Watch A-HOGE musician robot recreates Mozart with his calculator compositions

Remember those super basic calculators people carried around before our ultra-smart phones and computers made them obsolete? Those plastic singles that you maybe used to do your homework with or that your mom used to balance her checkbook? Today, most people probably think that calculators are no longer really in …

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Gather on stage to revive the performing arts

“All Together Now” brings together local theater artists for a special weekend November 11, 2021 11:08 p.m. LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – From high school students to middle school to local professionals, theatergoers across the capital have the chance to celebrate theater live by performing together. Presented by Music Theater International, …

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The opera workshop ‘Love and laughter’ takes the stage

Colton Duncon performs “HmHmHm” by Mozart. 15 students performed hilarious, heartfelt and powerful songs in their first opera workshop in two years. The student singers performed famous comic-romantic scenes from several popular operas last weekend in the “Love and Laughter” opera workshop at Plaster Auditorium. They performed scenes from famous …

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Arts Wrap: Drawn Together Arts, Lily LaMotte, Donald Gardner Stacy and Dishman Hills Pilsner

Drawn Together Arts, a new performing arts company, will present a series of short staged readings and cabaret performances at the Art Spirit Gallery at 415 E. Sherman Ave. at Coeur d’Alene, and the first of these events will be Steve Martin’s “Picasso” at Lapin Agile. Set in 1904, this …

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The story of The Pirate Bay will likely be a TV series, and one of its founders is preparing a film about what remains unknown

The story of The Pirate Bay in Sweden is set to be shot next year, as a six-part television series and which will likely be broadcast on the Nordic nation’s consumer channel SVT. In line with the advice recognized so far, the filmmakers will likely agree with the contributions of …

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Bob Dylan performs at IU auditorium on Sunday night and performs new compositions

Singer-songwriter Bob Dylan performed at the IU Auditorium on Sunday night as part of his Rough and Rowdy Ways world tour after two years of absence from the stage due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Dylan performed songs from his album “Rough and Rowdy Ways”, which he composed last year. A …

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Longtime Marketing Specialist and Art Producer Joins San Diego Rep as New General Manager

Abigail “Abby” Buell, who has spent the past 16 years in the theater and performing arts in New York City as a marketer and producer, has joined the San Diego Repertory Theater as the new CEO. Buell joined the representative’s team three weeks ago. She replaces Larry Alldredge, who resigned …

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Sooryavanshi box office collection Day 4: Akshay Kumar’s film collects Rs 14.5 crore

Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif’s action-drama film Sooryavanshi is roaring loudly at the global box office. After having had a great weekend at the box office, the company of director Rohit Shetty has crossed the 100 crore rupee mark worldwide. In Indian markets, Sooryavanshi raised Rs 14.53 crore on Monday, …

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Giselle at the Royal Opera House – rich and exultant

Balletomaniacs are not like normal people (the clue is in the name). Where theatergoers relish the prospect of a new work, the ballet crowd loves a story they can hum. Die-hard fans won’t hesitate to see a work they already know backwards three or four times in a season, either …

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Akshay Kumar star records his biggest score ever

Rohit shetty Sooryavanshi is witnessing an unshakeable box office record run, with cinemas seeing crowded shows even on day three. The crime drama takes full advantage of the extended Diwali weekend by bringing audiences back to theaters after a long hiatus due to COVID-19. Early estimates say the film achieved …

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The arts exhibited at Oskaloosa – Oskaloosa News

Artists and members of the Mahaska Chamber and Development celebrated the opening of the Envision art gallery last week. by Ken AllsupNovember 6, 2021 Oskaloosa, Iowa – Art in Oskaloosa has been on full display as fall leads to winter. The professional season at the George Daily Auditorium also supports …

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Couch Opera presents Vienna in Hollywood and Broadway at Camelot Theater

Jewish artists fleeing Nazi persecution into the Golden Age of American musicals inspired by From Vienna to Hollywood and Broadway, an operetta, film and stage composition pastiche by writer-director Gregory Yurisich performing at the Camelot Theater in Mosman Park. Think, Cabaret 2: The Aftermath. It’s a good fit for Couch …

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Manitoba Opera rings for season opener

Hi! Hi! Nearly two years of pandemic silence since its last fully staged production in November 2019, Manitoba Opera has decided to return to the show Friday night on a ringtone and a prayer, featuring two intimate chamber operas inspired by the humble phone. . The company, now 49, is …

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Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center to present Disney’s DESCENDANTS: THE MUSICAL

The Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center will present Disney’s Descendants: The Musical, a bold, colorful and character-filled show based on the popular original Disney Channel films, as part of its 2021-2022 Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield subscription series. Open November 12 and through November 21, Disney Descendants: The Musical follows …

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a Texan collection – SMU Daily Campus

Fourth generation Texan Dian Malouf began designing her bold pieces in silver and gold in 1986. Her work has been featured in Vogue, Elle, In Style and Women’s Wear Daily. His latest collection, “Field of Dreams”, consists primarily of oversized silver coins, including “Ride On”, a four-inch-long ring shaped like …

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WIN: A copy of the ‘Clint Eastwood – 40 Film Collection’ – Competitions

To celebrate the release of Clint Eastwood’s latest theatrical release crying macho and the new digital documentary series, Clint Eastwood – A Cinematic Legacy, celebrating 50 years of making Eastwood at Warner Bros., we have a copy of the “Clint Eastwood – 40 Film Collection” to give away. Clint eastwood …

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Arts calendar published on November 3, 2021

Willmar, November 4, 6 p.m., Whitney Music / Jazz N Java; Gravel Road music with John A-Fram Beck and Friends; free hat basket for musicians; call to reserve at 320-214-9433 or email [email protected] Marshall, November 5-6, 7:30 p.m., October 30-31, November 6-7, 2 p.m., Southwest Minnesota State University; $ 10, …

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Wiener Staatsoper & Osterfestspiele Salzburg announce co-production of “Lohengrin”

(Credits: ORF / Lalo Jodlbauer) The Wiener Staatsoper and the Osterfestspiele Salzburg have announced their cooperation on a new production of “Lohengrin” by Wagner. In a joint press release, the two companies noted that a new production of Wagner’s romantic opera would be presented at the Wiener Staatsoper in the …

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Best team builds for Spiral Abyss (Version 2.2)

For Genshin Impact players looking to beat the Spiral Abyss, team makeup is extremely important. Here are the most successful compositions in 2.2. For Genshin Impact With players looking to beat the Spiral Abyss, team composition is extremely important. Reaching the top floor of Spiral Abyss is an important endgame …

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Performing Arts – November 3

Tribute to Neil Diamond by Matt Vee Celebrate the music of Neil Diamond performed by Matt Vee, his family and friends with his performance “I Am… He Said” at 7 pm on January 21 at the Gichi-ziibi Center for the Arts on the campus of Brainerd High School. With songs …

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Opera Theater presents “Speed ​​Dating Tonight! November 4 and 5

The Opera Theater of the Department of Music performs the 2013 romcom opera by Michael Ching, “Speed ​​Dating Tonight!” at 7:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday, November 4 and 5, at the Jim and Joyce Faulkner Performing Arts Center. In this one-act comedy opera, several young adults participate in a speed …

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The Harry Potter collection from Le Creuset is now available

If you’ve ever turned 25, you know what it’s like to covet Le Creuset cookware. Evenings until 4am won’t last forever, but you know what’s going to last? A Le Creuset casserole dish. He’ll be there for you every Friday night, long after you’ve swapped bars for soup and watch …

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LA Opera presents the holiday production of CINDERELLA by Rossini

Just in time for the holidays, LA Opera presents Gioachino Rossini’s fairytale romance Cinderella (La Cenerentola) from November 20 to December 12 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. This delightfully entertaining take on the ultimate wealth to riches story finds our brave heroine (no damsel in distress here) seizing the opportunity …

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The theater guild nears the dress rehearsal for the performing arts center building

He got curtains from Broadway. He bought seats from the Bellagio in Las Vegas. And now the Scotts Valley Community Theater Guild is about to complete a performing arts center on the site of the old ice rink. According to Guild Board member Trish Melehan, it took about $ 80,000 …

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Le Creuset has just launched a new ‘Harry Potter’ collection and it’s magic

Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and offers we like. If you too like them and decide to buy through the links below, we may receive a commission. Prices and availability are subject to change. Calling all witches and wizards! While Halloween may …

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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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Redlands Bowl mourns the loss of Maestro Frank Fetta | Culture & Leisure

Venetian singer Giada Valenti and Frank Fetta, artistic director of symphonic programming, share an aerial kiss during the premiere performance at the Redlands Bowl this year. Redlands Community News file photo by Joseph Ellis Maestro Frank Paul Fetta will long be remembered for his warmth and creativity, which transcended the …

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Lancôme and MTV announce “Emily in Paris” collection

Lancôme is teaming up with the “Emily in Paris” television series to create a new beauty collection. With season 2 slated for December 22, the Netflix show, produced by MTV Entertainment Studios, stars Lancôme ambassador Lily Collins and follows Emily Cooper’s story: her life, her quirky sartorial sense, her cheerful …

