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20 Questions with NUCLASSICA Electro-Pop Violinist Leia Rose

NUCLASSICA electro-pop violinist Leia Rose shares what it’s like playing for Detroit’s electro-pop violin band, how she got started in music and some of her favorite musicians. By Chelsie Dzbanski 1. Can you share a bit about yourself and your career path? My name is Leia Rose. I’m 17 years old, going into my senior year at Cranbrook Kingswood. I currently live in Bloomfield Hills with my mom, two brothers and two cats. I started playing classical violin at a young age. Early on, I really did not like playing or practicing, and definitely never thought of music as a possible career path (I w..

Nationally touring productions, famous musicians, and more come to Morgantown with the University Arts...

MORGANTOWN — West Virginia University’s University Arts Series has dedicated itself for nearly half a century to providing quality entertainment to both students at the university and residents of the surrounding areas. The series has been going on for 47 years, said Kristie Stewart-Gale, the marketing and advertising manager of arts and entertainment. “We receive no university or state funding to directly produce these events,” she said. “All of the series events must pay for themselves through ticket sales and advertising.” This season, they had musicals, such as “Dirty Dancing” and “Elf,” concerts, including “RAIN: A Tribute to the Beatles” and “Foreigner,” the “Moscow Ballet” and more. Each year, they work to cater to the requests of attendees. “We bring in everything from Broadway musicals and comedy to dance and magic,” Stewart-Gale said. “The series also includes many genres of music, including but not limited to jazz, blues, oldies, folk, pop, swing and R&B. If our audience ask..

Famous musicians visit with art students at Fort Lauderdale elementary school

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Art students in Fort Lauderdale got a special visit Monday from world renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma. The visit was part of the Kennedy Center's "Arts Across America" tour. Students at Walker Elementary School gave Yo-Yo Ma and bagpiper Cristina Pato a warm welcome. "It was the most amazing warm welcome, really seeing things that we didn't know was happening here and it's been really affirming," Kennedy Center President Deborah Rutter said. Students in Walker Elementary's arts programs entertained their guests in the school’s auditorium and then performed with the professionals. The time they spent with the children moved the artists. "The most fascinating thing for us was to watch them perform, to see the energy of the school, how much life and, especially, how much love," Pato said. "There is so much love in this school. The kindergarten class that I visited and the love from the teacher, from the children, and they're genuinely c..

15 Influential Girl Bands Who Inspire Us

It's 2018 and women are still treated as second-class citizens, as we continuously deal with the injustices that face our gender. Having to fight for equality in almost everything we encounter, ranging from ridiculous pay gaps to sexual assault. There have been movements and protests that have spanned decades, but it seems no one was actually listening. In light of the scandals that have recently plagued Hollywood, it appears that this is the time people are finally paying attention. It's not just the women who are listening, the men are finally waking up to their privilege and stepping down to make room for the people who have endured and suffered under this oppression. As last night's Golden Globes demonstrated and how Oprah's powerful speech articulated, Time Is Up and the era of women speaking out is finally here and this time we're actually being heard. The prominent women in our culture are using their positions of power and influence to initiate discussi..


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Summer jazz fest celebrates US musicians, Czechoslovak anniversary, and more

The jubilee 10th edition offers a US-Czech-Slovak cooperation in the capital – moved indoors, a series of concerts outside Bratislava, and a grand gala of marking the 100th anniversary of Czechoslovakia, again in the capital. Font size:A-|A+0The One Day Jazz festival has been offering concerts for ten years already, in winter and summer editions. This year’s summer edition brings a host of events, starting on June 13 inBratislava. Moved from the planned venue of Bratislava Castle to the National Tennis Centre due to a bad weather forecast, it presents Czech singer Dan Bárta and his Illustratosphere project (Filip Jelínek-keyboard, trombone, percussion; Robert Balzar-bass, double bass; Martin Valihora-drums, and Miroslav Chyška-guitar). The star of the evening will be US singer Lizz Wright and the intriguing Slovak Philharmonics, conducted by jazzman Oskar Rósza. In the countryThree days later, the Slovak Ľubomír Gašpar Cimbal Project and the foreign Lionel Loueke Trio, featuring Daniel..

