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Priced Out of Classical Music? Try Concerts for $8.33
Peoples’ Symphony Concerts quietly offers Carnegie Hall-quality artists for less than a Manhattan movie ticket. Or even a large popcorn.
He just blew me away, and I started lobbying to try to get him, Mr. Salomon said, recalling stalking Mr. Padmore in 2016, when the tenor received the vocalist of the year award from Musical America. And after five years of bugging him, we finally got him. Mr… [+1545 chars]
Michael Cooper
2019-10-18 23:36:32




Vagabon Found Her Voice in Indie Rock. Then Found a New One.
On her second album, “Vagabon,” Laetitia Tamko shifts away from the style that brought her an international audience with “Infinite Worlds” two years ago.
She emigrated to the United States with her family at 13. She wanted to go to music school, but got a hard no from her parents. Figuring there were jobs in the field, she studied and then worked at electrical and computer engineering. She also taught herself … [+1448 chars]
Jon Pareles
2019-10-16 19:11:23




First Look at 'Sycamore,' Google's Quantum Computer
Between the mountainous and coastal vistas of Goleta, California, sits an unassuming office on the side of a building next to the freeway. It could belong to any Southern California company; workers sit in gray cubicles beneath fluorescent lights, and there’s…
Between the mountainous and coastal vistas of Goleta, California, sits an unassuming office on the side of a building next to the freeway. It could belong to any Southern California company; workers sit in gray cubicles beneath fluorescent lights, and theres … [+6164 chars]
Ryan F. Mandelbaum
2019-10-23 23:15:00




Kyle Abraham Wants You to See Another Side of Misty Copeland
He is making a solo for her at a point in their careers when neither feels a need to show off.
While Mr. Abraham comes from the world of contemporary dance, this isnt his first experience with world-class ballet dancers. He worked with Wendy Whelan, the former New York City Ballet star, as a choreographer and a dancer on her Restless Creature project i… [+1259 chars]
Brian Seibert
2019-10-01 21:56:24




The Top Issues and Candidates for Californians in 2020
Thursday: A new state survey shows a three-way tie for Democrats. Also: The latest developments in the Trump impeachment inquiry, and a homestead in the high desert.
There have been quite a few developments in the impeachment inquiry against President Trump:
  • House Democrats plan to subpoena the White House by Friday if it does not comply with requests for documents related to Ukraine. Representative Adam Schiff and Spe… [+3030 chars]
    Inyoung Kang
    2019-10-03 12:47:42




  • Canonical Music with Acrobatic Dance at Lincoln Center
    As part of the White Light Festival, members of the Australian troupe Circa create human towers and hurl one another through space.
    One man, standing on another mans shoulders, serves as a third mans perch. When this human tower topples, all three hit the ground in perfect rolls. The Australian troupe Circa (above, in Humans) tilts acrobatic daring toward thematic dance theatre, often wit… [+262 chars]

    2019-10-18 09:00:00




    Will Hong Kong Bring China to the Breaking Point?
    On The New Yorker Radio Hour, David Remnick hosts Jiayang Fan and Evan Osnos to discuss the protests in Hong Kong, an essay by Michael Korda observes Richard Nixon in the aftermath of Tiananmen Square, and Roomful of Teeth redefines classical music.
    For months, the streets of Hong Kong have been paralyzed by a broad-based protest movement with multiple demands, including democratic reforms. Will the Communist Party retaliate with military force, as it did during the Tiananmen Square uprising? The staff w… [+1061 chars]
    David Remnick
    2019-10-11 20:00:00




    Greta Thunberg does Swedish Death Metal
    YouTuber John Mollusk took Greta Thunberg's biting address to the U.N. and turned it into Swedish Death Metal. And, of course, it's EPIC! Read the rest
    Google fans no longer get an automatic L, Epic Games has opened pre-registration for Fortnite Android. Fortnite Battle Royale is Epic Games 100 player, last player standing megahit. Cartoon-y as heck, with Wile E. Coyote like antics, eliminated players are se… [+1553 chars]
    Rusty Blazenhoff
    2019-09-27 12:45:00




    Listen Up
    Contemporary classical, disco remixes, spooky tunes and more new music Chromatics: You’re No Good With neon-saturated, Dario Argento-like visuals, the Chromatics return with a titivating video for “You’re No Good,” the first visual treatment from their sevent…
    Chromatics: You’re No Good With neon-saturated, Dario Argento-like visuals, the Chromatics return with a titivating video for “You’re No Good,” the first visual treatment from their seventh studio album Closer to Grey. Referencing the giallo genre, the Johnn… [+2843 chars]
    CH Editors
    2019-10-06 13:03:03




    Blood Orange & Third Coast Percussion Share Classical Album 'Fields'
    Devonté Hynes (Blood Orange) and Chicago ensemble Third Coast Percussion have dropped Fields, a collaborative project comprised of classical music compositions written by Hynes and performed by the four-man group. Consisting of 13 lush compositions, the album…
    Devonté Hynes (Blood Orange) and Chicago ensemble Third Coast Percussion have dropped Fields, a collaborative project comprised of classical music compositions written by Hynes and performed by the four-man group. Consisting of 13 lush compositions, the album… [+922 chars]
    info@hypebeast.com (HYPEBEAST), HYPEBEAST
    2019-10-11 06:51:55




