Musical groups

A group of acapella singers offered music for Valentine’s Day

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – Cair Paravel’s acapella group has given Topeka businesses a heartfelt gift. “It’s probably 25 or 26 years of singing Valentine’s Day in the community every Valentine’s Day. We have about a group of 20 acapella singers in two different directions, so two groups of ten and …

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The Minot Brass Band will play a variety of musical styles in concert this weekend | News, Sports, Jobs

Submitted Photo The Minot Brass Band will perform at Ann Nicole Nelson Hall at Minot State University this weekend. The group started in 1994 in Minot. The Minot Brass Band will present a concert entitled “Something for Everyone” at 4 p.m. on Sunday, February 20, at …

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Cabaret: How the X-rated musical became a hit

Yet despite this approach to complex material and difficult themes, the film was widely embraced by critics and audiences alike. Pauline Kael writes in The New Yorker: “A great musical comedy… In a prodigious balancing act, Bob Fosse, the choreographer-director, keeps the period – Berlin, 1931 – at a distance. …

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Berry choral group selected to sing at Georgia Music Educators Association | Local

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The world premiere of the musical Osmonds – first look

Photos offering a first look at the new musical The Osmonds Were released. The show, which recently launched in Leicester, follows the iconic pop group as they soar to stardom. The UK and Ireland tour is currently scheduled until December 3, 2022. With a story by Jay Osmond, written for …

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‘An Officer and a Gentleman’ brings blockbuster movie to life at the Fisher – The Oakland Press

The stage musical adaptation of “An Office and a Gentleman” does not have “Broadway smash” status. Neither should he. But that doesn’t mean it’s a failure. On the contrary, this version of the 1982 Richard Gere-Debra Winger romantic drama is supposed to be played in the provinces. Co-written by film …

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Dewsbury art group to turn Hepworth sculptures into musical works

The Hepworth Wakefield. Photo by Iwan Baan “Mapping the Music” will be a sonic exploration of Barbara Hepworth’s sculptural work, where works will be mapped in 3D and translated into music, creating a multi-sensory experience of her work. Creator and musician Supriya Nagarajan will work with sound artist Duncan Chapman …

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“Bix” is a jazz documentary that resonates far beyond its subject

As in most sophisticated fiction films, the main action of the 1981 documentary “Bix: Ain’t None of Them Play Like Him Yet” takes place in the interstices and under the surfaces. Bix Beiderbecke, the innovator of jazz cornetist, pianist and composer, died in 1931, at the age of twenty-eight, leaving …

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McNay Art Museum will host a free screening of the musical film In the Heights on Thursday | Things to do | San Antonio

Click to enlarge Warner Bros. In the heights will be screened at a free event at the McNay on Thursday. The movie version of Oscar-winning director Steven Spielberg West Side Story might be all the headlines this awards season, but another Latinx-led Hollywood musical that debuted last summer was just …

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After a complicated production process, the musical “The Mad Ones” expresses the uncertainty of youth

Madison Baker put her notebook on the table. The front and back covers are wrapped in a homemade collage she put together, and its pages are filled with notes on Crazypeoplethe musical that occupied the intimate Bonn Studio Theater from January 27 to 30. Opening the notebook to its central …

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Tito Matos, Puerto Rican sound virtuoso, dies at 53

Tito Matos, a master percussionist, revered educator and lifelong champion of the Puerto Rican style of music known as plena, died Jan. 18 in San Juan, PR. He was 53. His wife, Mariana Reyes Angleró, said the cause was a heart attack. Mr. Matos was a virtuoso of the requinto, …

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What’s new in Moscow from January 28 to 30

Go on a pub crawl January seems to last four months. It snows every day. It is cold. The big holidays are over, and the next little holidays won’t be for weeks. You’ve been to malls, tubing and ice skating, building snowmen and admiring ice sculptures. What remains to be …

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READY FOR HIS SOLO | Raúl Malo of the Mavericks brings his tour to Agoura – VC Reporter

ON THE PICTURE : Leader of the Mavericks Raul Malo will perform at the Canyon on January 28. Photo by Alejandro Menéndez Vega by Mike Nelson After completing a series of live performances with his band The Mavericks in Florida, Raul Malo is set for a string of solo shows …

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Odds and Ends: Ian McKellen Wants to Play in a Musical | The Broadway Buzz

Ian McKellen(Photo by Emilio Madrid for Broadway.com) Here’s a quick roundup of stories you might have missed lately. Ian McKellen has musical dreamsDespite his illustrious career, stage and screen legend Ian McKellen says his to-do list isn’t complete. The actor Recount BBC Radio 4 Today that he would like to …

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Warner Chappell Production Music – Chief Sound Engineer (US)

