Monthly Archives: February 2022

Opera Review: Puccini’s “Turandot” at Maryland Lyric Opera

The three imperial ministers Ping (Javier Arrey), Pang (Joseph Michael Brent) and Pong (Yi Li). Photo by Julian Thomas Photography. Turandot’s story has appeared in a surprising number of works, including an 18th-century play by Carlo Gozzi, a romantic drama by Friedrich Schiller, and even a modernist offering by Bertolt …

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Orange Comet will drop its AMC The Walking Dead NFT Collection on OpenSea on March 3

Orange Comet will drop its AMC The Walking Dead NFT Collection on OpenSea on March 3 Tweet that Commemorating the final season of the original series, which launched one of the greatest television franchises in history, the drop centers on The Walker Access Pass NFT, sold for just 24 hours …

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Arts Beat: several symphonies back on stage next month

5 Arts Beat: February 28, 2022 MOSSO, The Musicians of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra, back at Springfield Symphony Hall on March 26 with “MOSSO’s Virtuosos,” a program featuring the musicians. Trumpeter Thomas Bergeron and timpanist Martin Kluger will share the direction. The program includes Faure’s “Fantaisie pour flûte et orchester” …

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Gangubai Kathiawadi box office collection Day 2: Alia Bhatt’s film earns Rs 23.82 crore

Business analyst Taran Adarsh ​​shared the film’s numbers on Twitter. His tweet read, “#GangubaiKathiawadi is witnessing super growth on Day 2…Tier 2 cities – which weren’t too strong on Day 1 – join the party on Day 2…Strong word of mouth is came into play, so expect bigger numbers on …

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The Shanghai Opera opens the season in style

Shanghai Opera presents “Das Land des Lachelns” (The Land of Smiles) at the Shanghai Oriental Art Center this weekend, which serves as the opening act for its 2022 spring and summer performance season. “Das Land des Lachelns” is a 1929 three-act romantic operetta by Franz Lehár, one of the first …

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MOON AND ARIES – OPERA DUO SYNTH POP is about to release a new album

German composer and producer Tom Aries and Canadian writer and singer Jordana Moon team up as MOON AND ARIES. To bring warmth and assurance for a better future. The new album wraps captivating retro synthesizer sounds with ethereal vocals – the result: A very calm, relaxed, romantic and relaxed general …

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Livermore Master of Arts | People

A lifelong musician, Carter feels as at home on stage as he runs the show behind the scenes. Courtesy of Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center Chris Carter has been drawn to the arts for as long as he can remember. The executive director of the Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center …

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Bheemla Nayak Box Office Collection Day 1: Pawan Kalyan’s star is already a success

Starring action drama Power Star Pawan Kalyan Bheemla Nayak hits theaters today, here we share all the details related to its box office activity. scroll down for advance ticket booking business, movie rights and expected opening day box office collection. Pawan Kalyan and Rana Daggubati’s high-profile star Bheemla Nayak graces …

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First black actress to play Christine in Broadway’s Phantom of the Opera to make history

Emilie Kouatchou Matthew Murphy Emilie Kouatchou in The Phantom of the Opera Emilie Kouatchou go down in history as first black actress to play Christine Daaé in Broadwaythe production of The Phantom of the Opera. Talk to sheinelle jones on Thursday’s episode of Today show, said Kouatchou Phantom was the …

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Local Activist and Broadcast Pioneer Wins Governor General’s Performing Arts Award

Oro-Medonte’s Rita Shelton Deverell “Totally Surprised” by Recognition; ‘It means a lot to me’ An Oro-Medonte woman with a long history in broadcasting, theater and activism has received Canada’s highest honor for the performing arts. Rita Shelton Deverell is one of seven people to receive a 2022 Governor General’s Performing …

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Happy Birthday Sanjay Leela Bhansali: 5 musical compositions by the filmmaker that won us over