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This Emily in Paris Beaty collection will have fans in full glamor for season 2 • The Pop Insider

The Emily Beauty Collection in Paris | Source: Lancôme It’s been a long crescentless year for fans of the Netflix series Emilie in Paris, since the show was first released last fall. With the Season 2 premiere on December 22, fans are preparing to re-immerse themselves in the quirk and …

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Amsterdam New Opera House review 2021-22: I Vespri Siciliani

On Friday October 22, 2021, for the first time since 2004, Verdi’s “I Vespri Siciliani” returned to New York with the New Amsterdam Opera concert of this lesser-known work by Verdi from the grand French opera at the historic Presbyterian Church of West Park. on the Upper West Side of …

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Performing Arts – October 27

Tribute to Neil Diamond by Matt Vee Celebrate the music of Neil Diamond performed by Matt Vee, his family and friends with his performance “I Am… He Said” at 7 pm on January 21 at the Gichi-ziibi Center for the Arts on the campus of Brainerd High School. With songs …

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Lancôme launches a beauty collection inspired by “Emily In Paris”

Lancôme has teamed up with one of the most popular television series to create a beauty collection inspired by Parisian glamor: the Lancôme x Emily in Paris collection. With Season 2 slated for December 22, the hit Netflix show Emilie in Paris, produced by MTV Entertainment Studios, stars Lancôme ambassador …

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Quick take with Annika Noelle

What was your first reaction when you heard that Deacon was coming back? “I was really excited because I know by the way over the years, both Sean [Kanan, Deacon] and I was asked, “Will Deacon ever come back?” “Does Hope want to see her father?” We’ve both expressed our …

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Apply for the 2022 Bachelor of Performing Arts

Big dreams on stage or on screen have to start somewhere, and one of the most prestigious places to start your journey to stardom is the Actors Center Australia. Leichhardt School of the Performing Arts is where actors like Hugh Jackman, Harriet Dyer, Tess Haubrich and Rosie Lourde studied. Your …

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THE MUSICAL arrives at Citizens Bank Opera House January 2022

PRETTY WOMAN: THE MUSICAL, based on one of Hollywood’s most beloved romantic stories of all time, is now on tour and coming to Citizens Bank Opera House January 18-30, 2022 as part of the season Lexus Broadway in Boston. Starring Broadway superstar and Tony Award nominee Adam Pascal as Edward …

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Pelli SandaD 10th Day Box Office Collection Total Earnings Report Business Income Kamai Vasool

Today we are going to talk about one of the most anticipated Telugu movies named Pelli SandaD. So this is a new romantic comedy film in which big stars appear together. The movie performs well at the Box Office and collects a very real amount. Here we provide all the …

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Here’s what a liberal arts degree can do for your career

A recent report from the Association of American Colleges and Universities found that 80% of employers want their employees to have some experience studying the liberal arts. No wonder why. These subjects are known to teach students sought-after skills that make a professional productive. Liberal arts degrees are a broad …

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Netflix brings new collection of Palestinian films

US streaming giant Netflix launched a collection of 32 award-winning films and documentaries produced by Palestinian filmmakers on October 14. The move comes as Israeli drama series on Netflix has grown in popularity. Israeli series “Fauda”, “Our Boys” and “Shtisel” were among the top 30 international television shows of the …

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The Chillicothe Region Arts Council will host the “Musical Weekend”

The Chillicothe Area Arts Council will be hosting a Musical Weekend featuring national artists Doyle Dykes and Andy Leftwich on November 20-21. Masterclasses with your choice of Dykes or Leftwich will be at the Chillicothe Comfort Inn and Suites on November 20 from 10 am to noon. Two hours will …

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Oswego Opera Theater presents HMS Pinafore | Arts and entertainment

OSWEGO – Oswego Opera Theater presents “HMS Pinafore or, The Girl Who Loved a Sailor” on November 6-7 at the Waterman Theater on the SUNY Oswego Campus. Due to the pandemic, the company has not been able to offer a live show all over the past year. The group however …

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The best of compositions written by John Williams for the first time in Italy with an orchestra of 70 elements

The repertoire of the genius of cinematographic music for the first time in Italy with an orchestra of 70 elements. Of Star wars To Harry potter, of schindler’s listTo Indiana Jones, of Superman to Jurassic park: a musical journey into the myth of John williams. Daniel Simon – Show producer …

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Vermont Arts News | Vermont Arts

