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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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Colorado Springs Philharmonic’s new season will pay tribute to music director’s final year on podium | Culture & Leisure

As Etta James would say, finally. The Colorado Springs Philharmonic will return to its first full season after two years of canceled concerts and musician contract negotiations amid the pandemic. The 2022-2023 season will be a particularly poignant performance year as it is Music Director and Conductor Josep Caballé-Domenech’s final …

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Ashley Loren, Derek Klena, more to run the Moulin Rouge! The Musical on Broadway

Declan Bennett and Caleb Marshall-Villarreal will also join the cast at the Al Hirschfeld Theater. Red Mill! Musical comedy will welcome new cast members Ashley Loren, Derek Klena, Declan Bennett and Caleb Marshall-Villarreal starting May 10. They will succeed original cast members Aaron Tveit, Tam Mutu and Ricky Rojas, as …

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Alliance for New Music-Theatre’s “Voices of Zion” dives into history

Alliance for New Music-Theatre — in partnership with Mt. Zion – Female Union Band Historic Memorial Park, Inc. — announces the creation of Voice of Zion, an original work and an immersive musical theatrical experience. Voice of Zion will perform onsite in Georgetown throughout May, leading up to a special …

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Naperville Winds will play their season finale on April 7

The Naperville Winds will perform the last concert of their first season on Thursday, April 7 at North Central College in Naperville. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. at Wentz Concert Hall, 171 E. Chicago Ave. The Concert Band launched on the suburban scene in 2021 and has attracted some …

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PEOPLE IN THE NEWS – Daily Ardmoreite

North Carolina Fan Church cancels concert to attend game Country music hitmaker Eric Church canceled a show in Texas on Saturday to attend a Final Four game between North Carolina and Duke in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. As part of Church’s “Gather Again” tour, he was scheduled to play …

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Pretty Horrifying: Video Director Maegan Houang’s Visceral Vision for Mitski’s Music

From the start of the MTV era until the rise of YouTube, music videos have been a ubiquitous presence in pop culture. As stories or shorts, they can pack a punch, but their directors are often uncredited, lost behind the fame of the musicians. But when it comes to the …

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Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s New Music Director Announces 2022-23 Season

This fall, conductor Nathalie Stutzmann officially assumes the position of Music Director of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. The renowned French conductor, contralto and multi-instrumentalist worked for the first time with the ASO as guest conductor in 2020. Her move to musical direction this year marks a new chapter for the …

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The musicians of the Orchester National du Capitole de Toulouse show their support for Tugan Sokhiev

The musicians of the Orchester National du Capitole de Toulouse speak about the departure of Tugan Sokhiev. In an open letter, the musicians said: “Before discussing the particular situation in which this concert is taking place, we would like, on behalf of all our colleagues, to express our deep emotion …

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The Utah Symphony has big plans for Thierry Fischer’s final season, including the Tabernacle Choir

Fischer, conductor and musical director of the symphony since 2009, will step down in August 2023. (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Utah Symphony music director Thierry Fischer helps members of the Cottonwood High School Symphony Orchestra bring Stravinsky’s “The Firebird” to life through the first pilot program Adopt …

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Arts groups acknowledge Russian atrocities, but won’t ban cultural offerings

Vladimir Putin leads an invasion, not an orchestra. This is an important fact to recognize for those who believe that the Russian President’s decision to send his army and countless missiles to Ukraine should mean that any artist past and present with ties to Russia should be banned from stages …

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How Why This Music Composer Kolaveri Di Anirudh Ravichander Reached New Heights

The song Why This Kolaveri Di, released in 2011, was an instant hit. It was this song that made Dhanush a household name, especially in northern India. However, few remember the man who created the masterpiece. It was Anirudh Ravichander, the young musical director who went on to have several …

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Much-loved composer Lyell Cresswell dies aged 77

One of New Zealand’s greatest composers, Lyell Cresswell, has died aged 77 from cancer. Lyell Creswell Photo: Gareth Watkins / Lilburn Trust / Wallace Arts Trust Cresswell was born in Wellington in 1944 and has been a full-time composer in Edinburgh since 1985. He has maintained close ties to New …

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This musical director to compose for the next Ram Charan film?

