Monthly Archives: June 2022

Nina Dobrev Approved Mini Dress Collection; Check

” class=”lazy img-responsive” data-src=”https://www.iwmbuzz.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/nina-dobrev-approved-mini-dress-collection-check-out- 920×518.jpg” width=”920″ height=”518″ alt=”Nina Dobrev Approved Mini Dress Collection; Pay” /> Actress Nina Dobrev comes from Canada. In the CTV drama series Degrassi: The Next Generation, she played Mia Jones in her first performance. She later gained notoriety for her roles as Elena Gilbert and Katherine …

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COSÌ FAN TUTTE at the Royal Opera House

by Mozart Cosi fan tutte has always been a work that speaks to us about ourselves. The story of two ill-fated lovers, Ferrando and Guglielmo, and their attempts to prove that their girlfriends, Dorabella and Fiordiligi, will be faithful in their absence (and win a bet against their friend Don …

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California Center for the Arts trustees defend street art critical of police

The artwork generated controversy in Escondido and widespread media coverage. Image from NBC show 7 Trustees of the California Center for the Arts in Escondido on Wednesday defended a Southern California street art exhibit that included a piece critical of the police. An installation in the exhibit by street artist …

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The Excursions of Mr Brouček, the review of Grange Park Opera [STAR:2]

The Excursions of Mr Brouček, the review of Grange Park Opera 2 The Excursions of Mr Brouček, the review of Grange Park Opera Claudia Prichard It all started so well. The opening bars of the opera “problem” by Leoš Janáček, Mr Broucek’s Excursions, were rapturously performed by the BBC Concert …

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Music concert featuring Chinese and Italian compositions in Rome

A special “East Meets West” classical music concert took place on Saturday night at Rome’s iconic opera house, with Chinese and Italian musicians captivating the audience with an awe-inspiring performance. At the Rome Opera House, the Italian capital’s most important music hall, the 1,600-seat hall was almost full and several …

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Arts Express broadcasts “Let Freedom Sing”, cabaret shows | giving

Loni Nannini Special for the Arizona Daily Star Arts Express will present a 4th of July tradition with a twist at the 39th Annual “Let Freedom Sing”. “We believe there must be a way to celebrate the nation’s birthday that is apolitical and just fun,” said Karen Wiese, executive director …

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Feature: “East Meets West” concert featuring Chinese and Italian compositions in Rome

ROME, June 26 (Xinhua) — A special “East Meets West” classical music concert was held Saturday night at Rome’s iconic opera house, with Chinese and Italian musicians captivating the audience with an awe-inspiring performance. At the Rome Opera House, the Italian capital’s most important music hall, the 1,600-seat hall was …

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The Paris Opera Ballet will perform at the Hollywood Bowl on July 21 and 22, 2022

Invite by Gustave Dudamel to participate in the 100th anniversary season of the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, the Paris Opera Ballet, directed by Aurélie Dupont,perform for the first time in this amphitheater on July 21 and 22, 2022. On the huge open-air stage and accompanied by the LA Phil …

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The Levant author is buzzing for the first collection of stories, located on the Penobscot Reserve

Morgan Talty’s debut book, “Night of the Living Rez,” comes out July 5 and is getting a lot of buzz. Talty grew up on the Penobscot reservation known as Indian Island, and her fictional stories draw heavily from those experiences. Ben McCanna / Personal Photographer Morgan Talty doesn’t want to …

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East Texas Performing Arts will bring Anne Frank to Memorial City Hall | Events

The East Texas Performing Arts theater troupe debuts in Marshall next month, planning to perform the play Anne Frank at Marshall’s Memorial City Hall July 1-3. The troupe performed the piece previously in Jefferson, according to the organization’s director and founder Sara Whitaker, and plan to bring the same energy …

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Vanessa Becerra and Hadleigh Adams conduct Opera Parallèle’s “Beauty and the Beast”

Opera Parallèle is preparing to collaborate with SFJAZZ for the opera “Beauty and the Beast” by Philip Glass. The opera is based on the 1946 romantic fantasy film epic by French poet and filmmaker Jean Cocteau. The production, which is to be played on July 14, 15, 16 and 17 …

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Coach launches its Pride Month collection with its iconic bags

Coach released their colorful collection to mark Pride Month. Coach has dropped its Pride collection with rainbow-infused editions of its iconic bags. The popular brand unveiled their Go All Out For Pride campaign and collection, which sees them working with LGBTQ+ stars. It features classic Coach bags, but with a …

