Concerto

23 Feb 19
DiscoBar.it

THOM YORKE SARÀ IN CONCERTO A VILLA MANIN IL 17 LUGLIO PER L’UNICA DATA NEL NORDEST DEL SUO TOUR EUROPEO   I biglietti per il concerto saranno in vendita a partire dalle 10.00 di venerdì 25 gennaio sui circuiti Ticketone e Ticketmaster e prossimamente nei circuiti esteri Oeticket e Eventim. Info e punti vendita su […]

23 Feb 19
Davis Enterprise

The Mondavi Center will be a busy place during the next few weeks, hosting multiple events of different kinds, including a program celebrating the music of the civil-rights era on Friday, March 1; an all-Rachmaninoff concert by the visiting Russian National Orchestra on Saturday, March 2; and a talk by 2018 Pulitzer-winning investigative journalist Jodi […]

22 Feb 19
Jayce Ran's Sweet Insanity

Deep in slumber Apricot laid slathered in the soft moonlight of Shiori’s guest bedroom window.  The group had drawn straws as to who would stand guard.  Apricot was a fortunate victor of rest.  She needed it too.  She rolled under the warm covers adjusting her aching body.  The fight earlier in the night had taken a lot out of her.  This […]

22 Feb 19
The Music I like

    Louis Spohr – Concerto No. 3 in fa min. (I. Allegro moderato): Maria du Toit, clarinetto; Cape Philharmonic Orchestra; Arjan Tien   Louis Spohr – Concerto No. 3 in fa min. (II. Adagio): Maria du Toit, clarinetto; Cape Philharmonic Orchestra; Arjan Tien   Louis Spohr – Concerto No. 3 in fa min. (III. […]

22 Feb 19
Liguria Oggi

Genova – Serata dedicata alla grande musica Italiana del ‘700 al Santuario della Madonnetta. Stasera sabato 23 febbraio a partire dalle ore 18 si esibirà per l’occasione il Maestro Fabrizio Callai, in un esclusivo concerto d’organo nell’ambito del calendario di eventi dell’Associazione Culturale “Voci di Due Paesi”. L’artista eseguirà brani di compositori Italiani del XVIII […]

22 Feb 19

“We don’t even know how strong we are until we are forced to bring that hidden strength forward. In times of tragedy, of war, of necessity, people do amazing things. The human capacity for survival and renewal is awesome.” -Isabel Allende   I had no illusions that pursuing a doctoral degree would be an easy […]

22 Feb 19
Sacha Kurucz

Thursday, 10.50am en route to The Dubai Mall Every time you need something to work, it doesn’t. It’s as though life knows the situation is a matter of life or death, and instead of working with you, it would rather you just suffer. And no matter what you do to work around it, it firmly […]

22 Feb 19
A Seat on the Aisle

by Ken Klingenmeier In the three years that I have been attending Dance Kaleidoscope’s performances, I have continually been beguiled by the awesome talent which comes together in their various productions. The grace, the innovative choreography, the steadfast presentations of classic pieces such as Martha Graham’s Appalachian Spring – all have shown what a fantastic company DK is. Last night, […]

22 Feb 19
School of Music

UNO students and faculty performed Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 5, BWV 1050 with Apollo’s Fire Chamber Ensemble as part of the UNO International Concert Series. The residency was a huge success and included rehearsals, a concert and a master class. The performers included: Kathie Stewart, flute Susanna Perry Gilmore, violin René Schiffer, cello Jeannette Sorrell, harpsichord UNO […]

22 Feb 19
Scilicet

Yesterday I watched a TED talk on the power of storytelling from a scientific standpoint. As I watched, the evening’s upcoming concert was not far from mind. Music, to me, is a different form of storytelling, and I suspected that many of the same factors mentioned in this video are in play.   A little research […]

22 Feb 19
Russia News Now

One of the most telling aspects of the Trump presidency is its lack of music.  The inept clutch of Melania and Donald at their 2017 inaugural ball shuffling about to Frank Sinatra’s “I Did It My Way“ said everything about the Commander-in-Chief’s utter lack of taste and ideas.  Last November’s Presidential Medal conferred on Elvis […]

22 Feb 19
John Smelley

White Paper Games has released a brand new trailer for its upcoming first-person fixed-time investigative thriller, The Occupation, showcasing 10 minutes of gameplay footage. The Occupation is a clock-watching narrative thriller with multiple outcomes with politically driven themes highlighting the shades of grey people believe to be hard facts. The game features events that happen […]

22 Feb 19
In The Pocket

Mike Flanigin Trio with Jimmie Vaughan Friday, February 22nd C-Boys Heart & Soul, 10:30 PM, $15 There is obviously no shortage of talent being booked at C-Boys Heart & Soul, as you’ll be able to attest to if you’ve ever been to the joint. But this Friday night there is something particularly fantastic going down. […]