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My Realistic Fitness Regime!

January is supposed to be all about getting fit, Losing all the ‘Christmas weight’ and cleansing the mind, body and soul blah blah blah.

It is always part of everyone’s New Years resolutions! 309 more words

Opinion

1969 SONG OF THE DAY- "ACROSS THE GREAT DIVIDE"- THE BAND

1969 Song of the Day is–“Across The Great Divide” by The Band. Robbie Robertson wrote “Across The Great Divide” and it is the lead off song on The Band’s The Band album. 159 more words

Entertainment

Two Listeners

Listening to an E J Moeran Quartet

On one side, classical rigour unmoved.

Offended by the folksy emotion,

looking for order, for clear metrical

patterns – brilliant mathematical… 57 more words

Toro Y Moi Gives Us An Electrifying New 10 Track Album Titled “Outer Peace”

While we are in the process of rebranding I would say Toro Y Moi is too and since we’re changing things up a bit around here we want to put you guys onto something a little different. 105 more words

Music

Wigmore Hall to stage complete Weinberg cycle

London’s chamber music hub announced today that it will programme the 17 string quartets of Mieczysław Weinberg over 11 concerts in the next two seasons. The works will be played by the Danel Quartet and programmed alongside the quartets of Weinberg’s close friend, Dmitri Shostakovich. 30 more words

Music

Just in: New principal horn at the Concertgebouw

Katy Woolley, formerly principal of the Philharmonia Orchestra in London, won the C’bouw audition today.

Originally from Exeter, Katy cut her milk teeth in the EU Youth Orchestra and is now professor of horn at the Royal Academy of Music and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. 7 more words

Music