Orchestra ensemble

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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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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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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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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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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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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Talented musicians perform at the District Solo & Ensemble Music Festival

Due to the pandemic, last year’s event was held virtually, but this year the talented musicians came together for an incredible music festival. Junior, middle and high school students performed vocal and instrumental solos, duets, trios and small ensembles in front of a judge. Organizers say it’s an experience you …

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Phoenix Theater Ensemble presents the first annual Phoenix Festival: Performing Arts in Nyack

Nyack joins the roster of world-class arts events with the launch of Phoenix Festival: Live Arts in Nyack – a celebration of the performing arts slated for this fall 2022. The program kicks off on September 16 and runs for five weekends until October 16. All performances will take place …

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Close-range recordings: Caitlyn Scarlett and her ensemble share video for “Forgive yourself” (Spotlight)

Caitlyn Scarlett recently shared her new single, “Forgive Yourself,” via Point Blank Recordings. Now the artist has shared the visuals accompanying the song, in collaboration with His outfitthe UK’s premier orchestra for musicians of marginalized genders. ‘Forgive Yourself’ was written by student PB Caitlyn Scarlet and Mercury Prize-winning producer Jonathan …

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The Flagler Youth Orchestra’s top ensemble returns to the Methodist Church Music Series for an eclectic concert on Saturday

Joe Corporon will lead the FYO’s Harmony Chamber Orchestra. (© FlaglerLive) For the first time since 2019, the Flagler Youth Orchestra’s Harmony Chamber Ensemble, comprised of FYO’s most accomplished musicians, returns to the Palm Coast United Methodist Church concert series. The concert is scheduled for Saturday April 2 at 4 …

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The winner of the scholarship competition will perform with a baroque ensemble | News, Sports, Jobs

Courtesy picture Participants in this year’s Levente Medveczky Scholarship Competition, pictured left to right, were: (bottom row) Madalyn Thiriot, Ella Madsen, Alina Baron and Spencer Lyle, and (top row) Kelsey Berges, Katherine Ricks, Zach Richter, Dawson Rasmussen and Logan Purser. For the 13th time, high …

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In short: the baroque ensemble is making a comeback in COVID

Breadcrumb Links Theater The music Local News local arts Entertainment Everything and anything from the local arts and entertainment scene. Marie-Noelle Berthelet (center left), Tara Semple (far right) and other members of Per Sonatori rehearse for a Christmas concert in 2014. Photo by Michael Bell /Regina Chief’s Post Reviews and …

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Dafnis Prieto with UW Contemporary Jazz Ensemble, Jazz Orchestra – Isthmus

press release: Mead Witter School of Music Guest Artist Series. $13. April 29 at 8 p.m.: Dafnis Prieto with Contemporary Jazz Ensemble & UW Jazz Orchestra April 30 at 8 p.m.: Dafnis Prieto with the UW World Percussion Ensemble & the UW Afro-Cuban Jazz Ensemble From Cuba, the revolutionary percussion …

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Orchestra Ensemble – The Triangle

Written by Amanda Davis, Editor DAYTON, Tenn. — Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Rudd, the Bryan College Orchestra Club plays music. Bryan College students and members of the Dayton community from the Orchestral Club come together to perform music from different eras. The Orchestra Club …

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Marinus Ensemble brings Haydn to King Family Vineyards | The music

On Tuesday evening, music lovers who attend a sold-out concert at the King Family Vineyards in Crozet will be able to hear the first local performance of an ensemble that relies on a network of musician friends. The concert, made possible by the Sainte-Croix church in Crozet, will feature “The …

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Aquinas Academy musician forms ensemble for all states

Helayna Baer, ​​a student at Aquinas Academy of Pittsburgh in Hampton, achieved the highest level a high school musician could achieve when she earned a spot in the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association’s All-State Festival ensemble. Each year, thousands of high school musicians across the state audition in their respective geographies. …

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The New World Players chamber ensemble performs the music of Final Fantasy