BRATTLEBORO – At 7 p.m. on Friday 29 October, spectators will have the opportunity to travel through time during a screening of the iconic – but rarely seen – silent film “The Phantom of the Opera”, presented at Epsilon Spiers with a live score performed by organist and music historian …

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Boyle County Performing Arts Center to Present Student Run “Waking Sleepy Hollow” – The Advocate-Messenger

The Boyle County Performing Arts Center, a new facility adjacent to Boyle County High School, presents a Boyle County High School play titled “Waking Sleepy Hollow,” a variation on the story of the Headless Horseman. “This is the first play the high school has created and performed for the Boyle …

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The Phantom of the Opera, Broadway’s longest-running musical, resumes performances | Broadway Buzz

Meghan Picerno and Ben Crawford in “The Phantom of the Opera” (Photo: Matthieu Murphy) Let your fantasies unfold because The Phantom of the Opera is officially back on Broadway. The longtime musical resumes performances at the Majestic Theater on October 22, marking its first show since the theater closed in …

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Konstantin Petrosian honored and his compositions performed in Yerevan

YREVAN – An evening dedicated to the works of famous composer and conductor Konstantin Petrossian was held at the Komitas Chamber Music Center in Yerevan on September 14. Petrossian is the author of numerous compositions, including symphonic, choral, chamber, instrumental and vocal works, many of which have been published and …

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Shop the Emotionally Unavailable Squid Game Collection

As the editors of POPSUGAR, we independently select and write things that we like and think you will like, too. If you purchase a product that we have recommended, we may receive an affiliate commission, which in turn supports our work. And so the Squid game the recovery continues. Now …

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National Symposium Explores Institutional Change in the Performing Arts “The Peabody Post

The event on November 17 brings together artists, presenters on the need for adaptability. The disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated troubling trends in the performing arts, revealing a long-standing need to cultivate artistic institutions that are responsive to their communities and open to changing ways of creating …

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Karisma Kapoor reveals her preserved collection of “dadi and nani” saris

Bollywood actor Karisma Kapoor’s love for sarees is endless! The actor loves sarees so much that to this day she has kept his maternal and paternal grandmothers’ sarees for herself and her daughter, Samaira, ANI news agency reported. She revealed that she used to take her “nani sarees” and wear …

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Glyndebourne opera will return to Milton Keynes next month

World-renowned opera company Glyndebourne will present a trio of musical delights at the Milton Keynes Theater in November. The Glyndebourne Tour brings extraordinary opera productions to just four venues across the UK, and Milton Keynes is one of them. Affordable and not as formal as its summer festival, the Glyndebourne …

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From the page to the stage of the opera: Self-destruction in “Death in Venice” by Thomas Mann and Benjamin Britten

“Page to Opera Stage” examines stories – real or fictional, old and new – that have inspired operas, and how these stories have been edited and dramatized to fit a new medium. In this episode, Thomas Mann’s “Death in Venice” was the inspiration for a very different opera. It is …

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Emotionally unavailable glimpses of the ‘Squid Game’ capsule collection

ComplexCon returns to Long Beach November 6-7 with hosts J. Balvin and Kristen Noel Crawley, performances by A $ AP Rocky and Turnstile, and more shopping and falls. Reserve your place while tickets run out! To buy tickets It’s hard to scroll through any platform and not see something related …

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MLW Roundup: Enzo Amore tease, War Chamber teams, Opera Cup, more!

The world of MLW never sleeps. Let’s go back to all the news from last week. Episode 4 of Fusion: ALPHA was full of juicy nuggets. The in-ring action saw Calvin Tankman v Lee Moriarty in power versus speed, Delmi Exo versus Brittany Blake in the women’s featherweight division, and …

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Reinforcement of central places for the performing arts

A new house for the performing arts in central Dunedin is touted as a cornerstone for the development of the city’s arts infrastructure, but concerns remain about the viability of the sector. The Princes St venue will accommodate up to 120 people and will be managed by the Dunedin Fringe …

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Mercer University Opera presents Dido and Aeneas

MACON – Mercer University Opera to present Henry Purcell’s opera Dido and Aeneas to 21-23 Oct at 7:30 p.m. and October 24 at 3 p.m. The show takes place in the environment of ancient Greece. Queen Dido of Carthage offers her hospitality to Prince Aeneas and his soldiers, who escaped …

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Wolf Trap Offers $ 5,000 Grants To DC Area Performing Arts Teachers

VIENNA, VA – The Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts is accepting applications for this year’s High School Performing Arts Teacher Grants program. Grants are available for teachers in the DC area. The grant application deadline is November 15, and fellows will be appointed in December for the 2021-22 …

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Day Wise Total Income Report in All Languages

