Monthly Archives: September 2021

Stone performing arts company Rooftops Studios expands with additional facility in Leek> A Little Bit of Stone

Stone’s Rooftop Studios is expanding with an additional Performing Arts Academy and recording studio in Leek. Young leeks with a passion for theater, song and dance are in luck – with the launch of a brand new studio in town. The new facility is located in Newspaper House on Brook …

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Q-authorization trading for compositions | San Diego Drive

Photograph by Caitlin Rother Geza Keller: New Mexico Tech has something to gain from their album You have nothing to lose. “When I was working in Los Alamos in the 80s, I had a Q clearance and I made a complete revelation about my family still in Hungary,” says Geza …

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Crowd Pleases: 11 Perfect Performing Arts Titles For Creative Teens

In this roundup of YA titles, dance, music, drama, television, and the visual arts are the media through which adolescents explore identity, cultural heritage, racism, sexuality, family obligations and evolving friendships. In this series of titles, dance, music, theater, television and the visual arts are the media through which adolescents …

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Fog Machines added drama to Rick Owens’ Spring 2022 collection – WWD

After a few seasons of performances without an audience, but still hauntingly spellbinding on a desolate stretch of Lido beach in Venice, Rick Owens was at odds over how to get back to the Paris runway: a modest and understated presentation, or the usual bombast? The question was answered with …

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Willingham Performing Arts Academy Presents ‘Spookley the Square Pumpkin’ at Willingham Theater October 21-24, 2021 | Children Family

Watch Spookley learn to be the bravest pumpkin around! (Yadkinville, North Carolina) – The Willingham Theater and the Willingham Performing Arts Academy get into the spirit of fall with the performance of the musical “Spookley the Square Pumpkin” from October 21-24, 2021 at the Willingham Theater. This musical is family …

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It is “unlike anything that exists”

Katharine McPhee x MINDD MINDD / Riker Brothers bra Katharine McPhee Does the perfect bra exist? If so, Katharine McPhee may have found it. McPhee, 37, has teamed up with MINDD, a lingerie company that caters to bra size D + women, and released their very first capsule collection titled …

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Erin Rogers develops compositions in real time using techniques spanning 2,000 miles

“… a world radiant with imagination and curiosity, where beauty is disguised.” This is how Erin rogers describe 2000 miles (Relative height records), his second music album for solo saxophone. Recorded in a basement during a 14-day Covid quarantine, 2000 miles emulates the visceral discomfort and desire for a true …

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$ 50 million donation to speed up construction of UVA performing arts center | State and regional news

DAILY PROGRESS FILE University officials on Tuesday increased the number of students who can congregate in one location from five to 10. By BRYAN MCKENZIE Daily Progress $ 50 million donation from Charlottesville fine arts supporter will fund a new performing arts center at the University of Virginia, AVU president …

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The performing arts bookstore is relaunching online

September 27, 2021 @booksandpublishing Stage whispers magazine bought the performing arts bookstore Book Nook, saving the business from closure and launching it as a new online shop. Founded over 35 years ago, Book Nook was scheduled to close due to Covid-19 earlier this year, before Stage whispers moved to save …

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$ 50 million donation to speed up construction of UVa performing arts center | UVa

“This is not a performing arts center. [The new center] would be totally different in terms of design and capacity, but also different in terms of acoustic design, audience presentation and stage capacity, ”he said. Kielbasa said the new center will support the local economy through its schedule. “It will …

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Canadian College of the Performing Arts announces in-person season 2021-2022

Worlds of drama and comedy; fear and bravery; Heaven and Hell collide on stage during this year’s Canadian College of the Performing Arts live theater season. The College’s ever-adaptable community welcomes nationally recognized directors to reinvigorate students and audiences once again with live performances. “When Worlds Collide on stage, it …

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Best Original Music – Jonny Greenwood has three nominations

Variety's Awards Circuit is home to the official predictions for the upcoming Oscars and Emmys ceremonies from film awards editor Clayton Davis. Following history, buzz, news, reviews and sources, the Oscar and Emmy predictions are updated regularly with the current year's list of contenders in all categories. Variety's Awards Circuit …

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Performing arts abound in Rocky Hill

When planning to see a play, opera, or symphony, the Knoxville venues that come to mind first are likely to be the Tennessee and Bijou Theaters or other places in and around the downtown area. But look a little further and you’ll find a thriving performing arts community in the …

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Curtains open on A Chorus Line at the Topeka Performing Arts Center

TOPEKA (KSNT) – A Chorus Line is now performing at the Topeka Performing Arts Center. Auditions for parts of the musical were held earlier in 2021. “It’s a total celebration of the arts. The cast and production crew spent countless hours bringing this story to life, ”said Larry Gawronski, Executive …

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The first compositions of Ysaÿe | To concentrate

The following is an excerpt from the article “Poetic Injustice: Ysaÿe” in the July 2008 issue. To read the full article, click here Ysaÿe’s pieces, although rarely performed, reveal a composer who often sought inspiration in poetry and whose music was inseparable from his unique playing style. Chausson, Debussy and …

