Musical groups

The theater still vibrates after all these years … but hardly

The Rhumbelow Theater has provided significant support to local artistic events, mainly musical productions, over the past two decades, but their “mother ship” location in uMbilo has been rocked by financial difficulties. To keep their Rhumbelow Shellhole venue on Cunningham Road, uMbilo, and their overall operations from plunging into dire …

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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month at Yale

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-October 15), also known as Latinx Heritage Month, organizations around Yale and New Haven are hosting a variety of events to celebrate communities and cultures. Latinx. Below you’ll find an exciting range of activities, from visiting museums to dancing and tasting cocktails. Friday …

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Review: “Nothing Is Withheld” in “A Crossing: A Musical” at Barrington Stage Co. | Arts-theater

Theater critic What: “A Crossing – A Dance Musical.” Choreographed by Joshua Bergasse and Alberto Lopez. Directed by Joshua Bergasse. History of Mark St. Germain. Original songs by Zoe Sarnak. Arrangements of traditional Mexican folk songs and additional score by George Saenz. Music supervisor, Rick Hip-Flores. Musical Director, Jeffrey Campos. …

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Music and cheerfulness | News, Sports, Jobs

-Photo of the messenger by Kelby Wingert Members of Des Moines’ Nuestra Danza Sin Fronteras Mexican dance troupe perform Thursday morning at Iowa Central Community College’s Second Afro-Latino Festival at the Career Education Building. Mexican folk dancers in long, flowy skirts in bright colors moved to the beat of the …

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Casa Nueva hosts open mic parties, bonding artists

On Wednesday, September 29, Casa Nueva Cantina, 6 W. State St., was buzzing with crowds eager to immerse themselves in the atmosphere of live music. Every Wednesday, Casa Nueva hosts an open mic night for artists of all kinds. The open mic evening encourages a sense of community within the …

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Marcus Atom releases debut album of his catchy, soulful R&B

Gossip Wolf is no conspiracy theorist, but if you draw maps of Chicago’s disparate musical scenes on a bulletin board with strings and tacks, you’ll see drummer and soulman Marcus Anthony Johnson appearing everywhere! As a session musician, Johnson worked at Gravity Studios and Electrical Audio, collaborated with drummer Matt …

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Marching Orabs falters in first contest | New

SHELDON — The Sheldon High School Marching Orabs didn’t get the score they wanted in their first competition of the season on Saturday September 18th. Sheldon placed fourth of five in the Gold category at the Pursuit of Excellence Marching Band Festival in Marshall, MN. “We knew we had a …

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Shelter Music Group acquires UK artist management company AYITA

LONDON (CelebrityAccess) – Carl Stubner’s Shelter Music Group, the artist management company acquired by BMG in 2019, has announced its first major international expansion through a partnership with AYITA. The deal will bring AYITA’s list of 31 clients under the Shelter umbrella, including Grammy-nominated Australian house producer FISHER, chart-topping UK …

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When a minivan becomes a music machine

One heavy August evening on Randalls Island, I found myself in a field of Honda Odyssey and CR-Vs, deceived by towering rows of tweeters and subwoofers. Loudspeakers were fixed on the roofs or lined the trunks of vehicles like light artillery, painted in canary yellow, blood red and indigo blue. …

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WVU’s Mon Hills Music Group Partners with VEEPIO on NIL Policy Opportunities for Student Athletes Pursuing Business Opportunities in the Music Industry

Morgantown, Virginia – WVU College of Creative Arts’ record label group, My Hills Music Group, is proud to announce their partnership with an integrated e-commerce platform, VEEPIO, to enable WVU student-athletes to ” identify, realize and manage business opportunities in the music industry related to the new NCAA NIL (name, …

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The Recording Academy reorganizes the Grammys team

Awards Business News Industry People By Andy Malt | Posted on Monday, September 20, 2021 The US Recording Academy has given Ruby Marchand the responsibility of overseeing the good old Grammy Awards. This follows the departure of Bill Freimuth, who had played the role since 2018, being at the Academy …

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Triton Kids audition on Sunday | News, Sports, Jobs

-Photo submitted Triton Kids sings during a previous performance. This semester’s auditions will take place on Sunday. Triton Kids returns for another semester of inspiring young singers. Triton Kids is an auditioning choir of grades 3 through 8 from Fort Dodge and surrounding areas. It was founded in 2018 by …

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ENSIFERUM releases new music video for “Run From The Crushing Tide”; Group on tour with DARK TRANQUILITY in spring 2022

Ensiferum released their critically acclaimed feature, Thalassic, in 2020 via Metal Blade Records. The Finland-based band are extremely excited to release the album on the road in Spring 2022 in co-title with Swedish metal masters Dark Tranquility. To celebrate the news, the group released a new video for Thalassic’s fan-favorite …

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The Southbury Celebration Committee is looking for local musical talent to perform at the Celebration event on October 2

The Southbury Celebration Committee is looking for local musical talent, including students and adults, to volunteer to perform at this year’s Southbury Celebration Event on Saturday October 2, 2021 at beautiful Lake Stibbs at Southbury Training School on Route 172 in Southbury. The 23rd Annual Southbury Celebration featuring food, music, …

