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A Day In Denver
I made the most of a sunny Saturday in the Mile High City. Here are some thoughts about a few of the cultural activities I undertook: 1. The Five Points Jazz Festival:This beloved street festival...
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Pablo Ziegler & Metropole Orkest - Amsterdam Meet...
... Angel” and “Places,” on the other hand, are kind of outliers. “Pajaro Angel” was composed as a slow waltz for a TV series all the way back in 1973, while “Places” (originally written for a...
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Chorale’s vocal ‘Quilt’
The Sonoma Valley Chorale interprets a patchwork of music with “An American Quilt, ” a program ranging from African-American spirituals to Bob Dylan and
. The concert opens Saturday...
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Artist's Choice: Ken Peplowski on Great Clarinet ...
Benny Goodman “Stealin’ Apples” The Essential Benny Goodman (Bluebird/Legacy, 2007) This is a great example of Benny at his best, in 1939. You can hear him give a lift to the entire big band with...
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Loyola camps focus on jazz
The summer jazz band camp runs June 16-20. The program provides opportunities for students to increase skills, understanding and appreciation of jazz by working closely with the Loyola jazz faculty....
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Ben Andrews wins National Collegiate Solo Competi...
He has learned from many masters of percussion, among them such world-class performers as Valerie Naranjo, writer and first-chair marimbist for �Lion King� on Broadway, percussionist for �SNL�; Alan...
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United States Army
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A cappella group bristles at being labeled
The La Grua Center Music Matters series is proud to present the highly acclaimed seven-member men’s a cappella group The Conn Artists at 5 p.m. Sunday in Stonington. Pinning The Conn Artists to a...
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MOJA in Europe: The 2013 Budapest-Vienna-Prague J...
My last trip to Europe was to attend the 2008 Barcelona Jazz Festival and I certainly found some unique and interesting new takes on how to make jazz. The electric big band sound of Llibert Fortuny...
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Weekend Warriors: The Northwest Chicago Film Soci...
I’m stuck in rush hour traffic on I-90 on the way to the Six Corners of Portage Park, where I’m headed to catch a flick at one of the oldest movie houses in Chicago, the Portage Theater. The place has...
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Hagerstown Taste of the Arts is a feast for the s...
It was a feast for the eyes, ears and appetite Thursday night as the spotlight shown on City Center’s offerings of cuisine, art and music. Taste of the Arts, the third event of its kind in...
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Barbara Ingram School for the Arts
A spectacle of circus arts
Live music, lights, dancing and all of the charm of a sideshow fill this party Aerialists, sword dancers, magicians, contortionists, jugglers and circus-arts performers of all types bring excitement...
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Ashland Daily Tidings
Historic Ashland Armory
Tunes on the Town
THURSDAY, May 16 SingerSongwriterShuffle, 7 to 10 p.m., Giuseppe’s Ristorante and Piano Bar, corner of Main and Washington streets, Gloucester. Hosted by TMax; lineup Mike O’Connell, Amy Lohman,...
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Mingus Speaks, by John Goodman, review
You might sympathise with Mingus on that one but it’s hard not to be revolted by the violence. He punched Jimmy Knepper in the mouth – breaking a tooth and doing serious damage to the trombonist’s...
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Multimedia mixes with jazz
Sam Allen taught his son how to read music and play piano, and now his son is grown up and telling his father’s life story through jazz. John Allen will perform “An Evening with John Allen and...
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Marysville High School
Smuin Ballet’s ‘Bouquet’ a feast for the senses
Six years after Michael Smuin’s death, Smuin Ballet continues to carry his torch, performing his works and new pieces he would have loved. “Bouquet,” the mixed spring program with two local premieres...
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Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
Darrell Grand Moultrie
Organ appeal for Ilfracombe church
Organ appeal for Ilfracombe churchHoly Trinity organist Simon Helier at the console of the old church organ. Parishioners need to raise thousands to repair or replace Victorian organ. To send a link...
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Boise High School
Boise High's predecessor, Central School, opened in 1882. It stood on what's now the Capitol Mall. As one indicator of Boise's growing population in that era, enrollment at Central was 700 students in...
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Boise Art Museum
Tappin’ for joy: Maurice Hines celebrates his her...
When tap dancer Maurice Hines takes the stage at the Cutler Majestic Theatre to perform "Tappin’ Thru Life," one of the first things you’ll see is a baby picture of him projected on a big screen. Up...
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10 Bars That Should Be On Your Bucket List
Loading Slideshow Heinold's First and Last Chance Saloon, Oakland, CA Built from an old whaling ship in 1883 this water-front saloon saw sailors and pirates drinking at the (now very slanted) bar...
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Last Chance Saloon
Department of Interior
Life is an audition....are you ready?
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - In a matter of weeks, school will be out for most students and summer break will be here. For a lot of those kids, heading to camp is often the highlight of their summer....
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