Andrew Defrancesco

21 Jun 19
Wilmington Apple

WHS recently announced its Quarter 4 Honor Roll.

20 Jun 19

Emilio´s Blog

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20 Jun 19

Emilio´s Blog

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14 Jun 19
Website SEO Blog UK

The following students graduated as part of Southington High School’s class of 2019:

Nadja Abaza    

David Lawson Ackerman

Natalia Adamczyk    

Robert Joseph Adamo

Emma Christine Agli    

Ethan Richard Agli    

Amal Abdulghani Al-Hidami    Yahya Abdulghani Al-Hidami    Kasey Marie Alicea    

John Salvatore Aligata

Sarah Florence Anderson

Haley Elizabeth Andrews    Kristen Rose Angeli    

Ashley Laura Anglis    

David J Armstrong    

Aparna Somanath Athreya    Dylan Kimball Aylward

Tyler Kenneth Bade    

Joshua Robert Badgley

Zachary Joseph Badgley    Yousef Ibrahim Badr    </p

14 Jun 19
Website SEO Blog UK

The following students graduated as part of Southington High School’s class of 2019:

Nadja Abaza    

David Lawson Ackerman

Natalia Adamczyk    

Robert Joseph Adamo

Emma Christine Agli    

Ethan Richard Agli    

Amal Abdulghani Al-Hidami    Yahya Abdulghani Al-Hidami    Kasey Marie Alicea    

John Salvatore Aligata

Sarah Florence Anderson

Haley Elizabeth Andrews    Kristen Rose Angeli    

Ashley Laura Anglis    

David J Armstrong    

Aparna Somanath Athreya    Dylan Kimball Aylward

Tyler Kenneth Bade    

Joshua Robert Badgley

Zachary Joseph Badgley    Yousef Ibrahim Badr    </p

14 Jun 19
Website SEO Blog UK

The following students graduated as part of Southington High School’s class of 2019:

