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This Sunday, the Miami Symphony Orchestra opens another season at the Knight Concert Hall, in an evening of canonical works by Mendelssohn, Brahms and Rachmaninov. Conductor Eduardo Marturet will lead the orchestra in the Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage overture of Mendelssohn, Brahms’ First Symphony and the Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini by Rachmaninov, […]

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If you want to get the creeps, plan on going to the Akron Civic Theatre, a Knight Arts grantee, on All Saints Day. The theater is planning a double bill of a showing of the 1922 silent-era film “Nosferatu,” followed by Neos Dance Theatre, a Knight Arts grantee, performing its fabulous “Count: The Legend of […]

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DLECTRICITY 2014 Dlights Dtroit!

Published on September 30, 2014 by in Detroit

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DLECTRICITY 2014 was more packed than ever this year, bursting at the seams with incredible installations by local, national and international participants, as well as excited attendees who lined the streets, unfazed by obstructions from the M1 Rail construction, reveling in the exquisite autumn nights of the event weekend, the 26th and 27th of September. […]

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Mid-October marks the start of the 15th Annual Philadelphia Open Studio Tours (POST), Philadelphia’s leading autumnal visual art exploration, presented by the Center for Emerging Visual Artists. Art lovers can find themselves in all of the far-flung corners of Philly by following the guide, which consists of more than 300 visual artist studios, culminating in […]

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Some good closing times

Published on September 30, 2014 by in Miami

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There are some home-spun closings this week that have some personal attachments to them, that you might not even have known about. Last week, Emerson Dorsch gallery started a project series called “thisishappening,” a multi-disciplinary exploration of art practice and art experience, which will change and be updated every week. So the first one is […]

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By Kim Hunter, Woodward Line Poetry THE STORY Detroit has more than a great literary “scene,” it has a literary community whose roots stretch back at least to 1965 with Dudley Randall’s internationally noted Broadside Press.  The Woodward Line Poetry Series has been part of that community for 13 years and we’re working harder than […]

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Akron is having a musical moment & the Huff Post has noticed. Reporter Daryl Rowland writes: “Imagine a great night to go out to hear music and great city to do it in. Were you thinking Monday Nights in Akron, Ohio?You may be surprised to learn that some of the most accomplished musicians and songwriters […]

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The Magic City enjoys the sounds of the Motor City as Detroit’s Sphinx Virtuosi plays at the New World Center Tuesday, Sept 30. Sphinx Virtuosi is a chamber orchestra dedicated to diversity in the performing arts, programming well-known repertoire together with works by African-American and Latino composers. Experience this year’s annual performance at the New […]

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Michael Scoggins “Chalk”

Published on September 30, 2014 by in Miami

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By Elizabeth Shannon, Bass Museum of Art If you happened to be strolling around near the Bass Museum of Art about a month ago, you might have seen a man in Walgreens’ storefront windows drawing vigorously on an unusually long chalkboard. This industrious gentleman was the artist Michael Scoggins, the creator of a sizable new […]

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By Amy Bareham, Arts & Science Council If art is a universal language, then music is a dialect of compelling strength and influence. Charlotte organization A Sign of the Times of the Carolinas speaks this dialect fluently, creating spaces for the celebration of performing arts, specifically those steeped in African-American culture. Founded in 2006, A […]

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