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April 17th, 2011 Ninoverolla music No comments
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North Penn musicians shine at All-Eastern (video)
Tyler Lawson and Minzo Kim plan to make music their lives.
Read more on The Reporter

Editorial: With settlement, bruised DSO resumes the production of joy
Conventional wisdom holds that the damage an enterprise sustains in a protracted strike makes any victory claimed by either side a pyrrhic one. But everyone who cares about metro Detroit should be relieved at news that the bruised but inestimable treasure known as the Detroit Symphony Orchestra has survived another day to play music — and fight for its share of this community’s cultural …
Read more on Black Mountain News

A CD-Only Music Store That Plays to Its Own Beat
Chris Miller’s CD-only music store in Oak Park carries about 40,000 discs and, according to Mr. Miller, “strictly has whatever unusual things people who live around here might want.”
Read more on New York Times

‘Back to Back Bach’ goes to college
“Back to Back Bach” is a guided listening presentation designed to share the music of Johann Sebastian Bach, especially his organ music.
Read more on The Dalton Daily Citizen

Royal seal of approval for lunch
RYE mother and stylist Meesha Tindale will be raising money for a cause close to her heart while celebrating a special moment in her home country’s history later this month.
Read more on Leader Community Newspapers

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Lastest Classical Music News




North Penn musicians shine at All-Eastern (video)
Tyler Lawson and Minzo Kim plan to make music their lives.
Read more on The Reporter

Editorial: With settlement, bruised DSO resumes the production of joy
Conventional wisdom holds that the damage an enterprise sustains in a protracted strike makes any victory claimed by either side a pyrrhic one. But everyone who cares about metro Detroit should be relieved at news that the bruised but inestimable treasure known as the Detroit Symphony Orchestra has survived another day to play music — and fight for its share of this community’s cultural …
Read more on Black Mountain News

A CD-Only Music Store That Plays to Its Own Beat
Chris Miller’s CD-only music store in Oak Park carries about 40,000 discs and, according to Mr. Miller, “strictly has whatever unusual things people who live around here might want.”
Read more on New York Times

‘Back to Back Bach’ goes to college
“Back to Back Bach” is a guided listening presentation designed to share the music of Johann Sebastian Bach, especially his organ music.
Read more on The Dalton Daily Citizen

Hugh Martin: US composer and lyricist who wrote the score for ‘Meet Me in St Louis’

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Hugh Martin: US composer and lyricist who wrote the score for ‘Meet Me in St Louis’




WFIU Fundraiser for Classical Music Endowment – Thomas Baldner
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Thomas Baldner poses for a photo as WFIU Major Gifts and Grants Officer Nancy Krueger and WFIU Community Advisory Board member Janis Starcs look at a some music manuscripts on the wall.

Hugh Martin: US composer and lyricist who wrote the score for ‘Meet Me in St Louis’
The songwriter, vocal coach and arranger Hugh Martin, with his collaborator Ralph Blane, wrote the score for Vincente Minnelli’s film musical masterpiece, Meet Me in St Louis (1944) for which they composed three durable hits for the film’s star, Judy Garland – the wistfully longing “The Boy Next Door”, the Oscar-nominated “The Trolley Song”, which was the biggest hit at the time of the film’s …
Read more on Independent

North Penn musicians shine at All-Eastern (video)
Tyler Lawson and Minzo Kim plan to make music their lives.
Read more on The Reporter

Editorial: With settlement, bruised DSO resumes the production of joy
Conventional wisdom holds that the damage an enterprise sustains in a protracted strike makes any victory claimed by either side a pyrrhic one. But everyone who cares about metro Detroit should be relieved at news that the bruised but inestimable treasure known as the Detroit Symphony Orchestra has survived another day to play music — and fight for its share of this community’s cultural …
Read more on Black Mountain News

A CD-Only Music Store That Plays to Its Own Beat
Chris Miller’s CD-only music store in Oak Park carries about 40,000 discs and, according to Mr. Miller, “strictly has whatever unusual things people who live around here might want.”
Read more on New York Times

‘Back to Back Bach’ goes to college
“Back to Back Bach” is a guided listening presentation designed to share the music of Johann Sebastian Bach, especially his organ music.
Read more on The Dalton Daily Citizen

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Musicians tee off for children
By Trevor Stokes, Staff Writer Golfers teed off Saturday to help raise funds for abused and neglected children at the 24th annual Randy Owen Celebrity Classic at Cypress Lakes Country Club in Muscle Shoals.
Read more on The Florence Times-Daily

Classic songwriters Tom Paxton and Janis Ian to share the stage at The Egg
Classic songwriters Tom Paxton and Janis Ian to share the stage at The Egg Ramblin’ Boy,” “The Last Thing On My Mind,” “Bottle of Wine,” “Did You Hear John Hurt?,” “The Marvelous Toy,” “Whose Garden Was This?,” “Goin’ to the Zoo … [...] folk songs they are, tunes that are passed around like currency at festivals, concerts and guitar pulls all across the country. Like the songs of Woody Guthrie …
Read more on Albany Times Union