Grand, larger than life, vibrant, extravagant – these are just a few adjectives that can be used to describe the aesthetics and vibe of a Sanjay Leela Bhansali movie. During his illustrious career as a filmmaker, Bhansali has directed several films, from the 1996 musical drama Khamoshi with Salman Khan …

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Gehraiyaan Box Office Collection OTT Movie Hit Or Flop, Public Review Check Complete Star Cast

All viewers, finally your favorite romantic drama movie “Gehraiyaan” a week after the launch, and now all the attention is drawn to the response report. We see every time a series or a movie ends a week or 10 days after its release, then it creates a lot of curiosity …

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Daily Life of Tuskegee Airmen: The Lieutenant Rayner Collection

In 1982, the National Air and Space Museum inaugurated the exhibition Black Wings: American black in aviation and the accompanying book was published the following year. The exhibit relied heavily on donations of historic photographs, including a set of black-and-white copies of U.S. Army Air Force photographic negatives donated by …

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Charlie Lincoln’s compositions shine at kj

By Ryan Garmoe Two weeks ago on Saturday, bassist Charlie Lincoln led his quartet for the second installment of Saturday Night Jazz at kj’s hideaway. The stellar group included Ivan Cunningham (alto sax), Bryan Nichols (piano), Ben Ehrlich (drums) and Lincoln and his compositions. It’s always interesting to hear original …

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Celebrating homosexuality in an opera and cabaret mashup CD – People’s World

Anthony Roth Costanzo and Justin Vivian Bond. The very urban venues of opera and cabaret have always attracted a strong quota of queer people. There’s something about “I Am What I Am”, the hit song by La Cage aux Folles—in the exaggerated expressiveness of both genres, desire and desperation over …

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Clark’s detailed plans for the new Media Arts Building

Clark University has submitted detailed plans to the City of Worcester for the college’s four-story Media Arts, Computing and Design academic building to be located on Woodland Street. The building will be 70,280 square feet located at 151 Woodland St., which is currently a parking lot next to Clark’s Strassler …

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‘Touch’: New opera will shed light on Helen Keller’s adult life

Birmingham Opera HouseAlabama’s largest professional opera company, has announced a new opera about the life of deaf-blind author and activist Helen Keller. “Touch,” slated to premiere in 2024, will focus on Keller’s adult life and the accomplishments she and her teacher and confidante, Anne Sullivan Macy, have made as humanitarians …

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‘Aaraattu’ 3-day box office collection: Mohanlal-starrer has a decent first weekend

Mollywood star Mohanlal’s latest film Aaraattu, which hit screens on Friday, ended its opening weekend on an ordinary note. The film collected Rs 3.5 crore at the Kerala box office on its first day, receiving mixed reviews from audiences. It witnessed a decline on the second day itself, raking in …

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Supporting artistic communities benefits the communities themselves | Philanthropy

Theaters and performing arts centers become a fixture in the communities they serve, but also rely on those communities to keep track of production. Chris Fornadel, director of development at Cleveland Play House; Michelle Ryan Steward, senior vice president of advancement at Playhouse Square; and Scott Spence, artistic director of …

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Harmonium Choral Society will perform compositions by high school students | Morris NewsBee News

MORRISTOWN – The Harmonium Choral Society will perform two live concerts featuring compositions from the 2021 High School Composition Competition at Morristown United Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 5 and 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 6. The group will also perform the music of composers such as …

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The 9 Best Phantom of the Opera Adaptations

The classic horror novel by Gaston Leroux The Phantom of the Opera has been an integral part of film history since the early days of cinema. The story has a timeless quality that has led the filmmakers to return to the tale again and again. RELATED: The 5 Most Accurate …

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CPM and TDP protest garbage fee collection – The New Indian Express

By Express press service VIJAYAWADA: The Vijayawada Municipal Corporation (VMC) board meeting held on Saturday witnessed great drama with the CPM and opposition TDP protesting the garbage collection fee of Rs 120 from individual houses and Rs 150 to Rs 15,000 from commercial establishments per month. CPM Corporal B Satya …