Most eligible Telugu film box office collection Day 4: Day wise total income report in all languages: The Most Eligible Baccalaureate is one of the most anticipated and fantastic films to hit theaters. It also receives amazing and wonderful responses from viewers and critics. The film is finally released after …

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The Paris Opera Ballet puts on Stendhal’s Le Rouge et le Noir

Costly and risky: Three-act ballets are a risky investment for dance companies. The Paris Opera Ballet spared no expense to ensure that its first newcomer in 13 years, that of Pierre Lacotte The Red and the Black, based on Stendhal’s novel of the same name, would be spectacular to say …

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Every Netflix Original Movie released in the Criterion Collection

Netflix has released hundreds of over 1,000 Netflix Original movies since 2015 and some of them have been handpicked for inclusion in the prestigious Criterion Collection. Here’s a look at all of the Netflix Originals that have been released on Criterion over the years. Netflix embarked on the “business film” …

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Working together on magical compositions: these are the artists Valerie Ahneman and Jay Sweeney

With unique talents and plenty of industry experience, emerging artists Valerie Ahneman and Jay Sweeney have worked together for years and are bringing something new to the table. Emerging artists Valerie Ahneman and Jay Sweeney are incredible forces to be reckoned with in the music world. Through multiple collaborations and …

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New compositions – The Brooklyn Rail

In sight Alexander Gray PartnersSeptember 9 – October 23, 2021new York Move in near Soft, Fine, Measure (2021), and see what you hear. Constructing a large square from woolly architectural felt panels coupled with an uninterrupted field of white paint, Jennie C. Jones discreetly blurs the lines between the senses: …

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The Denver Center for the Performing Arts is looking to recruit 220 volunteer bailiffs

Provided by the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Photo by Adams Design Photo Are you interested? Here is how you can apply. With the reopening of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) for its 2021-2022 season, they are looking for volunteers to serve as ushers for their …

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Sardar Udham Total Box Office Collection OTT Release Review & Ratings from the public

Theaters reopen and severity and slackening, many people are turning to theaters again and enjoy watching movies on big screens. More recently, some of the highly anticipated films finally got their digital release after a long hiatus with favorable response from audiences. Nonetheless, there are some expected movies that are …

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Greek revolutionary hero comes to life at the opera Markos Botsaris | culture & arts, culture

ATHENS – Resurrections are sacred events, whether or not of an explicitly religious character. The first international performance of the opera “Markos Botsaris” at the Veakeio Municipal Theater in Piraeus on October 7 brought to life both the musical work of art itself and the hero of the Greek revolution …

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Aberdeen Performing Arts Announces Successful Candidate for Early Years Celebration Commission

Unicorns arrive at the lemon tree Earlier this year, three of Scotland’s largest cultural organizations joined forces to offer a unique, multi-year commission to create and produce three small-scale festive productions for early childhood audiences, each to be presented in Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Inverness between Christmas 2021 and Christmas 2023. …

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Lucky Ali impresses with his best compositions | Music

MUMBAI – Famous singer, songwriter and actor Lucky Ali wowed viewers with the performance of his best compositions like “O Sanam” and “Gori Teri Aakhein Kahen” in the latest episode of “Unacademy Unwind”. He performed the songs in a new style which made the lyrics more refreshing. Coming from a …

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Upcoming Musical Events in Williamsport: Opera Night and Return of the Williamsport Symphony Orchestra | Music

Williamsport-October 26 will host two exciting events for music lovers. The Three Tenors Concert announced by the Williamsport Music Club and the opening performance of the Williamsport Symphony Orchestra. The Three Tenors give an opera night at Faxon at 7:00 p.m.-Kenmore United Methodist Church, 1301 Clayton Avenue. Ryan Workman, who …

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Renovations Aim To Keep The Arts At The Forefront In Century-Old Theater | Reporting

It was a sign of the times at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Closed theaters with no movies to announce got creative with their marquees, displaying phrases like “Now showing nothing with nobody”, “When Harry Met Sally on Zoom”, “The Corona Chronicles” and “To Be Continued” . Meanwhile, the …

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Lucky Ali impresses with his best compositions

Mumbai, October 16 Famous singer, songwriter and actor Lucky Ali wowed viewers with the performance of his best compositions like ‘O Sanam’ and ‘Gori Teri Aakhein Kahen’ in the latest episode of ‘Unacademy Unwind’. He performed the songs in a new style which made the lyrics more refreshing. Coming from …

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Queens is a very entertaining hip-hop soap opera – Reason.com

Queens. ABC. Tuesday October 19, 10 p.m. TV scriptwriters’ rooms can get a little crazy. A sexual harassment lawsuit a few years ago revealed that the writers of Friends spent a considerable amount of time crafting a story arc in which the adorable muffin Joey was revealed to be a …

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When and what happens to the streaming service?

