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EF Solemn Mass for Pentecost in Jersey City, with Music of Mozart

Solemn High Mass of Pentecost to Mark Silver Ordination Anniversary of the Rev. John Perricone Pentecost is always kept with special fervor by the Latin Mass community in Jersey City, New Jersey, since it was the feast on which the old rite was resurrected in 2003. Show More Summary

Why we love music

Perfect match for the sciencebase site – songs and science – in John Powell’s latest book: “Why We Love Music: From Mozart to Metallica” out 5th May and available to order now. From the book’s blurb: “Why does music affect you so profoundly? It impacts the way you think, talk, feel, behave and even spend […]

Mozart Mass in the EF for the Ascension in Grand Rapids, Michigan

The parish of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, in Grand Rapids, Michigan, located at 156 Valley Avenue, will celebrate a Solemn High Mass in the Extraordinary Form for on Ascension Thursday, May 5, 2016, at 7:00 pm. The celebrant will be Father...Show More Summary

Mozart in the Jungle's Blair Tindall and The Doctors' Dr. Travis Stork on Life's Funny Twists

What do Dr. Travis Stork, author and co-host of The Doctors, and Blair Tindall, author of the book Mozart in the Jungle which inspired the Amazon TV show of the same name, have in common? More than you might think! I like to bring together...Show More Summary

A Mozart Mass in Tribute to Mother Angelica

Join the Twin Cities Catholic Chorale for a tribute to Mother Angelica, a performance of Mozart’s Spatzenmesse during a Latin High Mass, at St. Agnes Parish in St. Paul, Minnsota, Sunday, May 8, starting at 10 a.m.

'Mozart in the Jungle's' Gael Garcia Bernal on conducting the L.A. Phil: 'It was nerve-wracking'

Watch exclusive video chats with TV stars from your favorite shows April 26 2016, 4:04 PM There can be no doubt that television today offers more high-quality programming than ever before, and now it's not always even on your television. But wherever you watch it, there are so many stand-out performances...

For Gael Garcia Bernal, conducting the L.A. Phil was a treat ... after a panicky 'What am I doing?'

Production on the third season of Amazon’s “Mozart in the Jungle” starts this summer and lead actor Gael Garcia Bernal steps back into his role as superstar conductor Rodrigo de Souza being able to boast two things: that he is a Golden Globe winner and that he has conducted the L.A. Philharmonic...

Cold Turkey

last weekArts : Parterre Box

The no-star, slapstick revival of John Dexter’s 37-year-old production of Mozart’s Die Entführung aus dem Serail that opened Friday night proved James Levine’s tenure as Music Director of the Met will end in two weeks with neither a whimper nor a bang.

Man Drives 870 Miles to Buy His Wife Kentucky Fried Chicken

last weekHumor / odd : Neatorama

(Photo: Mike Mozart) Fifteen years ago, when Mike and Angela Hovak Johnson of Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada got married, they ate food from Kentucky Fried Chicken. Since that time, they've always celebrated their anniversary by eating at KFC. Show More Summary

Can A Canadian Lawyer Save The Reputation Of Salieri?

“The rest of us who saw 1984’s Amadeus were prepared to accept at face value playwright Peter Shaffer and director Milos Forman’s portrait of Salieri as a mediocrity who despised Mozart’s God-given talent, and who thus wreaked revenge on the innocent genius. Not Kyer.”

Great Job, Internet!: Prepare for the new season with these Game Of Thrones Spotify playlists

At the end of a long, difficult day, Tyrion Lannister just likes to kick back with some Mozart and Handel, maybe a little Mumford & Sons. He’s also way into Art Tatum and Miles Davis, despite jazz not existing in his time and place. Okay, this is getting ridiculous. Show More Summary

Benjamin Grosvenor - directing from the piano for the first time

Benjamin Grosvenor The pianist Benjamin Grosvenor will make his debut directing a work from the piano on Saturday 23 April 2016 when he performs Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 27 with the Britten Sinfonia at Wiltshire Music Centre, Bradford-upon-Avon. Show More Summary

Amazon opens Prime Video to monthly memberships in a challenge to Netflix

For several years, Amazon has been burnishing its Hollywood credentials with such acclaimed shows as "Transparent" and "Mozart in the Jungle" in an effort to unseat Netflix as the king of television streaming. Now the e-commerce giant is taking another bold step to challenge Netflix. The Seattle...

Maestro move: Mozart in the Jungle guy gets a steady job

The Jackson Symphony Orchestra in Florida has named a successor to its long-serving music director, Stephen Osmnod, who’s stepping down after almost four decades in the job. The new guy is Matthew Aubin, a consultant to Amazon’s proto-Dudamel TV series.

Part finishes new orchestral piece for LA

The LA Phil are putting on a Mozart and Part Festival at the end of May, ten concerts conducted by Gustavo Dudamel. Just to make sure they’ve got enough to play, the Estonian composer has written a piece called Greater Antiphons, to be premiered on May 28. More here.  

The Goose of Cairo - Mozart completed by Stephen Oliver

Mozart started writing The Goose of Cairo (L'oca del Cairo) in 1783 (the year after Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail) but did not complete it and the torso was completed by the composer Stephen Oliver (1950-1992) in 1990. Oliver's version was premiered at the Batignano Opera Festival in 1991 with David Parry conducting. Show More Summary

‘Man In The High Castle’s Journey; Tuning Up ‘Mozart In The Jungle’ – Amazon At The Contenders

At today’s Deadline’s The Contenders Emmys panel, The Man In The High Castle executive producers David Zucker and Isa Dick Hackett described the nine-year journey of their project, adapted from the 1962 novel by Isa’s father Philip K. Show More Summary

If You’re a Classical Music Nerd, Here’s an April Fools’ Joke You’ll Actually Appreciate

If you’re charmed by the delightfully specific music-world humor of Mozart in the Jungle, Miller Theatre—a wonderful performance venue in New York focused on contemporary composers, early music, and jazz—has an April Fools’ gag that’s just for you. Show More Summary

Jim Harrison, Mozart of the Prairie

This essay is adapted from “The Accidental Life: An Editor’s Notes on Writing and Writers,” a memoir by Terry McDonell that will be published by Knopf in August.

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