Nadja Abaza    

David Lawson Ackerman

Natalia Adamczyk    

Robert Joseph Adamo

Emma Christine Agli    

Ethan Richard Agli    

Amal Abdulghani Al-Hidami    Yahya Abdulghani Al-Hidami    Kasey Marie Alicea    

John Salvatore Aligata

Sarah Florence Anderson

Haley Elizabeth Andrews    Kristen Rose Angeli    

Ashley Laura Anglis    

David J Armstrong    

Aparna Somanath Athreya    Dylan Kimball Aylward

Tyler Kenneth Bade    

Joshua Robert Badgley

Zachary Joseph Badgley    Yousef Ibrahim Badr    </p

07 Jun 19
Andy Defrancesco

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29 May 19
East Bay Times
This year’s Healdsburg Jazz Festival centers on the 50th anniversary of ECM, the German record label that’s long documented many of the era’s greatest improvisers from the United States, Europe and Brazil. Running from May 31-June 9 at venues around the picturesque Sonoma County town, the festival has earned international respect with consistently world-class programming focusing on jazz’s leading artists. Among the 21st season’s highlights are an unprecedented duo May 31 featuring guitarist/composer Ralph Towner and reed master Paul McCandless, his bandmate of nearly five decades in the pioneering world jazz ensemble Oregon, and the protean trio of drummer Jack DeJohnette, saxophonist Ravi Coltrane and bassist Matthew Garrison on June 1. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”curated” curated_ids=”6083319,4908488″]Both Towner and DeJohnette have recorded prolifically for ECM since the early 1970s, and in many ways,the festival and the label share an uncompromising sensibility that reflects the creative values of their hands-on founders. Jessica Felix is the force behind the Healdsburg event, a festival defined by her personal connections with jazz artists dating back to the 1970s. Rather than making commercial concessions to attract wider audiences with R&B, rock and pop acts like so many events that trade on the name (see: Jazz & Heritage Festival, New Orleans), she has doggedly built a following for state-of-the-art players in the midst of Wine Country. “The amount of work that it takes to put on a 10-day festival is unimaginable,” Felix says. “We have to fund-raise all year around, but I want to bring music that I want to share. Sometimes it’s not easy to share the music I love with the area, because they don’t know them.” The June 2 ECM double bill offers a case study in the unimpeachable quality of Felix’s programming. Pianist/composer Carla Bley, an NEA Jazz Master who was born and raised in Oakland, makes an all-too-rare North Bay Area appearance featuring revered electric bassist Steve Swallow and saxophonist Andy Sheppard (the trio featured on Bley’s 2016 ECM album “Andando el Tiempo”). Former Bad Plus pianist Ethan Iverson and former SFJazz Collective tenor saxophonist Mark Turner play the opening set. They’ve recorded for ECM (and performed at the festival) as members of drummer Billy Hart’s quartet and released a fantastic duo album for ECM with 2017’s “Temporary Kings.” If Felix’s efforts embody jazz’s struggle to attain due recognition at home (to be fair, this year’s festival is supported by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts), ECM represents the music’s triumph in Europe. Launched in 1969 by Manfred Eicher, the label quickly established a signature aesthetic, which combined an exacting studio approach, abstract cover art and a tendency toward spacious, even sparse harmonic constructions. Towner met Eicher while performing in Germany with bassist Dave Holland “and at that point, he had about two records on the label,” says the guitarist, who also performs a solo concert June 2 at Santa Cruz’s Kuumbwa Jazz Center. “Manfred’s whole concept was to choose certain musicians who were able to play very spontaneously, with a real focus on quality in every aspect of production.” ECM-associated artists are just part of the festival. The lineup also includes Cuban piano great Harold López-Nussa’s quartet on June 7, Hammond B-3 organ star Joey DeFrancesco and violinist Regina Carter performing on a double bill June 8 and Tunisian oud virtuoso Dhafer Youssef’s quartet on June 9. “In Europe, Dhafer Youssef sells out everywhere, but it’s a pretty big leap here,” Felix says. “He’s an amazing artist, his voice as much as his oud. He’s coming direct from Tunisia, a concert made possible by some underwriting.” Felix isn’t just whistling into the wind when it comes to attracting new audiences. In a major new program, the free 10-day Music and Art Festival within the Healdsburg Jazz Festival takes over West Plaza Park every afternoon May 31-June 9. The family friendly programming includes interactive art projects for children, jam sessions, festival musicians signing CDs and performances by top local and Bay Area artists, such as drummer Josh Jones’ Latin Jazz Ensemble, the Russian River Ramblers, pianist Tammy Hall’s Quintet, trumpeter Erik Jekabson’s Quintet, vocalist Tiffany Austin’s Quartet, percussionist Carlitos Medrano’s Trio and Atta Kid. Even as she’s gearing up for the 10-day sprint, Felix is already cooking up ideas for next year’s festival, which will hinge partly on the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage. “You don’t want to, but I have to be thinking about the following year,” she says. “The ECM program was in the back of my head for years, and it happened to work with the 50th anniversary.” Contact Andrew Gilbert at jazzscribe@aol.com. HEALDSBURG JAZZ FESTIVAL When: May 31-June 9 Where: venues around Healdsburg Tickets: Free-$75, 707- 620-4412, healdsburgjazzfestival.org
