Hershey Felder’s latest musical film examines little-known librettist’s relationship with Mozart

Most opera and classical music lovers know the history of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and his operas. But few people know about the colorful life of Lorenzo Da Ponte, who was the librettist of three of the composer’s best-known operas, “Les Noces de Figaro”, “Don Giovanni” and Cosi fan tutte. Da …

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The band “WhoGrass” playing Fairfield explains the style of music; will perform on January 8

Jim Rea: It’s been 13 years now and we have the same five guys – My cousin, Gary Rea (upright, acoustic bass); Mark Cassidy (banjo); Chad Graves (dobro / steel guitar); Nolan Lawrence (mandolin) and myself (guitar.) All band members sing along. We’ve also taken a big leap of faith …

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What will Chattanooga’s live music landscape look like this year? Our music reporter makes his predictions.

January is usually a time when people of my ilk – miserable ink stains – tend to take stock of where they have been and where they are going. I spent almost two years trying to make sense of the music and entertainment industry for my daily work at the …

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OMG the musical: highlighting inequalities, under-representation of women in leadership

Yinka Olatunbosun The title, “OMG the Musical” would spark the image of a light romantic comedy or coming of age story at best. The show, which was supported by the MTN Foundation, was staged at Shell Hall, MUSON Center which carried a bright new look with enlarged photos of the …

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The Tupelo Community Theater sets the stage for “Deathtrap”, “Sherk the Musical” – The Oxford Eagle

The Tupelo Community Theater is delighted to announce its production of the mysterious murder “Deathtrap” on January 27 at 7:30 pm and January 29 at 2:00 pm at the Lyric Theater located at 201 N Broadway in downtown Tupelo. Comfortably settled in his charming Connecticut home, Sidney Bruhl, a successful …

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Celebrate the New Year in Las Vegas with vibrant nightlife, concerts and fireworks

Ring in 2022 by participating in all the New Years Eve festivities in Las Vegas. The December 31st holiday calendar is packed! Here is just a small sample: • Nightclubs up and down the Strip welcome big stars December 31: OT Genasis in Tao at the Venetian; Black coffee at …

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Why Dan Williamson attends concerts by the greats of aging music

One of my first rock and roll concerts was Billy Idol in 1987. He performed at the Ohio Center, which has since been housed in the Greater Columbus Convention Center. I snuck out of school to buy tickets for a handful of friends and my younger sister on the day …

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“Joy to the World” by Damien Sneed sparkles in the Zellerbach room

Christmas has become so deeply connected with his music that any version of well-worn classics can be controversial. However, it’s the best variations in tone, key, and rhythm that make old songs great. Jazz musician Damien Sneed enshrined his name in the canon of Christmas carols on his December 3 …

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Tennessee vs Purdue Prediction, Pick, Music City Bowl Odds, Broadcast, Live Stream, Watch Online, TV Channel

Two successful offensive programs meet in Nashville as Tennessee and Purdue vie for the Music City Bowl trophy. The Vols turned quickly under first-year head coach Josh Heupel, reaching 7-5 thanks to a well-placed victory over the then number one. Kentucky 18. Purdue took on the role of a giant …

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From a Burger King to a concert hall, with the help of Frank Gehry

INGLEWOOD, Calif .– Noemi Guzman, a 17-year-old high school student, usually has to find a place to practice the violin – the instrument she calls “literally, the love of my life.” But the other Saturday morning, Guzman joined a string ensemble performing on a stage here that’s almost as grand …

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