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Flutist Jamie Baum making Bay Area debut
Surviving in New York City as a trumpeter or saxophonist takes talent and tenacity, but succeeding as a flute player requires an added layer of toughness. Jamie Baum has been one of jazz's most...
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OU gets $3.7M gift for its eye institute
When Irene Kinsey Stare died at age 100 in March 2013, Oakland University already knew she was donating just over $1 million to its Eye Research Institute, which her first husband, renowned eye...
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Paine College is rebuilding music program
He joined the faculty at the liberal arts college last fall, and was tasked with re-establishing the program and bringing back culture and arts to Paine. The music program, which once had been...
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NPR Story | Alaska Public Media
... Black Horn': Blowing Past Classical Music's Color Barriers Robert Lee Watt fell in love with the French horn at an early age. He met a lot of resistance from people who thought his background...
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Arts commission to honor Clark professor
Vancouver resident Don Appert will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Clark County Arts Commission. Appert, 61, is in his 25th year at Clark College, where he's chairman of the music...
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University of Kansas
The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center retur...
From Lincoln Center to the Mary Seaton Room On Tuesday, November 11 at 8pm, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center will perform at Kleinhans Music Hall as part of the Buffalo Chamber Music...
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Marika Galea Quintet kicks off Brown Bag concerts
A new Brown Bag Concert Series at Mechanics Hall, 321 Main St., Worcester, opens up at noon Nov. 12, with a performance by the Marika Galea Quintet from Berklee College of Music in Boston. Galea, a...
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Diverse musical legacy gives Nick Sanders Trio it...
Reached at his Brooklyn, N.Y., home last week, Nick Sanders was facing a rare stretch of time -- a free week. Yet, this was no vacation. "I'm still super busy," said Sanders, an up-and-coming jazz...
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Arts and EntertainmentPiano prodigy George Li visits the HillBy Cedar Weyker ’17 October 31, 2014 Hamilton’s music department is known for providing students with an engaging and dynamic array of...
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JAZZ REWRITES FAMILIAR MELODIES
PETER Stoltzman’s new standards Many modern listeners shy away from listening to jazz. It can be a daunting task. But when the infamously heady genre is pulled down to earth by recognizable melodies...
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Stulberg-winning teen cellist Zlatomir Fung to so...
GRAND RAPIDS, MI -- Zlatomir Fung is going places. Then again, the 15-year-old cellist had already gone places before winning the Stulberg International String Competition in Kalamazoo last...
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Emmanuel performs for fundraiser
First Baptist Church of Melrose hosted a French concert and fundraiser on Oct. 24 at the church. Kristyn Taylor and Linda Emmanuel, of Newton, were featured sopranos and were accompanied by Michael...
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Drummer Mike Calabrese talks about the sudden suc...
Mike Calabrese was standing backstage a year ago at New York City's Town Hall before a concert to celebrate the music of the Coen Brothers film Inside Llewyn Davis, when the Lake Street Dive drummer...
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New York City
Milk Carton Kids And Sarah Jarosz Bring Musical V...
Folk singers Kenneth Pattengale and Joey Ryan perform as the Milk Carton Kids, a duo known for their flat-picking guitar style and close harmonies. They will combine their formidable talents with...
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