Community calendar: Biltmores 26th Festival of Flowers
Biltmore’s 26th Festival of Flowers runs daily through May 15, open 8:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. at the Biltmore House in Asheville, N.C. Activities include live music daily in the Conservatory and Winter Garden; an “Ask a Gardener” station and more. 877-BILTMORE (245-8667).
Read more on Spartanburg Herald-Journal

Culmination of Talent and Insight Reaches Audience
“It’s a wonderful culmination of the talents between the music and the dancing, and it also has that underlining message of freedom.”
Read more on The Epoch Times

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Pennington School students Alex Kline and Jin Woo Song nab the spotlight in sports, music

April 16th, 2011 Ninoverolla music No comments
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Pennington School students Alex Kline and Jin Woo Song nab the spotlight in sports, music




Pennington School students Alex Kline and Jin Woo Song nab the spotlight in sports, music
Pennington School juniors Alex Kline and Jin Woo Song have been making headlines for their achievements on the court sidelines and the stage.
Read more on Pennington Post

My Washington: My Washington: Michelle Jacoby
Faves and raves by Michelle Jacoby Owner of D.C. Matchmaking & Coaching (and engaged mother of four) for the past two years. PERSONAL STATS AGE: 45 NUMBER OF YEARS IN D.C. AREA: 44 NEIGHBORHOOD: Bethesda (Edgemoor) – Lisa Gartner 1. FAVORITE NEIGHBORHOOD HANGOUT I love the Nest Cafe in Bethesda (4921 Bethesda Ave.). Great live music on Friday and Saturday nights, affordable quality wine list …
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Article: ‘American Idol’ Covers ‘Music From The Movies’
It was “Music from the Movies” night on “American Idol” and the evening ended with the stiffest competition so far this season. There were two major standouts of the night – at least according to the judges’ comments and the standing ovations in the “American Idol” studio audience – and one big disappointment.
Read more on Access Hollywood

Wills-and-Kate movie: So bad it’ll be cult classic
Critics say a new made-for-TV, Wills-and-Kate movie is so bad it may end up being a cult classic.
Read more on Channel 8 San Diego

A look back at Combat Rock by The Clash
It’s a hard thing to swallow. Combat Rock is both a classic and the death knell for one of the most important bands…well…ever – The Clash. read more
Read more on TG Daily

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April 16th, 2011 Ninoverolla music No comments
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WFIU Fundraiser for Classical Music Endowment – Thomas Baldner
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Image by Indiana Public Media
Thomas Baldner poses for a photo as WFIU Major Gifts and Grants Officer Nancy Krueger and WFIU Community Advisory Board member Janis Starcs look at a some music manuscripts on the wall.

Wuthering Heights and Bernard Herrmann’s film music legacy
Bernard Herrmann was an Academy Award-winning American composer whose unforgettable collaborations include Psycho with Alfred Hitchcock, Citizen Kane with Orson Welles and Taxi Driver with Martin Scorsese. Minnesota Opera’s new production of his only opera celebrates the centennial of the composer’s birth and is the first major revival of this forgotten masterpiece since it was written in …
Read more on Minnesota Public Radio

Karlheinz Stockhausen’s opera ‘Sonntag aus Licht’ performed in Cologne
COLOGNE, Germany — Will Karlheinz Stockhausen’s reputation ever be rehabilitated? The question hangs over this city this month, with the world premiere of “Sonntag aus Licht,” the last, longest entry in the composer’s 29-hour, seven-opera cycle, “Licht” (“Light: The Seven Days of the Week”). And though the German composer — a leading figure in contemporary music for the second half of the 20th …
Read more on Washington Post

Sweet music
The Williston Concert Association presented Simon and Son, a father and son piano duet, in the Williston High School auditorium Thursday evening. This concert was the second-to-last event of the season. The next concert is on April 16 and is described as club and swing music.
Read more on Williston Herald

Final Greenville Symphony chamber concert full of charm
The Greenville Symphony is ending this year’s chamber music series with a sunny smile, entirely in keeping with the recent spring days we’ve been enjoying. No grief or world-weary angst on this weekend’s program.
Read more on The Greenville News

Get Into Groove On Record Store Day

April 16th, 2011 Ninoverolla music No comments
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Get Into Groove On Record Store Day




Young Classic Music – München – Neuhauser Straße
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Young Classic Music – Munich – Neuhauser Straße

Get Into Groove On Record Store Day
For most music lovers over a certain age say, oh, 35 years or older a trip to the record store was one of the best possible ways to spend an afternoon.
Read more on WLWT-TV Cincinnati