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How Sandra Bassett, CEO of the West Valley Arts Council, balances art and business

For 20 years, musician and arts leader Sandra Bassett worked in sales management for corporate America. Heineken, Dr. Pepper, Walmart, K-Mart and Frito Lays were among the accounts she managed. Although she thrived in the business world, she retained a love for music and performed on the side. Now she …

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New opera to show Helen Keller’s life as an adult, picking up where ‘The Miracle Worker’ left off | News

“Touch,” the first opera highlighting the lives of Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan, is set to premiere in Alabama in 2024. Birmingham Opera House A new opera is set to shine a light on the adult life of Helen Keller, including the accomplishments of her and her teacher, Anne Sullivan, …

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The Macklowe collection is back for an encore at Sotheby’s in May. Can the $200 million treasure ignite the same fireworks?

The Art Detective is a weekly column by Katya Kazakina for Artnet News Pro that lifts the curtain on what is really current on the art market. Get ready for Act II of Macklowe’s auction drama. After the white glove sale in November, Sotheby’s has just unveiled the next batch …

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‘Rent’ will be staged at the Geyer Performing Arts Center | Entertainment

For the Observer-Rapporteur The production of the musical “Rent” at the Geyer Performing Arts Center is an exciting project for the show’s co-directors and cast. “That show really defined who we were and how we felt at the time,” said Tyler Handford, who co-directs production with Rachael Szabo. “He was …

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Castalian String Quartet brings classic European compositions to Hancher

As part of the University of Iowa String Quartet Residency Program, the Castalian String Quartet will perform at Hancher. It only takes four performers from the Castalian String Quartet to fill the stage. Balancing two violins, a viola and a cello, the quartet tames chaos with skill and practice. The …

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The Vast Treasure of ‘Poochi’ Srinivasa Iyengar Compositions

Lec-dems about the lives and works of musicians of the past provide a window into a bygone era and how music has evolved over the decades. At the Academy of Music, Ritha Rajan presented an interesting account of Ramanathapuram ‘Poochi’ Srinivasa Iyengar, an eminent musician-composer, one of the best known …

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The compositions of the talented R&B artist Gemini Love will take you on a moving adventure

The unique rhythm arrangement and clever chord structure of the latest version of Gemini Love gave birth to a symphony, breaking many stereotypes. R&B is currently one of the most powerful musical genres in the world due to its soul and rhythmic brilliance. Rising R&B artist Gemini Love made a …

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REVIEW: We will rock you

Ben Elton, writer-director of We Will Rock You at the Grand Opera House in York WE Will Rock You is “intriguing, thought-provoking, painfully romantic, brutally cynical, and both sad and hilarious,” says Ben Elton, futuristic writer-director of “rock theatrical” Queen. It’s also probably the dumbest musical you’ll ever see. Even …

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Talented Students Win Scholarships for Prestigious American Performing Arts Academy

Post views: 71 Performing arts students Kian Crowley and Mia Ssali from New City College Ardleigh Green have won scholarships for a unique opportunity to study at AMDA (American Musical and Dramatic Academy). The talented duo were selected after an intense audition process that saw two million auditionees worldwide compete …

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The Barnes Foundation presents its Indigenous art collection for the first time

When TahNibaa Naataanii greets someone she doesn’t know, she centers everything by saying who she is. “I’m from the Many Hogan clan,” she said. “My father is from the Coyote Pass clan. My maternal grandfather is from the Mexican clan and my paternal grandfather is from the Steep Rock clan. …

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Bappi Lahiri will be remembered for his fascinating musical compositions: Yuvraj Singh

Bappi Lahiri will be remembered for his fascinating musical compositions: Yuvraj Singh Former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh on Wednesday expressed his grief over the death of veteran singer-songwriter Bappi Lahiri. posted on 16 Feb 2022 | Author ANI Former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh on Wednesday expressed his grief …

