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The week ahead in L.A. classical music, July 23-30: The 20th iPalpiti Festival and more

iPalpiti Orchestral Ensemble of International Laureates Works by Schubert and Mahler. Soka Performing Arts Center, 1 University Dr., Aliso Viejo. Sun., 2 p.m. $29-$39. (949) 480-4278. SummerFest 17 Piano Trio Céleste performs works by Beethoven, Mozart, et al., in this Music Guild presentation....

Vladimir Putin: These are my classical favourites

20 hours agoMusic / Classical : Slipped Disc

The Russian president has been talking to students about his classical tastes. ‘I always listened with pleasure and to so-called popular classical music – Bach, Beethoven, and Mozart, of course. Maybe, first of all, Mozart, for me. ‘Of our own – Rachmaninov.  And Schubert/Liszt ‘Ständchen’ – wonderful, I really love this melody: Schubert in Liszt’s adaptation.’ […]

That Decisive Moment: Chilling Fervor: This Week’s 8 Best Classical Music Moments on YouTube

yesterdayNews : NYTimes: News

Political messages from the pianist Igor Levit and the conductor Daniel Barenboim were among the highlights.

‘Descendants 2’: Bobby Moynihan Is Voice of Dude The Dog

You might recognize a familiar voice in Descendants 2, the sequel to Disney Channel's hit 2015 musical fantasy original movie about the teenage children of classic Disney villains which premieres tonight. Saturday Night Live alum Bobby...Show More Summary

Religion events from around the Washington area

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Monastery garden tour, sandwich making, labyrinth walk, classical music, concerts.

Watch Foreigner’s Classic Lineup Reunite For The First Time In 37 Years

Foreigner have accomplished what their classic-rockin' peers Journey could not: They got their definitive lineup on stage to perform music together for the first time in decades. You may recall that original lead singer Steve Perry joined Journey for their Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction but did not perform with them. Last night…

U.K. Now Casting: Tour in ‘Oedipus’ and ‘Antigone’ + 3 More Gigs

In today’s roundup, act in the classics this season and tour the U.K. in “Oedipus” and “Antigone” with Beyond the Horizon Theatre Company! There are also roles available in a crossover period drama, a collaborative musical, and a hyper-realistic...Show More Summary

Aphex Twin gave us a peek inside a 90s classic. Here’s what we learned.

Aphex Twin’s “Vordhosbn” just got a surprising video reveal, showing how the track was made. So let’s revisit trackers and 90s underground music culture. You’re probably familiar with the term “white label,” but do you know where it originated? Back in the early days of DJing, DJs were very territorial about their crate digging. Show More Summary

Stream The Tallest Man On Earth’s Collaborative EP With yMusic

Swedish folksinger Kristian Matsson of the Tallest Man On Earth has just released a new EP with yMusic, a New York City-based instrumentalist group whose music straddles the line between classical and pop. Matsson had previously performed with the group at the 2015 iteration of Eaux Claire Festival in Wisconsin. The EP is a collection…

Styx’s Tommy Shaw talks Atlanta tour stop, ‘The Mission’ and plans for the fall

BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene One of the more common sights of summer is the classic rock band of the ‘70s touching down in dozens of amphitheaters around the country and trotting out a reliable set...

Small Music Venues In The UK Are Disappearing - Is The Arts Council's Support Of Classical Music To Blame?

"Across the UK, music venues that have flourished for decades have begun to disappear. This week, the Music Venue Trust, the charity that supports the interests of Britain’s small music venues, questioned Arts Council England’s decision to reject its application for funding. The trust argues that while Arts Council England does much to support new music, with […]

Pandora, Sound Exchange, RIAA Join In Support Of Pre-1972 Royalty Bill

Pandora, SoundExchange and the RIAA are joining together to support the CLASSICS Act, a bill in the U.S. Congress that would benefit artists and music creators who recorded music before 1972 by establishing royalty payments whenever their music is played on digital radio services. ______________________________________ U.S. Representatives Darrell Issa (R-Cali.)...

Nonfiction: A New Biography Looks at Sarah Vaughan, the Singer Known as Sassy

In Elaine M. Hayes’s “Queen of Bebop: The Musical Lives of Sarah Vaughan,” a classic jazz singer turns husbands into managers and listeners into fans.

Concert review and photos: Joan Jett and Boston unleash timeless hits in Alpharetta

BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene Among the summer tour pairings of classic rock artists (Steve Miller and Peter Frampton, Styx and REO Speedwagon, Def Leppard and Poison), the union of Boston and Joan...

Joanna Newsom Streaming Era Continues With Have One On Me

Last week, the notoriously streaming-averse label Drag City started putting some of their classic albums on Apple Music, including Joanna Newsom's 2004 debut The Milk-Eyed Mender and her 2006 album Ys. The streaming era of Joanna continues today with her 2010 triple album Have One On Me, which has now landed on Apple Music. Noted…

‘Damn Yankees’ drives home classic score

Rose Center Theater offers a spirited if unremarkable rendition of the 1955 Broadway musical, a summertime perennial.

New Music To Delight Your Ears - Foliage

Foliage From: San Bernardino, California, United States Like The Lotus Eaters' classic The First Picture of You the sound of Silence, from 19 year old Manuel Joseph Walker, aka Foliage, evokes long, balmy summer nights. But where the...Show More Summary

'Art Needs To Have Social Relevance. It Needs To Have A Now', Insists New Director Of Cabrillo Festival

Conductor Cristian M?celaru says, "'Once an artist embraces that, then the connection to the audience is that much more relevant. To that extent I don't think the art form (of classical music) is dying at all.' Having said that, M?celaru feels that in the last 10 years there's been a growing disconnect between the message […]

Classical funding is blamed for the death of small venues

The Guardian is getting quite heated over the Arts Council’s withdrawal of funding from the Music Venue Trust, which keeps places going for small and esoteric gigs. Under the headline ‘Small music venues are dying – blame the obsession with classical music‘, today’s rant reads: The trust argues that while Arts Council England does much […]

Protest Song Of The Week: ‘Expect The Bayonet’ by Sheer Mag

Sheer Mag is a do-it-yourself (DIY) band that makes music that is a blend of punk and heavy metal music with the pastiche of 1970s classic rock. They describe their music as a “caustic war cry, seething in solidarity with all those that suffer the brunt of ignorance and injustice The post Protest Song Of The Week: ‘Expect The Bayonet’ by Sheer Mag appeared first on Shadowproof.

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