On Saturday, March 19, Rackham Auditorium hosted the New World Players Chamber Ensemble’s performance titled “A New World: Intimate Music from ‘Final Fantasy'”. The small orchestra was conducted by conductor Eric Roth, who received his BA from the University of Michigan. . “Final Fantasy” is a popular fantasy media franchise …

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UNCSA Jazz Ensemble with Owen Broder, saxophone

Emerging Artist Series The last jazz concert of the year will celebrate the saxophonist Owen Broder (High School ’08), winner of a 2021 UNCSA Alumni Artpreneur Award. While at UNCSA, Broder served as principal alto saxophonist and baritone saxophonist with the award-winning Jazz Ensemble. The group will also offer several …

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CompCord Jazz Ensemble will perform as part of the Harlem Jazz Boxx Creative Music Series

CompCord Jazz Ensemble, part of the new music organization Concordance of composerswill perform Friday, April 15 as part of the Harlem Jazz Boxx Creative Music Series at Rendall Memorial Presbyterian Church, West 137th and Malcolm X Blvd. CompCord Jazz Ensemble focuses on performing contemporary jazz compositions written specifically for this …

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Concert of the TUTTI III Festival: Symphony orchestra and wind ensemble

Denison’s Music Department presents Concert III of the TUTTI Festival: Symphony Orchestra and Wind Ensemble. The Denison Symphony Orchestra, Philip Rudd, director, and Wind Ensemble, Chris Westover-Muñoz, director shine the spotlight on Julia Wolfe and other composers in an evening of evocative music. This concert features works by TUTTI 2022 …

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Aurea Ensemble will give a revolutionary concert in Providence on April 1st | Entertainment

PROVIDENCE — Aurea Ensemble, an eclectic chamber ensemble that explores the relationship between music and speech, will mark Women’s History Month with a program featuring Fanny Mendelssohn’s “String Quartet” and the “Piano Quintet” by Florence Price. “We are thrilled to present two dramatic, large-scale chamber works by two remarkable women, …

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Kohler Memorial Theater hosts classical ensemble Sphinx Virtuosi BIPOC

KOHLER – The Critically Acclaimed Chamber Orchestra Virtuoso Sphinx will perform at 8 p.m. on April 8 at Kohler Memorial Theater as part of 2022 Kohler Foundation Distinguished Guest Series. Eighteen of the country’s most renowned black and Latino classical musicians make up the self-directed orchestra. Chamber members are dedicated …

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Orion Ensemble welcomes guests Stephen Boe and Roger Chase for spring concerts

The Orion Ensemble concludes its 29th season with a concert program featuring guest violinist Stephen Boe and guest violist Roger Chase and featuring works by Mozart and Borodin at three venues: New England Congregational Church in Aurora (May 8), PianoForte Studios in Chicago (May 11) and Nichols Concert Hall in …

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Review: The Alberta Baroque Ensemble ushers in spring with verve, swing and new work by Allan Gilliland

Breadcrumb Links The music local arts The Alberta Baroque Ensemble with conductor Paul Schieman at Robertson-Wesley United Church, venue for Sunday’s concert, which included the premiere of Allan Gilliland’s Contrafactus, a concerto for flute, violin, strings and harpsichord. Provided Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia …

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Virtuoso Edgar Meyer and the vibrant Scottish Ensemble join forces for an evening of classical works | VTX

Grammy-winning bassist Edgar Meyer is celebrated around the world for his work as a performer and composer, while the Scottish Ensemble has redefined the string orchestra with vibrant and engaging performances. These dynamos combine genre energies and traditions for a performance of classical worksincluding a new composition by Meyer written …

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At ‘Hope in the Night,’ PostClassical Ensemble Gives Black Composer William Levi Dawson a Late Spotlight

But Friday’s program also served as an evening prep session on composer William Levi Dawson (1899-1990). A skilled arranger of spirituals and long-time leader of the Tuskegee Institute Choir, Dawson was also an exquisitely talented composer whose voice fills a remarkable silence in the history of modern American music. (On …

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Washington Classical Review » Blog Archive » PostClassical Ensemble shines a light on William Dawson’s neglected music