29 May 19
The Mercury News
This year’s Healdsburg Jazz Festival centers on the 50th anniversary of ECM, the German record label that’s long documented many of the era’s greatest improvisers from the United States, Europe and Brazil. Running from May 31-June 9 at venues around the picturesque Sonoma County town, the festival has earned international respect with consistently world-class programming focusing on jazz’s leading artists. Among the 21st season’s highlights are an unprecedented duo May 31 featuring guitarist/composer Ralph Towner and reed master Paul McCandless, his bandmate of nearly five decades in the pioneering world jazz ensemble Oregon, and the protean trio of drummer Jack DeJohnette, saxophonist Ravi Coltrane and bassist Matthew Garrison on June 1. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”curated” curated_ids=”6083319,4908488″]Both Towner and DeJohnette have recorded prolifically for ECM since the early 1970s, and in many ways,the festival and the label share an uncompromising sensibility that reflects the creative values of their hands-on founders. Jessica Felix is the force behind the Healdsburg event, a festival defined by her personal connections with jazz artists dating back to the 1970s. Rather than making commercial concessions to attract wider audiences with R&B, rock and pop acts like so many events that trade on the name (see: Jazz & Heritage Festival, New Orleans), she has doggedly built a following for state-of-the-art players in the midst of Wine Country. “The amount of work that it takes to put on a 10-day festival is unimaginable,” Felix says. “We have to fund-raise all year around, but I want to bring music that I want to share. Sometimes it’s not easy to share the music I love with the area, because they don’t know them.” The June 2 ECM double bill offers a case study in the unimpeachable quality of Felix’s programming. Pianist/composer Carla Bley, an NEA Jazz Master who was born and raised in Oakland, makes an all-too-rare North Bay Area appearance featuring revered electric bassist Steve Swallow and saxophonist Andy Sheppard (the trio featured on Bley’s 2016 ECM album “Andando el Tiempo”). Former Bad Plus pianist Ethan Iverson and former SFJazz Collective tenor saxophonist Mark Turner play the opening set. They’ve recorded for ECM (and performed at the festival) as members of drummer Billy Hart’s quartet and released a fantastic duo album for ECM with 2017’s “Temporary Kings.” If Felix’s efforts embody jazz’s struggle to attain due recognition at home (to be fair, this year’s festival is supported by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts), ECM represents the music’s triumph in Europe. Launched in 1969 by Manfred Eicher, the label quickly established a signature aesthetic, which combined an exacting studio approach, abstract cover art and a tendency toward spacious, even sparse harmonic constructions. Towner met Eicher while performing in Germany with bassist Dave Holland “and at that point, he had about two records on the label,” says the guitarist, who also performs a solo concert June 2 at Santa Cruz’s Kuumbwa Jazz Center. “Manfred’s whole concept was to choose certain musicians who were able to play very spontaneously, with a real focus on quality in every aspect of production.” ECM-associated artists are just part of the festival. The lineup also includes Cuban piano great Harold López-Nussa’s quartet on June 7, Hammond B-3 organ star Joey DeFrancesco and violinist Regina Carter performing on a double bill June 8 and Tunisian oud virtuoso Dhafer Youssef’s quartet on June 9. “In Europe, Dhafer Youssef sells out everywhere, but it’s a pretty big leap here,” Felix says. “He’s an amazing artist, his voice as much as his oud. He’s coming direct from Tunisia, a concert made possible by some underwriting.” Felix isn’t just whistling into the wind when it comes to attracting new audiences. In a major new program, the free 10-day Music and Art Festival within the Healdsburg Jazz Festival takes over West Plaza Park every afternoon May 31-June 9. The family friendly programming includes interactive art projects for children, jam sessions, festival musicians signing CDs and performances by top local and Bay Area artists, such as drummer Josh Jones’ Latin Jazz Ensemble, the Russian River Ramblers, pianist Tammy Hall’s Quintet, trumpeter Erik Jekabson’s Quintet, vocalist Tiffany Austin’s Quartet, percussionist Carlitos Medrano’s Trio and Atta Kid. Even as she’s gearing up for the 10-day sprint, Felix is already cooking up ideas for next year’s festival, which will hinge partly on the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage. “You don’t want to, but I have to be thinking about the following year,” she says. “The ECM program was in the back of my head for years, and it happened to work with the 50th anniversary.” Contact Andrew Gilbert at jazzscribe@aol.com. HEALDSBURG JAZZ FESTIVAL When: May 31-June 9 Where: venues around Healdsburg Tickets: Free-$75, 707- 620-4412, healdsburgjazzfestival.org
17 May 19
NCHSWeeklyUpdate

Dear NCHS Family, Attention Parents of Seniors: All fines and obligations must be cleared. Textbooks and other class-related materials should be returned to the appropriate teacher. Also, please double-check that there is no outstanding balance with the Cafeteria Student Account. Overdue library books and equipment should be returned to the Library and outstanding fines (including […]