Monthly Archives: August 2022

Woodford Reserve partners with Louisville bandleader to release own bottle

LOUISVILLE, Ky.— The Louisville Orchestra, in partnership with Woodford Reserve, celebrates Bourbon Heritage Month with a gala and the release of an exclusive bourbon created by bandleader and musical director Teddy Abrams. “A Spectacle for the Senses” is a full orchestra concert that includes special pairings of Woodford Reserve with …

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Sarasota Orchestra, the music world suffers the loss of musical director Bramwell Tovey

On July 13, the Sarasota Orchestra announced that musical director Bramwell Tovey had died, following a battle with a rare form of sarcoma. Tovey, who died Tuesday night, just a day after celebrating his 69th birthday, joined the Sarasota Orchestra as music director in 2021. “Although his time here was …

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Berks Country Calendar for August 31

September 8: • The Historical Society of the Region of Hamburg presents Matthew Dodd with a program on the stories and songs of the American wanderer, 7 pm, LGI hall of the Hamburg high school. September 10: • Delaware Valley Golden Retriever Rescue Open House, Golden Gateway Facility, 60 Vera …

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Country-Soul, Pop-Funk and R&B Rising Star Yola Comes to Boone on Her Stand for Myself Tour | Music

The six-time Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter kicks off the fall season of The Schaefer Center Presents on Friday, September 16 BOONE, North Carolina — The The Schaefer Center presents (SCP), presented by Appalachian State University’s Office of Arts and Culture Programs, opens its 2022-23 season with six-time Grammy-nominated Yola at Boone on …

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Hank Williams’ oft-covered country classic

Perhaps Hank Williams’ most covered song, “Cold, Cold Heart,” also brought the singer-songwriter huge acclaim shortly after its release in early 1951. The plaintive ballad doesn’t was quick to become a multi-genre hit, despite its unapologetic folk style: a young Tony Bennett released a lavish orchestral version of the tune …

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MK2 Films Unveils Music Video For Venice Film ‘For My Country’ (EXCLUSIVE)

MK2 Films unveils an excerpt from “For My Country” by Rachid Hami, a politically engaged family drama that will have its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival in the Horizons section. A home movie, “For My Country” is based on the life of Hami, whose brother tragically died in …

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Missing country singer Luke Bell found dead at 32

Country musician Luke Bell, known for songs such as “Where Ya Been?” and “The Bullfighter,” died after going missing in Tucson, Arizona, the Los Angeles Times has confirmed. He was 32 years old. Matt Kinman, a fellow artist and friend, also confirmed Bell’s death to country music blog Saving Country …

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High school students can enroll in RVCC applied music classes, dance ensemble

NEW | FEATURES | PREVIEWS | EVENTS originally published: 08/29/2022 (BRANCHBURG, NJ) — Area high school music students are encouraged to enroll in applied music classes at Raritan Valley Community College and receive college credit for private lessons on their instruments. The experience will help them be better prepared for …

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For love or country: the story of Arturo Sandoval

Arturo Sandoval(Photo by Alan Mercer) The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County will kick off its 17th season with For Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story on Oct. 1 at 8 p.m., as part of its 2022-23 Live at Knight series. Legendary Cuban trumpet player, …

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Police show support for Pride in nation’s first station rainbow illumination

Queenstown’s newest tourist attraction may be unlikely. The city’s police station has been turning heads after dark since Saturday night, when the outdoor rainbow lights were first turned on. They will remain on site for the duration of Winter Pride. It is the first police station in New Zealand to …

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Young Friends debutantes honored at Baton Rouge Country Club fall luncheon | Entertainment/Life

Twenty senior members of the Young Friends of the Symphony will be honored at Sunday’s Fall Luncheon at the Baton Rouge Country Club. They will be featured at the Baton Rouge Symphony League’s Symphony Ball on Nov. 26 at the Crowne Plaza. Les Jeunes Amies is a service organization for …

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Omar Thomas with the UNCSA Wind Ensemble and the Piedmont Wind Symphony Orchestra

Insight Piedmont Wind Symphony and UNCSA Wind Ensemble Share Stage as UNCSA Welcomes Internationally Acclaimed Composer and Musician Thomas Omar as artist in residence. Described as “elegant, beautiful, sophisticated, intense and crystalline in emotional intent”, the music of Omar Thomas continues to move listeners in concert halls around the world. …