The music of William Dawson was celebrated at a concert by the PostClassical Ensemble on Friday evening. PostClassical Ensemble devoted three concerts this season to a project of rediscovering the classical music of African-American composers. For the last of them, Friday evening at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts, …

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Chineke! Chamber Ensemble (Adelaide Festival)

In the Igbo language of Nigeria, Chinese means “the spirit of creation”. the Chineke! Foundation was created in the UK by bassist Chi-Chi Nwanoku OBE in 2015, and the group Chineke! Orchestra and Chineke! Chamber Ensemble was founded shortly thereafter. Chineke! Chamber ensemble performing at the 2022 Adelaide Festival. Image …

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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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Wind Ensemble will premiere the “Windborne” concerto on March 30 | Nebraska today

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln Wind Ensemble will premiere Windborne by composer Kevin Day, a horn concerto commissioned by Glenn Korff School of Music alumnus Steven Cohen. The piece will premiere at the Wind Ensemble Concert at 7:30 p.m. on March 30 at the Kimball Recital Hall. The concert is free …

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Adelaide Festival Review: Chineke! bedroom set

Chineke! The orchestra was formed in 2015 to champion change and diversity in classical music and, while it’s a shame the full orchestra couldn’t make it to Adelaide, yesterday’s Festival debut evening by an ensemble of 10 musicians were memorable. Led by Chineke! Founder, bassist Chi-chi Nwanoku, the musicians – …

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Gustavus Jazz Ensemble launches its Spring Break tour

The Gustavus Jazz Ensemble is on tour in Minnesota from March 19-25. The Gustavus Jazz Ensemble begins its Spring Break tour on Saturday March 19. The ensemble will tour Minnesota, play jazz clubs and work with high schools across the state. A full list of tour stops is below. The …

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Emmaus High School Students to Participate in All-State Honors Music Ensemble – East Penn School District

Emmaus High School students have achieved the highest level a high school musician can achieve by earning a spot in the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) All-State Festival Music Ensembles. Each year, thousands of musicians from high schools across the state audition in their geographic area. Individually, the students perform …

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State Song and Dance Ensemble thrills listeners [PHOTO]

By Laman Ismayilova The National Song and Dance Ensemble gave a wonderful concert to celebrate the spring awakening. The gala concert featured folk songs and author compositions performed by Honored Artist Almaz Orujova, winner of national and international competitions Taleh Yakhyaev and Ravana Gurbanova. The National Song and Dance Ensemble …

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NWSA Jazz Ensemble selected for Essentially Ellington competition

NWSA students pictured (lr) are Gabriel Johnson, Ryan Goodman, Edward Lones and Andrew Lones.(Photo courtesy of New World School of the Arts) Led by Jim Gasior, Associate Professor of Jazz and Instrumental Studies at the New World School of the Arts, the NWSA Jazz Ensemble will return to compete in …

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CineMoon Ensemble, US Air Force Central Band Performs Broadway Musicals

The “Music Unites” concert presented by CineMoon Ensemble and United States Air Forces Central Band at the National Library of Qatar on Thursday. Doha: CineMoon Ensemble, member of the Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra (QPO) and the United States Air Forces Central Band (AFCENT) serenaded the audience during an evening concert on …

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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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LHS Wind Ensemble Gets High Marks at District Festival | News

It has been a long and frustrating two years for many teachers across the state and locally as well. On March 3, the Ludington High School Wind Ensemble traveled to Shelby to perform at the District Band and Orchestra Festival, and those frustrations turned into joy with an overall grade …

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Valley News – Art Notes: New Upper Valley Music Ensemble Goes Baroque

When Filippo Ciabatti first came to the Upper Valley, to work as an assistant to Louis Burkot, longtime artistic director of Opera North, he was already used to following his career wherever it takes him. Originally from Florence, Italy, who began his musical training with piano lessons at the age …

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UW-Parkside Wind Ensemble, community band in concert | Entertainment

What: UW-Parkside Wind Ensemble and Community Band Concert When: 7 p.m. Thursday March 10 Or: Bedford Concert Hall on the west side of campus, 900 Wood Road in Somers Tickets: $10 for adults and $5 for seniors, available online at uwp.edu/therita To note: Seating is limited and socially distanced. Masks …

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12 Ensemble at the Cambridge Music Festival.

