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The secret is out. Macon is a music town. Saturday night, Steve Moretti and Matt Catingnub introduced Macon’s newest orchestra, Macon Pops, with a debut concert at the Macon City Auditorium. In an interview in September, Catingub said, “Macon, being one of the great ‘music towns’ in this country, is the perfect place to launch […]

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CASK | Marissa Alma Nick. Photo by Neil de la Flor.

Marissa Alma Nick takes on Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Cask of of Amontillado” in “Cask,” a risky surrealist performance piece set to open next Thursday and Friday (October 24-25) at 9 p.m. at the Miami-Dade County Auditorium. Taking on iconic works by iconic writers, such as Poe, can prove fatal when adapting them for live theater, […]

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Indie Film Club

Business cards are (almost) dead. The Internet and social media has transformed the ways in which we connect and communicate with each other. This change demands sophisticated knowledge of how to build

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There’s been news of two significant losses to the Twin Cities music community in the last week. You’ve likely heard the first: famed Minnesota Orchestra conductor Osmo Vänskä formally announced his resignation; Aaron Jay Kernis, founder of the orchestra’s Composer Institute, is quitting his post as well. (Read the press statements from both about the decision […]

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The classical season is off to a fine start, and soon things will be getting even busier as the other major performing institutions open their seasons. Already Festival Miami has featured Joshua Bell and Edgar Meyer in Meyer’s Double Concerto for Violin and Bass, and soprano Hila Plitmann in a song cycle by Michael Daugherty, […]

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The Akron Civic Theatre, a Knight Arts grantee, has been getting into the intimate setting for dance events and musical performances. Another one coming down the musical pike is a brand new performance group, Sound Gallery. Sound Gallery is made up of area musicians, mostly of classically trained performers, and most of whom play for […]

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This weekend, at 24 venues across the city, some 300 of the city’s artists will be showing and selling their work at the Saint Paul Art Crawl. The seasonal artist-driven event happens twice a year, in spring and fall, conceived by the Art Collective 20 years ago in Lowertown. Indeed, the Lowertown/Downtown areas remain a […]

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“The Emerald House”

[Ce n’est pas nous], an experimental performance ensemble founded by choreographer and dancer Priscilla Marrero, sculptor and filmmaker Ferrán Martín, and musician/composer Matthew Evan Taylor, will present “The Emerald House” as part of the Artists in Residence program at Inkub8, a Knight Arts grantee. “The Emerald House” examines the ideal body established by the masters of […]

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The leaves are just beginning to turn now, and while the days still have much of summer’s warmth, the air is dry and evenings are crisp. This is Minnesota at its most ideal and the perfect time of year for a day trip outside the city. It just so happens that one of the state’s […]

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WigOut with Mary Luft

Published on September 23, 2013 by in Dance, Miami, Music, Poetry

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WordSpeak Teen Slam event produced by Tigertail Productions.

“Any woman born with a great gift in the 16th century would certainly have gone crazed, shot herself, or ended her days in some lonely cottage outside the village, half witch, half wizard, feared and mocked at….No girl could have walked to London

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