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How the Musical Scrubs Created the Musical Episode of Grey’s Anatomy

The two medical TV shows Scrubs and Grey’s Anatomy had musical episodes, here’s how the Scrubs influenced by music Grey’s Anatomy‘s. As the two told the stories and daily lives of hospital workers, Scrubs and Grey’s Anatomy belong to very different genres, and despite this, both have managed to include …

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A film is an attempt to create something unique – Director Kumar Shahani

Kumar Shahani is one of India’s most avant-garde directors. If Mani Kaul’s first film “Uski Roti” [His Bread] and Mrinal Sen’s ‘Bhuvan Shome’ launched the new cinema movement in India, Shahani’s feature debut ‘Maya Darpan’ [Mirror of Illusions], released in 1972, is a classic of parallel cinema. His films are …

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‘Sounds Past and Present’ Coming to the Civic Center

LIMA — The Lima Symphony Orchestra will return to the Veterans Memorial Civic Center with a new show at 7:30 p.m. Friday, and it promises to be something audiences may not expect. “Past and Present Sounds,” featuring solo cellist Henry Shapard, will feature several pieces spanning multiple genres and eras …

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A large canvas of 16th century Spain

CHICAGO—“Don Carlos” is considered by many opera lovers to be Verdi’s greatest work, and for good reason. In this opera, the legendary Italian composer, always a moral realist, psychoanalyzes larger-than-life characters, exposes their motivations, and delves into the conflict between their personal responsibility and society’s expectations. Verdi juxtaposes politics, history …

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Internationally renowned soloists light up the stage with exciting programs led by HK Music Director Phil Jaap Van Zweden

From November to December 2022, the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (HIK Phil) will present a superb line-up led by HK Phil’s Music Director, Jaap van Zweden. Four virtuoso artists – HK Phil Concertmaster Jing Wang, cellist Jan Vogler, violinist Akiko Suwanai and pianist Niu Niu – will join Jaap at …

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Mombasa: Nelson Tiger, director of Gospel video, goes bankrupt and resorts to begging in the streets

Five years ago, Nelson Ominde, aka Director Tiger, was a revered name in the East African gospel music industry, having directed music videos for several artists including songbird Gloria Muliro. Mombasa: Gospel music director Nelson Tiger goes bankrupt and resorts to street beggingSource: UGC The good times seem to be …

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JBU Students Produce Classic Musical “She Loves Me” Nov. 3-5

You may not know the story as “She Loves Me,” but millions of Americans fell in love with the story through the 1998 movie “You’ve Got Mail.” Based on a 1937 Hungarian play, “Perfumery,” the 1963 musical follows the romance of George and Amalia, who know each other at work …

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Karen Peterson Dancers first commissioned at Forward Motion Dance Festival

Empty chairs serve as the centerpiece for Victoria Marks’ ‘Time-Being’, created for Karen Peterson Dancers, which will be performed as part of the Forward Motion Dance Festival at the Miami-Dade County Auditorium. Courtesy of Lisa Nalvin Physically Integrated (PI) dance brings together dancers with and without disabilities in choreographies that …

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Cellist Solos with Fayetteville Overture Symphony

Elsewhere in entertainment, events and the arts: MUSIC: cello concerto Cellist Julian Schwarz solos with the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas and Music Director Paul Haas in Dmitri Shostakovich’s “Cello Concerto No. 1” to open the orchestra’s 2022-23 season, 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Baum Walker Hall at the Walton Arts Center, …

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Opera UI: The Star | Arts & Culture

Production of L’Étoile by the IU Opera Theater (Photo by Sarah Jensvold Slover, courtesy IU Opera Theatre) IU Jacobs School of Music Opera Theater presents The star (The Lucky Star) by Emmanuel Chabrier, his sophisticated but completely wacky comic opera. When Shakespeare coined the term “starstruck lovers”, he certainly didn’t …

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Music director Sapan Sengupta dies aged 90

