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Comox Valley Record
The world on some stringsguitar virtuoso Quinn Bachand is well known to lovers of acoustic music in Cour
Comox Valley Record / Posted 3 hours ago
guitar virtuoso Quinn Bachand is well known to lovers of acoustic music in Courtenay. A musical prodigy at a very young age, the 21-year-old Bachand has long had a national reputation, both on his own and for touring with Canadian fiddling... Read more
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Business Wire
Grammy-Nominated Artist, Aloe Blacc, and Kenneth Cole Fragrances Discover Breakthrough Musical TalentNEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aloe Blacc, in partnership with Kenneth Cole Fragran
Business Wire / Posted 7 hours ago
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aloe Blacc, in partnership with Kenneth Cole Fragrances announces the release of the original track, “Sweet Tooth,” a collaboration with the Grammy-nominated artist and winner of the “FIND YOUR BOLD” talent contest, Brielle... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Arts Around Town: Connecting with community key to RSO's new executive directorasked what artists he would like to bring to Reading, he mentioned violinists J
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 5 days ago
asked what artists he would like to bring to Reading, he mentioned violinists Joshua Bell and Sarah Chang, cellist Yo Yo Ma, and pianist Emanuel Ax. Gross said he also would like to expand education outreach and see "more contact with our... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Hamburg: Why it's time you took a break in Germany's most liveable cityYou’re either an Elbe river or an Alster lake kind of person,” said Lydia, a ge
Daily Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
You’re either an Elbe river or an Alster lake kind of person,” said Lydia, a geborene Hamburgerin, or a local born and raised in Hamburg, who I met on a bridge in HafenCity. The maritime city is defined by the ebb and flow of water. The Elbe, the... Read more
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Business Wire
Landmark VR Film COLLISIONS Snags Emmy for Outstanding New Approaches: DocumentarySAN MATEO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jaunt Inc., industry leader in immersive ex
Business Wire / Posted 8 days ago
SAN MATEO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jaunt Inc., industry leader in immersive experiences, today announced the groundbreaking VR work COLLISIONS, a Sundance Institute New Frontier | Jaunt VR Residency Program project, has won an Emmy for the... Read more
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The Jacksonville Daily News
- Opinion - The Daily News - Jacksonville, NCyear. On Oct. 7, 1977, the Queen double-A single "We Are the Champions" (by le
The Jacksonville Daily News / Posted 9 days ago
year. On Oct. 7, 1977, the Queen double-A single "We Are the Champions" (by lead singer Freddie Mercury) and "We Will Rock You" (by lead guitarist Brian May) was released in the United Kingdom by EMI Records. In 1765, the Stamp Act Congress... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Opinionyear. On Oct. 7, 1977, the Queen double-A single "We Are the Champions" (by le
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 9 days ago
year. On Oct. 7, 1977, the Queen double-A single "We Are the Champions" (by lead singer Freddie Mercury) and "We Will Rock You" (by lead guitarist Brian May) was released in the United Kingdom by EMI Records. In 1765, the Stamp Act Congress... Read more
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Sioux City Journal
Today in HistoryToday's Birthdays: Retired South African Archbishop and Nobel Peace laureate De
Sioux City Journal / Posted 10 days ago
Today's Birthdays: Retired South African Archbishop and Nobel Peace laureate Desmond Tutu is 86. Author Thomas Keneally is 82. Comedian Joy Behar is 75. Former National Security Council aide Lt. Col. Oliver North (ret.) is 74. Rock musician Kevin... Read more
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Reality TV World
Famous birthdays for Oct. 7: Simon Cowell, Taylor Hicks, Toni Braxton, Vladimir Putin, Kira Kosarin, Holland Roden, Yo-Yo Ma, Joy Beharof Independence Caesar Rodney in 1728 -- Danish atomic physicist Niels Bohr in
Reality TV World / Posted 10 days ago
of Independence Caesar Rodney in 1728 -- Danish atomic physicist Niels Bohr in 1885 -- Nation of Islam leader Elijah Muhammad in 1897 -- South African archbishop and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Desmond Tutu in 1931 (age 86) -- Oliver North, the... Read more
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Reality TV World
Famous birthdays for Oct. 7: Toni Braxton, Vladimir Putinof Independence Caesar Rodney in 1728 -- Danish atomic physicist Niels Bohr in
Reality TV World / Posted 10 days ago
of Independence Caesar Rodney in 1728 -- Danish atomic physicist Niels Bohr in 1885 -- Nation of Islam leader Elijah Muhammad in 1897 -- Actor June Allyson in 1917 -- South African archbishop and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Desmond Tutu in 1931... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