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TAR (2022) Trailer: Conductor Cate Blanchett’s career takes off in Todd Field’s psychological drama

tar trailer Todd Fieldit is Tar (2022) movie trailer was released by Focus characteristics. The Tar trailer stars Cate Blanchett, Noemie Merlant, Nina Hoss, Sophie Kauer, Julien Glover, Allan Cordunerand strong brand. Crew Todd Field wrote the screenplay for Tar. Hildur Guðnadottir created the music for the film. Florian Hoffmeister …

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Cook’s Country: Japanese Steakhouse Dinner (Ep 1501)

Japanese steakhouse dinnerFOR 4 PEOPLE Striploin steaks can be substituted for the rib eye, if desired. Mirin can be found in the Asian food section of your supermarket. We like to serve the steak and vegetables with Simple Hibachi Fried Rice, Spicy Mayonnaise (Yum-Yum Sauce), White Mustard Sauce, and Sweet …

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Lubbock Symphony and Texas Country Reporter present “A Texas Tribute”

LUBBOCK, TX (COMMUNICATED) – The Lubbock Symphony Orchestra (LSO) presents a collaboration between Texas Country Reporter and the Symphony Orchestra! A Texas Tribute is a collaborative experience between symphonies across Texas and Bob and Kelli Phillips of the Texas Country Reporter. These two Texas icons have begun working with The …

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Say Hello to the Nation’s Fastest Home Internet Speed ​​Plan – in Chattanooga, Tennessee

What is happening Telecommunications company Chattanooga EPB is launching the first community internet speed level of 25 Gbps in the United States. why is it important Wow, we thought things were picking up speed when AT&T and Ziply Fiber announced 5Gbps plans this year, and Xfinity upped its Gigabit Pro …

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Mizutani and other musicians preview future ensemble

Over two years in the making, a dream is beginning to come true for violin virtuoso Wai Mizutani. With his next concert in his Lord of the Strings series, Mizutani will present a preview of original music showcasing the sound and experience of the future Impact World Strings Chamber Ensemble. …

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“Developing a marketing program is like being a conductor”

Written by Jim Everhart. The digital revolution has produced a dizzying array of marketing communication choices. These new media are accessible – and updated – 24/7. They are interactive. And they can include graphics, videos, and text. All of these things are now taken for granted. An often overlooked benefit, …

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Sidney Curtiss, retired Philadelphia Orchestra assistant principal violist, music coach and mentor, dies at 91

Sidney Curtiss, 91, formerly of Philadelphia, longtime member of the Philadelphia Orchestra, award-winning music coach at Settlement Music School and inspirational mentor, died Wednesday, August 10 of heart failure at Bryn Mawr Hospital . Known for his “chatty alto” and “contagious love for music,” Mr. Curtiss performed with conductors Eugene …

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Put on your best jeans and take part in this celebration of country music in South Bank

Put on your best boots, bell bottoms and fringed jackets, because a big country music party is coming to South Bank in September. Rock your Acubra for the cream of Australian country harvest, like this year’s stacked range The BIGSOUND Country event takes over South Bank Piazza. During two twilight …

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Singer Homayun Shajarian on tour in Canada with the Shiavosh Ensemble

TEHRAN – Singer Homayun Shajarian and Ensemble Siavosh will be in Canada in September to delight fans of Persian music with renditions of their memorable songs. They will resume “Be Rang-e Seda” (“In Color of Voice”), a series of concerts given at the Grand Hall of the Interior Ministry in …

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Philadelphia Youth Orchestra Launches Jazz Ensemble | Arts

After teaching young people to play classical music for 82 years, the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra — one of the nation’s oldest youth orchestra programs — is now expanding into jazz. The new Philadelphia Youth Jazz Orchestra will perform big band jazz compositions from its heyday: Think Count Basie, Duke Ellington, …

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second North Country Arts Festival kicks off August 31 in St. Lawrence County | St. Lawrence County

POTSDAM – The second North Country Arts Festival, organized by SLC Arts, will feature various events designed to illuminate artistic talent across the county. The festival runs from August 31 to October 8. “The NoCo Arts Festival is an opportunity to showcase all of the artistic resources that exist in …

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Philadelphia Youth Orchestra launches jazz ensemble