Music director Sapan Sengupta dies aged 90 HIGHLIGHTS Music director Sapan Sengupta has passed away He died on Saturday The musical director was 90 years old Sapan-Jagmohan is the most famous Bollywood songwriting duo of the 1960s and 1970s. They created some amazing songs for the audience. However, the duo …

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Cate Blanchett on the role of ‘Tár’: ‘Music is often the starting point for me’

About an hour after seeing “Tár”, I received a text from the friend who had joined me for the screening. Fresh out of our two-and-a-half-hour immersion into the collapsing world of conductor-composer Lydia Tár — played by Cate Blanchett — my friend set off in search of some of Tár’s …

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Director of the UConn Dreaming up Concert Series Wind Ensemble in Red, White and Blue

Janet Song Kim describes their new position as Director of the UConn Wind Ensemble as a dream job, one that leaves room for personal creativity and student instruction, as well as the opportunity for community outreach. The fresh start could explain the momentum behind the four-part concert series, “American Dream,” …

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New WSO music festival breaks out of its waiting pattern – Winnipeg Free Press

The Winnipeg New Music Festival will aim for the skies in 2023 after two years spent mostly on the tarmac. The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra’s signature event includes a partnership with the Royal Aviation Museum Western Canada, which will host two of the festival’s six concerts from January 26 to February …

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Music Director Candidate Paul Haas to Conduct “Still Points & Turning Worlds” with Guest Pianist Awadagin Pratt

Paul Haas, the second nominee for the Winston-Salem Symphony Orchestra’s search for a new music director, will be guest conductor for the orchestra’s Classics Series concert “Still Points & Turning Worlds.” Concerts on October 8 and 9 will highlight the music of Beethoven, Prokofiev and acclaimed contemporary composer Jessie Montgomery. …

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Carnegie Hall and WQXR will present the 12th season of “Carnegie Hall Live” with the São Paulo Symphony Orchestra and more

WQXR and Carnegie Hall unite to present the 2022-2023 season of Carnegie Hall Live, a series of live concert broadcasts, hosted by WQXR’s Jeff Spurgeon and WNYC’s John Schaefer. The season opens Thursday, September 29 at 7 p.m. ET with the Carnegie Hall Opening Gala Performance of the Philadelphia Orchestra …

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Halloween Stage Fright Cabaret on the Apollo Stage for the first time | Journal-news

MARTINSBURG— A new Halloween event is coming to downtown Martinsburg this fall. Stage Fright Cabaret will be presented this weekend at the historic Apollo Civic Theater. The shows will take place at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday. Heather Lee Perry, Artistic Director …

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Bach angles, rounds, a toast!

Something of a party on BSO’s opening night delighted the masses of music lovers with a convenient new start time of 7:30 am on Thursday nights at Symphony Hall. American pianist Awadagin Pratt made his BSO debut in the work of American composer Jessie Montgomery Sleeves wrote for him, and …

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A Resounding Coda: The Queen’s Funeral Music Was Both Solemn and Sublime | Music

Jhe Queen’s state funeral was an affair of musical contrasts. Outside in the streets echoed the bagpipes, the ringing bells, the massed orchestras, the solemn stampings and marches of Beethoven, Chopin and Mendelssohn, as huge processions snaked slowly through London. Inside Westminster Abbey, the pomp was tempered by reflections on …

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Arts scene: Tulsa Symphony opens the season with a gala | Arts & Theater

The Tulsa Symphony Orchestra will open its 2022-23 season in style with a gala pre-concert on Saturday, September 24, featuring acclaimed pianist Natasha Paremski and guest conductor Marcelo Lehninger. The concert, which begins at 8 p.m. at Tulsa PAC, 101 E. Third St., will feature Paremsky as the soloist in …

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Camerimage will pay tribute to music video director Hype Williams

EnergaCamerimage, the film festival focused on cinematography, will crown director Hype Williams with its award for achievement in music video. The annual festival, celebrating its 30e edition, will take place from November 12 to 19 in Torun, Poland. Williams has collaborated with a who’s who of top artists and bands …

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SAU Theater launches “A year with frog and toad” | local entertainment