WMG’s top priority is the safety and well-being of its team members, artists and songwriters around the world. In response to COVID-19, WMG is fully committed to helping its employees balance home and personal commitments with flexible work options, virtual wellness sessions, and more. WMG is working to maintain a …

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“We invite all Jewish male singers to participate” – The Australian Jewish News

During the high holy days of 2020, some shule choirs went online to record classic chazzanut works for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. These included the North Shore Synagogue Choir (supplemented by choral friends from the Central Synagogue) and the Caulfield Shule Choir. These online recordings were warmly welcomed by …

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The Recorder – Tiny choirs inspire musical collaboration for Mohawk Trail, Pioneer

Music communities, which typically thrive on bringing people together, have particularly felt the impact of the sharp reduction in social activities necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic. So choir teachers Nick Lawrence and Sara Paige took it upon themselves to bring their students together for some safe, happy music. With enrollment …

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Former Lovelyz Member Kei Confirmed As Mia For “Death Note” Musical

Kei, former member of Lovelyz [ILGAN SPORTS] The musical’s “Death Note” production company confirmed on Wednesday that Kei, a former member of now disbanded girl group Lovelyz, had been cast as Mia. The production team had to confirm the news as Kei posted several photos of herself in Mia’s costumes …

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Branson’s Mansion Theater Announces Film, TV, Animation and Music Expansion Plans

BRANSON, Mo. (KY3) – The Mansion Theater recently unveiled plans for major expansion into the world of television, film, music and animation. Mansion Entertainment Group CEO Larry Wilhite said there are many projects underway by the Mansion Entertainment Group. One of the largest is the building for “Mansion Studios”, a …

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No Coming Home’ – NBC New York

After taking a few weeks off, “Saturday Night Live” returned to Studio 8H for the first episode of 2022. “Saturday Night Live” kicked off its cold open by taking aim at President Joe Biden, the box office record “Spider-Man: No Way Home” and the nation’s weariness after now two years …

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Prolific composer and Head of Music at RTÉ

John Kinsella Birth: April 8, 1932 Died: November 9, 2021 John Kinsella, one of Ireland’s greatest composers and former head of music at RTÉ, has died aged 89. Considered Ireland’s most prolific symphonist to date, the self-taught Dublin-born composer wrote 11 symphonies, several concertos for different instruments and a range …

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Best bets: a quick guide to online and in-person entertainment and experiences

This is an ongoing series of online activities to undertake on your computer or tablet, as well as local in-person events. Conferences and learning • The law firm Meyers Nave presents a webinar for employers of public entities at noon on Thursday 13 January. Labor Lawyers will provide guidance on …

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Madness tribute band to perform at Clacton’s Princes Theater

A band HOMAGE to one of the country’s most revered two-tone pop groups will perform in an art hall in a seaside town. Complete Madness will take the stage at the Princes Theater, located in Station Road, Clacton, on January 29. The next show, described as a “sensational extravaganza,” will …

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Black No More Musical, with Tariq ‘Black Thought’ Trotter, Lillias White, Brandon Victor Dixon, delayed previews

Howard McGillin and Gaelen Gilliland have joined the cast of The New Group’s Off-Broadway World Premiere. The New Group World Premiere More black—the new musical inspired by George S. Schuyler’s 1931 Afro-futuristic novel of the same name set during the Harlem Renaissance – will premiere a week later than previously …

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5 Events To Visit Near Lancaster County This Weekend From The PA Farm Show To The Golden Retriever Open House | Entertainment

There are many ways to celebrate the Lancaster County event scene this weekend. There is a flea market in Leola for those who like a bargain, a spoken word / comedy / poetry event in Zoetropolis and, of course, the PA Farm Show opening this weekend. Here are five events …

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How “David Byrne’s American Utopia” Created an “Unplugged” Show

A first performance by American Utopia: Unplugged. Photo: Shira Friedman When the first wave of the coronavirus hit New York City in early 2020, it closed Broadway indefinitely. The doors would only partially reopen in the summer of 2021, not returning on a large scale until October. Well, this “return …

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‘Mrs. Doubtfire ‘on Broadway pauses to avoid closing

McCollum’s move, which will allow production to stop paying salaries and most other expenses, is a new Broadway response to the Omicron wave, but has a parallel in London, where Andrew Lloyd Webber has shut down. her new musical “Cinderella” for at least seven weeks. (It is slated to reopen …

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What is your main musical resolution or goal for 2022?