Films riff on family, food and music
Kris Kristofferson stars in Bloodworth. The Bloodworth family does not put the “fun” in dysfunctional — the sons of musician E.F. Bloodworth (Kris Kristofferson) were deeply damaged when their father took off 40 years ago.
Read more on Black Mountain News

Music Box: Something for everyone this week
At NightCat in Easton tomorrow, enjoy an evening of gypsy folk and jazz with a Caravan of Thieves and The Ragbirds (8 p.m.). Plenty of humor and harmonies live within the fiddle, guitar and double-bass inventions compliments of Fuzz and Carrie. Hard rock band Seether raises the roof at a sold-out Rams Head Live! tomorrow night with support from Red Jumpsuit Apparatus (doors at 7 p.m., all-ages …
Read more on The Capital

Sweet music
The Williston Concert Association presented Simon and Son, a father and son piano duet, in the Williston High School auditorium Thursday evening. This concert was the second-to-last event of the season. The next concert is on April 16 and is described as club and swing music.
Read more on Williston Herald

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April 15th, 2011 Ninoverolla music No comments
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Young Classic Music – München – Neuhauser Straße
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Young Classic Music – Munich – Neuhauser Straße

Pickens Azalea Festival returns for 27th year to the upper Upstate
Live music, games, rides and arts and crafts at this year’s Pickens Azalea Festival.
Read more on Anderson Independent-Mail

The Week[end]: April 15-17, 2011
It’s a classic Madison weekend, one of the busiest of the year, with the grand opening of the new UW Union South and the conclusion of the UW Line Breaks festival; the Midwest Horse Fair, and the first Dane County Farmers’ Market of the season, Record Store Day, and Isthmus Green Day.
Read more on Isthmus

Films riff on family, food and music
Kris Kristofferson stars in Bloodworth. The Bloodworth family does not put the “fun” in dysfunctional — the sons of musician E.F. Bloodworth (Kris Kristofferson) were deeply damaged when their father took off 40 years ago.
Read more on Ashland City Times

Tiller’s Folly to play Errington
Celtic roots music on offer this weekend
Read more on Parksville Qualicum Beach News

Foghat will be standing by to rock Vineland’s Landis Theater
VINELAND — The classic rock band whose “Slow Ride” hit can be heard nearly anywhere from the radio to the iPhone is coming to Landis Theater this summer. Foghat is slated to take the Landis Avenue performing arts center’s stage Friday, July 8.
Read more on Daily Journal

Record Store Day has groovy options for those who treasure vinyl
First established in 2007, Record Store Day has become a high holy day for collectors of the classic music format 33-1/3 vinyl records.
Read more on Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

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April 15th, 2011 Ninoverolla music No comments
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Lastest Classic Music News




Young Classic Music – München – Neuhauser Straße
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Image by digital cat 
Young Classic Music – Munich – Neuhauser Straße

Films riff on family, food and music
Kris Kristofferson stars in Bloodworth. The Bloodworth family does not put the “fun” in dysfunctional — the sons of musician E.F. Bloodworth (Kris Kristofferson) were deeply damaged when their father took off 40 years ago.
Read more on Ashland City Times

Singled Out: Rival Sons’ Torture
Rival Sons are creating quite the buzz with their classic rock infused sound and sharing the stage with likes of AC/DC, Alice Cooper and Kid Rock. Today their frontman Jay Buchanan tells us about the song “Torture” from their self-titled EP
Read more on antiMUSIC

Rap fan Gwyneth Paltrow
Gwyneth Paltrow has confessed she is a massive fan of hip-hop music and still knows every word to 1988 rap track ‘F*** Tha Police’ by N.W.A.
Read more on NZCity

Best bets, April 15, 2011: Cabrillo Youth String Spring Concert

April 15th, 2011 Ninoverolla music No comments
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Best bets, April 15, 2011: Cabrillo Youth String Spring Concert




Best bets, April 15, 2011: Cabrillo Youth String Spring Concert
Cabrillo Youth Strings Spring Concert The Cabrillo Youth Strings and Suzuki Music Program will perform contemporary music, as well as latin, jazz and rock.
Read more on Santa Cruz Sentinel

Films riff on family, food and music
Kris Kristofferson stars in Bloodworth. The Bloodworth family does not put the “fun” in dysfunctional — the sons of musician E.F. Bloodworth (Kris Kristofferson) were deeply damaged when their father took off 40 years ago.
Read more on Ashland City Times

Singled Out: Rival Sons’ Torture
Rival Sons are creating quite the buzz with their classic rock infused sound and sharing the stage with likes of AC/DC, Alice Cooper and Kid Rock. Today their frontman Jay Buchanan tells us about the song “Torture” from their self-titled EP
Read more on antiMUSIC

Rap fan Gwyneth Paltrow
Gwyneth Paltrow has confessed she is a massive fan of hip-hop music and still knows every word to 1988 rap track ‘F*** Tha Police’ by N.W.A.
Read more on NZCity