The Southern Arkansas University Theater Department opens its 2022-2023 season with “A Year with Frog and Toad,” at the Harton Theater September 22-25. The theater department will be providing a free performance of “A Year with Frog and Toad” on Family Day this year. Based on Arnold Lobel’s children’s books, …

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Music video director Lumba dies suddenly at UHWI

Popular Music Video Director, Tevin ‘Lumba’ Taylor. (Picture: Contribution) ST ANDREW, Jamaica – The dancehall music fraternity mourns the sudden death of famed music video director, Tevin ‘Lumba’ Taylor of Blacq Road Media Films. Taylor died suddenly on Sunday morning after falling ill hours earlier. “Right now it’s a big …

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My projects for the Academy of Early Music

Academy of Ancient Music has unveiled plans for its new Cambridge series, following the success of its inaugural season under music director Laurence Cummings. The orchestra will present a year-long exploration of the environment and our place in it, titled “The Voice of Nature”. musical director of the Academy of …

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Vallejo Symphony’s 90th season features new, old and jazzy sounds – Times-Herald

Music is many different things to different people, it’s true, but Plato saw music as “a moral law”, giving “soul to the universe, wings to the spirit, flight to the imagination , and charm and cheerfulness to life and everything”. ” One of the reasons Western classical music has been …

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Marching bands trade their scores for smartphone apps

In the three years Colton Williams played bass drum in the Emory & Henry College marching band, he saw tons of sheet music and performance notes thrown at the end of each season. But now his group joins several others across the country who have replaced paper with smartphone apps …

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Raleigh Arts Preview: 4 Best Things To Do This Fall

The International Bluegrass Music Association festival returns to downtown Raleigh September 30-October 1. Photo courtesy of Rob Laughter/Visit Raleigh Autumn is near, which also means the return of outdoor festivals that won’t leave you sunburned and sweaty (hopefully). Here’s our fall arts preview guide. 1. Discover a festival The International …

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Mozart masterpieces featured at St. Charles Singers wrap-up concerts this weekend

The St. Charles Singers, led by Founder and Music Director Jeffrey Hunt, will wrap up their decade-long Mozart Journey project with concerts August 27-28, 2022 in St. Charles, Illinois, featuring two of the most sacred choirs loved by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. works, a famous opera aria and a first dramatic …

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A music teacher will perform his show INFAMOUS THE MUSICAL at St. Edward High School

Infamous the Musical is set to premiere as a stage concert in September at St. Edward High School in Lakewood, Ohio. Infamous is a musical account of the events leading up to the assassination of Abraham Lincoln and the subsequent manhunt for his killer, John Wilkes Booth. Infamous The Musical …

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Official IMAX trailer for “Renée Fleming’s Cities That Sing” live event

Official IMAX trailer for “Renée Fleming’s Cities That Sing” live event by Alex Billington August 21, 2022Source: Youtube “Paris is the beating heart of the mixture of all the arts.” IMAX has released an official trailer for a live music experience called The Singing Cities by Renée Fleming, screened in …

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The iconic musical “Beauty and the Beast” on stage at the Angelo Civic Theater

You can be a guest and see the beloved classic come to life on September 9. SAN ANGELO, Texas – Disney’s iconic ‘Beauty and the Beast’ has been a household name since its first theatrical release in 1991. Beginning September 9, a live musical production of the show will take …

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Vijay will never join this famous musical director..?

Vijay will never join this famous musical director..!? Tamil film actors past and present have captivated people through music. The practice of having one’s own composer continues to this day. Even though ilayaraja has composed music for many heroes, Ramarajan comes to mind as ilayaraja but there are still some …

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Minnesota piano giant Butch Thompson dies at 78

He was tall with a distinguished mustache and magic fingers. Long fingers that traveled down the Mississippi River and connected to New Orleans. Butch Thompson was a musical giant from Minnesota, the original pianist of “A Prairie Home Companion” on the radio, a stride and ragtime piano expert who consulted …

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“Women have to stand up for themselves,” says Jasmeet K Reen, director of Darlings, a dark comedy on: The Tribune India