Disney + may be a relatively new streaming platform, but with Disney, Marvel, Star Wars and 20th Century Fox content to choose from has already become a serious competitor to other VOD services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. And now Disney + has announced plans to enter the anime …

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Colorado Springs musician, arts advocate announced as new executive director of the Ent Center for the Arts | New

Musician and arts advocate David Siegel is the new executive director of the Ent Center for the Arts at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Siegel, currently managing director of the Bee Vradenburg Foundation, which invests and supports local arts organizations and artists, will start his new work in …

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The new Diermeiss collection is inspired by the hues of the night sky

From hues of the night sky to an emphasis on powerful style – Kumari Jyoti aka The Dragon Lady’s latest collection, The Protector of the sky, under the Diermeiss label is high on the dramatic element. Diermeiss is an exclusive luxury clothing brand for men, inspired by the mythical “dragons”. …

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Things to do in LA: Dudamel and the LA Phil, opera, dancing

Gustavo Dudamel and the LA Phil, a pair of performances from the Philadelphia dance company BalletX and a new staging of the hit musical “Mamma Mia!” lead our list of offers this weekend. Before you go, don’t forget to call or check online for booking conditions and other COVID-19 protocols. …

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SAFE’s Southern Dance and Performing Arts Company presents BEAUTY AND THE BEAST this month

SAFE’s Southern Dance and Performing Arts Company will present Beauty and the Beast. The performances will take place on October 21, 22, 23, 29 and 30, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. in the BB Comer auditorium. “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” is the classic story of Belle, a young woman in …

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Maha Samudram Box Office Collection Day 1: Face multiple clashes during the holiday season

After receiving an incredible response from the trailer, Now Maha Samudram hit theaters today. Actor Siddharth who mainly works in Tamil cinema is making his comeback after 8 years in Telugu cinema. This romantic action drama, which has already gone viral since its trailer, says the film has already done …

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State Opera South Australia announces 2022 Opera on the Beach

State Opera South Australia has announced a new one-night-only production of Puccini Bohemian to be performed at Glenelg Beach in Adelaide on March 26, 2022. The new event follows the success of the 2019 outdoor production Carmen in the square. Soprano Desiree Frahn on Glenelg Beach. Photo provided. The new …

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Star Wars: The Mandalorian Retro Collection pre-orders go live today

If you’re a fan of Hasbro’s Star Wars Retro Collection line-up, you were probably excited about yesterday’s reveal. If you missed it, Hasbro has announced other retro action figures from the Mandalorian line that will include The Mandalorian, Death Trooper, Bo-Katan, Boba Fett, Ahsoka, and the Armorer. The good news …

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Aberdeen Performing Arts chief bows out after 10 glorious years

Aberdeen Performing Arts chief bows out after 10 glorious years Calendar An icon of a desk calendar. to cancel An icon of a circle with a diagonal line across. Caret A block arrow icon pointing right. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook A Facebook “f” brand icon. Google …

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Lifestyle blogger Dede Raad launches second collection of jackets

Dede Raad, a Houston-based lifestyle blogger who shares her postpartum journey and tips on her blog, Dress Up Buttercup, and with her 1.1 million Instagram followers, is releasing a capsule collection of denim jackets. The collection is called Detre, which is Raad’s birth name. The latest collection is Detre’s second …

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Call for compositions: Festival of New Musicals in the United States

Now in its 33rd edition, the annual event is the cornerstone of the organization’s mission to be a catalyst to nurture the development and production of musical theater. NAMT supports the development of all forms of musical theater, including musicals, song cycles, opera and hybrid works. Each year, eight musicals …

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Southern Sponsors Landau Murphy’s Anniversary Concert This Weekend | Culture & Leisure

Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. is helping Southern WV Community & Technical College celebrate its 50th anniversary with a free public concert on its Logan campus this Saturday. Southern is proud to present Landau as it celebrates the 10th anniversary of its “America’s Got Talent” victory. The concert will take place …

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To live. To participate. Support. NT performing arts. – Event information

Artback NT is the gateway to sharing the rich cultures, stories and art of the Northern Territory with Australia and the rest of the world. We develop and produce new, innovative and stimulating works. ‘The Other Side of Me’ is a poignant contemporary dance work based on a collection of …

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Disparities in COVID-19 restrictions troubling the performing arts community

