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By Katherine Bergman, Zeitgeist Zeitgeist’s home turf will be abuzz with a multitude of visual arts, performance, film, and interactive media this Saturday as the Northern Spark Festival crosses the river into Lowertown St. Paul. As part of the all-night art festival, Zeitgeist is presenting “Studio Z in Flux,” a performance event featuring the ensemble plus […]

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By Elissa Weller, VocalEssence Students from six Twin Cities elementary and high schools and one community choir performed at two VocalEssence ¡Cantaré! Community Concerts at Wayzata Community Church on Tuesday, May 21. The concert was the culmination of the fifth year of the organization’s annual ¡Cantaré! program. Founded and conducted by VocalEssence, the program pairs […]

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Ready, set, respond!

Published on June 1, 2013 by in Charlotte

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By Taylor Thomas, Community School of the Arts Since 2011, the Knight Foundation has provided Community School of the Arts with the chance to enable our outreach and financial aid students to experience a variety of classical symphonies, cultural concerts, emotive operas, and dynamic museum exhibitions.  The ticket access fund left students wide-eyed and excited […]

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By Linda Harris, Center City District Philadelphia Construction on Dilworth Plaza is reaching an important milestone.  Around the third week in June, a massive concrete pour will take place at the plaza to create the structural slab that provides the plaza surface on the north end where the café, outdoor terrace, and stairs to the […]

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A Wagner Antidote

Published on May 29, 2013 by in All Communities

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer A new CD comes in the middle of the tsunami occasioned by Richard Wagner’s 200th birthday. It could be warmly suggested as an antidote for Wagnerian novices and connoisseurs. For the first group provides an ideal, effortless introduction to the composer’s universe. For the second brings together an […]

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By John Jarboe, Bearded Ladies I’m sitting in the Beard-Quarters after our monthly company meeting.  I made a 1950s recipe for the group that is only three ingredients: canned peaches, onion soup mix, and chicken breasts.  We eat together at every meeting.  It supports the idea that we are a family and it makes the […]

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Alexey Lavrov, A good omen

Published on May 27, 2013 by in Miami

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer Discovering talent has become a sort of mainstream international sport, including classic audiences pursuing the thrill of being the first to spot a future star. You need to have a good nose for this, and also the good fortune to be in the right place at the right […]

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By Erica Simmons, 567 Center for Renewal The 567 Center for Renewal has the honor and the pleasure to display the artistry of Macon’s own Daly Smith throughout the month of May. Smith’s exhibit “The American Landscape” showcases his oil paintings of well-known landmarks in Macon and scenes from around the United States. In addition […]

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By Rebecca Casamayor, Florida Grand Opera Florida Grand Opera’s (FGO) in-school educational programs allow students to engage in the art of the opera without having to leave the classroom.  This past Wednesday, May 22, the company’s head of costuming, Camilla Haith, visited Richmond Heights Middle School to talk to students about the importance of subjects […]

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Margarita Cabrera burst onto the contemporary art scene a few years ago at Art Basel Miami Beach when she showed a crazy life size VW Bug made out of vinyl (see image below). It was an instant sensation. Cabrera was recently a resident at the Knight Foundation-funded McColl Center for Visual Art in Charlotte, NC where […]

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