Italian Pianist

20 Jun 19
ChristopherAxworthy-MusicCommentary

Such a busy week in the sweltering heat of Rome that only now can I listen to the recital streamed live from Perivale. I had asked Umberto and Hugh Mather if they could leave it on line for a few days to give me a chance to catch up. Whilst Umberto was playing in London […]

20 Jun 19
Italian Jazz

This week I attend Gregory’s Jazz Club where Leonardo Borghi was performing, and Gregory’s jazz club is a small but very intimate club where the musicians are near centimeters from where you are sitting. This club has been open since 1996 and has been welcoming a plethora of jazz artists ever since. It is dedicated […]

20 Jun 19
Italian Jazz

This week I went to the Alexanderplatz Jazz club, another one of Rome’s most famous jazz clubs, and I had a totally different experience than Gregory’s Jazz club. First off, Alexanderplatz has been around for much longer than Gregory’s and has hosted more well know artists such as Wynton Marsalis, Freddy Cole, and a few […]

20 Jun 19
Stephen Poppitt's Blog-o-Sphere

DAD’S ARMY THE TELEVISION SERIES Television Series 31st July 1968 – 13th November 1977 9 Series / 80 Episodes ARTHUR LOWE as Captain Mainwaring JOHN LE MESURIER as Sergeant Wilson CLIVE DUNN as Lance Corporal Jones JOHN LAURIE as Private Frazer JAMES BECK as Private Walker ARNOLD RIDLEY as Private Godfrey IAN LAVENDER as Private […]

19 Jun 19
But Why Tho?

Introducing Mafiosa on Kickstarter, a comic that reimagines the mafia’s rise to prominence and through the story of one woman’s refusal to accept gender norms.

19 Jun 19
Ignorelands

PROVIDED BY NAKED PRESS AKSAK PROJECT For fans of world fusion, ethno-jazz and a mêlée of musical cultures   Aksak Project was born in Cremona, a North Italian city rich in history, arts and culture, famous worldwide for its violin makers; the home of Antonio Stradivari and Niccolò Amati. Beginning as a ‘music lab’ in […]

19 Jun 19
News Directory

Celtic jewelery is the association of maze lines such as clear lines, their recurring patterns and mythical creatures swallowing their tails, which receive a sonic mirror in traditional cultural music. Brigit Campbell, who comes from the Isle of Skye, plays the small Scottish pipes, which have the lighter, woody sound for which he is fit […]

19 Jun 19
The Cinemaholic

First things first, I frankly love the first one too much to let anybody call the proposed sequel to the film ‘Call Me By Your Name 2’. The sad thing is that even the makers haven’t settled on a name for the project, and Luca Guadagnino, the director of ‘Call Me By Your Name’ who’s […]

18 Jun 19
It's raining cats and blogs...

Book review of Beneath A Scarlet Sky by Mark Sullivan

17 Jun 19
MaryO'Studio

    Be sure your student reads and listens to Today’s Daily Listening Assignment     • 1672 ~ Orazio Benevoli, Italian Composer, died at the age of 67 • 1725 ~ Joseph Anton Bauer, Composer • 1750 ~ Michel Woldemar, Composer • 1818 ~ Charles Gounod, French composer, conductor and organist Read quotes by and […]

17 Jun 19
News Directory

YEREVAN, JUNE 17, ARMENPRESS. The British Times Financial Times met the President of Armen Sarkissian Armenia in Yerevan and spoke to him in the framework of his Lunch with the Financial Times, said the Office of the President of Armenia with Armenpress. Within the frames of Lunch with the FT, newspaper reporters usually have lunch […]

17 Jun 19
AnKaRis

“Franz Liszt. Sonnet 104 of Petrarch” Sketchbook A5 148*210/ Marker pigma micron 02,005 (Japan) My sketh from Franz Liszt’s piano piece  “Petrarch’s sonnet 104 in E major to the pianist  Alexey Botvinov. “The literature had great influence on Liszt’s work, which is inspired by works of significant writers such as Publio Virgilio (70-19 b.C.), Francesco Petrarch […]

17 Jun 19
The Boglington Post (Incorporating The Pumpkin)

Khyber Puss Former minister and adviser to Pakistan’s prime minister, Mr Shaukat Yousafzai was giving a briefing to reporters in Peshawar when a member of his social media team inadvertently switched on the cat filter. The event was streamed live on Facebook. “It was several minutes before organisers realised that the minister had acquired pointy […]