The Cambridge Spring Music Festival’s first concert, ‘Death & the Maiden’, took place at the West Road Concert Hall on Monday evening and featured the acclaimed, unconducted 12 Ensemble, a group of super talented young string players whose repertoire typically combines both historical and modern works. Monday’s program was no …

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Young Columbia musician’s ensemble debuts at Palmetto Chamber Orchestra show | Free time

Before Jesse Kaiser’s high school spring gig, he wasn’t sure what he wanted from the music business. But when the orchestra quieted down after the start of its first entirely self-composed piece, he looked down from the conductor’s podium and saw a standing ovation. He knew what he wanted: to …

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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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The orchestra is his drums: Adam Rudolph’s ensemble approach relies on color, texture and the sound of surprise

Although he finally opted for the more poetic Resonating bodiesAdam Rudolph Was Half-Seriously Considering Calling His Second Album Go: Organic Guitar Orchestra How to Play Guitar. It’s a provocative suggestion given the near absence of anything resembling conventional guitar playing by the nine ax men who make up the inventive …

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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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Jazz ensemble ANDY OSTWALD TRIO releases its first solo album

Andy Ostwald is a Bay Area-based performer, teacher, and author of Play Jazz, Blues, Rock Piano by Ear. He performs as a conductor, accompanist, solo pianist and member of Jeff Sanford’s Cartoon Jazz Orchestra. Now, with his very own ANDY OSTWALD TRIO, he is proud to present their first full-length …

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Local Piano Students Participate in All-State Ensemble Concert | Local News

Twelve piano students from the Madisonville Conservatory of Music participated in the 46th Annual Kentucky Music Teachers’ Ensemble Concert at the University of Kentucky in February. Ray Grimm, the owner of the conservatory, said the concert lasted three days, from Friday February 18 to Sunday February 20. Students participated in …

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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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Dualities of Our Nature: UMD Wind Ensemble

ANDREA E. BROWN was named Associate Director of Bands at the University of Maryland, College Park in 2018. In this position, she directs the University of Maryland Wind Ensemble (UMWE), serves as Director of Sports Groups, and teaches conducting. ‘orchestra. Brown is formerly a member of the conducting faculty at …

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Stranded Kyiv Chamber Ensemble turns Italian tour into fundraiser

A prestigious Ukrainian chamber music ensemble is stranded in Italy, arriving just as the Russian invasion of its homeland was about to begin. Now the musicians have shot a tour of Italian cities in a fundraising effort, with concerts calling for peace. The fifteen members of the “Kyiv Soloist, National …

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The Sphinx Virtuosi Chamber Ensemble goes on tour

The Sphinx Virtuosi with donor Robert F. Smith (Photo credit: Brian Hatton) the Virtuoso Sphinx is a professional chamber orchestra comprised of 18 young black and Latino classical musicians who are also alumni of the internationally acclaimed annual Sphinx Competition – which held its 25th edition in January this year. …

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Orchestral ensemble celebrates the magic of cinema | News

MELBOURNE — The mere mention of the movie JAWS will immediately conjure up those famous ominous notes signaling impending doom. Some of us may have noticed that the terrifying scenes in the movie aren’t quite as scary without the terrible crescendo of those single notes. The composition of JAWS is …

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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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‘Don Giovanni’ by Durham Opera Ensemble – Palatinate

By April Howard ⭐⭐⭐ Rating: 3 out of 5. I would like to begin this review by noting the profound musical talent of the cast and orchestra. The musical dimension of this performance is irreproachable. All of the cast members display an incredible degree of vocal talent and brilliance, which …

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KWU will host a concert of string orchestra and wind ensemble