This day in history, Oct. 7, 2017Oct. 7, 1977, the Queen double-A single "We Are the Champions" (by lead singer
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
Oct. 7, 1977, the Queen double-A single "We Are the Champions" (by lead singer Freddie Mercury) and "We Will Rock You" (by lead guitarist Brian May) was released in the United Kingdom by EMI Records.On this date In 1765, the Stamp Act... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
October 7Republican candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger as the new governor over fellow Repu
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 10 days ago
Republican candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger as the new governor over fellow Republican Tom McClintock and Democrat Cruz Bustamante, who at the time was the sitting lieutenant governor of California. The race had 135 candidates who qualified for the... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
October 7Republican candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger as the new governor over fellow Repu
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 10 days ago
Republican candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger as the new governor over fellow Republican Tom McClintock and Democrat Cruz Bustamante, who at the time was the sitting lieutenant governor of California. The race had 135 candidates who qualified for the... Read more
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Daily Herald
Today in Historyyear. On Oct. 7, 1977, the Queen double-A single "We Are the Champions" (by le
Daily Herald / Posted 10 days ago
year. On Oct. 7, 1977, the Queen double-A single "We Are the Champions" (by lead singer Freddie Mercury) and "We Will Rock You" (by lead guitarist Brian May) was released in the United Kingdom by EMI Records. In 1765, the Stamp Act Congress... Read more
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Boston Globe
This day in historydays left in the year. Birthdays: Retired South African Archbishop and Nobel P
Boston Globe / Posted 10 days ago
days left in the year. Birthdays: Retired South African Archbishop and Nobel Peace laureate Desmond Tutu is 86. Author Thomas Keneally is 82. Comedian Joy Behar is 75. Former National Security Council aide Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North (ret.) is... Read more
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Philly.com
Why today's protest songs will never matter as much as old onesBack then, it was Bob Dylan and Marvin Gaye’s job. Now, it seems to be Jimmy K
Philly.com / Posted 11 days ago
Back then, it was Bob Dylan and Marvin Gaye’s job. Now, it seems to be Jimmy Kimmel’s. Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s The Vietnam War is full up with music, as you would expect from an 18-hour opus that chronicles a tumultuous period in history in... Read more
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Philly.com
Philadelphia's Lenfests receive Carnegie Medal for their extraordinary philanthropyNEW YORK — As patrons and major supporters of the arts in Philadelphia, Marguer
Philly.com / Posted 13 days ago
NEW YORK — As patrons and major supporters of the arts in Philadelphia, Marguerite and H.F. “Gerry” Lenfest are used to giving ovations. Tuesday afternoon they received one at a tony luncheon at the New York Public Library as they and seven other... Read more
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Beverly Hills Courier
Los Angeles Children’s Chorus Names Fernando Malvar-Ruiz New Artistic DirectorPosted: Monday, October 2, 2017 – 4:22 PM Fernando Malvar-Ruiz, internationall
Beverly Hills Courier / Posted 14 days ago
Posted: Monday, October 2, 2017 – 4:22 PM Fernando Malvar-Ruiz, internationally regarded choral conductor, clinician and educator, has been named the next artistic director of Los Angeles Children’s Chorus (LACC), noted for its bel canto sound. LACC... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Garden Theatre, Orlando Philharmonic lift spirits in season openersSaturday, my soul was flying high. A musical matinee and an evening concert gav
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 16 days ago
Saturday, my soul was flying high. A musical matinee and an evening concert gave my spirits a much-needed lift. In part, the boost came from the programs’ subject matter. At the Garden Theatre in Winter Garden, it was closing weekend for the Andrew... Read more
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Greencastle Banner-Graphic
EDITORIAL: We would all do well to listenTalk, talk talk. It�s what we specialize in these days. Everyone has a take on
Greencastle Banner-Graphic / Posted 18 days ago
Talk, talk talk. It�s what we specialize in these days. Everyone has a take on something from the anthem, to police brutality to tax reform to Hugh Hefner. There�s a lot of talk but is anyone actually listening? Or are we just waiting to... Read more
