Greenwich Library Kicks off New Year with Peterson Concert

Greenwich Library Kicks off New Year with Peterson Concert
Greenwich Library’s Peterson Concert Series will host highly acclaimed saxophonist Donny McCaslin and keyboard player Jason Linder on Sunday, Jan. 7 at 3:30 p.m. in the Cole Auditorium. Donny McCaslin and Jason Lindner comprise half of the Donny McCaslin …
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Highlights In Jazz – 45th Anniversary Gala in New York City
The Highlights In Jazz 45th Anniversary Gala launches the 46th season, Thursday, February 22, 2018, at 8 P.M., featuring the Bucky Pizzarelli Trio with guitarist Russell Malone, and bassist Martin Pizzarelli. Acclaimed singer Allan Harris just added to the …
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The shape of jazz to come: who to look out for in 2018
The young Guadeloupian drummer Arnauld Dolmen is a very exciting prospect. He’s just made an impressive debut album, Tonbe Leve, that showcases his skills as a composer, as well as improviser, who brings a fresh contemporary jazz sensibility to the …
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DJ Champion bounces back from cancer scare, headlines Quebec symphony “rave” concert

DJ Champion bounces back from cancer scare, headlines Quebec symphony “rave” concert
Music lovers know Maxime Morin by his stage names, Champion and DJ Champion. But contrary to what those monikers suggest, Morin – whose live band tours as “Champion et ses G Strings” – really is quite a down-to-earth guy. “The media is always …
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Cereal Killer cafe is hosting a morning rave fuelled by niche milk and Pop Tarts
Imagine if you could have a word with your 80s self about what life would look like in 2015. Back then, Mr Motivator was the go-to guy for a wake-up workout and the only milk on offer was from a cow. Yeah, screw you, 80s. Now we live in a brave new world …
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Lone’s “DJ-Kicks” Mix is a Showcase For His Wide-Ranging Tastes
Back in February, Lone—the Nottingham-native producer born Matt Cutler best known for his fluorescent-hued house and neo-rave tunes on albums like Galaxy Garden (2012) and Levitate (2016)—put together a 50-minute set for the Feel My Bicep podcast.
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K-pop concert organiser apologises to fans

K-pop concert organiser apologises to fans
The K-pop super concert organising company in Korea, Dynasty company Ltd has apologised to K-pop fans in Bhutan for the complications during the preparation of the event last week. Five Korean pop artists, PSY, Chi-yeul Hwang, Lovelyz, Gfriend, and Boys …
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The 10 Popular K-Pop Boy Groups and Their Best Songs
K-pop conquers the entertainment world. The music of K-pop reaches millions and billions of people around the globe and they totally love it. Whatever kind of music you like, there’s always something for you in K-pop. May it be dance, ballad, pop, rock or …
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K-pop group with no Korean members
SEOUL • In August last year, four New Yorkers hailing from different backgrounds boarded a South Korea-bound plane with one question that brought them together: Who says only Koreans can become part of a K-pop group? With the tagline “Born in New York …
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Gyani Indo Jazz Fusion Concert Ticket Giveaway

musicGyani Indo Jazz Fusion Concert Ticket Giveaway
The Gyani Indo-Jazz Fusion group performs, a blend of ancient hindustani raga with American jazz. They’ll be playing Capistrano Hall on the Sacramento State campus October 9 at 8:00 p.m. The performers include: renowned vocalist, harmonium player and …
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A Crash Course in Jazz Appreciation
It’s the music that many men say they like, but don’t actually know anything about. Which is a shame for a whole host of reasons. For starters, jazz has had a major influence on most popular music genres in the 20 th century — rock, hip-hop, Latin …
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FSU’s Jazz Orchestra Fall Concert a Jazz Fusion “From Herbie to Snarky”
Frostburg State University’s Department of Music will present the Jazz Orchestra in its fall concert, “From Herbie to Snarky,” on Friday, Dec. 2, at 7:30 p.m. in the Pealer Recital Hall of FSU’s Performing Arts Center. In the 1960s, trumpeter and …
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Trio of Virtuoso Guitarists to Perform Free Maui Concert

