College of Music concert series returns, featuring composers

For more than a decade, the College of Music has hosted the West Circle Series, concerts featuring artists from the university. The first concert in the series, “Lift Every Voice,” is scheduled for Monday, October 25 at 7:30 pm at the Fairchild Theater. “(Lift Every Voice) features music from under-represented …

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Guide to New York theaters

There’s gonna be a new musical we’re gonna fall in love with next season. Yash Raj Films, India’s largest film studio, to produce new musical adaptation of the film Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge title Come Fall in Love – The DDLJ Musical. The musical will premiere at the Old Globe …

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The ultimate story of Rags to Riches

Classic story of orphan boy Oliver Twist comes to life at the Idaho Falls Civic Center for the Performing Arts on November 12, 13, 15 and 16. beautiful and timeless story to life. When it was announced that Oliver! was the next production for IFYAC, many questions and concerns emerged. …

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Melbourne lockdown ends, Victoria restrictions lifted, pubs, hairdressers and venues open to vaccinated customers

Peninsula Hot Springs customers have threatened to pull out of the business because of their adherence to the state government’s vaccination policy. Mornington Peninsula spa owner Charles Davidson said some former guests have expressed dismay at the spa’s strict adherence to the government’s policy on full vaccinations as they open …

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Musical memories in re-released H-Block LP

The first time Christy Moore performed “Ninety Miles from Dublin” in West Belfast – her song about the obscenity of the H-Blocks – was in the former Ballymurphy Tenants Association building on Whiterock Road in the summer of 1980. Tom Cahill had asked Christy to come to town and play …

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