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This Year's Mendocino Music Fest Brought Together Spectacular Talent To Create An Incredible Season

Another successful Mendocino Music Festival is in the books. This year’s 29th annual event featured musicians from across the state, and provided opportunities for those involved with the Symphony of the Redwoods to shine. 473 more words

Classical Music

Spellbound London

At the BBC Proms, we’re used to seeing and hearing unusual, exotic, foreign instruments and music.

Wednesday 29th July brought some beautiful Chinese instruments to join the BBC National Orchestra of Wales.   402 more words

Rachmaninoff

Christopher Wheeldon's Cinderella, Dutch National Ballet at London Coliseum 8th July 2015 - Susie Crow reviews

Grandstand seats surrounded by the Coliseum’s ornate ivory, gold and purple, a rare London visit by one of Europe’s major ballet companies showing a new production set to one of the 20th century’s most ravishing ballet scores played live by the Royal Ballet Sinfonia – what’s not to like? 952 more words

Reviews

Dance of the Knights

One of my favorite composers recently is Sergei Prokofiev.  While Peter and the Wolf is probably his most famous composition, his ballet Romeo and Juliet… 144 more words

Symphonic

Shakespeare and Ballet

Say ‘Shakespeare’ here at the Institute and eyes light up. Add ‘ballet’ and the light dies. And yet at least thirteen of Shakespeare’s plays have been turned into ballets, including… 340 more words

Farewell, but not goodbye: Gavrylyuk to conclude visit with solo recital


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Subagh Singh Khalsa, Week Two teacher-in-residence with the Mystic Heart Community Meditation Program, leads the first meditation session of the week Monday at the Main Gate Welcome Center. 537 more words

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