Concert Pianist

20 Jun 19
Reflections of An Untidy Mind

Day 20 — Share Your Music: 30 Days, 30 Songs Maybe not who you think.  Operating on a just in time basis, I knew that today’s tune for the 30 Days, 30 Songs challenge would make itself known to me before the day was out.  And it did.  As I was flipping through my CD […]

20 Jun 19
Wonders in the Dark

 © 2019 by James Clark        I can’t, for the life of me, regard Ingmar Bergman’s film, Autumn Sonata (1978), as the flat-out domestic clash others choose to believe. What is the real fascination and entry-point here, to me, is that the film’s protagonist, Eva, played by actress Liv Ullman, is made to […]

20 Jun 19
Theory of Music

With six weeks until the Australian Festival of Chamber Music (AFCM) thrills classical music-lovers in glorious Townsville, several events have already sold out or are close to capacity! Held from Friday 26 July through to Sunday 4 August, the AFCM will feature the talents of 40 of the world’s leading chamber musicians performing five world […]

20 Jun 19
The Cross-Eyed Pianist

I’d like to think that I am able to bring some insight into every composer that I choose to perform. If I don’t feel an empathy with a composer or piece, I prefer not to play it

20 Jun 19
Acordo Coletivo: Cidadania

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search “Elvis” redirects here. For other uses, see Elvis (disambiguation). Elvis Presley Presley in a publicity photograph for the 1957 film Jailhouse Rock Born Elvis Aron Presley January 8, 1935 Tupelo, Mississippi, U.S. Died August 16, 1977 (aged 42) Memphis, Tennessee, U.S. Cause of death Heart attack Resting place Graceland Memphis, […]

20 Jun 19
Be bold be brave and show yourself love

Well as I’m doing alot of traveling recently and the people i follow are into music as much as me. Heres my top ten tracks I listen to that get my pumped for shoots and when running round at work trying to stay awake. 1. KMFDM ready to blow Now we all know im going […]

20 Jun 19
Haslingden High School and Sixth Form

AFTER just six months of singing lessons Max Harwood Lomax stepped onto a stage in front of nearly 500 people – his next gig could be in front of 50,000. Max first sang at the Sean Ruane and Friends’ evening at Bacup’s Royal Court Theatre in May. He performed a solo, a duet and a […]

20 Jun 19
Clare Gleeson

“Who’s heard of Geoffrey Tozer?” a teacher at the Victorian College of the Arts asked his class at the beginning of The Eulogy.  No-one had.  An hour and a half of footage later the same teacher asked the same class “Who thinks Geoffrey Tozer deserves to be in the same group as Nellie Melba, Percy […]

19 Jun 19
Focus News Agency

Don’t underestimate the power of K-pop. That’s a lesson many in the music industry have learned over the past few years, as the South Korean musical export has taken over charts and groups like BTS, BLACKPINK and EXO have broken records, established global fanbases on social media and found footholds in Western culture. Now, a […]

19 Jun 19
technopc

Don’t underestimate the power of K-pop. That’s a lesson many in the music industry have learned over the past few years, as the South Korean musical export has taken over charts and groups like BTS, BLACKPINK and EXO have broken records, established global fanbases on social media and found footholds in Western culture. Now, a […]

19 Jun 19
Outside The Know

Don’t underestimate the power of K-pop. That’s a lesson many in the music industry have learned over the past few years, as the South Korean musical export has taken over charts and groups like BTS, BLACKPINK and EXO have broken records, established global fanbases on social media and found footholds in Western culture. Now, a […]

19 Jun 19
World Best News

Don’t underestimate the power of K-pop. That’s a lesson many in the music industry have learned over the past few years, as the South Korean musical export has taken over charts and groups like BTS, BLACKPINK and EXO have broken records, established global fanbases on social media and found footholds in Western culture. Now, a […]

19 Jun 19
Current News Vista

Raisa Bruner Don’t underestimate the power of K-pop. That’s a lesson many in the music industry have learned over the past few years, as the South Korean musical export has taken over charts and groups like BTS, BLACKPINK and EXO have broken records, established global fanbases on social media and found footholds in Western culture. […]

19 Jun 19
TIME

With the orchestral performance “K-Factor,” a group of composers shows another side of the genre