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GH’s Laura Wright Talks Sonny/Carly Split

The outlook didn’t look good for five-times married supercouple Sonny and Carly after she caught him in bed with Nina, and this week Carly is meeting with a lawyer to initiate their divorce. According to Laura Wright, Sonny’s infidelity runs particularly deep given the identity of the other woman. “Carly …

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Coach goes back in time with the NYFW Fall-Winter collection

NEW YORK (AP) — Coach stepped back in time with a collection of looks harkening back to eras past, including 1970s romance and 1990s grunge, with a theatrical presentation at New York Fashion Week. Mixing small-town aesthetics with a fashion show at a massive basketball center, designer Stuart Vevers showed …

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“Power of Sport Summit” to celebrate the arts and diversity

CLEVELAND – Cleveland is just days away from being in the national spotlight for the 2022 NBA All-Star Game. Events are planned all weekend for the enjoyment of guests and visitors. Performers are also gearing up for a big weekend. On Friday, February 18, the “Cleveland Power of Sport Summit” …

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Holocaust victim’s opera stored for years in a vault finally premieres | Germany

An opera score salvaged from a basement in San Francisco had its world premiere in a German theater, exuberantly enlivened by more than 150 musicians and performers nearly 80 years after its composer was assassinated by the Nazis. Grete Minde, a late romantic opera of 1920s jazz-inspired melodies and grand …

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Rajkummar Rao’s film sees steady growth

Rajkummar Rao and Bhumi Pednekar star in highly anticipated comedy-drama, Badhaai Do hit theaters on Friday, February 11. Although the film had low collections on its first day of release, Badhaai DoThe box office collection of saw steady growth over the weekend. On top of that, business analyst Taran Adarsh …

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Arts Beat: Images of music icons exhibited at the Musée D’Amour

Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival announced its 90th season, running June 22 through August 28 at its Becket campus. The renovated Ted Shawn Theater will be back in action, and some of the season’s program highlights include Kyle Abraham’s AIM, the Miami City Ballet, Limon Dance Company, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago …

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Review: The Magic Flute at Houston Grand Opera

Presentation by the Houston Grand Opera of Mozart’s last masterpiece, The magic flute, a co-production between Komische Oper Berlin and London’s avant-garde theater company 1927, is one for the ages. You haven’t seen anything like it. It’s haunting, incredibly theatrical, cutting-edge, and deeply compelling. A feat of theatrical conjuring of …

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Badhaai Do Box Office Collection Day 2: Rajkummar Rao-Bhumi Pednekar’s Film Expects Growth

Image source: INSTAGRAM/RAJKUMMAR RAO Badhaai Do poster with Rajkummar Rao Bhumi Pednekar Badhaai Do had a slow start compared to pre-covid era films. However, it is showing good signs on Saturday as it increased by around 60-70%, Box Office India reports. This is the first time this type of growth …

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University of Northern Colorado adds health sciences and arts degree programs, closing French and German

New academic programs in health sciences and the arts are on their way to the University of Northern Colorado in the fall, while the university will begin phasing out French and German majors. The UNC board of trustees approved a new bachelor’s degree in health sciences in the college of …

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The San Diego Opera is back in person this weekend

San Diego Opera is back to in-person productions at the Civic Theater after experimenting with drive-in performances during the pandemic. of Mozart”Cosi Fan Tutte“Arrives just in time for Valentine’s Day. The San Diego Opera back in person with “Cosi Fan Tutte” If there’s anything the pandemic has taught us, it’s …

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Theater Communications Group partners with Drama Online for a collection of digital scripts

110 titles are available today, with more to follow throughout 2022. Theater Communications Group (TCG) has announced that the TCG Book Game Collection is now live at Drama Online. 110 titles are currently available and will be joined by another 90 titles later in 2022. This 200-piece collection joins Drama …

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Elon University/Today at Elon/Department of Performing Arts Presents ‘Into the Woods’ Feb. 11-13