    Listen to Jonny Greenwood Perform in BBC Maida Vale Session
    He sat down for a chat and performed three classical pieces on BBC Radio 6
    Radioheads Jonny Greenwood appeared on BBCs Radio 6 Music over the weekend, performing and discussing classical selections in a live broadcast from Maida Vale Studios. They begin near the 01:34:10 mark in the broadcast, which you can listen to here. The selec… [+835 chars]
    Allison Hussey
    2019-09-30 15:47:59




    Videogame tunes hit BBC Radio 3 with Jessica Curry's Sound Of Gaming later this month
    Congratulations, videogames. You’re high culture now. Jessica Curry, the composer behind Dear Esther and Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture, is bringing gaming to BBC Radio 3 with Sound Of Gaming, entering indie bops and orchestral jams into the station’s very-q…
    Congratulations, videogames. You’re high culture now. Jessica Curry, the composer behind Dear Esther and Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture, is bringing gaming to BBC Radio 3 with Sound Of Gaming, entering indie bops and orchestral jams into the station’s very-q… [+1719 chars]
    Natalie Clayton
    2019-10-09 12:12:37




    These simple hacks can help you fight a midafternoon slump
    As a time management coach, I often share these tips with clients who are trying to stay energized and productive during their workday. It’s 2:15 p.m. You’re trying to stay awake at your desk but find yourself performing the afternoon head-bob dance. Eyes flu…
    It’s 2:15 p.m. You’re trying to stay awake at your desk but find yourself performing the afternoon head-bob dance. Eyes flutter and close, chin drops, head jerks up, and repeat. How do you get yourself to stay awake and, better yet, stay energized and focused… [+2981 chars]
    Elizabeth Grace Saunders
    2019-10-17 09:00:55




    #MumbaiMirrored: Striking a chord
    A Gwalior gharana exponent on how Mumbai became a hub for cultural performances and an epicentre of Hindustani classical music.
    By Amarendra DhaneshwarA Gwalior gharana exponent on how Mumbai became a hub for cultural performances and an epicentre of Hindustani classical music .What would have happened if Noor Jahan had not migrated to Pakistan and continued to stay in Bombay? This w… [+10347 chars]
    Mumbai Mirror
    2019-09-25 03:45:29




    Here’s Your First Look at the Talks of the 2019 Hackaday Superconference
    The ultimate hardware conference returns this November as the Hackaday Superconference springs to life in Pasadena, California. It is our pleasure to announce the first set of accepted speakers who have confirmed their appearances at Supercon. This reveal is …
    The ultimate hardware conference returns this November as the Hackaday Superconference springs to life in Pasadena, California. It is our pleasure to announce the first set of accepted speakers who have confirmed their appearances at Supercon. This reveal is … [+4756 chars]
    Mike Szczys
    2019-09-27 17:01:45

    Franz Liszt
    We went to a piano recital last night in Budapest. Gabor Farkas played a number of compositions by Chopin and Liszt. I was particularly taken with the Liszt compositions. The one called “Les Jeux d’eaux de la Villa d’Este” was particularly lovely. I shared an…
    We went to a piano recital last night in Budapest. Gabor Farkas played a number of compositions by Chopin and Liszt. I was particularly taken with the Liszt compositions. The one called “Les Jeux d’eaux de la Villa d’Este” was particularly lovely. I share… [+1745 chars]
    Fred Wilson
    2019-10-22 08:29:00




    Brandpie rebrands the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra for a new generation of classical music fans
    The brand consultancy looks to focus on classical music’s power to invigorate and refresh in an increasingly stressful time.
    Brand consultancy Brandpie has launched a brand refresh for the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra (LACO), modernising the orchestras appeal through a new logo, updated typography, enhanced layout applications and a fresh colour palette. The rebrand for the orches… [+1290 chars]
    Alif Ibrahim
    2019-10-02 10:30:00




    Saxophonist, who raised the bar for Carnatic music, dies at 69
    It is not often that a musician devotes a lifetime integrating a western instrument into an extremely traditional and strict system of classical music. Kadri Gopalnath took along with him the rigid system of Carnatic classical music and improvised alongside.
    Kadri Gopalnath 1949-2019 Vatapi Ganapathim Bhaje, a Sanskrit kriti by poet-composer Muthuswami Dikshitar that is well known for over two centuries now, is often played in Carnatic kutcheris and has even made its way into Hindustani classical music. The ode … [+3464 chars]
    Suanshu Khurana
    2019-10-12 00:09:07




    Jonny Greenwood Plays BBC Maida Vale Session, Ed O’Brien Teases Debut Solo Album
    The Radiohead boys are focusing on their own projects for the time being. Jonny Greenwood has continued his dive into classical music: Earlier this month he announced that he was launching his own label, Octatonic Records, to issue contemporary classical piec…
    The Radiohead boys are focusing on their own projects for the time being. Jonny Greenwood has continued his dive into classical music: Earlier this month he announced that he was launching his own label, Octatonic Records, to issue contemporary classical pi… [+718 chars]
    James Rettig
    2019-09-30 16:24:38




    Lanning Sally mixes the progressive and classical in his album cover designs
    Specialising in album covers and music visuals, the Memphis, Tennessee native first started designing out of necessity for his small label at university.
    In the beginning, Lanning Sally designed out of necessity. While attending George Washington University in Washington, D.C., Lanning co-founded a small label with musician Cautious Clay, releasing music and running gigs together. I began making posters, cover… [+1306 chars]
    Alif Ibrahim
    2019-10-04 10:45:00
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