Nonika Singh “We have not taken the issue of domestic violence lightly, nor do we advocate male bashing. Our message is very clear. These words from Jasmeet K Reen should be a fitting rebuttal to the tribe of naysayers and trollers who question the premises of her directorial debut Darlings. …

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Muncie Civic season opener of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ begins August 12 — Muncie Journal

By Michele Kinsey— MUNCIE, IN — The Muncie Civic Theater will open its 2022-23 season with a “tale as old as time.” “Guests” of all ages are invited to “Beauty and the Beast” on the main stage from August 12-14, September 19-21, 26-28 and September 1-4. Performances on Thursday, Friday …

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Chicago Classical Review » » William Jon Gray 1955-2022

By Lawrence A. Johnson William Jon Gray, choir director of Music of the Baroque from 2010 to 2019, died on July 27 in hospice care, aged 66. The cause of death was not disclosed. The fortunes of the MOB Chorus were not at their peak when Gray took over the …

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The Evanston Symphony Orchestra will help celebrate Wilmette’s 150th birthday

Submitted by the Evanston Symphony Orchestra Evanston, IL – The Evanston Symphony Orchestra will for the second consecutive year perform a special Pops concert at the Wallace Bowl at Gillson Park in Wilmette, Illinois on Wednesday, August 24, 2022. The Evanston Symphony Orchestra performs in 2021 at Gilson Park (Photo …

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Opera’s BME mentorship program is a ‘game changer’

The Royal Opera House Orchestra has launched a ground-breaking pilot program for young musicians from under-represented backgrounds, to provide mentorship tailored to the needs of participants while enhancing skills, insight and training in the field of classical music. The project, aimed at people between the ages of 18 and 25, …

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Tony Award-winning CABARET is coming to Metropolis in September

Cabaret, Broadway musical classic and blockbuster movie, recreates the decadent and complicated world of Berlin in 1929 at the Metropolis Performing Arts Center from September 15 to October 22, 2022. Willkommen, Bienvenue, Welcome… to Cabaret, Kander and Ebb’s legendary musical masterpiece about British nightclub singer Sally Bowles, American writer Cliff …

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Das Rheingold review – no ring, no gold, but child abuse and abduction drive Bayreuth’s new Ring | Opera

Owho knew? Wagner’s monumental Ring cycle is not a saga of gold, power and love after all. That was just what the composer thought. In fact, The Ring is a story of child abduction and dehumanization. At least that’s what Austrian director Valentin Schwarz seems to be saying in the …

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PERSONALITIES: The objective of the new musical director is to strengthen the group |

VERNON — Stepping onto the Rockville High School Music Program conductor’s podium will be a new face — Raymond Sinclair. Starting this fall, he will teach combined band classes and music technology classes, and said he hopes to start AP music theory and piano or guitar lessons. Sinclair moved to …

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Peermusic – Creative Director (USA)

We are looking for a Creative Director in the Film & TV Sync department based in our Burbank, CA office. Summary We are an active and dynamic independent music publisher. The Creative Director should have connections in the film/TV community, trailers, games music supervisors and content creators. You must be …

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Review: West Edge Opera unearths a thrilling and unknown masterpiece to open its season

Renée Rapier (center) as Ariadne in “Ariane et Barbe-Bleu” by Paul Dukas at the West Edge Opera Photo: Cory Weaver/West Edge Opera Bluebeard, according to old folk legend, had an unusual fetish. He would marry young women and bring them back to his castle, where the locked rooms were full …

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Its warmth lingers: The Tribune India

Vinod Segal “Sometimes you’ll never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory.” — Theodore Seuss As I try to understand that legendary singer Bhupinder Singh is no more, floodgates of memories are opening. I remember when I first saw him in the 1970s. An …

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New cast announced for Broadway-Aimed Sing Street

Regional News New cast announced for Broadway-Aimed street sing The musical, which sold out Off-Broadway in 2019, will play at the Huntington Theater in Boston. “We’re back in the dream!” street sing, which has seen its Broadway arc stalled by the COVID-19 pandemic, announced new lineup ahead of its Boston …