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FOX 31 Denver
World renowned hip hop violinists perform in DenverViolin will perform for audiences in Denver on Thursday, September 28 and Frida
FOX 31 Denver / Posted 18 days ago
Violin will perform for audiences in Denver on Thursday, September 28 and Friday September 29 at 7:30 p.m. at the Newman Center for Performing Arts on the University of Denver campus and in Ft. Collins on September 30. The Black Violin show,... Read more
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Post Magazine
HPA announces 2017 Awards nominees– Einstein: Chapter 1” Pankaj Bajpai // Encore Hollywood “The Crown – Smoke a
Post Magazine / Posted 19 days ago
– Einstein: Chapter 1” Pankaj Bajpai // Encore Hollywood “The Crown – Smoke and Mirrors” Asa Shoul // Molinare “The Man in the High Castle – Detonation” Roy Vasich // Technicolor Outstanding Color Grading – Commercial Land O' Lakes – "The... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
L.A. Phil throws a Mozart gala with Dudamel, Wang, Thibaudet and fly chocolate ballsGuidelines for an orchestra gala tend to go something like this: Be flashy. Sh
Los Angeles Times / Posted 19 days ago
Guidelines for an orchestra gala tend to go something like this: Be flashy. Show off the orchestra. Get Yo-Yo Ma as soloist. Keep it short. Dumb down. Remember that many paid generously for the posh party afterward. Ever the disrupter, the Los... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Beethoven's Ninth still spreads the joyShockingly, apparently not everyone is a fan of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. Yo
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 20 days ago
Shockingly, apparently not everyone is a fan of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. You know the one — it famously ends with the “Ode to Joy” chorus. The one that celebrated the fall of the Berlin Wall, that inspired the hymn “Joyful, Joyful, We Adore... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
What it takes to be a good leaderTop executives share their views on what makes a good leader in the workplace |
Daily Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
Top executives share their views on what makes a good leader in the workplace | Daily Telegraph Invalid postcode. Sorry we couldn't find a match for that, please try again Breaking News Entertainmentnav_small_right Miranda Devine Piers... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Prices to rise for Hollywood Bowl tickets and parkinga price increase for tickets and parking for the 2018 season. The request from
Los Angeles Times / Posted 20 days ago
a price increase for tickets and parking for the 2018 season. The request from the Los Angeles Philharmonic Assn., which manages the Bowl, increases each ticket from $1 to $10 depending on the section, day and type of show. The popular $1 ticket... Read more
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News.com.au
What it takes to be a good leaderfrom the growing food packaging, community care, telecommunications, beauty and
News.com.au / Posted 22 days ago
from the growing food packaging, community care, telecommunications, beauty and real estate industries join management consultant Anthony Mitchell in sharing their insights on creating leadership qualities. anthony mitchell,... Read more
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CBS News
Ann Patchett: Writer, and purveyor, of booksvery unseemly somehow -- the Catholic girl in me is like, 'I shouldn't be selli
CBS News / Posted 23 days ago
very unseemly somehow -- the Catholic girl in me is like, 'I shouldn't be selling my own books.' But look, we are." As you might expect from a novelist, there's a good story behind Parnassus Books, and it's one that's bigger than just one... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Conductor Carolyn Kuan Among 11 To Become U.S. Citizens At HSO ConcertOn Oct. 7, before the second night of the HSO's "Beethoven's Eroica" Masterwork
Hartford Courant / Posted 25 days ago
On Oct. 7, before the second night of the HSO's "Beethoven's Eroica" Masterworks Series at the Bushnell, 11 Connecticut residents will take the oath to become U.S. citizens. HSO Music Director Carolyn Kuan, a native of Taiwan, will be one of... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Region News: Toddler killed in hit-and-run in in Sevier Countya news release states. Southeast Tennessee counties set for distribution inclu
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 25 days ago
a news release states. Southeast Tennessee counties set for distribution include Bradley, Franklin, Grundy, Hamilton, Marion, McMinn, Meigs, Monroe, Polk and Sequatchie. Baits will be tossed from low-flying planes and helicopters starting... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Albright To Continue Lee’s Presidential Concert SeriesBack by popular demand, Lee University will welcome pianist Charlie Albright in
The Chattanoogan / Posted 25 days ago
