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16 Feb 19
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16 Feb 19
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15 Feb 19
Activist Architecture LTU

The work of fall 2017 students Trevor Garland and Catherine Schmitz at Kosciuszko Middle School (KMS) in Hamtramck, MI addressed the challenges of negotiating between the needs of a variety of constituencies, changing spatial requirements, and respecting a historic structure.  Trevor’s research into issues surrounding culturally diverse communities led him to Hamtramck. Once known as […]

15 Feb 19
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15 Feb 19
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15 Feb 19
The Denver Post
The Colorado Symphony is free to look for a new home on — or off — its current site at the Denver Performing Arts Complex, following an agreement with the city that effectively condemns its current home at Boettcher Concert Hall. Planning for a new concert hall is already underway, as both parties have said there is no future for the roughly 2,700-seat Boettcher. A specific timeline has not been set, the symphony said in a written statement Wednesday[cq comment=”CQ”]. The agreement hands the Colorado Symphony Association the freedom and potential resources to build on recent successes, such as increased ticket sales, collaborations with pop and classical stars, younger audiences and three consecutive years of financial stability. A new and better concert hall would encourage this growth, the symphony believes. “It’s only gotten worse and it has to come down, and nobody argues about that,” Jerry Kern[cq comment=”CQ”], chairman and CEO of the Colorado Symphony, said of Boettcher. “So the question is: What do we do when it comes down? Now we’ve gotten to the point where we can move ahead with that question, and we’ve been freed to seek out developers for a new site.” The memorandum of understanding, as it’s called, allows the symphony to make decisions without waiting on the city’s Next Stage plan, the ambitious, multimillion-dollar overhaul of the Denver Performing Arts Complex that could add residential towers and other amenities to the 12-acre[cq comment=”CQ”] complex — but could also potentially drag on for years and hamper the symphony’s growth. The memo also ensures access to $16.7 million[cq comment=”CQ”] that remains from a 2007[cq comment=”CQ”] bond issue, provided the symphony adheres to certain terms, such as using the money by Sept. 30, 2023[cq comment=”CQ”], and building its new concert hall within the city limits of Denver. Boettcher, built in 1978[cq comment=”CQ”], has for years been decried as flawed and inadequate. Neither the symphony nor Denver Arts & Venues, the agency that owns and operates the Denver Performing Arts Complex, wants to put resources into a renovation. Outside Boettcher Concert Hall in 2014. Named after philanthropist Claude K. Boettcher[cq comment=”CQ”], the concert hall was the country’s first in-the-round symphony hall, a design choice meant to give all patrons proximity to the stage. It sits next to some of Colorado’s largest, most prestigious performing arts venues, including the homes of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Opera Colorado and Colorado Ballet. However, the benefits of being grouped with the city’s other top-tier stages are outweighed by not controlling the site, Kern said. Poor acoustics, too many seats, problems with the women’s restrooms, and design issues that violate 1990’s Americans with Disabilities Act also need to be fixed immediately. “We still have some older people who like going to listen to music, and you can watch them with their canes and oxygen tanks trying to get up steps that don’t have a handrail,” Kern said. “On top of that, we’re viewed by the city as a user of its facility, so we use the city’s concessionaires, but we get no part of their revenue. … If we want to put on shows without our own musicians, we have to pay a higher level, and we pay a seat tax on everything. We don’t have it 24 hours of a day, and we don’t have it every day because the city promotes events there as well, or rents it.” Most successful regional orchestras in the United States, from Nashville and Minneapolis to Kansas City, all have their own homes, Kern added. Losing the symphony to another site is not a particularly attractive idea to the city. “Certainly, Arts & Venues and the city have always been working toward the goal of having the symphony stay at the arts complex, and we hope that they will,” said Ginger White[cq comment=”CQ”], who recently replaced Kent Rice as executive director of Arts & Venues. “It’s such an important cultural institution, not just for the city but for the arts complex itself. But at the same time, we recognize that the symphony wants to also be in control of their own destiny, and some ways to do that would be for them to consider places off the campus.” Talks between city and symphony officials about a new (or renovated) home have been ongoing since at least 2007, and not always smoothly. That’s been complicated by the symphony having to deal with righting its finances after a 2011[cq comment=”CQ”] review found that the organization was on the brink of financial disaster. Stumbling blocks continued: On Sept. 18, 2014[cq comment=”CQ”], the symphony was ready to announce plans for its $40 million[cq comment=”CQ”] Build a Better Boettcher renovation plan. Before it could hold a scheduled press conference at noon that day, the city issued a media release about Mayor Michael Hancock’s appointment of an executive leadership team meant to rethink the entire Denver Performing Arts Complex. “We were never satisfied with the results of that,” Kern said. As recently as 2016[cq comment=”CQ”], one of the city’s plans included demolishing Boettcher and building an outdoor amphitheater in its place. Symphony officials criticized that in terse language. [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] “To even propose the demolition of a beloved community asset reflects a lack of both vision and leadership,” read a formal statement released by the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, as it was known at the time. The symphony’s rising fortunes of late have lessened some of the tension. High-profile collaborations and innovative, venue-spanning performances have brought everyone from Yo-Yo Ma and Renée Fleming to The Flaming Lips to the symphony — and the symphony to venues such as Red Rocks Amphitheatre and the FirstBank Center. In the 2017[cq comment=”CQ”] fiscal year, the Symphony Association had an operating surplus of nearly $200,000[cq comment=”CQ”], on $12.8[cq comment=”CQ”] million in revenue. Other income recorded outside its operating budget resulted in a net positive balance of $2.4 million[cq comment=”CQ”], according to a financial summary provided by the symphony. Last year, the city cut the organization some slack in two lease deals that provided the nonprofit with nearly free office space and cheaper rent at Boettcher, with an estimated $166,000[cq comment=”CQ”] in savings per year, according to a previous report from The Denver Post. The city recently retained Keen Independent[cq comment=”CQ”], a market research firm, to update its findings for its Next Stage plan at the Denver Performing Arts Complex. Meetings between Keen officials and cultural organizations will begin at the end of this month, White said. “We’re trying to give the symphony the opportunity and the resources to be able to explore some different alternatives that include the Next Stage, but could be outside of the city’s master plan,” she said. “And we’re of the same point of view with Boettcher: it’s a facility beyond its useful life, and it would require a lot of money and gymnastics to make it work.” Over the last six months, the symphony has looked at building a new hall on land owned by the Temple Buell Foundation next to the Cherry Creek Mall, according to the Denver Business Journal. But Denver officials balked at letting the symphony tap the bond money from 2007 and the effort went belly up, the Business Journal reported. The symphony is also considering a parcel at 1245 Champa St., across from the Colorado Convention Center. But it’s dependent on the historic preservation status of the building that sits there, which is occupied by The Commons on Champa. “We didn’t want to be precluded from looking elsewhere for a new home for the symphony, because to us, time is of the essence,” Kern said. “What we like about (this week’s memo) is that people are going to show up and start talking to us.” The Denver Post needs your support. Subscribe now for just 99 cents for the first month.
15 Feb 19
Louis' Exploring Music Blog