Ram Charan’s upcoming film ‘RC16’ starring Gowtham Tinnanuri is expected to have Kollywood’s top music composer, Anirudh Ravichander, as musical director. Mega Power Star Ram Charan is one of the biggest stars in the Tollywood industry. He has a huge reputation for himself in the industry, partly for the family …

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Houston Symphony says goodbye to Orozco-Estrada this weekend with Andres Fest

Andres Orozco-Estrada, Music Director of the Houston Symphony Photo: Werner Kmetitsch The Houston Symphony is indebted to Hector Berlioz. Even during conductor Andrés Orozco-Estrada’s first rehearsal of the French composer’s sumptuous Symphonie Fantastique almost a decade ago, it was clear to Brinton Averil Smith that the orchestra had found its …

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CHRISTINE ANDREAS BRINGS PIAF:NO REGRETS TO KRAVIS CENTER

The years have been extraordinarily good for Christine Andreas. The timbre and faithfulness of her voice, the beauty of her face and the spirit of her courageous personality defied the aging process. So much so that after being in the Kravis Center audience last night for her Piaf-No Regrets show …

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Bringing the thunder of Berg: ‘Wozzeck’ in concert at the BSO

“Why is the world so sad? asks a character in “Wozzeck”. It’s hard to say. But “Wozzeck” knows. And his music will tell you. Alban Berg’s devastating expressionist masterpiece has indeed told us for 100 years now, its score a sort of infrared vision into the darkness of the 20th …

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A benefit concert for Ukraine will take place in Las Vegas on Sunday.

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) – Las Vegas musicians are reuniting to perform in Ukraine. The Las Vegas Sinfonietta, a small group from the symphony orchestra, will present a benefit concert featuring works by Mozart and Ukrainian composers. “Maxim Berezovsky, one of his symphonies. They are practically unknown in this country …

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Watch an exclusive performance by Nina Simone Bio-Musical Little Girl Blue

Laiona Michelle, writer and star of the show, performs the title track. little blue girl, the musical, inspired by the life of American singer-songwriter and civil rights activist Nina Simone, began performances at New World Stages on March 5. Watch writer and show star Laiona Michelle in an exclusive rendition …

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Russia-Ukraine war: evacuation of Mariupol interrupted for the second day; Vinnytsia regional airport completely destroyed – live | world news

Bolshoi Theater music director and chief conductor Tugan Sokhiev has announced his resignation, saying he felt pressured by calls to take a stand on the Ukrainian conflict. The Russian said in a statement that he was resigning “with immediate effect” from his post at the Moscow theater, as well as …

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Two appointments inaugurate 2022 at the DSO

Jader Bignamini (left) and Erik Rönmark are committed to making the music of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra accessible to all Detroit residents. // Photo courtesy of DSO/Cybelle Codish A new era of leadership and musical direction arrived at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Former DSO Vice President and General Manager Erik …

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Tributes to Peter Jezard – former Music Director of Bridport

A FORMER director of music at a church in Bridport and stonemason at Canterbury Cathedral has died aged 88. Peter Jezard was Music Director at St Mary’s Church in Bridport from 2001 to 2015. Born in 1933 and from Kent, Mr Jezard was a promising musician from the age of …

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Sean McPherson leaves The Current to become musical director of Jazz88

On-air host Sean McPherson left The Current to take a job with another local radio station. McPherson was named Music Director of Jazz88 (KBEM) on Friday, where he will lead music programming efforts. He will also host the program “Afternoon Cruise”. “I look forward to helping the station thrive and …

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La Jolla music director pleads guilty to embezzlement

SAN DIEGO (CNS) — The former chief financial officer of the La Jolla Music Society pleaded guilty Wednesday to embezzling more than $650,000 from the society over nearly a decade. Chris Benavides, 52, pleaded on Wednesday to a federal count of wire fraud for stealing from a nonprofit between October …

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Las Vegas Philharmonic Orchestra trial goes awry

This symphonic relationship ends with a crash of cymbals. Former Las Vegas Philharmonic Orchestra executive director Anne Berquist has filed a lawsuit against the longtime Southern Nevada nonprofit alleging insurance fraud and has “paid in a discriminatory manner additional parts of the health insurance premiums of certain employees”. The former …

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Yuvan Shankar Raja sings a song written by dad Ilaiyaraaja

Chennai, Feb 20 (IANS): Music director Yuvan Shankar Raja sang a song written and composed by his father, legendary music director Isaignani Ilaiyaraaja, for director Aadhiraajan’s upcoming film, “Ninaivellam Neeyada”. ‘Ninaivellam Neeyada’ is the 1417th film for which Ilaiyaraaja is composing the music. Sources say the movie has …

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Fall of society pages at jail disrupts Greenwich

“How was it sealed? ” she asked. Ms McGrath said she was still not used to the signs of prosperity surrounding her. “I drive a Ford versus, you know, a Maserati,” she said. A few stores down past Lululemon and Saks Fifth Avenue, past a Yeti-branded water bowl for thirsty …