‘He looks like a ferret’: Famous musicians read out ‘Mean Tweets’

Jimmy Kimmel has brought back a hilarious segment, "Mean Tweets", this time featuring a variety of famous musicians. Artists including Pink, Fall Out Boy and Nick Jonas and many others are seen reading aloud 'Mean Tweets' sent from haters about themselves on Jimmy Kimmel Live! The video begins with Jonas reading from his phone screen, "Nick Jonas was cute back when he was in the Jonas Brothers but now he looks like a ferrit (sic)." Eventually, it's the Beautiful Trauma singer turn who reads, "Pink makes music for obnoxious white bridal parties that drunkingly walk into a Denny's and ruin everyone's evening," the singer read, laughing. "I would have said Waffle House, but whatever." The members of Fall Out Boy gather around to read a bitter tweet saying, "Fall Out Boy is the Comic Sans MS of music. They are both entirely overused." The clip ends with the American punk rock band Green Day, with this Twitter user not even able to consistently spell the band'..

Iconic guitar maker Gibson files for bankruptcy

Slash owned custom Gibson Les Paul studio guitar is on display during the preview of the sale of exclusive property from legendary guitarist and musician Slash at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills, California on March 7, 2011. Included in the auction sale are some of the iconic, Grammy-winning, rock guitarist and songwriter?s famous guitars, memorabilia, vehicles and personal furniture and décor from his Hollywood Hills residence. AFP PHOTO / GABRIEL BOUYS (Photo credit should read GABRIEL BOUYS/AFP/Getty Images) ×Iconic guitar maker Gibson files for bankruptcySlash owned custom Gibson Les Paul studio guitar is on display during the preview of the sale of exclusive property from legendary guitarist and musician Slash at Julien?s Auctions in Beverly Hills, California on March 7, 2011. Included in the auction sale are some of the iconic, Grammy-winning, rock guitarist and songwriter?s famous guitars, memorabilia, vehicles and personal furniture and décor from his Hollywood Hills residen..

Vt Mozart Festival: Building musicians as well as audiences

The Vermont Mozart Festival will present orchestra and chamber music concerts July 17-Aug. 3 at locations in Burlington, Charlotte, Shelburne and Stowe. Pictured is a 2017 concert at the Shelburne Farms Coach Barn. (Photo by Stephen Mease) Vermont Mozart Festival musician perform in fron to Burlington City Hall in 2017. (Photo by Stephen Mease) The Vermont Mozart Festival, beginning its third season, is unique in Vermont, perhaps the world. For not only does it present myriad concerts at various locations around the region, it prepares young professional musicians to succeed financially in t..

Famous Musicians Made in Memphis

Famous Musicians Made in Memphis | Getty Images FOTO Blues, Soul and good ol’ Rock ‘n’ Roll. Bettmann/Bettmann Archive Published May 23, 2018 Published 20 days ago Some of the most influential musicians the world has ever known created their most memorable music in Memphis, Tennessee. From Beale Street and Graceland to Sun Studio and Soulsville, USA, Memphis’ legacy of blues, soul, jazz, and rock and roll is second to none. Here are 11 remarkable talents — and a few outright geniuses — who were, figuratively and literally, made in Memphis. Michael Ochs Archives Elvis Presley Elvis Presley (1935 – 1977) forged his unique early sound at Sun Studio, where he recorded two dozen songs. In fact, he paid the studio four bucks to record his first two, “My Happiness” and “That’s When Your Heartaches Begin,” when he was just 18. (His family moved to Memphis when he was 13.) The King’s 24 studio albums, six live albums, 20 soundtrack albums and scores of posthumous compilations have sol..

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