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Wheaton Municipal Band Welcomes Guest Conductor Jay Gephart, Director of Perdue University Bands

In the tradition of welcoming guest conductors to the podium, the Wheaton Municipal Band has invited Professor Jay S. Gephart to conduct the band on Thursday, July 21. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. at Memorial Park in downtown Wheaton. Gephart is the director of groups at Purdue University in …

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Native Music Director of the Austin County Symphonic Band

July 16 – After extensive research, the Austin Symphonic Band has announced the appointment of Pottsville native Kyle R. Glaser as the new Music Director of the Austin Symphonic Band. Glaser is only the fourth musical director since the group’s formation in 1981, following in the footsteps of Frank Simon …

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Secretly Group – General Manager of Radio, North America (USA)

Title: General Manager of Radio, North AmericaStatus: full timeHours: 40/week, Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.Location: Bloomington, Brooklyn, Chicago, Los AngelesReports to: Vice President of Operations, Americas GROUP SECRETLY Secretly Group is a major independent music company. Its major divisions include record labels Dead Oceans, Jagjaguwar, Saddest Factory …

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Sarasota Orchestra music director dies of cancer

SARASOTA, Fla. (WWSB) — Bramwell Tovey, Music Director of the Sarasota Orchestra, has died, the orchestra announced Wednesday. Diagnosed with a rare form of sarcoma in May 2019, Tovey underwent surgery in 2021 which briefly left him cancer-free. In January, the cancer returned. Tovey had been in poor health for …

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Summer Stage Wooster’s “The Music Man” premieres July 23.

WOOSTER — Sheryl Villegas fell in love with the experiences and people that make Summer Stage Wooster feel like family. So when the 2019 production of “The Music Man” was postponed, Villegas said she felt terrible. “I was waiting and hoping,” Villegas said. “I think there was a resurgence of …

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Legendary musical director Alam Khan has passed away

Legendary musical director and composer Alam Khan died Friday in Dhaka at the age of 79. The five-time National Film Award-winning music director breathed his last around 11:30 a.m., his family said. “Father has gone on the eternal journey. Inna lillahi Wa Inna Ilaihi Rajiun (Quranic order used by Muslims …

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How to watch Macy’s 4th of July 2022 fireworks show today (7/4/22): time, channel, free live stream

You don’t have to travel to New York to see Macy’s July 4, 2022 fireworks show — the annual show will be televised. The show will be televised from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Monday, July 4, 2022 on NBC and Peacock. The fireworks are at 9:25 p.m. DIRECT: …

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Porchlight Announces Company for Free Summer Concert Series BROADWAY IN YOUR BACKYARD

Porchlight Music Theater has announced the cast for the return of its free Broadway in Your Backyard concert series, July 19-September 6, as part of the Chicago Park District’s Night Out in the Parks series, supported by the Mayor’s Office. and the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs. and special events. …

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‘A Chorus Line’ at PA Shakespeare Festival struts fabulously

When “A Chorus Line” opened on Broadway in 1975, it became the hottest ticket in New York’s theater district. Now, some 47 years later, the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival production (through July 9 on the main stage of DeSales University’s Labuda Center for the Performing Arts) proves it’s still a singular …

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The man behind the Tabernacle choir for 22 years is retiring

Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — One of the great legends of the Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square is retiring. For 22 years, Barry Anderson managed the logistics of moving 700 people on tour around the world, among other feats. It was a job that …

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Symphony in the Park returns to Billings on Sunday

The Billings Symphony will headline an afternoon and evening of free music this Sunday, June 26 at Pioneer Park. Q2 is proud to be one of the sponsors of the 50e anniversary of Symphony in the Park as one of Billings’ great summer traditions returns. The event always draws huge …

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NLT Presents ‘James and the Giant Peach’ – Mississippi’s Top Community Newspaper

