With Academy Program, Symphony Hopes to Address Diversity

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With Academy Program, Symphony Hopes to Address Diversity

U.S. News & World ReportApr 14, 2018
That’s because when the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra decided to create its own academy program for young musicians, it saw a chance to not only promote diversity, but to build it into the program itself. The idea, Executive Director Patrick Nugent said, is to model the economic and cultural diversity …

Notes of Flavor: Taste of the Symphony strikes up a feast Thursday …

SCNowApr 15, 2018
You may read a few more articles before you reach a limit of 10 every 30 days. Click here to learn … FLORENCE, S.C. – During the Florence Symphony Guild’s annual Taste of the Symphony event, guests will sample dishes from 22 area chefs, listen to jazz music and mingle with friends. “It’s a lot of fun,” …
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Study Finds Symphony Pumps $261M Into Massachusetts’ Economy

U.S. News & World ReportApr 7, 2018
A new study says the Boston Symphony Orchestra is making an increasingly noteworthy impact on the state economy. … Williams College economist Stephen Sheppard says performances at Symphony Hall in Boston, Tanglewood in the Berkshires and the Boston Pops’ annual Independence Day concert …
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Money Saves Elgin Symphony Orchestra’s Season-End Concerts

U.S. News & World ReportApr 9, 2018
End-of-season concerts by a suburban Chicago symphony that had been in jeopardy will go ahead after more than $140,000 in donations poured in over … The (Arlington Heights) Daily Herald cites officials with the Elgin Symphony Orchestra as announcing they reached and even slightly surpassed their …
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Plainfield Symphony to Closes its 98th season with Mahler’s 9th …

TAPinto.netApr 7, 2018
Mahler died in May 1911, without ever hearing his Ninth Symphony performed. The work’s ending is often interpreted as his conscious farewell to the world, as it was composed following the death of his beloved daughter Maria Anna in 1907 and the diagnosis of his fatal heart disease. However, he went on …
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What’s it really like on the world’s largest cruise ship?

Telegraph.co.ukApr 10, 2018
Symphony is the 25th Royal Caribbean ship, and the first to have an ‘Ultimate Family Suite’, which is already booked for £65,000 this Christmas. … First-time cruiser Heidi Scrimgeour joined Symphony of the Seas for her inaugural sailing – a two-night ‘shakedown’ cruise from Barcelona, which ended on …
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How MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries Makes Things Go Boom

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For more giant mechs, be sure to check out our preview of MechWarrior Online’s massive Solaris update. Tom Marks is IGN’s PC Editor and pie maker. You can follow him on Twitter. IN THIS ARTICLE. MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries Releases Q4 2018 · PC. From Around The Web. The Most Offensive Video …
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Kentucky Symphony Gets Quirky with Open Mic, Hosts Bourbon …

The River City NewsApr 11, 2018
Principal musicians of the Kentucky Symphony take their turn in the spotlight for Open Mic Night at 7:30 p.m. April 14 at Northern Kentucky University’s Greaves Concert Hall. First chair players will perform short concerti and showpieces, “while the KSO has fun with quirky bookend orchestral works,” says …
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Grand Rapids Symphony tuning up for Carnegie Hall

grbj.comApr 11, 2018
Freire will also be the soloist for “Momoprecoce” by composer Heitor Villa-Lobos, a “boisterous” piece inspired by children at play during Brazil’s famous Carnival. The program will conclude with the 140-voice Grand Rapids Symphony Chorus. They will join the orchestra to perform Villa-Lobos’ Chôros “No.
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Scientists Want to Replace Pesticides With Bacteria

BloombergApr 16, 2018
“It’s like a symphony,” founder von Maltzahn says of a plant’s reaction to water stress, “and GMOs are like slamming down on one note on one instrument.” Drought conditions are likely to become a greater threat to agriculture because of global warming. Indigo is also investing heavily in research and …

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