PYOMI is developing these new programs in pursuit of its goal of having 1,000 young participants in the next five years. In 82 years of existence, the organization has never had so many musicians in its programs. “Right before the pandemic, we were hitting the 600 mark,” Scaglione said. Scaglione …

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At Lake Caroga, Aucoin leads the entire festival in an entertaining program – The Daily Gazette

CAROGA LAKE — The 11th annual Caroga Lake Music Festival had its final classical orchestra concert Friday night before a packed crowd of adoring fans. It was also the debut of composer/conductor Matthew Aucoin, who contributed four of his own works to the program. For those who have not visited …

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The future is an unknown country for incoming elected officials

The admission in 2022 of local government councilors and the staff around them will have to adapt to the massive changes in the responsibilities of the councils, as well as the societies they serve. Reporting by Michael Fallow. Kudos to the advisors. You passed the local elections in October and …

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Vote for the orchestra’s music in the future program – The Madison Record

MADISON – Madison City Community Orchestra or MCCO invites fans and residents to help select music for a future concert. Their contest for “June Madness Community Favorites Concert 2023” uses brackets like those that define “March Madness” teams. “At this last Conductor’s Showcase Summer Concert, we held a fundraiser that …

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“It teaches you to vibrate”: the Indonesian music ensemble of UNC

The rich sounds of Indonesian brass and song lyrics flow through the doors of Hill Hall on Wednesday nights at the Nyai Saraswati Gamelan Ensemble. Gamelan is UNC’s Indonesian musical ensemble that features male and female voice melodies alongside dozens of unique instruments ranging from metallophones to wooden xylophones. The …

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Bandleader Sheldon Bair and his community ensemble bring the music to Harford – Baltimore Sun

The vanity plaque on Sheldon Bair’s bright red Camaro gives pause. “MICE TRO,” reads the plate. It’s confusing, concedes Bair. “People think I’m either a conductor or an exterminator,” he said. The Music Wins: Bair conducts the Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra. (The MAESTRO label was not available when his wife gave …

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Tyler Hubbard Releases “Dancin’ In The Country”

Tyler Hubbard album cover courtesy of Universal Music Group Nashville Submitted Fri, August 19, 2022 7:50 p.m. Tyler Hubbard has released a handful of specially selected songs called “Dancin’ In The Country”. That’s before his next album, which will be released on January 27, 2023, and before his concerts this …

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Ekka Country Music Showdown big win for Keely – Bundaberg Now

Keely performing at the Ekka Country Music Showdown. Bundaberg musician Keely Sliwka has carved her way to success, winning first place at the recent Ekka Country Music Showdown. The win saw Keely receive a cash prize, as well as a new guitar and the unique opportunity to be mentored by …

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The mezcal Century Room series ends with Borderlands Ensemble | Tucson Restaurant News

Borderlands Set help him Century Room at Hotel Congress will close its summer series of mezcal tastings on Sunday, August 21 with a concert inspired by the twin histories of Mexico and mezcal and the Sonoran Desert that connects them. horn player Johanna LundyThe 5-year-old ensemble will present “Agave through …

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PostClassical Ensemble announces 2022-2023 season with African-American spirituals, an evening in 1920s Paris and more

Postclassic set announced its 19th season, a season designed to transport audiences around the world in celebration of the human spirit. Under the direction of Music Director, Angel Gil-Ordóñez, the 2022-2023 season features a slate of bold yet accessible performances in partnership with a wide range of artists, filmmakers and …

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ASO takes the classics to the countryside

The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra will stage five concerts at three venues in the South Australian region in October. Conductor ASO Guy Noble. The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra will bring classical music to the South Australian region in October as it embarks on a tour of the north central state. The tour …

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Far North High School Jazz Ensemble Places Third at High School Music Festival

Jazz group Waka from Kaitaia College received a bronze award at the KBB Music Festival 2022. Photo/Supplied. The musical talent of a Far North high school continues to draw accolades, after an outstanding performance by its newly formed jazz ensemble at a high school music competition in Auckland. Kaitaia College …

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Wet Ink Ensemble Announces Artists in Residence 2022-23

New York based music group Wet Ink Set announces its three new artists in residence: Rick Burkhardt, Obie Award-winning theater artist, Vicente Hansen Atria, composer and drummer, and Ingrid Laubrock, saxophonist and composer. The Wet Ink Ensemble’s first concert of the season will feature Burkhardt alongside Atria’s “alien chamber-folk” septet …