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The Richmond Symphony declares victory with “Ravishing Rachmaninoff” on Saturday, February 26

-The power of live performance returns to Richmond in an event that will be both a symbolic and literal mark of victory and a return to value for all involved- RICHMOND, Virginia, February 16, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–As one of the most innovative performing arts organizations in the country, the Richmond Symphony …

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Daniel Hope: Master Violinist and “Musical Activist” in Perpetual Motion

Daniel Hope | Credit: Erik Almas When writing about Daniel Hope, it may be easier to list what he doesn’t do than to list his activities. Of the classical music superstars, the Berlin-based global violinist is perhaps the most prominent. As of his current positions, Hope serves as musical director …

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The Musical throws the 20-year-old producer into the deep end

Heathers: The MusicalARA Darling District TheaterFebruary 11thUntil March 5★★½ Mitchell Old is clearly ambitious. Barely 20 years old, in 2020 he set up an entertainment company for emerging artists and baptized it with his name, declaring his arrival on the scene. Certainly, Heathers: The Musicalof which Old serves as creative …

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‘MJ’ Director Christopher Wheeldon on How He Brought Michael Jackson’s Music and Movements to Life

“I don’t have a popping technique,” Wheeldon said in a recent New York interview. “I’m not a hip-hop dancer.” The musical is set during Jackson’s preparations for his 1992 “Dangerous” world tour, and focuses narrowly on his creative process, excluding the more troubling aspects of his personal life that plagued …

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Review: Without a note of Beethoven, an orchestra shines

The vast majority of the music the Philadelphia Orchestra plays in its eight concerts at Carnegie Hall this season is by Beethoven. Under the musical direction of Yannick Nézet-Séguin, this ensemble plays the master with warmth and verve. And alongside the nine classic symphonies, it features contemporary works written in …

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The Washington Opera Society appoints Julien Benichou artistic director

Julien Benichou, the new general and artistic director of the Washington Opera Society. The Washington Opera Society (WOS) has named Julien Benichou as its new General and Artistic Director, replacing Michael Reilly, the Society’s Founder and Executive Director. Simon Charette, its assistant artistic director, is now general manager of the …

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Salil Chowdhury said ‘My Saraswati’ lives through the legend’s voice – The New Indian Express

Through PTI KOLKATA: The musical fraternity of Bengal has paid rich tributes to singing legend Lata Mangeshkar who collaborated with some top notch music directors launched by this city such as S. D Burman, Hemanta Mukherjee and Salil Chowdhury, not only for producing memorable music in Hindi but also in …

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Billings Symphony receives $1.5 million in two separate donations | Local News

The first time Janet Carpenter supported the arts came in the summer of 1948 when, as a newly married parent, she was given the job of doing Leonard Bernstein’s laundry. All these years later, Janet is recognized for the $448,833 endowment that her late husband Vincent Carpenter set up to …

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First look at A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC at the Greenway Court Theater

Greenway Arts Alliance and Theater Planners will present A Little Night Music, opening Friday, February 4 at 8 p.m. Directed by Ryan O’Connor (He/They) with Music Director Anthony Zediker (He/Him), the limited engagement will run through Sunday, March 13 only at the Greenway Court Theater in Los Angeles. Check out …

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Hawks recognize Chaka Zulu with “Forever 404 Honors Presented by Sharecare”

ATLANTA — Ahead of Sunday’s Atlanta Hawks game, the Hawks announced Chaka Zulu, co-CEO of Disturbing Tha Peace Records, as the ninth recipient of the “Forever 404 Honors presented by Sharecare.” Throughout this season, the Hawks, who play on 12 nights ‘Forever 404’, and Sharecare, the team’s official jersey crest …

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A sincere tribute to mothers

By Ravi HariHyderabad: The lyric song “Amma” from the movie “Oke Oka Jeevitham” celebrates a mother’s love. This moving tribute from a son to his mother already resonates with so many. The touching story featured in the video song etched a special memory in their hearts. Jakes Bejoy’s smooth and …

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Bulgari’s new global ambassador for watches is Lorenzo Viotti – WWD

MAESTRO TIME: Bulgari has chosen Lorenzo Viotti as its new global watch ambassador. The rising musical director will support the activities of the jewelry house and will aim to help increase brand awareness, alongside fellow conductor and ambassador Beatrice Venezi. Born in Lausanne, Switzerland in 1990, Viotti is part of …

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Latte Da Theater Downsizes ‘La Bohème’, Expands Heart and Intimacy – Twin Cities

Giacomo Puccini’s “La Bohème” may be one of the most popular operas in the world, but it always seemed oddly suited to the grandeur and elegance of a typical grand opera. Because it’s about people living in poverty, struggling to pay the rent and figuring out which chair to throw …

