Monthly Archives: August 2021

V&A Dundee: creative forces unite for new compositions

TWO pieces of music commissioned to respond to the architecture of the V&A Dundee have been unveiled, in partnership with MSCTY. Japanese composer and percussionist Midori Takada created a soundtrack inside the museum. The music is inspired by natural materials chosen by V&A designer Dundee Kengo Kuma and focuses on …

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Portland Opera Block Performing Arts Center Gears Up For New Season

Portland – The Portland performing arts studio has grown in space and attendance as it prepares for season three. Portland’s Opera Block Performing Arts Center is gearing up for next season with additional lineup and expanded space. The center is located at 140 1/2 Kent St in downtown Portland. It’s …

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British musician whose compositions have sold 30 million albums

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW with a multi-talented British musician whose compositions have sold 30 million albums by the biggest names.Paul Statham is a musical polymath who plays piano, keyboards, drums and guitar and even teaches songwriting and production classes at Solent University.Although he lives in North London where he has his own …

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British musician whose compositions have 30 million album sales

Paul Statham describes himself as a sound artist Credit: Paul Statham EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW with a multi-talented British musician whose compositions have sold 30 million albums by the biggest names. Paul Statham is a great mathematician who plays piano, keyboards, drums and guitar and even teaches songwriting and production classes at …

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Camden Falls opens “Conflicts in Compositions? »Show – Knox County VillageSoup

Ryan Kohler’s “Peapod”. CAMDEN – Artists Ken DeWaard and Ryan Kohler are featured in a new exhibition at the Camden Falls Gallery titled “Conflicts in Compositions? There is really no conflict involved in the show, it is more a juxtaposition of the paths taken by these two artists to create …

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Camden Falls Gallery’s new exhibition: Conflicts in Compositions?

CAMDEN – Featuring works by Ken DeWaard and Ryan Kohler, the new exhibition “Conflicts in Compositions?” will open on Thursday, August 19 at 5 p.m. at Camden Falls Gallery, alongside the first Camden Art Walk. There will be an artist presentation/discussion for the general public around 6 p.m. (This presentation …

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The melodious compositions of versatile music director Amol Dangi win millions of hearts around the world

Amol Dangi is from Jaipur, Rajasthan. He was born in Mumbai, the city of dreams! Amol was very fascinated by music since his childhood Amol Dangi They say, “Music has the power to soothe your soul and calm your mind.” Listening to …

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Upcoming Honolulu rapper Chris Chaney wins hearts with his soulful rap compositions

Honolulu’s next rapper Chris Chaney portrays his incredible power of blending hip-hop and R&B with a series of hypnotic tracks that leave audiences spellbound. Infusing a new character in hip-hop with his compelling style and appealing vocal quality, an artist who appears to be way ahead of regular rap competitors …

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How the Emmy-nominated drama collection and docu collection shed light on what historical past books failed to note

The troubled moments of HBO’s postmodern superhero miniseries Watchmen had nothing to be terrifying: a panicked black couple and their youngest son roam the fiery streets of Tulsa, Oklahoma, in 1921, witnessing – and narrowly avoiding – mass killings as white supremacists smash a neighborhood thriving regularly known as the …

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Will Kjeer Trio to perform soon-to-be-released “Undreampt” compositions on Saturday Night Jazz at Black Dog

By Bill Stieger Any local jazz aficionado who hasn’t had the pleasure of hearing pianist Will Kjeer be warned: get out and see this up-and-coming artist while he’s still stuck in the Twin Cities. Because all the local musicians agree, Kjeer is an artist in the making. And you never …

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Will the Kjeer trio play soon “Undreampt” compositions during Saturday Night Jazz at The Black Dog

By Bill Stieger Any local jazz fan who hasn’t had the pleasure of hearing pianist Will Kjeer is forewarned: come out and see this up-and-coming artist while he’s still planted in the Twin Towns. Because all the local musicians agree – Kjeer is a performer on the rise. And you …

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