Regina Sung, Photo Editor As the University eases COVID-19 restrictions on track teams, some members of Yale’s performing arts groups have expressed frustration with regulations that continue to restrict in-person performances. Currently, performance arts – including theater, a cappella, dance and comedy groups – face austerity COVID-19 restrictions. Yale requires …

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MARY POPPINS will be presented at the Franklin Performing Arts Company

The Franklin Performing Arts Company will present Disney & Cameron Mackintoshby Mary Poppins. The production, choreographed by and starring Broadway’s Clay Rice-Thomson, will run October 15-17 and 22-24 at THE BLACK BOX. Everyone’s favorite almost perfect nanny takes flight in THE BLACK BOX for this Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious musical adventure. The production …

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The 6th Magnolia Arts Festival features over 100 visual and performing artists this weekend in Peachtree City

Artists from across the United States will once again converge on the shores of Lake Peachtree in Peachtree City, Georgia for the 6th annual Magnolia Fine Arts Festival. Over 100 visual and performing artists will showcase their talents on Saturday October 16 and Sunday October 17. It is the largest …

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Tickets on sale October 12: Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts 2021-2022 Season – Cerritos Community News

October 11, 2021 CERRITOS, CA – The Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts (CCPA) is delighted to welcome audiences once again with an exciting 2021-2022 season, which kicks off Friday, December 3 at 8:00 p.m. with iconic artist Marie Osmond. The new season’s lineup includes world-renowned artists including Emmy winner …

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Utah Arts Review »Blog Archive» The Utah Opera returns with a zany and colorful staging of Rossini’s “Barber”

The Utah Opera production of Rossini’s “Barber of Seville” runs until October 17. Photo: Dana Sohm A Woman on Stilts and a Dream Ballet featuring human-sized chickens are just two of the wacky surprises that greeted audiences at Utah Opera on Saturday night for its season-opener Rossini production. The Barber …

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Baton Rouge River Center Theater for Performing Arts opening postponed until next year

BATON ROUGE, Louisiana (BRPROUD) – Hurricane Ida is still affecting Baton Rouge 43 days after landing in Louisiana. The recent storm delayed construction of the Baton Rouge River Center Theater for Performing Arts. Amanda Shaw announces Bayou relief tour to support those affected by Hurricane Ida This means the theater …

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UGA Performing Arts Center season opens October 14 with Time For Three | New

After a year and a half of minimal activity, the UGA Performing Arts Center is back in business, welcoming the public for a tremendous 25th anniversary celebration that culminates in April and May 2022. Classically-formed indie-pop trio Time For Three opens the season Thursday, October 14 at 7:30 p.m. in …

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Musical to Kick off WNCC Performing Arts Fall 2021 Season | New

SCOTTSBLUFF – The 2021 fall performing arts season at Western Nebraska Community College kicks off with The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee fall musical on October 22. Theater and music programs are featured in the 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. The musical will air from October 22 to …

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New performing arts facility in Conroe comes close to reality

The Town of Conroe is getting closer to establishing a new visual and performing arts center while preserving the historic value of the former Sam Houston Elementary School. Currently serving as a Walter P. Jett continuing education center, the city purchased the site in July 2020 for $ 4.2 million. …

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The Sphinx Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra presents an invigorating program and presents compositions from BIPOC The Badger Herald

Last Thursday, one of the most talented and diverse professional chamber orchestras in the country, Virtuoso Sphinx, honored the staging at Memorial Union’s Shannon Hall. The performance meant a sense of relief from normalcy. Not only did he observe the welcoming of customers in their place for the first time …

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Hercules: 5 things you didn’t know about the Turkish soap opera

One of the most watched Turkish series “Hercules», The story of love and revenge thrills the audience through the chapters. The show first aired on March 15, 2019, after which it captivated audiences with its intense storytelling. Ryan and Meeran, A couple must fight against everything and everyone must be …

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Soap Opera News and spoilers for the week of October 11, 2021

Plus, catch up on a beloved day! Do not miss a piece of all the latest news for The daring and the beautiful, Days of our lives, General Hospital, and The young and the restless gathered in one convenient place. During our recent conversation with Scott Clifton (Liam), he shared …

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Fall and the Arts Kicks Off at ICOE | Education

EL CENTRO – Music, paintings, food, sculptures and auctions collided at the inaugural Fall and the Arts Foundation for Education – the nonprofit arm of the Imperial Office of the county education – Thursday, October 7, at the ICOE in El Centro. The Autumn & the Arts event was a …

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Arts and Education Council funds St. Louis groups for trauma healing