1 January 2022, 12:14 Good year! Hope you had a wonderful holiday season full of friends, family, great food and great times. As the holiday season draws to a close, a new year begins, creating the perfect opportunity to talk about resolutions and goals for 2022! More precisely, I would …

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Mickey Mouse Club member Tiffini Hale dies at 46 after suffering cardiac arrest

Former Mickey Mouse Club star Tiffini Hale has died aged 46: the actress was in a coma after suffering cardiac arrest earlier this month and “breathed her last on Christmas morning” Hale’s death was confirmed by co-stars Deedee Magno Hall and Chasen Hampton on Instagram Albert JeunePierre Fields and Damon …

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“Sing 2” review: a fun musical sequel with animals raised by U2

Sing 2 Cast: Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Scarlett Johansson, Taron Egerton, Tori Kelly, Garth Jennings, Nick Kroll, Bobby Cannavale, Pharrell Williams, Halsey, Chelsea Peretti, Letitia Wright, Eric André, Adam Buxton and Bono. Director: Garth Jennings Remember To sing, that 2016 animated film about a bunch of animals, well, singing? His …

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GBHS Group Director walks towards Rose Parade

Great Bend High School’s group director, Grant Mathews, has been selected to join a marching band in the Pasadena Rose Parade on January 1. The group will accompany a colorful and lively float from Project Saluting America’s Band Directors along the 5.5 mile course. This is the first known Rose …

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Grammy Award Winners 2017 and 2008 – The Pacifica Quartet to perform on January 6 | Community

Recognized for its virtuosity, exuberant performance style and often daring repertoire choices, over the past two decades the Pacifica Quartet has gained international recognition as one of the best chamber ensembles to perform today. Named the Quartet in Residence at the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University in March …

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Kenley Jansen plays guitar for the holiday season

Kenley Jansen remains among the Los Angeles Dodgers who are still free agents, which is somewhat surprising given his resurgent 2021 season. Prior to the start of the MLB lockout, Jansen reportedly expressed interest from the Miami Marlins and Philadelphia Phillies. However, it is not clear whether the Phillies will …

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The corridor tumbados bring a modern and urban touch to the traditional musical style

LOS ANGELES – Ruben Gonzalez can’t say exactly when the shift from the older country style of corridos music shifted to the emerging urban style. But he knows that when people heard the unique Southern California style, it immediately struck a chord. “When we recorded ‘Bien Lit’, that immediately hit …

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Loving music and loving others: CWU group director teaches more than rhythm and melody | Local

ELLENSBURG – To lead Central Washington University’s Wildcat Marching Band to artistic excellence, Marching Band Director T. André Feagin needed a bird’s eye view. During weekday rehearsals in the field outside the college music building, Feagin climbed on a scissor lift and rose 20 feet into the air. During one …

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A loving farewell to two musical inspirations

December marked the passing of Robert Michael Nesmith and Robert Warren Dale Shakespeare, two musicians whose names I am almost sure will be unknown to most readers. I never met either of the two men, but both had, on reflection, quite profound impacts on my life. Nesmith is best known …

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Clark County businesses and organizations give away giveaways that enlighten, entertain and thrill

Like tWith the clock ticking until Christmas Day, last-minute shoppers may scramble to find something that doesn’t require battling crowded stores or crossing their fingers for fast delivery. But what if the perfect gift isn’t a thing at all? It may be an experience. Clark County is full of businesses …

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Radio City Music Hall cancels other Rockettes Christmas shows

After canceling all four Friday performances of Radio City Music Hall’s Sustainable Christmas show featuring the Rockettes after there were cases of breakthrough coronaviruses at the business, the show’s producers announced Friday night that they would end its airing entirely due to “growing challenges from the pandemic.” ” The show …

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‘Sleigh Ride’ is a family entertainment offered by the Empire State Youth Orchestra – Saratogian

By Bob Goepfert SCHENECTADY, ​​NY – “Christmas Tunes,” one of the area’s most beloved holiday events, will not be happening this year. Annual event at Proctors in Schenectady, “Melodies” has been around for over forty years. It was produced by WRGB as a fundraiser for the Albany Med Children’s Hospital. …

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Drew University business students create websites in digital marketing class

Tags: company, CLA, Digital tools, Home page, students Drew University business students create websites in digital marketing class Semester projects are based on brand ideas December 2021 – Students Enrolled in Digital Marketing Course at Drew University have built their own WordPress sites around a brand or business idea as …

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Santa Maria Philharmonic is a cultural gem, a centerpiece of our community | Commentary | Remark

I often hear comments that Santa Maria needs more cultural events and opportunities for our residents, but many don’t realize that we already have very talented arts organizations. Originally established in 1925 by Captain Allan G. Hancock and one of his employees, the Philharmonic Orchestra was reorganized in 2000 and …

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Musical Review: Jersey Boys – A Double Perspective

Perspective 1: Colette Fountain If I had to sum up the experience of Jersey Boys in a word, it would be joyful. From almost the minute it started I had a huge smile on my face that lasted until the musical was over. Although the majority of the audience is …

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Lots of music, comedy and theater coming this weekend [Events roundup] – Reading eagle