The work will be performed at the McCrary Theater on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. It is directed by Fred Rubeck, choreographed by Faythe Kelly with Christopher Rayis as musical director. Elon University’s Department of Performing Arts will perform its production of the Broadway hit “Into the Woods” Feb. 11-13 at …

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HarperCollins Presents – A STORY OF OBJECTS; A collection of stories by Carlo Pizzati

A masterful exploration of how objects can have great power over life and the course it takes NEW DELHI, February 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — ABOUT THE BOOK A STORY OF OBJECTS; A collection of stories by Carlo Pizzati A candy box reveals a son’s true feelings for his mother. A …

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This Kentucky Opera production of ‘Orfeo’ is a sonic journey through time – 89.3 WFPL News Louisville

This opera story does not focus on what happens on stage, but rather what happens below, in the orchestra pit. The Kentucky Opera production of Christoph Willibald Gluck”Orpheus“, an opera about love, loss and second chances set at the Brown Theater in downtown Louisville on Friday and Sunday, is a …

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CSU Pueblo Festival of the Winds will feature original compositions

When Mark Connor premieres his musical composition at Colorado State University Pueblo’s 14th Festival of the Winds, he will pay a moving tribute to his nephew, who died of an overdose two years ago. “I didn’t want to write something that was just dark and dark,” Connor said. “That’s not …

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LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts will present ALL SHOOK UP

In a triumphant return after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, students from Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music and Art and Performing Arts will take the stage this month for the musical performance from the entire school of “All Shook Up,” a 2004 Broadway musical that takes …

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Jack Frost (1997) – MVD Rewind Collection Blu-ray Review

Jack Frost definitely has that video right, the 90s stank on it, but it’s all the more fun because of it. It’s clearly done at a lower cost. You’ll quickly notice that the fake snow spreads into a warmer, out-of-season setting. (Hey, John Carpenter did Halloween work by planting fake …

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‘Carmen’ Gets Darker New Look In Opera San Jose Revival

For Nikola Printz, reprising the title role of “Carmen” at the San José Opera is like coming home. The mezzo-soprano says their connection to Bizet’s masterpiece has always had a special meaning. “I have a long history with ‘Carmen’,” says Printz, who dazzled audiences as the doomed Queen of Carthage …

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Baba Baby O Total Box Office Collection & Earnings Audience Response

The Bengali film industry is overwhelmed with entertaining its audiences with consecutive tantalizing releases. Last weekend, the state box offices released two major releases, including Kakababur Protyaborton and Baba Baby O. According to reports, the two films compete well with each other and capture the audience. In addition to the …

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Artistic Briefs 2/7 – Grand Valley Lanthorn

Make friendship bracelets Grand Valley State University’s Honors Student Council invites those interested to come make friendship bracelets with them on Monday, February 7. This event will take place from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Participation is free, so interested people are welcome. to bring their friends and do crafts. …

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Zuzu Acrobats flying in the North East State on February 15 | Culture & Leisure

BLOUNTVILLE — Prepare to be amazed by the high-energy acrobatic moves of the Zuzu Acrobats as they return to Northeast State Community College for two free performances on Tuesday, February 15. Sponsored by the Northeast State International Education Program, Zuzu Acrobats elevate acrobatic dance to a performance art. The band …

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Every cover in the Criterion Collection designed by Sean Phillips, rated

Sean Phillips is a prolific comic book artist. After the first works for 2000 ADthe most important comics magazine in his native UK, Phillips has worked across the pond for the “2 big” comics companies, working on titles like Batman, hellblazerand Marvel at zombies. In recent years, however, Phillips has …

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Opera Australia names Matilda Moran and Bianca Bruce as stepsisters in CINDERELLA

Lyndon Terracini for Opera Australia and John Frost for Crossroads Live Australia today announced the two talented actors who will star as Cinderella’s stepsisters in one of the greatest musicals of all time. The Tony® Award-winning production of Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella will open at the Regent Theater in Melbourne …