The Kansas Wesleyan University String Orchestra and Wind Ensemble are planning a joint concert. According to the school, the performance will take place this Thursday at the Sams Chapel. It starts at 7:30 p.m. and admission is free. The string orchestra, under the direction of Dr. Leonardo Rosario, will perform …

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Montclair APEX Ensemble Appoints Diego Garcia as First Youth Program Director

Montclair, NJ – Ensemble APEX is pleased to announce the appointment of Diego Garcia as Youth Program Director. Originally from Colombia, he began his musical training as a cellist under Batuta, an el sistema type program. Garcia is currently a faculty member at Mannes Prep in New York; Summer Arts …

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🌱 Red River Ensemble in Austin + Face Mask Meeting + PARD Award

Morning, people of Austin! Gabriela Couvillion here with a brand new copy of the Austin Daily. First, today’s weather forecast: Partly sunny and pleasant. High: 71 Low: 44. Here are the top stories in Austin today: “A new music program formed by Dell Medical School, UT Health Austin, and Ascension …

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Lenape Chamber Ensemble plans local performances

The Lenape Chamber Ensemble returns with performances for flute, strings and piano next month.At 8:15 p.m. on March 4, the historic Upper Tinicum Lutheran Church in Upper Black Eddy will host the set. The Doylestown Life Sciences Auditorium will host their performance at 3 p.m. on March 6. A musical …

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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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A tribute, from the commitment to peace (Arafura Wind Ensemble)

Darwin in 1942 was a very small tropical town living with the anxious anticipation of war, as local composer Cathy Applegate noted when presenting her commemorative work, Darwin 1942premiered for two special concerts by the Arafura Wind Ensemble (AWE) at Christ Church Cathedral, Darwin on February 18 and 19. The …

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10 Chelmsford High Musicians Accepted To The All-State Ensemble – Lowell Sun

CHELMSFORD — Ten musicians representing the Chelmsford High School band, orchestra and choir have been selected to participate in the 2022 Massachusetts Music Educators Association All-State Ensemble, the association announced Feb. 3. Junior Sarah Buliszak (flute) and sophomores Keya Upadhyay (flute) and Kyle Pinto (trombone) were each named to 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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Piano Concertos Nos 4 & 6 (Gianluca Cascioli, Resonanz Ensemble, Riccardo Minasi)

A senior orchestral string player once told me that she could always tell whether or not a conductor was previously a string player or pianist: string players always know how to convey a sustained string pianissimo (of the sort that begins Mahler’s First Symphony) to achieve the shimmering effect. I …

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Musical Review: SCO Chamber Ensemble & Maxim Emelyanychev, Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh

Maxim Emelyanychev PIC: Chris Christodoulou SCO Chamber Ensemble & Maxim Emelyanychev, Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh **** Bit by bit, the pieces are falling back into place as we continue to emerge (keep everything crossed) from the worst of the pandemic. This weekend it was the turn of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra’s …

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Scrappy and Invaluable, a unique musical ensemble returns

BOSTON — It’s been a theme of this troubled time: if the pandemic has ruined your big birthday bash, just celebrate a year (or two) later. the Boston Modern Orchestra Project – BMOP, universally – turned 25 last April. But this unique and invaluable ensemble, which, under the direction of …

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

Nicholas Bratcher, director of bands at Cal State San Bernardino, will lead the new San Bernardino Symphony 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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Kazakh ensemble FORTE TRIO surprises German audiences with Beethoven’s triple concerto

NUR-SULTAN – Instrumental and chamber ensemble from Kazakhstan FORTE TRIO (piano, violin, cello) performed at the sold-out concert at the Berliner Philharmoniker, one of the most famous concert halls in the world, on February 13, reports the Kazakh state music organizationconcert. FORTE TRIO was created in 2013. Photo credit: cabnews.kz …

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Winners of the Solo and Ensemble Festival

The winners of the Spokane Falls Music Educators Association Solo and Ensemble Festival, held Feb. 5 at Shadle Park High School, have been announced. Winners will compete in the state competition April 29-30 at Central Washington University in Ellensburg. They are: Double bass: Ethan Lotrario, Lewis and Clark Soprano voice: …

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