Natchez Little Theater is proud to present the musical adaptation of a classic tale based on Roald Dahl’s book “James and the Giant Peach”, with lyrics and music by Benj Pasek, Justin Paul and Timothy Allen McDonald. The show will run from Thursday June 23 to Sunday June 26. Shows …

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Vivek Agnihotri on Working With Music Director Rohit Sharma: If People Wept Everywhere Watching ‘The Kashmir Files’, It’s Because of Its Heartbreaking Music | Hindi Movie News

The duo of director Vivek Agnihotri and musical director Rohit Sharma are known for creating magic almost every time. Whether it’s ‘Buddha in a Traffic Jam’, ‘The Tashkent Files’ or ‘The Kashmir Files’, their work has always been praised. Speaking about the same, director Vivek Agnihotri said, “After spending time …

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The Kingfield POPS event takes place at Kennedy Farm

Erica Brown and the Bluegrass Connection Photo added The Kingfield POPS concert is scheduled from 4:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 25, outdoors at Kennedy Farm on Salem Street in Kingfield. The 18th POPS concert features: The Bangor Symphony Orchestra led by Grammy-winning musical director and conductor Lucas …

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The Met Opera season has had no COVID cancellations but sales have fallen

FILE – People appear at Josie Robertson Plaza outside the Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center in New York on March 12, 2020. The Metropolitan Opera sold 56% of its ticket dollar capacity this season, managing to pass 196 staged performances without cancellation but down from 69% in the last pre-pandemic …

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Maaro Maaro song release

The makers of Naga Chaitanya’s romantic drama Thank You have unveiled the energetic song Maaro Maaro from the film. Shot in a college setting and the song captures the rivalry between the two hockey teams. This rap was composed by music directors Deepu and Prudhvi Chandra. Meanwhile, singer MaaHaa sang …

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Dallas Symphony concert inspired by the revolutionary figure who led the Mexican slave revolt

In 1570, Yanga, an enslaved and rumored African royal descendant, led a slave revolt and formed a colony with followers in the mountains near Veracruz, Mexico. It was the first colony of freed African slaves in North America and successfully resisted the advances of the Spanish. This little-known story is …

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A Tony Award winner who worked with Billy Joel

GREENWICH — The Greenwich Symphony Orchestra has announced a new music director after a search that began in late spring 2020 included every finalist taking the podium to conduct a concert. A panel of musicians and board members selected Stuart Malina, Tony Award winner and conductor/conductor of the Harrisburg Symphony …

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NMPhil Announces 2022-23 Concert Season

Pianist Olga Kern The New Mexico Philharmonic’s new season embraces Russian romance, Brazilian guitar and Scheherazade in a program of classics and concertos. The festivities will begin with a three-day Tchaikovsky Festival on October 15, 16 and 22 with pianists Olga Kern and Sylvia Thereza. Kern will perform the composer’s …

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Back to Bach – Eugene Weekly

The Oregon Bach Festival returns to the stage this month in Eugene after a two-year pandemic hiatus with a Battle of the Conductors spotlighting JS Bach’s three great choral works. This is the first time in three decades that the festival has presented all three works in a single season. …

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Suzy Is A Woman With Many Different Faces In Upcoming Drama “Anna” Poster

Suzy’s upcoming drama “Anna” has been confirmed to premiere in June! “Anna” tells the story of Yoo Mi, a woman who tells a little lie and ends up living someone else’s life. Suzy, who has already impressed with films and dramas such as “Architecture 101”, “Ashfall”, “Vagabond”, “Start-Up”, etc., will …

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Richardson Center dresses up, SoNA plans ahead

The Elizabeth Richardson Center’s One Haute Night on May 5 brought together two of the band’s biggest fundraisers — Beach Bingo Bash and Haute Trash Couture — for an evening at the Fayetteville Public Library. Organizers challenged fashionistas to “create sewing from waste/recyclables in order to entertain, educate and empower …

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Wild ‘FRAY’, ‘Romeo and Juliet’, and more

Holiday weekend or not, there’s plenty for art lovers to see and do in the Bay Area. Here is a partial overview. Play with ‘FRAY’ San Francisco band CandyBomber specializes in mind-blowing productions that blend hip-hop and other dance styles, live music and multimedia effects. And now you can add …