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Violinist Marije Johnston joins the Heath Quartet | New

Marije Johnston will become the new co-head of the Heath Quartet, alongside Sara Wolstenholme, replacing outgoing founder Oliver Heath. Previously with the Navarra Quartet, Johnston joined Wolstenholme, Gary Pomeroy (viola) and Christopher Murray (cello). She commented: “It is an honor to become a member of the Heath Quartet, a band …

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American rock star Don Everly has died at 84

Published on: 08/22/2021 – 19:00 Los Angeles (AFP) American country rock pioneer Don Everly, who was the surviving half of the Everly Brothers, has passed away at the age of 84 after a career that thrilled fans with a string of hits such as “Bye Bye Love” and “Wake Up …

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Signature Symphony season promises a ‘trip together’ | Arts-and-theater

“An Oklahoma Journey”, featuring Signature Quartet and Signature Chorale performing works by American composers ranging from songs by Woody Guthrie to Ralph Manuel’s “Hallelujah”, composed for a ceremony commemorating the Oklahoma City bombing, will take place November 6. Signature Symphony will resume traditional full orchestral performances on December 11 with …

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Jon Anderson concert review with photos

If you’re a YES fan, you would have loved Jon Anderson at the Ocean City Music Pier. He played with the Paul Green Academy which was made up of musicians aged 10 to 18 and these kids can rock. Scott Bluebond was at the show and offers this review. Jon …

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The Chopin de Valldemossa festival takes place in August

This year, the Valldemossa Chopin Festival Association presents a series of four concerts that music lovers cannot miss. Bulgarian violinist Vasko Vassilev and pianist Michel estelrich will open the festival on August 8 by presenting their recorded work dedicated to the works of Frédéric Chopin, for violin and piano by …

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Whitchurch students join open-air orchestra in Shrewsbury

STUDENTS from a Whitchurch school showed their creative side at a county-wide musical concert in Shrewsbury. The event, held in Shrewsbury Square, saw students from Whitchurch CE Infant and Nursery School join other schools for the show to celebrate the revival of their county ensembles. Shropshire Music Service hosted the …

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Music helps bring the community together | Sun this week

Community groups are re-preparing for in-person performances There is something magical about making music with friends. Genesis Jazz Orchestra, a 17-piece big-band based in the Southeastern Subway, performed at Mears Park in St. Paul last month for the first time since February 13, 2020. Genesis Jazz Orchestra director Conrad Miska …

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“All Shook Up” at Rock Ocean City Music Pier

The show is July 30 and July 31. Elvis Presley’s hits come to life on the Ocean City Music Pier stage in the new Broadway musical All Shook Up, starring the High School Jr Company of Ocean City Theater Company. This crazy musical based on Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, performed on …

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Seattle jazz scene turns up the volume as clubs reopen

Seattle-based nonprofit Jazz within earshot has long supported the scene with an extensive annual music festival, monthly jazz magazine, educational programs and regional performance listings. During the pandemic, he broadcast live small, socially distant performances from Town Hall and also distributed $ 73,000 to local musicians, through the Seattle Jazz …

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The Douglas Fourth of July committee shares the winners

The Douglas Fourth of July committee announced these winners following the July 4th festivities: 2021 Children’s Parade Winners – Bikes boys: Ivan Odenheimer – Girls’ bikes from 2 to 7 years old: Ayla Henry – Girls bikes 7-12 years old: Canon Cryderman – Tricycle: Luke West – Boy’s stroller: Ezra …

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Make music | U Daily

It’s good to be the first. Members of the Graduate Woodwind Quintet, known as 3-2-1 Winds, were more than delighted to graduate in spring 2021 as the first cohort of chamber ensemble assistants for graduates of the School of Music of the ‘University of Delaware. The creation in 2019 of …

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‘A Capitol Fourth’, Macy’s Fireworks captured on Holiday TV weekend – Daily Tribune

• “A Capitol Fourth”: PBS’s annual vacation telecast features fireworks and host Vanessa Williams as one of the performers, including Jimmy Buffet, Gladys Knight, Alan Jackson, Cynthia Erivo, Pentatonix, René Fleming, Train, Jennifer Nettles, Mickey Guyton, Jimmie Allen, Auli’i Cravalho, Laura Osnes, Ali Stroker, The National Symphony Orchestra, United States …

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JCA announces the 2021-22 performing arts season

By the herald’s staff JASPER – Jasper Community Arts has unveiled the featured artists for its upcoming 2021-22 season. Twelve performances will be presented, most performing at the Jasper Arts Center and a few at the historic Astra Theater. The 2021-22 JCA season will run from September 2021 to April …

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Broadway is back at the Carson Center |

After a year in the dark, the Carson Center is ready to light up again, Broadway style. Six shows will arrive in Paducah as part of the Carson Center Broadway series. Featured for the 2021-22 season are “Rent”, “The Prom”, “An Officer and a Gentleman”, “Waitress”, “Hairspray” and “Beautiful: The …

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