Musical groups

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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