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Aires alumni and undergraduates reunite for their 75th anniversary weekend

The celebration was marked by a series of on-campus concerts featuring a variety of musical styles. by Madeline Sawyer | 24/05/22 02:00 Photographed by Naina Bhalla (’22) The Dartmouth Aires Reunion concert, part of the a cappella group’s 75th anniversary weekend, brought together 120 alumni and 20 undergraduates in a …

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France falls in love with Roman Polanski, laments his producer

There was a time, not so long ago, when Roman Polanski was the darling of cinema in France, where the director has lived since 1978, when he fled the United States before handing down his sentence after pleading guilty to having illegal sex with a 13-year-old girl. Despite ongoing scandal …

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Interview: Historian Margaret Hall talks about her new book on Paul Gemignani

Paul Gemignani. For almost 50 years, the famous musical director has occupied the orchestra pits of hundreds of productions around the world. As a close associate of Stephen Sondheim and Hal Prince, Gemignani was present for some of the most important and groundbreaking shows in Broadway history. And while we …

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Songs without words on June 5

Jesse Lee’s musical director, Sarah Fox, and pianist and composer Marc Chan have brought together a team of talented musicians and composers to create a joyful and poignant celebration of life through music in this upcoming performance titled “Songs with(out ) Words”. ” This concert has something for music lovers …

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Final Verse: Riverside Methodist Organist Retires After More Than 50 Years

Gail Leven Pollock retires after playing organ at Riverside United Methodist Church after more than 50 years. Ed Grisamore The Telegraph Gail Leven Pollock’s fingers scaled the treble clef on “A Mighty Fortress is Our God.” Her ears have a permanent play button for all six verses of “Amazing Grace.” …

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Texas Classical Review » Blog Archive » Luisi, Dallas Symphony combines Beethoven’s Ninth with an Adolphe prelude

Fabio Luisi conducted the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and Chorus in Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 on Thursday night. Photo: Sylvia Elzafon Dallas Symphony Orchestra Music Director Fabio Luisi presents an intriguing program in Dallas this weekend. A co-commission of DSO and Bravo! Vail, with Bruce Adolphe Diesen Kuss der ganzen Welt! …

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The Chicago Philharmonic Performs MARVEL STUDIOS’ BLACK PANTHER IN CONCERT

The Chicago Philharmonic Society will present and perform Marvel Studios’ Black Panther in Concert at the Historic Chicago Theater, 175 N State St, Chicago on June 18, 2022 at 7:30 p.m., the weekend of June 19. Among the guest artists joining the prestigious musicians of the Chicago Philharmonic at the …

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Woodlands Academy musicians win gold in St. Louis

Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart received multiple accolades at the WorldStrides OnStage Heritage Festival, April 22-24, in St. Louis, Missouri. Gold medals were won by the Kaleidoscope choir, under the direction of Jesse Borower; the Woodlands Academy Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Matthew Hickey; and the student-led Microscope …

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Padosan was a Telugu film made in Calcutta-Entertainment News, Firstpost

The timeless comedy “Padosan” began its journey as a short story which was first adapted into Bengali and then into Telugu, both by Kolkata-based production houses. It was rage in three languages ​​before Bollywood even knew it existed. Once Upon a Cinema is a new series that will illuminate the …

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Grace Chorale de Brooklyn in collaboration with Vertical Player Repertory presents THE CONSTITUTION, A SECULAR ORATORIO

Brooklyn’s Grace Chorale (Jason Asbury, Musical Director), in collaboration with Vertical Player Repertory (Judith Barnes, Artistic Director), presents the live premiere of Benjamin Yarmolinsky’s The Constitution, a Secular Oratorio, a musical performance of the seminal works of our nation document, accompanied by chamber orchestra on Saturday, May 14, 2022 at …

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Gretna Theater presents HONKY TONK ANGELS! TAKE TWO