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Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Championship: Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Championship: Revered music composer Gurukiran will grace the show

The Kannada musical reality show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa is set to see a special episode soon. The upcoming episode of the singing reality show will have prominent musical director-singer Gurukiran as a special guest. The singer will grace the next episode of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa. With …

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ROUNDUP DES ARTS D’HIVER: Classical music – Events | Curiosities | Purchases | Catering | Night life

Photo: Marco Borggreve The cooler months are the perfect time to come indoors and experience all the culture Boston has to offer Classical music Although the Boston area is a hotbed of classical music, every once in a while something unique still happens, even in this saturated space. This is …

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Convolutions, Collage – The Boston Musical Intelligencer

I missed the bus, missed the concert, internet down; caught Collage New Music late, as longtime music executive David Hoose opened his 49and season via livestream. Founded by Frank Epstein in 1972, Collage has long been drawn to Schoenbergian-serial principles and, unsurprisingly, half of its latest program featured more loyalist …

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Pushpa: The Rise: Kamal Haasan watches with Devi Sri Prasad; Guru Randhawa calls Allu Arjun ‘Legend’

The Pushpa: The Rise craze crossed all language barriers. The film was also a huge blockbuster in Bollywood. The film received huge compliments from many actors and filmmakers in all languages ​​across India. Many top Bollywood personalities have shared their views on the film on their social media. They personally …

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‘Encore Cabaret’ mixes Broadway, jazz and more at Appleton PAC

APPLETON, Wis. (WFRV) – Hybrid vigor is on display in “Encore Cabaret,” a show with roots in Broadway musicals and branches everywhere. In the branches are young voices and top instrumental jazz musicians. Broadway songs are performed in a jazzy way. The show is an offshoot of Fox Cities Performing …

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AJ Fletcher Opera Institute presents “Linda di Chamounix”

The AJ Fletcher Opera Institute continues its 20th anniversary with performances of Gaetano Donizetti’s “Linda di Chamounix”, a return to the roots of the opera training program in bel canto opera performance, and the first full opera performance of the program with a live audience since February 2019. TO BUY …

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Long-time Fairfield resident to lead new music education program at the University of the Sacred Heart

FAIRFIELD – The new music education program at the University of the Sacred Heart aims to create a vibrant community of forward-thinking teachers, its director said. Frank Martignetti was recently appointed assistant professor and director of SHU’s new music education program, according to the university. The 42-credit graduate program will …

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Goan who helped revive Marathi natyasangeet has passed away | Goa News

Margao: Famous classical singer and veteran Marathi theater artist Ramdas Kamat passed away on Saturday evening in Mumbai. He was 90 years old. Kamat is one of the few Goan to revive Marathi Natyasangeet in the 1960s, when the art form was going through difficult times. Born in Sakhali, Kamat …

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Release of the music of the anthology “Putham Pudhu Kaalai Vidiyaadhaa”

Chennai, January 8 (IANS): Prime Video has released the music for “Putham Pudhu Kaalai Vidiyaadhaa,” an anthology of five heartwarming and uplifting stories, which premieres on January 14. The album, which brings out the essence of each story in the anthology, features music by renowned and up-and-coming artists. Music director …

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RIP Neil: Tributes pour in for founder of the Shillong Chamber Choir

The founder and musical director of the Shillong Chamber Choir, Neil Nongkynrih, passed away on Wednesday evening in Mumbai, leaving behind a memorable legacy. According to a statement from the members and management of the choir, the recipient of Padma Shri died at 51, from “sepsis due to perforated peritonitis”. …

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Back to the in-person format, BCMFest is hosting its 19th annual edition from January 13 to 16

Seamus Egan, an innovative and creative presence in Irish music over the past three decades, will make a special appearance at the 19th BCMFest (Boston Celtic Music Fest) which runs January 13-16. The festival for all ages, returning to an in-person format this year, will host four days of concerts, …

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The conductor takes the helm of Italian opera | Opera

A female conductor will take the helm of an Italian opera for the first time in January. Ukrainian conductor Oksana Lyniv said she was surprised to learn that she was making history after receiving the offer from the opera Teatro Comunale in Bologna. The 43-year-old begins his three-year job as …

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Moira Stuart and Margherita Taylor of Classic FM among the greatest figures of music in …

31 December 2021, 22:30 | Updated: December 31, 2021, 10:31 PM Moira Stuart is appointed CBE and Margherita Taylor receives MBE. Image: Classic FM The list of the winners of the Queen’s New Year’s Award for 2022 has been released and two Classic FM presenters are among the winners. Classic …

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