Back by popular demand, Lee University will welcome pianist Charlie Albright in an encore performance for the next installment of its Presidential Concert Series. The concert will take place in Squires Recital Hall on Tuesday, Oct. 3, at 7:30... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
MacMaster, Leahy and family coming to townJack White, built a career as a Celtic music superstar recording albums and per
Sarnia Observer / Posted 26 days ago
Jack White, built a career as a Celtic music superstar recording albums and performing with The Chieftains, Carlos Santana, Yo Yo Ma and others. In 2002, she married Leahy, the oldest brother in the acclaimed family music group Leahy, and they have... Read more
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Bay Area Reporter
Season opens with real panacheOh arts-loving pumpkins, the fall arts season has definitely begun! Your gay ol
Bay Area Reporter / Posted 26 days ago
Oh arts-loving pumpkins, the fall arts season has definitely begun! Your gay old uncle Out There has been running around to season openers like there's no tomorrow – which is silly, since there's a whole action-packed season ahead. In a week that... Read more
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CNET
How the iPhone 8 Plus sees San Francisco The Golden Gate Bridge at sunrise as seen from the Marin Headlands. Rich det
CNET / Posted 28 days ago
The Golden Gate Bridge at sunrise as seen from the Marin Headlands. Rich detail seen in the concrete of the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy sign at Point Lobos. Overlooking San Francisco's Sutro... Read more
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Salon.com
Ten years in the making, "The Vietnam War" is broad and stunningweeks of the Gulf War and during George H.W. Bush’s administration. “The War” c
Salon.com / Posted 30 days ago
weeks of the Gulf War and during George H.W. Bush’s administration. “The War” came to us prior to the election of Barack Obama, and several years into another Middle Eastern combat that continues to ensnarl us today. Airing “The Vietnam War” now... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
Ken Burns' 'Vietnam War' is required viewing - all 18 hours of it"The Vietnam War" (airing Sunday through Sept. 28 on PBS stations) took a decad
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 30 days ago
"The Vietnam War" (airing Sunday through Sept. 28 on PBS stations) took a decade to research, film, edit and ultimately perfect. It clocks in at 18 hours - a length as daunting as its subject, yet worth every single minute of your time.... Read more
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The Patriot Ledger
Ken Burns' 'Vietnam War' is required viewing - all 18 hours of it"The Vietnam War" (airing Sunday through Sept. 28 on PBS stations) took a decad
The Patriot Ledger / Posted 30 days ago
"The Vietnam War" (airing Sunday through Sept. 28 on PBS stations) took a decade to research, film, edit and ultimately perfect. It clocks in at 18 hours - a length as daunting as its subject, yet worth every single minute of your time.... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
A glorious night with Ma and the SymphonyEvery social circle has someone who makes life more exciting, more inviting, th
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted a month ago
Every social circle has someone who makes life more exciting, more inviting, than it would otherwise be. It’s the person who takes an ordinary party and transforms it into something memorable, whose wit and warmth and radiance make each encounter a... Read more
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The Berkeley Daily Planet
Full Text of All Articles The Berkeley Daily PlanetIn a recent conversation at Berkeley’s hub of classical music, The Musical Offe
The Berkeley Daily Planet / Posted 1 months ago
In a recent conversation at Berkeley’s hub of classical music, The Musical Offering on Bancroft Street, the name Yo-Yo Ma came up. The knowledgeable folks at The Musical Offering treated Yo-Yo Ma with undisguised scorn, dismissing him as the kind of... Read more
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The Berkeley Daily Planet
An Underwhelming Opening Night at San Francisco Symphony. CategoryIn a recent conversation at Berkeley’s hub of classical music, The Musical Offe
The Berkeley Daily Planet / Posted 1 months ago
In a recent conversation at Berkeley’s hub of classical music, The Musical Offering on Bancroft Street, the name Yo-Yo Ma came up. The knowledgeable folks at The Musical Offering treated Yo-Yo Ma with undisguised scorn, dismissing him as the kind of... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Trump's talks with Democrats may finally end the 'Dreamers' stalemateMark your calendars: A veritable who’s who of far-right rock stars such as Pame
Los Angeles Times / Posted 1 months ago
Mark your calendars: A veritable who’s who of far-right rock stars such as Pamela Geller, Mike Cernovich and Erik Prince are slated to join Milo Yiannopoulos, Ann Coulter and former White House strategist Stephen K. Bannon at UC Berkeley this month... Read more

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