-piece orchestra earlier this year following a socially distanced performance …

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Christmas concerts across the country feature Hawksley Workman, Andy Kim and all the messiahs you can handle

Jackie Richardson will perform with the Art of Time Ensemble at Koerner Hall in Toronto on December 9.John Lauener / Document Considering that most of the holiday concerts a year ago were virtual-only performances due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a return to in-person shows this year deserves all the hark, …

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Martin Audio LE100 participates in the reproduction of an eight-horn ensemble in Tokyo

A classical concert took place recently 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 player in the NHK Symphony Orchestra and a major name in the orchestral world. In this recent recital, Fukukawa …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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 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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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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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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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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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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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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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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A concert like no other: Music for All by the Symphony Orchestra offers an interactive experience – News

Illinois State Senior Alex Hibbard-Brown has been playing cello with the Illinois State Symphony Orchestra since his first year. Although each school year the orchestra performs six cycles of concerts and plays some of the most difficult music in the orchestral repertoire, its favorite performance is the annual Musique pour …

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The NSU Percussion Ensemble to perform on November 8

The NSU Percussion Ensemble The Northwestern State University Percussion Ensemble will present a concert on Monday, November 8 at 7:30 p.m. at the Magale Recital Hall. Admission is free and open to the public. Participants are requested to follow university regulations and wear a mask at all times in the …

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Q&A: Mark Dupere, 2021 State Honorary Orchestra conductor – Watch the concert here!

November 2, 2021 Samantha nash Mark Dupere is Assistant Professor of Music at Lawrence University, of which he is the Director. He studied cello at the University of Texas at Austin and continued his studies in baroque cello at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, The Netherlands. He received his …

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Virginia Native Auditioning for Music Director of the Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra

Conductor and Music Director Michael Butterman will audition as the final candidate for the new Music Director of the Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra (Courtesy of the Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra) WILLIAMSBURG – The Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra (WSO) will conclude its search for a new Music Director with one final audition before the …

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Ensemble Q with Eva Kong

Ensemble Q returned with an unprecedented “intimate evening of musical decadence”. The group was formed in 2017 by Trish and Paul Dean and is one of Australia’s most dynamic and innovative chamber ensembles. Their drive to reorganize general opinions about stuffy chamber music has attracted many prominent national and international …

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STORYTELLERS THROUGH THE SONG: Best-selling country writers The Warren Brothers set a date for Clayton’s symphony | Entertainment

Now consider the lyrics to “Red Solo Cup,” 2011 top 10 country artist Toby Keith, co-written by the Warren Brothers, Nashville songwriters Brett and Brad: “Red solo cup uh huh / I fill you up / Let’s party / Let’s party / I love you, Red solo cup / I …

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Q&A with Summerville Orchestra conductor Wojciech Milewski | Community News

The Summerville Orchestra kicked off its new eighth season on October 1 and 2 with its “Godzilla Eats Las Vegas” program. The members returned to their new location where they began performing before COVID-19 – the Summer Corners Performing Arts Center. This first concert featured the works of Eric Whitacre, …

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Monday Informer: Gustavus Ensemble State Tour to End with Home Concert | Local News

The free press After a year of very limited live performances, the Gustavus Symphony Orchestra kicked off their 2021 Minnesota tour on Saturday. The ensemble performs works by Verdi and Dvorak for concerts in schools and churches across the state. Upon their return, the ensemble will perform a home concert …

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A ‘spark plug’ for the McCaskey cross-country team, Naomi-Jeanne Main also a national fiddle star | High school cross country

Teams’ top scorers or fastest runners tend to get most of the big sports titles. Peel back the layers of any good team, however, and you’ll tend to find an unsung student-athlete who serves as a key cog in its success. JP McCaskey High School senior Naomi-Jeanne Main is a …

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The voice of pain from a country in the spotlight of the WSO

Much has changed for Winnipeg country singer Don Amero since last March, when he was scheduled to perform for the first time with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra. CONCERT OVERVIEW Click to enlarge Don Amero with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra• Friday and Saturday, 7:30 p.m .; Sunday, 2 p.m.• Centenary concert …

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