Monthly Archives: May 2022

Denver Center For The Performing Arts Completes $17 Million ‘A Grander Opening’ Fundraiser

In 2010, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) undertook a $57 million renovation of the Helen Bonfils Theater Complex. The project was divided into three phases, the second of which required the DCPA to embark on its first-ever fundraising campaign. “A Grander Opening” launched on June 5, 2018 …

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Bored Apes x Azuki NFT Collection Holders Start Biting Each Other

The hype surrounding the Azuki NFT founder’s rug pull issue has not died down. In fact, it led to a feud between some Bored Apes and Azuki NFT holders on Twitter. The Azuki NFT project is facing difficulties as its founder, Zagabond, has been accused of doing carpet pulling projects. …

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Compositions inspired by the sounds of ice

Kayaking the Antarctic Peninsula has helped a young woman take her music to the next level – and to audiences around the world. On Thursday from 6-7.15pm, the Christchurch-based Antarctic Heritage Trust will present Ihlara McIndoe’s five compositions, inspired by her 2020 ice expedition. A musical journey to Antarctica, an …

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Management consultants for the arts selected by Pittsburgh Ballet Theater to find new leader

May 10, 2022 – Stamford, Conn-based executive search firm Management Consultants for the Arts has been called upon by Pittsburgh Ballet Theater (PBT) to lead its search for a new Executive Director. The mission is led by David Mallette, Jason Palmquist and Shruti Adhar. Pittsburgh Ballet Theater wants a collaborative …

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The young Monkey King at the China National Peking Opera Company

03:36 The Mei Lanfang Theater was almost full during the Spring Festival holiday, the audience watched the stage attentively. As the sound of drums and gongs intensified, the drama’s protagonist, the Monkey King, entered the stage surrounded by a group of small monkeys. “Tumult in Paradise” is the opening performance …

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A music teacher releases 2 albums of original compositions

May 9, 2022 Brian DeMaris, Associate Professor and Artistic Director of the Musical Theater and Opera Program at Arizona State University’s School of Music, Dance, and Theater, is an acclaimed conductor, pianist, and composer. This year, with the release of two albums of original compositions, he adds solo artist to …

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Voss (South Australian State Opera)

Richard Meale’s Grand Opera Voss (1986) ultimately speaks of “a stranger in a foreign land”. Based on German explorer Ludwig Leichardt (after Patrick White’s magnificent 1957 novel), Johann Ulrich Voss is a man trapped in a personal fog, bewildered and alienated by and from the practicalities of life due to …

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KGF Chapter 2 Day 25 Box Office Collection: Yash-starrer Becomes Third Highest-Grossing Indian Film

Yash’s KGF: Chapter 2 isn’t done setting box office records. The film, directed by Prashanth Neel, topped RRR’s collection in 25 days and is now the third highest-grossing Indian film. Yash’s KGF: Chapter 2 becomes the third highest-grossing Indian film. Yash’s KGF: Chapter 2 has successfully completed 25 days of …

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A performing arts center in China rises like a colorful volcano

With an innovative design that blends the formality of opera with the informality of island culture, Heatherwick Studio won a competition to design the Hainan Performing Arts Center. Hainan is an island province located in the far south of China and this new landmark is inspired by the surrounding landscape. …

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The X-Files Preservation Collection cuts the ribbon in Saratoga Springs – Saratogian

SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY – As Scully and Mulder would say, “The truth is out there.” In fact, the truth is much closer now – it’s in Saratoga Springs. The X-Files Preservation Collection museum had its grand opening last week and its ribbon cutting on Friday and is now open for …

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Priestley College performing arts students talk about their return to action

PICTURE this. You’re in your living room trying to get into a group routine because your laptop is lagging and you haven’t seen a friend in weeks. Not ideal. The lockdown has been difficult for everyone, especially Priestley College students in the performing arts sector. And as we approach the …

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Fort Worth Opera dazzles with 75th Diamond Anniversary celebration