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The Newport County Arts and Culture Alliance is accepting nominations for the 2022 Artist Award

Submissions for the upcoming round of Newport County Arts and Culture Alliance (ACA) Artist Awards, in support of Newport County artists and arts projects to benefit the community, are due Tuesday, March 15, 2022. Notification of the winners will be made on March 31, 2022. Now in its fifth year, …

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Allu Arjun’s Starring Film Gross Over ₹100 Crore In Hindi

Allu Arjun stars the Telegu language film “Pushpa: The Rise”, the Hindi version packs a total of ₹100.85 crores in seven weeks after its release. The Hindi version of Pushpa is voiced by Shreyas Talpade. Business analyst Taran Adarsh ​​shared the Pushpa Hindi version’s weekly box office report in a …

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Poetry collection by Indian-born poet Nidhi Zak/Aria Eipe shortlisted for prestigious Dylan Thomas Prize

Dublin-based Indian poet Nidhi Zak/Aria Eipe’s debut collection of poetry ‘Auguries of a Minor God’ is among eight novels, two collections of poetry and two collections of short stories shortlisted for this year’s Dylan Thomas Prize. worth £20,000. Eipe, who was born in India and raised in the Middle East, …

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Arts and Entertainment Window: February 3, 2022 | Deviations

St. Petersburg Named to MovieMaker’s Annual List ST. PETERSBURG – St. Petersburg has been named one of the best places to live and work as a MovieMaker filmmaker in 2022 according to St. Petersburg’s Clearwater Film Commission. MovieMaker compiles its annual list based on surveys, production expenses, tax incentives, additional …

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Review of the Palau de les Arts 2021-22: The Tales of Hoffmann

After battling the general increase in COVID infections, the Palau de Les Arts managed to raise its curtain to present “The Tales of Hoffmann” on 23rd from January, after canceling the original premiere date of January 20and. Expectations were high, as this production used one of the most comprehensive critical …

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ICYMI Linsey Godfrey Interview – Soap Opera Digest

After a nearly year-long absence from the screen, Linsey Godfrey is finally back on DAYS as Sarah. “It was very strange and completely alien, but familiar at the same time,” Godfrey says, describing his first day back at work. “I had to do things where I was kind of flying …

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Jean-Michel Blais creates lush and invigorating compositions on ‘aubades’

Published on February 02, 2022 8 For Jean-Michel Blais, aubades is a rebirth. From his first notes, he carried the listeners away. On the new album by the esteemed post-classical pianist, Blais is in perpetual bloom, moved by the beauty of life and the song of nature. Sometimes softly, sometimes …

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Innovative theater is coming to Scottsdale Arts in 2022

From the recontextualization of a classic opera through a contemporary theme of Black Lives Matter to a play in a massive dress to the mystery of India’s endangered vultures seasoned with a hint of Bollywood disco, a mixture eclectic of theatrical offerings can be found at the Scottsdale Center for …

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Beekman 1802 launches “Bridgerton” beauty collection

Image source: LIAM DANIEL/NETFLIX Beekman 1802 is collaborating with Netflix’s “Bridgerton” for a skincare collection. The collection, made up of body care products as well as a candle, pays homage to special moments from the show. The collaboration comes ahead of the show’s planned return in March. We are about …

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Madame Butterfly: guide to Puccini’s famous opera and his best recordings

In the summer of 1900, Giacomo Puccini was in London supervising a performance of Tosca at Covent Garden. During his visit he went to see a new play which was being performed at the Duke of York’s Theater on nearby St Martin’s Lane: David Belasco’s Lady Butterfly. What is the …

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Opera Australia presents Otello | News

After being postponed by pandemic restrictions just days before the Sydney Opera House opens in 2021, audiences will finally have the opportunity to see legendary German director Harry Kupfer’s highly acclaimed production of Otello opening on February 19. . One of Verdi’s most magnificent works, Otello will feature the three …

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