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THE FREE ‘MUSIC AT THE BARN’ SERIES CONTINUES The Spiros Exaras Greek Ensemble will perform on Sunday August 28 at the historic Wortendyke Barn, Park Ridge

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 16, 2022 MEDIA CONTACT: Derek Sands This email address is protected from spam. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. THE FREE “BARN MUSIC” SERIES CONTINUES The Spiros Exaras Greek Ensemble will perform on Sunday August 28 at Wortendyke Barn Historic Site, Park Ridge Park Ridge, …

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Luca Pisaroni, Ensemble Studio and other artists to headline the COC’s free concert series

The Canadian Opera Company’s free concert series in the Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre, returns to live performances for the first time in three seasons on September 20, 2022. The company’s 15th season as Toronto’s go-to venue for diverse cultural programming features 70 concerts, from September to June, that feature artists global …

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The Tallinn Chamber Orchestra conducted by Tõnu Kaljuste goes on tour across the country | New

The Tallinn Chamber Orchestra (TCO, Estonian: Tallinna Kammerorkester) is a chamber orchestra located in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. The orchestra was created in 1993 by conductor Tõnu Kaljuste. Source: Rene Jakobson The title track of the concert, “Silent Music”, is a composition by the Ukrainian composer in exile Valentin …

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These heroes who sacrificed themselves for the freedom of the country, of which you have barely heard

It has been 75 years since the country gained its independence. But we didn’t get that freedom just like that. We have achieved the freedom of the country thanks to the sacrifice, the courage and the sacrifice of many people. But there are many freedom fighters whose stories of courage …

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Chineke! Chamber Ensemble / Martineau & Osborne / SCO, Marshall, Edinburgh International Festival 2022 Review

I wish they had chosen better music than what they played in this program of the Edinburgh International Festival. Every bit of the first half of the concert was monotonous and sluggish, with the composers failing to find exciting material or not knowing what to do with what they had …

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Women of genius – The Millbrook Independent

From left to right: Susan Rotholz, Doori Na, Susan Perry, Eliot Bailen, Richard Wolfe by Kevin T. McEneaney In Kent, on Friday evening August 12, at St. Andrews Episcopal Church, the Sherman Chamber Ensemble dedicated its concert to the work of rarely performed female composers. They opened with Moambi Asante …

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Dinners to enjoy the opera evening at the Lopez Country Club | In today’s daily newspaper | Daily Sun Villages

The Villages Philharmonic Orchestra gets creative with fundraising, bringing an intimate performance to a venue smaller than its usual home at the Sharon L. Morse Performing Arts Center. The group will host “Opera Night at Legacy” at 4 p.m. and 6:45 p.m. on August 16 at the Nancy Lopez Country …

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Country singer Joey Anderson releases an album

By Julien A. Luebbers The Spokesperson’s Review After more than 22 years in the military, Joey Anderson, a Florida native who moved to Spokane in 2018, has focused on a lifelong passion for songwriting. Anderson retired from Fairchild Air Force Base in June with two self-produced records already released and …

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QPO’s CineMoon Ensemble Turkiye Concerts a Huge Success

A view of the CineMoon Ensemble concert in Türkiye. Doha: CineMoon Ensemble, a member of the Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra (QPO) concert series in Türkiye was a hit and a big hit among locals and tourists. There are five concerts that were conducted: Mozart: A Musical Sitcom; Unravel, Broadway’Den Esintiler, all …

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Academy of Country Music Honors debuts on FOX September 13

Thu Aug 11, 2022 8:40 AM Carly Pearce to host event celebrating special winners Miranda Lambert, Chris Stapleton, Shania Twain, Morgan Wallen and ‘Yellowstone’ √ Kelsea Ballerini, Dierks Bentley, Brooks & Dunn, The Warren Brothers, Dan + Shay, Jordan Davis, ERNEST, Vince Gill, HARDY, Wynonna Judd, Avril Lavigne, Little Big …

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Jazz Area Ensemble Placement Auditions for Fall 2022

The U of A music department invites all students to participate in the Jazz Area Ensemble Placement Auditions for the Fall 2022 semester! The Jazz program offers a wide range of ensemble opportunities in jazz, world music and popular music. All instruments and all disciplines are welcome …