A dozen St. Louis-area organizations that use the arts to help people cope with trauma will share $ 120,000 in grants from the Arts and Education Council. Recipients include Prison Performing Arts, Intercultural music initiative and works of art from Saint-Louis. “These populations they serve have suffered a lot of …

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Business Council for the Arts (BCA) honors North Texas Performing Arts in 2021 Obelisk Awards

The Business Council for the Arts (BCA) has announced that Plano’s North Texas Performing Arts has been awarded the 2021 Obelisks in the Arts. Get to Know North Texas Performing Arts (NTPA), winner of the 2021 Business Council for the Arts Obelisk Award for Arts Education The NTPA is the …

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the ennead performing arts center in shenzhen will occupy two golden volumes

the popular performing arts center ennead architects presents its winning application in an international competition for a new performing arts center in shenzhen. the project takes the name of “the center of the performing arts of the people” and will present itself as a new icon signifying the development of …

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The School of Visual and Performing Arts, organizer of the annual VAPA recruitment day on October 13

Tweeter tweet button for twitter Posted on October 10, 2021 By Ashlyn Dupree ULM Marketing and Communication Office MONROE, THE– The University of Louisiana Monroe School of Visual and Performing Arts and Recruiting Office are hosting their annual VAPA Day on Wednesday, October 13. This event is for high school …

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The day – How is Goodspeed’s first performance at the Opera since the start of the pandemic?

There we were, nestled in the ornate auditorium of the Goodspeed Opera House, as talented actors sang catchy and melodious tunes on stage. It had been a while. For 21 months, the East Haddam Theater was closed to the public due to COVID. If my Wednesday visit was any indication, …

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The State Opera brings La Bohème to the beach

The one-night-only performance, announced today, will be directed by company artistic director Stuart Maunder, with an all-Australian cast including soprano Cathy-Di Zhang and tenor Rosario La Spina as Young Lovers. unhappy Mimi and Rodolfo. . “They fall head over heels in love, blind to any possibility that there may be …

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Moosa Jatt Day 1 Box Office Collection Total Revenue Review Notes

Siddhu Moosewala has become a brand and there is no doubt about it. From powerful songs to his intimidating personality, Siddhu has captured the attention of listeners all around. Now the Punjabi singer has made his debut with a movie called “Moosa Jatt”. The trailer that was released received a …

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Jennie C. Jones: New Compositions at Alexander Gray Associates, NYC (Video)

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Doctor Box office Collection Day 1: The shooting of Sivakarthikeyan for a big opening weekend

In the tough times of Corona, where Bollywood movies are not winning as much, South Indian movies are getting good responses from audiences, be it Republic, Lift or Love Story, all got massive response and have reported big. However, now theaters are slowly opening in all parts of India, as …

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“I thought it would be a great job to do”

1967-73 BRIAN DICKIEFirst visit to the 1962 festival. Last visits 2019 The biggest attraction?Being able to do my own thing. I had five years of experience at Glyndebourne. But using all of those relationships, with colleagues, agents and deploying people my way, it was extremely appealing. I have held three …

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Barn Opera’s ‘La traviata’: a champagne evening for everyone | Vermont Arts

Editor’s note: Tenor Christopher Plaas, who was scheduled to sing Alfredo Germont, has stepped down citing concerns about COVID. He will be replaced by Joshua Collier. When Brandon’s Barn Opera House opens “officially” next weekend, it will be with one of the repertoire’s most beloved gems, “La traviata” by Giuseppe …

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Konda Polam Day 1 Box Office Collection: a slow start for Panja Vaisshnav Tej’s film!

New oi-Sruthi Hemachandran | Update: Saturday, October 9, 2021, 9:17 a.m. [IST] The latest release of actor Panja Vaishhnav Tej Konda Polam open to an average box office response on Friday, October 8. Also starring Rakul Preet Singh, the rural drama is said to have racked up a collection between …

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TTU College of Visual & Performing Arts Offers New Certificate Program in Art Entrepreneurship | KLBK | KAMC

LUBBOCK, Texas (press release) – The following is a press release from Texas Tech University: The JT and Margaret Talkington College of Visual and Performing Arts (TCVPA) at Texas Technological University will offer diploma and undergraduate artistic entrepreneurship certificates this spring. The certificate consists of three courses: foundation in artistic …

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Bordeaux National Opera 2021-22 Review: Robert the Devil

(Credit: Pierre Planchenaul) “Robert le Diable” premiered at the Paris Opera in 1831. The play’s immediate success led its composer, Giacomo Meyerbeer, to sudden international fame. This opera set the standard for French grand opera, with the story split into five acts, ballet numbers, grand pompous choir scenes, and the …

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