Now that you are choosing your own piece of music to research, analyze, and write about; I would like you to name your piece in this blog post and describe the main melody or melodies in the music you chose.  (Review your eText introductory chapter to help you.) Also, discuss the texture of the piece […]

15 Feb 19
Chemical 2 Energy Newz

Global Expanded Perlite Market: Overview Expanded perlite is the form of perlite product obtained after the loss of water and molecule up till its softening point, where its volume increases more than 35 times its original volume. They possess various characteristic features such as high insulation and acoustic properties. They have excellent water retention properties […]

15 Feb 19
Shoot That Nebula

If there were two things the teenagers of the 1990’s were all about, it was hip slashers and even hipper soundtracks. No stranger to mopey youths, Dawson’s Creek writer struck iconic success with Scream; hanging with the cool crowd and giving a real, “get a look at those guys” to old school horror tropes. Striking while the […]

15 Feb 19

The word nanotechnology is one of the marvelous blessings of modern science. Nanotechnology is etymologically derived from the Greek word “nânos” which means dwarf and “technology” which means the systematic application of scientific knowledge. So, in essence, nanotechnology is the systematic study and application of materials in nanoscale. It is the manipulation of particles in […]

15 Feb 19
Healthcare Research Report

The technological advancements that electronic and digital stethoscopes have made in the recent decade have helped them in attaining an edge over traditional stethoscopes. The main development in stethoscopes market include superior digital sound transmission competencies of digital stethoscopes and their growing use in telemedicine. In spite of the introduction of advanced technologies such as […]

15 Feb 19
National Geographic Education Blog

This week, we learned … … there really is a black panther in Africa. What are black panthers? Who are Black Panthers? Who is Black Panther?   … three tests the Green New Deal must pass in order to work. How can policymakers—and your own students—make informed environmental decisions? Use our lesson to find out. […]

15 Feb 19
Market_News_Insight

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15 Feb 19
MarketResearch

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