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The best team lineups for Jean

Many players in Genshin Impact consider healers to be the kind of interchangeable class. After all, if Qiqi can heal as well as Jean or Noelle, then what else should be considered. Unfortunately, healers are a class with more complexity than it appears; from recharging energy to basic considerations, there …

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Officials open performing arts center at Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School | Catoosa Walker News

Catoosa County School officials on Tuesday September 14 opened a performing arts center at Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School. The LFO Performing Arts Theater, which is funded by ESPLOST (Special Use Local Sales Tax for Education) funds, is expected to open in August 2023. A large crowd of elected officials, community …

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MY BIG GAY ITALIAN FUNERAL is coming to the Avenel Performing Arts Center next month

The Avenel Performing Arts Center (APAC), a new multidisciplinary performing arts center located in Woodbridge, New Jersey, presents My Big Gay Italian Funeral from October 7 to 17, 2021. My Big Gay Italian Funeral is the sequel to “My Big Gay Italian Wedding”. Like the wedding, the funeral was also …

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VA Tech School of Performing Arts announces fall 2021 season

Trumpeter Ryan Gardner After a year of virtual performances, the Virginia Tech School of Performing Arts plans to host in-person events for its next season. Performances by students, faculty, and guest artists, as well as film screenings, begin September 18. Most events are free. MusicThe Virginia Tech Trumpet Festival kicks …

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School of Performing Arts Announces Fall 2021 Season | VTx

After a year of virtual performances, the Virginia Tech School of Performing Arts plans to host in-person events for its next season. Performances by students, faculty, and guest artists, as well as film screenings, begin September 18. Most events are free. MusicThe Virginia Tech Trumpet Festival kicks off the season …

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Olivia Virtue of the Hunter School of the Performing Arts Wins Math Contest with Teen Vaping Study | Newcastle Herald

news, local news, The use of electronic cigarettes among young vapers at school caused a sensation this year. At the time, students were smoking behind the hangars. Now, so to speak, they are vaping behind the hangars. They seem to think vaping is safer than smoking, without knowing the health …

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Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Center broadcasts TUNKU THE MUSICAL

In conjunction with Malaysia’s Independence Day on August 31, 2021, klpac will be posting an archival recording of “TUNKU The Musical” on YouTube free to the public from 12 noon on August 31, 2021 until midnight on the 12th. September 2021. Original creation by director Joe Hasham OAM for Malaysia’s …

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Young people perform important compositions – Central Queensland Today

Ivan Richardson with two Topology members at the Creative Music Bootcamp concert earlier this year. By Sean Fox Music lovers from central Queensland are warmly invited to join the Rockhampton Youth Orchestra as they present a very special concert on the weekends. Aiming to help the development of young artists …

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Best team lineups for Yanfei

Yanfei to Genshin Impact is a Pyro catalyst character who comes from Liyue. This legal advisor is half Adepti and is known for her incredible work in negotiations. Yanfei is not only excellent when it comes to law, but he’s also fantastic in combat. She is similar to Ningguang in …

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Start your career in the performing arts at Actors Center Australia

Calling all aspiring actors and directors! If you’ve memorized entire monologues from your favorite movie, your Oscar acceptance speech was written since you were ten, and you love nothing more than standing in front of (or behind) a camera, so Australia Actor Center (ACA) wants you. The renowned Leichhardt-based Drama …

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BPCC PERFORMING ARTS THEATER WINS THE GREATEST HONORS FROM THE KENNEDY CENTER AMERICAN COLLEGE THEATER FESTIVAL

The Bossier Parish Community College’s drama program production of tense and suspenseful drama, Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde was honored with the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) awards. Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde were selected by the official KCACTF referees to be considered for the annual Region VI …

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News: The Théâtre de l’Hippodrome announces compulsory vaccination at the Center France-Merrick des Arts du Spectacle

Hippodrome Theater. SOURCE: Wikimedia Commons Teda13 The Théâtre de l’Hippodrome announces the vaccination obligation for all guests eligible for the vaccine at the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center; Children 11 and under will not need proof of a negative test; all guests will need a face mask. After months of preparation …

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Paul Taylor Dance Company – Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center

Paul Taylor Dance Company Friday September 3 at 8 p.m. In the theater – limited capacity. Masks required. Participants will be asked to show proof of vaccination upon admission. Read the updated security guidelines for more information. TICKETS $ 20 – $ 95 Discount event for Mahaiwe members $ 20 …

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The exhibition ‘Ansel Adams: Compositions in Nature’ captures the life’s work of the renowned artist, …

Mount Williamson, La Sierra Nevada, from Manzanar, California, 1944, printed 1973-1975, Ansel Adams (American, 1902-1984), gelatin silver print. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Adolph D. and Wilkins C. Williams fonds. Photograph of Ansel Adams © The Ansel Adams Publishing Rights Trust. Ansel Adams (American, 1902-1984), Bridalveil Fall, ca. 1952, printed …

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