Beyond being a “simple” 75th anniversary celebration, the Fort Worth Opera House Diamond Anniversary Celebration April 22 was also a long-awaited toast to the return of opera to the Bass Hall. After two years of pandemic transitions to virtual presentations, recitals and productions in smaller venues, FWO fans were able …

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Luxury lingerie brand Adina Reay enters the swimwear market with its first collection

Santorini ruffled swimsuit Adina Ray luxury British brand, Adina Ray was founded in 2013, with the aim of offering lingerie for fuller breasts that ticks all the boxes – flattering, comfortable and well made with high quality fabrics, while being elegant and sexy. Responding to sizes from 28DD to 38G …

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La Traviata (Opera Australia)

Elijah Moshinsky’s 1994 production La Traviata is sure to delight anyone seeing it for the first time, but those who have been lucky enough to experience its Belle Époque beauty and drama many times over might become complacent. To get them to sit up and take notice may require exceptional …

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Announcement of the recipients of the Randolph A Frank Prize for their contributions to the arts

Two hard-hitting instrumental music educators and a cellist who The New York Times has described as “an elegant and accomplished performer” will share a total of $10,000 as recipients of this year’s prestigious Randolph A. Frank Awards, which recognize performers and educators who enrich the quality of the performing arts …

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Music Composition Graduate Finds Her Own Unique Voice With Sound Ecosystem Compositions

May 4, 2022 Editor’s note: This story is part of a series of profiles of notable Spring 2022 graduates. Ariana Afshari plays a student of the modern Renaissance – scientist, researcher, philosopher, historian and artist. Ariana Afshari is a scientist, philosopher and artist. This spring, she is graduating …

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AR Rahman Vs Amit Trivedi, who has the best musical compositions?

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DON PASQUALE, Royal Opera House

Damiano Michieletto’s modern staging of Donizetti’s sparkling comedy Don Pasquale critics divided on its final appearance at the Royal Opera House in 2019. The story of an old man’s trickery into marrying a seemingly wise bride, only to have her quickly become a nightmarish tyrant as soon as the ring …

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The Kirk and Anne Douglas collection will be auctioned online

Select items belonging to actor Kirk Douglas and his wife Anne, who lived in Palm Springs for nearly 40 years until 1999, will be auctioned online May 18 by Andrew Jones Auctions. Items come from the deceased couple’s home in Beverly Hills and include modern art, antiques, tribal works, fine …

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Dexter Community Band presents the world premiere of two compositions for the 40th anniversary concert

This post expresses the views and opinions of the authors and not necessarily those of The Sun Times News management or staff. Dexter Community Band presents the world premiere of two compositions for the 40th anniversary concert DCB’s free spring concert will be on Sunday, May 15 at 3 p.m. …

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Go beyond the Fringe Festival – Orlando Sentinel

Tra-la is May…and that means only one thing in Central Florida: it’s time for the annual Orlando Fringe. In fact, that is completely false. May means more than just one of Central Florida’s signature events. There are plenty of non-Fringe arts and cultural activities going on, whatever your artistic interest, …

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Ajay Devgn-star picks up the pace this weekend

Ajay Devgn recently shared screen space with legendary actor Amitabh Bachchan and Bollywood diva Rakul Preet in the latest mystery drama Runway 34. The movie was released on April 29, 222 and received decent reviews from viewers and critics. The film revolves around pilot Vikrant Khanna, played by Ajay Devgn, …

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Review: Prior conducts premiere of Glass and other new compositions

Breadcrumb Links Music local arts On Friday, conductor Alexander Prior leads the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra in a concert of new music at the Winspear. Photo by Dale MacMillan /Provided Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission on purchases made through links …

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May Arts Roundup: Pearl Jam, New Shows in the Sacramento Area

Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder will perform in Sacramento on May 18 at the Golden1 Center. The month of May is here and a host of arts and entertainment options are on the way to the Sacramento area. The calendar is full of exhibitions, plays, concerts, artistic activities, comedy and more. …

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