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The theme from "The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time" performed on 24 partially-empty wine bottles
View this post on Instagram Existential crisis? What do you mean? Could someone having an existential crisis tune 24 wine bottles to play music from the Legend of Zelda? Oh, they could? Well crap. #zelda #percussion #ocarinaoftime #quar…
Murray Berrill Constructions in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia created this wonderful “easy access wine cellar” in the dead space under a stairway. With a few modifications to the design, it could be e… [+1637 chars]
Thom Dunn
2020-05-07 13:00:04




How to revive the arts with money well spent | Letters
Readers offer their views on where cash is needed to get the arts back on track after the coronavirus crisisCharlotte Higgins is right to stress real opportunities for the arts when the present crisis recedes (After the war, the arts came back stronger. They …
Charlotte Higgins is right to stress real opportunities for the arts when the present crisis recedes (After the war, the arts came back stronger. They can do so again now, 18 May). Large arts venues … [+2860 chars]
Letters
2020-05-22 16:20:09




Igor Levit Is Like No Other Pianist
Alex Ross on Igor Levit, who, during Germany’s shutdown, streamed more than fifty performances from home and is questioning what a concert can be.
The fixation on Levits extramusical activities tends to overlook the fact that music is always churning through his mind, even when he seems preoccupied with other matters. As I met with him during t… [+7459 chars]
Alex Ross
2020-05-11 10:00:00




Freddie Gibbs and Madlib Share 'The Diamond Mine Sessions' Live Performance Series
Freddie Gibbs and Madlib offered up one of the best albums of 2019 when they delivered their second collaborative project, Bandana. They then proceeded to release the instrumental version titled Bandana Beats and an entire cinematic universe. Now the duo have…
Freddie Gibbs and Madlib offered up one of the best albums of 2019 when they delivered their second collaborative project, Bandana. They then proceeded to release the instrumental version titled Band… [+2299 chars]
info@hypebeast.com (HYPEBEAST), HYPEBEAST
2020-05-07 20:04:28

Three questions with the general manager of Chamber Music Hawaii - Pacific Business News (Honolulu)
Three questions with the general manager of Chamber Music Hawaii  Pacific Business News (Honolulu)


2020-05-23 00:41:00




Managing Your Echo Chamber
Is it a good idea to suffer fools? Perhaps you think of it as tolerance, mercy, or compassion. But is it really? When you hold a low opinion of someone, is it better to keep them in your life and do your best to be tolerant and forgiving? Or should you simply…
Is it a good idea to suffer fools? Perhaps you think of it as tolerance, mercy, or compassion. But is it really? When you hold a low opinion of someone, is it better to keep them in your life and d… [+8114 chars]
Steve Pavlina
2020-05-23 17:14:18




Special service: The Shillong Chamber Choir is now delivering for those who can’t step out
The Uncle’s Delivery initiative was launched a month ago, with choir members converting their 800-square-feet practice hall in Shillong to a ‘warehouse’ out of which groceries are supplied to more than 500 families
GUWAHATI: Last month, just before the shoot of their now-viral video, the members of the Shillong Chamber Choir were scrambling to answer phone calls, jot down orders, and push out deliveries. Five m… [+4737 chars]
Tora Agarwala
2020-05-25 09:39:19




No Social Distancing Required: Personal Protective Suit Concept Designed for Nightlife
Creative consultancy Production Club has unveiled the Micrashell, their concept design for a personal protective suit that would allow the music, live event and nightlife communities to get going again. Covered from head to toe, wearers needn't worry about tr…
Creative consultancy Production Club has unveiled the Micrashell, their concept design for a personal protective suit that would allow the music, live event and nightlife communities to get going aga… [+3733 chars]
Rain Noe
2020-04-28 14:43:00




Ka’s New Album Is Nourishing Loner Wisdom, Right When We Need It
For those of us lucky enough to write about music for a living, it's a real temptation to begin every review with in a time of pandemic, blah blah blah. It's trite, but it's real. Most of us haven't dealt with this level of isolation once in our lives, and th…
For those of us lucky enough to write about music for a living, it’s a real temptation to begin every review with in a time of pandemic, blah blah blah. It’s trite, but it’s real. Most of us haven’t … [+8169 chars]
Tom Breihan
2020-05-13 14:57:54




DOWD: Mattoon Chamber reminds you to give the gift of local business - Journal Gazette and Times-Courier
The Mattoon Chamber wants to remind everyone that now, more than ever, it is critically important to support our local small businesses.
The stay at home order and restrictions on businesses have been extended until the end of May in the state of Illinois. The Mattoon Chamber wants to remind everyone that now, more than ever, it is c… [+1186 chars]
ED DOWD Executive Director Mattoon Chamber of Commerce
2020-05-04 12:00:00