The following events are planned this weekend across the region: • The Santander Performing Arts Center, Reading, offers a great series of shows, starting with comedian Tim Dillon Friday at 7 pm. Dillon won the title of New York’s Funniest 2016 at the Carolines New York Comedy Festival, and in …

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The 35 best metal songs of 2021

Congratulations, we did it, everyone! The year 2021 has been unlike any other when it comes to new music. It’s been a year in which we’ve listened to more songs than ever before – we’re talking about thousands and thousands of new tracks (and it’s only rock and metal artists) …

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Haim Updates Adam Sandler’s ‘Chanukah Song’ With Full Support

Haim with an insert from Adam Sandler. Shutterstock (2) Yarmulkes on it! While Adam sandler‘S “The Hanukah Song” has been a holiday stable ever since he first performed it on Saturday Night Live in 1994, Haim gave the number a modern twist this year. “Maya rudolph light up the menorah, …

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The fifth edition of the Mahindra Kabira Festival asked the faithful to pay homage to the holy poet through their interpretation of his timeless poems

After a year of absence due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Mahindra Kabira Festival was held from November 26 to 28 in the hometown of the mystical poet, Varanasi. In its fifth edition, there was a mix of renowned artists paying homage to the holy poet through their interpretation of …

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Steel Panther Asks Fans For Help Picking Up Next Bassist

Who will eventually take over the bass duties of Steel Panther after the release of Lexxi Foxx this year? You might have a say in that decision, as Steel Panther sifted through all audition submissions and reduced the number of potential bassists, allowing fans to weigh in on the remaining …

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Dover students take part in global music review

The show must continue! Submitted to Dover Express The Dover Grammar School for Girls presented two evenings of great performing tunes as part of a global event celebrating local theater. 80 DGGS students and staff joined 2,500 people from over 40 countries for the global fundraising journal All Together Now. …

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Belgian luthier wins coveted PFV Winemaker Family Award

Violins at Maison Bernard Bernard House The region of northern Italy where the 17e and 18e century, the maker of musical instruments Antonio Stradivari lived and died does not produce wine. We don’t know that this slender orphan turned craftsman who wore a white cap and apron enjoyed vintages. Yet …

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UB40 unveils wooden cards celebrating Birmingham’s musical heritage | Birmingham

UB40 has launched a series of cards celebrating Birmingham’s musical heritage which will be displayed at all stations around the city. Revealing the first of 30 works specially commissioned from Hall Green station as part of the Musical Routes project, the reggae group hosted the installation that celebrates the city’s …

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The Fiji Times »Enter the dragon

The history of music in Fiji might have taken a different course if Ken Janson had chosen to take medicine seriously. He was well on his way to becoming a doctor and was studying medicine abroad when a visit to his homeland changed everything. Janson ditched his stethoscope for a …

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Dance Out team takes seniors into the musical past

By KENDALL KING, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter on November 23, 2021. Veiner Center Line Dancers’ “Dance Out” team perform for residents of the Seniors Village of Meadowridge to a soundtrack from the 1950s and 1960s .– NEW PHOTO KENDALL KING [email protected] The Veiner Center Line Dancers’ Dance Out team put …

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Zander and BPYO flourish in demanding concert

The 107 musicians of the Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra survived their last season without even expecting to rehearse together. Deprived of performance opportunities but determined to prevail over the circumstances of the time and continue to progress as musicians, the orchestra members spent much of this otherwise quiet time at …

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musician from Virginia entertains and educates students of Mackinaw Trail | New

CADILLAC – Robbie Schaefer was at Cadillac on Friday speaking with a group of fellow musicians. While the accomplished musician had a 30-year career in the Eddie group of Ohio, as a solo artist and playwright, he wasn’t speaking to a room full of people with similar life paths. Instead, …

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Friendswood Theater kicks off the holidays with a revue, then a musical

Thanksgiving is approaching, but it’s already “Christmas in Friendswood” with a show scheduled for November 20-21 at the new permanent home of the youth branch of Pitch Me This Productions. The installation, called PMT YAS! The studio after PMT’s drama and performance class series for young adults is at 3800 …

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Troubled Go-Go Musical “Head Over Heels” Finds Festive Redemption

Talk about an exuberant reopening. Pasadena Playhouse hosted theatergoers not to a play but to a party. The interior of the theater has been transformed into an 80s-style dance club. Members of the public can reserve seats in the upper or lower galleries, but those with general admission tickets are …

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Music to your ears – The New Indian Express

Express news service BENGALURU: With several musical events taking a severe hit since the start of the pandemic, it seems many are yearning to groove for live tunes again. And this show can be a beacon of hope for artists and music fans alike. Chennai-based contemporary classical group Staccato, vocalists …

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