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Larry Rachleff, former music director of Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra, dies at 67

Larry Rachleff, former musical director of the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra, died Aug. 8 in Houston, TX. He served as Music Director from 1996 to 2017 and conducted his last concerts with the orchestra in May 2017, his farewell as Music Director. This concert featured his wife, mezzo-soprano Susan Lorette …

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Rice University Shepherd School of Music conductor Larry Rachleff dies at 67

HOUSTON – The music world and Rice University mourn the loss of longtime conductor Larry Rachleff at the Shepherd School of Music. He was 67 years old. Rachleff died Aug. 8 after a long battle with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, depending on the university. He will always be remembered in the classical …

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The Youth Wind Ensemble auditions are now open! by the San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra

By the San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra Symphony of San Bernardino 08/10/2022 at 08:13 Established in 2021, the Youth Wind Ensemble provides a nurturing and creative environment where young musicians can grow musically and holistically through performance. The Youth Wind Ensemble is led by Dr. Nicholas Bratcher, associate professor and conductor …

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Sinclair launches citywide youth jazz ensemble

Auditions will take place in person on Monday, August 22 from 5 to 7 p.m. The deadline for online submission is Friday, August 19. The ensemble will rehearse at Sinclair on Mondays from 5:30-7 p.m. There is no cost to participating students. “The way it works is basically any music …

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Pop and country great Olivia Newton-John Passes

Olivia Newton-John. Photo: Michelle Day Grammy and CMA award winner Olivia Newton John died at the age of 73, after a long battle with cancer. Yesterday her husband John Easterling announced her passing on social media. She died at her Southern California ranch on Monday, August 8. Olivia Newton-John had …

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Beethoven’s Eroica (The Australian Haydn Ensemble)

There is something poignant yet strange about experiencing music as people would have consumed it hundreds of years ago. Today, music is everywhere, its accessibility so ubiquitous and effortless but largely beyond our control. You can hear the sounds of a full orchestra on your phone and book tickets for …

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Country music legend and philanthropist Dolly Parton talks about the Imagination Library during her visit to Ohio | Statehouse News Bureau

Country artist and philanthropist Dolly Parton was in Columbus on Tuesday to support her Imagination Library, a project that sends books to young children with the goal of encouraging early literacy. Parton was the special guest at a luncheon at Ohio State University with Ohio First Lady Fran DeWine. Large, …

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The Left Coast Chamber Ensemble celebrates its anniversary with its expansion

Left Coast Chamber Ensemble: Kurt Rohde, Jerome Simas, Leighton Fong, Nikki Einfeld, Anna Presler, Stacey Pelinka, Michel Taddei, Eric Zivian, Phyllis Kamrin, Tanya Tomkins | Credit: Bonnie Rae Mills Left Coast Chamber Set turns 30 and returns to live performances after the difficulties of the last two years, and adding …

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Youth conductor hands over after 42 years

After 42 years, Gearóid Grant conducted his last concert with the National Youth Orchestra of Ireland before retiring last night. He began conducting the orchestra in 1980 and generations of young musicians learned from him. After a two-and-a-half-year pandemic hiatus, the 115-person orchestra performed in three venues over the weekend, …

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Ensemble Theater announces 2023 season

The Ensemble Theater kicked off its 2023 season, featuring 10 plays, including three world premieres by Melanie Tait, Hilary Bell and Mark Kilmurry with Jamie Oxenbould. The lineup also includes the Australian premiere of the 2021 Tony Award-nominated play. Clyde’s by Lynn Nottage, a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner for drama, …

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Local Man Hooks Up With Country Star

August 03, 2022 As someone who’s had two heart attacks, the potential for another is on local musician George Smith’s mind every time he takes the stage – and on his lips. “My wife said, ‘George, you should tell everyone where your nitro is,'” Smith said of the advice he …

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Wilco returns to Country Sound…with a twist | Features

The group travels to Interlochen in August By Ross Boissoneau | August 6, 2022 With a discography of a dozen studio albums, Grammy Awards, tours and highly acclaimed live recordings, Wilco’s success is almost a given. That’s despite the fact that the group, which appears at the Interlochen Center for …