Gretna Theatre, Lebanon County’s only professional theater, opens its 2022 season by taking you to country music heaven in Honky Tonk Angels. Written by Ted Swindley, creator of Always… Patsy Cline, and featuring 30 classic country hits, Honky Tonk Angels is sure to be a funny, entertaining, and thrilling good …

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LIVE ON OPENING NIGHT Original Broadway Cast Recording Out May 6

SIX: LIVE ON OPENING NIGHT, the first original Broadway cast recording ever recorded live on opening night, will be released this week. Six: LIVE ON OPENING NIGHT will be released Friday, May 6 at midnight in streaming and digital formats including Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Amazon Music, and more. The …

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Utah Arts Review » Blog Archive » Jensen tones down Utah Symphony sound in rich Russian program

Eivind Gullberg Jensen conducted the Utah Symphony Orchestra to music by Rachmaninoff and Tchaikovsky Friday night at Abravanel Hall. Photo: Kathleen Sykes In a season filled with new work that resonated with audiences, including three pieces by associate composer Arlene Sierra, Friday’s Utah Symphony program featuring only music by Rachmaninoff …

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Students perform the musical “Word Nerd”

The musical was staged at the Theater and Performance Studies Black Box. Gamze Kazakoglu 2:30 a.m., April 29, 2022 Staff reporter This week, students performed the musical “Word Nerd” at the Theater and Performance Studies Black Box. The musical is the result of the graduation theses of four students, three …

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SNSO packs its bags for the “Tribute to Peace” concert

By BOBBIE GREEN Progress Members of the Southern Nevada Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Selmer Spitzer, wave to applause from the standing audience during a performance held Saturday in Mesquite. PHOTO BY BOBBIE GREEN/Progress The Southern Nevada Symphony Orchestra (SNSO) sold out the Mesquite Community Theater on Saturday evening, April 22 …

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KSO Premieres Schachter’s ‘Cycle of Life’ – Delivers Phenomenal Rachmaninoff – Knoxville Arts

BY ALAN SHERROD Jo say there was an air of excitement during last weekend’s Knoxville Symphony Orchestra concerts at the Tennessee Theater would be an understatement. The occasion was the world premiere of Michael Schachter’s Violin Concerto: The circle of life, a work specifically inspired in both name and program …

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The Lon Chaney Musical will premiere at Encore in Dexter, MI

THE ENCORE presents the world premiere of a new musical “A Thousand Faces: The Lon Chaney Musical” from April 21 to May 1, 2022 With a creative team of Broadway professionals, A Thousand Faces: The Lon Chaney Musical will get its world premiere April 21 – May 1, 2022 at …

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Austin Symphony conductor Peter Bay turns 25

On December 5, 1997, Peter Bay conducted his first concert with the Austin Symphony. Along with other music at the Bass Concert Hall, he and the orchestra teamed up with eccentric soloist Nadia Salerno-Sonnenberg for Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto. That, and the concert the following night, counted as his audition in …

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It all looks like a dream: Interview with Anna Baby, singer of KGF 2 | entertainment music

The Kannada magnum opus ‘KGF2’ distributed in Kerala by Prithviraj Productions is eagerly awaited by the Malayalees. Even the songs are already very popular Among them, the melody “Gaganam Neeye” sung by Anna Baby is one of the favorites. We chatted with the singer. A dream start I consider myself …

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Take a First Look at Set and Costume Design for ART’s Broadway-Aimed 1776

The next revival of the Tony-winning musical begins performances at ART on May 17. Co-presented by Roundabout Theater Company, the Broadway-bound revival of 1776 will begin performances at Cambridge’s American Repertory Theater on May 17. The show will then travel to Broadway, playing Roundabout’s American Airlines Theater in September. Diane …

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Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Park will host a free music and food festival as part of a UK-wide cultural celebration

Organizers Celtic Connections will help organize the three-day event in June, which will have a 10-metre-high vertical truss installation as its centerpiece. In addition to live music, the lineup will include talks and workshops with scientists, activists, technologists, chefs, writers and artists. Register to our daily newsletter The newsletter mute …

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