Monthly Archives: October 2021

Performing arts at the service of Acadiana

Lafayette, LA- The executive director of Performing Arts Serving Acadiana, who said the renowned group will bring new artists to the Heymann Performing Arts Center. “Everyone wins when you attend a performing arts event. “ Many in the Acadiana area are familiar with the ancient Acadiana Performing Arts Society. “We …

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Fashion t2 decodes some festive looks fusion with the new collection of Ruceru

Ruceru’s Diwali 2021 collection is an amalgamation of popular fashion trends of the present day – from curtains in metallic undertones, from sequins to flowing silhouettes. Entitled “I am Her’s”, it is an ode to nature, inspired by nature education. Keeping Diwali celebrations and the brand’s ethos in mind, the …

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Impressive cast breathes new life into FM Opera’s “Don Giovanni”

Take “Don Giovanni”, for example. The work of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart seems to be a classic since its first performance in 1787 and remains one of the most famous operas of all time thanks to its playful and dramatic music. But has the time come for classical work? In today’s …

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Will Packer Performing Arts Amphitheater officially unveiled

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) – The FAMU Amphitheater changes its name. It is now named after film mogul, television producer and FAMU alumnus Will Packer. Packer has returned to the capital to kick off the FAMU’s return weekend festivities. It was a packed house on Friday morning at the amphitheater and …

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Manitoba Opera’s 2021-22 season is just around the corner

WINNIPEG – In less than a week, the Manitoba Opera will have seats filled at the Centennial Concert Hall to open its 2021-22 season. Two operas in one act are presented on November 5 and 6: The phone and Human voice next Friday and Saturday (enter to win tickets). The …

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Plans for a new performing arts center open up long-awaited possibilities for the arts at U.Va. – The Daily Rider

The University announced on September 24 that Tessa Ader, an honorary member of the advisory board of the Fralin Art Museum, had donated $ 50 million to the University to fund the construction of a new performing arts center. The center, which will be built along the Emmet-Ivy Corridor, hopes …

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Soap spoilers for Monday, November 1, 2021

There will be no dull moments this week on The young and the restless, Days of our lives, General hospital and Love glory and beauty! Check out what will happen with our spoilers for November 1, 2021: Want soap spoilers delivered to your inbox every week? Sign up for the …

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Varudu Kaavalenu Movie Review Telugu Film Collection from Day One at the Box Office Hit or Flop?

Hello movie buffs, because we all know the South Film Industry is booming after theaters reopen. The creators of some of the long-awaited movements deliver back-to-back exiting and keep audiences on the edge of the seats with highly entertaining films. Right now, there are plenty of Southern films doing wonders …

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Little Women, the Broadway Musical by Opera Nuova – Edmonton

October 29-31, 2021 Evenings, mornings and live performances are available. For more information, visit http://www.operanuova.ca Opera Nuova is back! We are excited to present Little Women, the Broadway musical that has taken the world by storm with thousands of productions since it opened on Broadway in 2005. This musical is …

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Catalyst Compositions “The Peabody Post

This week’s Ensemble Talea residency concerts feature new works by Felipe Lara and five student composers Bret mccabe Ten minutes after faculty composer Peabody Felipe Lara Double Concerto, soloist Esperanza Spalding raises her left hand from the strings of her bass and places a vertical index finger in front of …

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