Trio of Virtuoso Guitarists to Perform Free Maui Concert
Three visiting virtuoso guitarists will perform a free noon concert at the University of Hawaii Maui College on Friday, July 25, 2014. University administrators say the concert is planned to help shed a light on opportunities to study music at UHMC …
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Expo Notes: Fishman’s TriplePlay makes guitarists a triple threat
You can turn your favorite axe into a wireless midi controller with Fishman Tranducer’s TriplePlay Wireless Guitar controller. The company gave me a look at the $ 395 package at Macworld/iWorld this week. The TriplePlay controller comes with a hexaphonic …
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Guitarists promise talent and versatility in Civic Music Association concert
OTTUMWA Frank and Vinny are guitarists. Very good guitarists. That’s why Ottumwa Civic Music Association is bringing them to St. John Auditorium Monday at 7:30 p.m. Ottumwa Civic Music is in its 87th year of bringing class acts to Ottumwa audiences …
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Movin’ and groovin’ punctuate concert series opener

musicMovin’ and groovin’ punctuate concert series opener
Hutchinson Christian rock band Soapbox Troubadors performs during Concerts for the Cause on Saturday, April 23, at the Flag Theatre. Donations raised during the evening were given to St. Rose of Lima in support of local families. Concerts for the Cause.
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The week’s best concerts: April 20-26
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InterHarmony and University of Houston Collaborate for 2 Concerts Starring
The InterHarmony® International Music Festival is happy to announce its first collaboration with the University of Houston for two concerts, and will finally be able to bring highlights of its European and Carnegie programs to Texas turf. First, join …
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Latest Concert Pianists News

musicClassical Music Listings for Nov. 27-Dec. 3
Noah Bendix-Balgley (Friday) The new first concertmaster of the Berlin Philharmonic, previously the principal violin of the Pittsburgh Symphony, makes an appearance at Brooklyn’s floating concert hall. With the pianist Orion Weiss, he plays Janacek …
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How Does a Pianist Remember the 30000 Notes of the ‘Rach 3’?
Soloists are capable of remembering a tremendous amount of information based on several, mostly inexplicable and un-researched, mnemonic applications. Concert pianists, for example, can perform a 45 minute piece with 30,000 individual notes, that have …
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Kumho classical stars dominate competitions
Violinist Kim Dong-hyun, 16, shared first prize for the competition’s violin category with Russia’s Maria Andreeva, while pianist Ye Su-ah, 15, took home the top prize for piano. … 7 which will followed by his “All Schubert” concert performance on …
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Latest Concert Pianists News

musicBloomfield Concert Series to feature piano trio
The First Baptist Church in Bloomfield will host the second concert of the Bloomfield Concert Series for the fall season on Friday at 7 p.m. featuring a piano trio including the talents of pianist Sean Cavanaugh, violinist Nathaniel Shapiro, and …
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‘Oscar, With Love’ captures the essence of jazz giant Oscar Peterson
… widow of pianist Oscar Peterson, at Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, where there will be a tribute concert Dec. 11. The concert will feature several pianists on the new tribute recording, “Oscar, With Love,” which was produced by Kelly Peterson.
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International pianist set to perform recital
The programme also includes Islamey, by Balakirev, one of the most difficult works ever written for piano, with a ‘fearsome’ reputation among pianists. Rudnystky has been soloist with many orchestras around the world and gave the première performances …
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Concert review: Pianist Rafal Blechacz’s imaginative approach brings

musicConcert review: Pianist Rafal Blechacz’s imaginative approach brings
The Polish pianist Rafal Blechacz, though only 30, has been on the music world’s radar for a decade, ever since he won the Chopin International Piano Competition, in Warsaw, in 2005. That victory led to a recording contract with Deutsche Grammophon, …
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Orchestra program of ‘romantic symphony music’ to feature Czech pianist
He is the son of two concert pianists, who also taught at the local university, and they discovered his interest in music at age 2. “I was too young to remember when I started, but from an early age I remember always enjoying the piano. I didn’t really …
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Arts Council for Wyoming County taps pianist for concert
As both a sacred and classical pianist, Newbrough performs his own hymn arrangements in churches, colleges, and charity benefit concerts. He acknowledges that his performance ability is entirely a gift from the Lord. He has played at numerous churches …
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In concert at Creative Alliance this weekend: three jazz pianists who push

musicIn concert at Creative Alliance this weekend: three jazz pianists who push
The angular, off-pace piano line that opens ‘The Conduct of Jazz,’ the title track of New York-based pianist Matthew Shipp’s new album, out Oct. 23 from Thirsty Ear, initially feels like an updated Monkian blues vamp, with bassist Michael Bisio and …
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VIDEO: Concert pianist to play concerto for Canterbury Festival despite only
Later this month, the people of Canterbury will have the chance to see a unique musician at work. While most concert pianists will play Brahms or Beethoven or Bach, Nicholas McCarthy manages to do it all… with one hand. Mr McCarthy, who was born …
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Talented family of pianists perform special Harvest concert
Alderley Edge Methodist Church hosted a special concert on Sunday, 4th October, as part of their Harvest Festival celebrations. Leading concert pianist Murray McLachlan along with his wife Kathryn Page and three of his children, all of whom are …
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