Georgia film office head to discuss pandemic's impact on moviemaking business - Reporter Newspapers
The commissioner of the Georgia Film, Music & Digital Entertainment Office will discuss the pandemic’s impact on the moviemaking business at a June 2 virtual luncheon held by the Sandy Springs Perimeter Chamber of Commerce. Lee Thomas will discuss how she …
The commissioner of the Georgia Film, Music & Digital Entertainment Office will discuss the pandemics impact on the moviemaking business at a June 2 virtual luncheon held by the Sandy Springs Per… [+1281 chars]
Bob Pepalis
2020-05-17 17:14:57




The best internet radio stations: Streaming tips and our top station picks
Streaming music via internet radio is one of the world's best free entertainment options.
Foraging through the 100,000 plus global stations available on the internet might seem daunting. Trust me, embarking on such an amazing adventure will yield boundless rewards. But as with any journey… [+14282 chars]
Jonathan Takiff, Jonathan Takiff
2020-04-28 10:00:00




Minority business owners in Nashville struggling amid COVID-19 pandemic - WKRN News 2
Many essential workers and businesses in Nashville are located in diverse communities and the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is helping business owners through the challenges they are facing.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) Minority business owners in Davidson County are struggling through the pandemic and COVID-19 is hitting the Hispanic community especially hard. Many essential workers and bus… [+1721 chars]
Brittney Baird
2020-05-01 11:24:00




How Playing Music Has Helped Me With My Alzheimer's
As we age, learning to play an instrument, no matter how rudimentarily, can jolt your brain, keep you and your soul going strong.
About four years ago my daughters told me they were worried about my forgetfulness, my loss of words, my confusion. They suggested, or rather insisted I get tested. I was indignant at first, but I ga… [+3341 chars]
Eugenia Zukerman
2020-05-01 13:49:19




Cellist Lynn Harrell Has Died, Age 76
The Grammy-winning American cellist had a wide-ranging career that spanned Bach to new music written by Augusta Read Thomas. His colleagues also treasured him as a generous musical collaborator.
An undated portrait of the cellist Lynn Harrell. Harrell died Monday at age 76. Christian Steiner/Courtesy of the artist Cellist Lynn Harrell, one of the finest and most prominent American classica… [+3020 chars]
Anastasia Tsioulcas
2020-04-28 21:52:06




The Best Things The Empire Strikes Back Introduced to Star Wars
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back has been around for so long, it’s easy to forget how much it changed Star Wars. In the 40 years since its release, all of the sequel’s characters, planets, ships, and ideas, have become core pieces of the franchise. But upon…
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Backhas been around for so long, its easy to forget how much it changed Star Wars. In the 40 years since its release, all of the sequels characters, planets, ships, and … [+5400 chars]
Germain Lussier
2020-05-21 15:15:00




Mid-Hudson Valley business calendar: April 27, 2020 - The Daily Freeman
APRIL 29: Ulster County Regional Chamber of Commerce virtual breakfast meeting, 9-10 a.m., livestreamed from Seven21 Media Center in Kingston by Ellenbogen Creative Video. Guest speaker: Steve Bulger, regional director,
APRIL 29: Ulster County Regional Chamber of Commerce virtual breakfast meeting, 9-10 a.m., livestreamed from Seven21 Media Center in Kingston by Ellenbogen Creative Video. Guest speaker: Steve Bulger… [+1008 chars]

2020-04-26 15:50:00




Coronavirus: Two Americas in the nation's capital
Social and racial divides play out in Washington DC as the city, and nation, grapple with Covid-19.
Image copyrightGetty Images Amid political pressure to reopen America from the White House, the nation's capital city itself still isn't ready to do so - and Washington DC offers a diverse snapshot … [+5026 chars]
https://www.facebook.com/bbcnews
2020-05-15 22:39:41

Racket News – Issue 31
Welcome to the thirty-first issue of Racket News. This is another full-to-the-brim Racket News! Lots of things are happening all around the Racket community, and slowly I am struggling to keep up-to-date. If I have forgotten something, let me know and I ...
2020-05-18 Permalink: https://racket-news.com/2020/05/racket-news-issue-31.htmlWelcome to the thirty-first issue of Racket News. This is another full-to-the-brim Racket News! Lots of things are hap… [+3905 chars]
Paulo Matos
2020-05-19 09:32:55




XTC: Skylarking
Each Sunday, Pitchfork takes an in-depth look at a significant album from the past, and any record not in our archives is eligible. Today, we revisit the masterful chamber-pop of XTC’s 1986 album Skylarking and the fraught story behind the bucolic songs.
Late one morning in 1986, Todd Rundgren awoke at the Sunset Marquis hotel in West Hollywood to ominous news: A space shuttle had disintegrated in the stratosphere, killing the entire crew on live TV.… [+13724 chars]
Jazz Monroe
2020-04-26 05:00:00
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