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“Reich/Richter” by Steve Reich, recorded by the Ensemble Intercontemporain conducted by George Jackson, now on vinyl

https://www.nonesuch.com/journal/steve-reich-richter-ensemble-intercontemporain-george-jackson-vinyl-2022-08-05 “Reich/Richter” by Steve Reich, recorded by the Ensemble Intercontemporain conducted by George Jackson, now on vinyl Steve Reich’s first recording Reich/Richter, performed by the Ensemble intercontemporain and conducted by George Jackson, released on CD and digital in June, is now available on vinyl on Nonesuch Records. The composition was …

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Sherman Chamber Ensemble presents the Women of Genius concert

Since 1982, the Sherman Chamber Ensemble, under the artistic direction of Eliot Bailen, has inspired audiences with creative programming and brilliant performances. On Friday August 12 and Saturday August 13, the Sherman Chamber Ensemble’s signature summer concert series continues with Women of Genius. The Friday evening concert at 7:30 p.m. …

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Third Eye Theater Ensemble Presents Midwest Premiere of Han Lash’s BEOWULF

Third Eye Theater Ensemble celebrates its ninth season with the Midwest premiere of Han Lash’s Beowulf at The Edge Off Broadway, 1133 W. Catalpa Ave, Chicago, September 2-11. Collective trauma has not been lacking in our community for the past few years. Yet, in these common struggles, we are surrounded …

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Kelowna Community Theater Celebrates 60 Years of Success

This year, the Kelowna Community Theater (KCT) celebrates its 60th anniversary. The venue has been bringing world-class music, dance, theater and comedy to the central Okanagan since 1962. The festivities are planned for September, with the public invited to an open house on September 13, to showcase recent upgrades to …

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Big set of the year

By Philippe LutzIAugust 3, 2022 “I appreciate musicians who really enjoy not playing, listening and waiting for the right time to come in,” Schneider said. (Photo: Briene Lermitte) A year ago, Maria Schneider was, like many people, stuck in a pandemic waiting pattern. With live concerts for the Maria Schneider …

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Martin Hayes on the Common Ground Ensemble: “A directed project at the heart of music”

Irish music in its most cosmopolitan form yet deeply rooted in tradition comes to this year’s Edinburgh International Festival in the form of Martin Hayes, who brings his Common Ground Ensemble to the Leith Theater on 16 August. The internationally acclaimed violinist from East Clare last appeared at the Festival …

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Sean Jones and his National Youth Orchestra Jazz Ensemble are heading to Detroit this weekend

TRANSCRIPTION: Michael Jewett: Friday night in Detroit, the NYO National Youth Orchestra of Carnegie Hall is in Detroit at the Fisher Center for, well, their first performance in our area. And to tell us all about the ensemble, the trumpeter and musical director of the NYO, trumpeter Sean Jones. Welcome …

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NKY Country Musician Danny Frazier to Perform in Covington

In the early 1990s, country and North Kentucky musician Danny Frazier got his start playing house gigs at the River Saloon in Covington Landing. Frazier should play [email protected] Thursday, August 4. The show is to be held at the Behringer-Crawford Museum Outdoor Amphitheater in Devou Park at 1600 Montague Road. …

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Album Review – Whiskey Myers – “Tornillo”

photo: Khris Poage The country music revolution isn’t being driven by a few high-profile guys like Zach Bryan, Tyler Childers and Cody Jinks. It’s wide, multi-pronged, encroaching on the boundaries of Music Row on all sides. From traditional country to bluegrass to southern rock, land, sea and air, fiercely independent …

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Philadelphia Youth Orchestra Music Institute Announces “Phladelphia Youth Sonic Band”

The Philadelphia Youth Orchestra Music Institute (PYOMI) is committed to increasing access to excellent music education and performance opportunities for students. As part of the organization’s commitment to growth, President and Music Director Louis Scaglione announced the introduction of a new program division, the Philadelphia Youth Symphonic Band (PYSB). The …

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Philadelphia Youth Orchestra Music Institute Announces “Philadelphia Youth Symphony Band”

The Philadelphia Youth Orchestra Music Institute (PYOMI) is committed to increasing access to excellent music education and performance opportunities for students. As part of the organization’s commitment to growth, President and Music Director Louis Scaglione announced the introduction of a new program division, the Philadelphia Youth Symphonic Band (PYSB). The …

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