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Alon Ilsar brings his hypnotic compositions to Melbourne

Lyrics by Jacob McCormack Alon Ilsar is a percussionist, composer and researcher whose pursuit of musical practice has maintained a sense of unconventionality since its inception. At 19, he was a member of a band that toured with a circus, while his peers studied music. “I felt like there were …

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Jennifer Ross Named VP of Programming; Curt Owens joins the Walton Arts Center

The Walton Arts Center announced that Jennifer Ross has been promoted to vice president of programming for the nonprofit performing arts center, and Curt Owens will replace her as director of programming. Ross has worked at the Walton Arts Center since 2002, where she began as the School Performance Coordinator. …

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A new JRR Tolkien collection brings together the author’s writings on the Second Age of Middle-earth

Image: HarperCollins With Prime Video’s prequel series The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power arriving in early September, it stands to reason that there will be renewed interest in JRR Tolkien’s original writings on Second Age of Middle-earth. Now is the perfect time to The Fall of Numenorwhich …

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Mason City Municipal Band promotes “goodwill” through music | Arts and theater

For many local musicians, Mason City Municipal Band is a place to share their love of music and build friendships. For trumpet player Chris Bell, it’s a band she’s been a part of since the 1970s. Because of the Municipal Band, Bell has been in many performances and even performed …

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Rusalka, critic of Garsington – country opera worth seeing

Ambition has trumped caution and there are great performances to be enjoyed at UK’s summer opera festivals. Two other large-scale and highly romantic opera houses opened over the weekend. Now halfway through the season, the Garsington Opera offers its first staging of Dvořák Rusalka, a production which will be the …

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Know Samantha Ruth Prabhu’s Expensive Luxury Car Collection

Samantha Ruth Prabhu a name that needs no introduction, is it! She left her mark on the world of cinema and impressed audiences with her amazing acting skills. She has a huge fan following in the South Indian film industry. Professionally, Samantha was last seen in the film, Kaathuvaakula Rendu …

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Chris Jaymes stars in Kailua Onstage Arts’ production of “Constellations”

Mahalo for supporting Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this free story! Chris Jaymes, who moved to Hawaii last year when his fiancée got a job with the CBS series “Magnum, PI,” has an impressive resume spanning a wide range of contemporary performing arts. In the three decades since his first television role, …

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Chicago Classical Review » » Haymarket Opera brings a romantic gem to life with Bologna’s “The Anonymous Lover”

Nicole Cabell (left) with Nathalie Colas in the Haymarket Opera Company production of Joseph Bologne The anonymous lover. Photo: Elliot Mandel The Haymarket Opera Company premiere in the Midwest The anonymous lover (The anonymous lover) by Joseph Bologna (Knight of St. George) Friday night at DePaul University’s Holtschneider Performance Center …

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Nikamma’s opening collection doesn’t even earn a crore

Mumbai, first published June 18, 2022, 2:29 p.m. IST The Hindi film industry has had films that could not run ahead of Southern industry films. However, when Kartik Aryan and Kiara Advani-star Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 changed, Bollywood’s dry run at the box office finally came to an end. The success …

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AT&T Performing Arts Center Hosts Third Annual Young Women’s Leadership Conference

On Thursday, June 16, the nonprofit AT&T Performing Arts Center hosted its third annual Young Women’s Leadership Conference (YWLC). The conference was held at the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House with approximately 150 young women in attendance from various high schools and public and private organizations across North Texas. …

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‘RRR’ box office race: Rajamouli-directorial ends with Rs. 1,000cr+ collection

‘RRR’ box office race: Rajamouli-directorial ends with Rs. 1,000cr+ collection Written by Aishwarya Ragupati June 16, 2022, 2:26 p.m. 2 minute read ‘RRR’ directed by SS Rajamouli stars Jr. NTR and Ram Charan in the lead roles. The masterful work of SS Rajamouli RRR has completed its theatrical tour. After …

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PACE Wins State Preservation Award for Harvester II Building Restoration | Arts & Theater

The Hoff Family Arts & Culture Center, now a centerpiece of the Council Bluffs community, is also turning heads across the state. The center was among four projects honored at the 2022 Preserve Iowa Summit when Pottawattamie Arts, Culture & Entertainment received the Margaret Keyes Award for its $27 million …

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Janine Berdin releases a new EP of her compositions

MANILA — Singer Janine Berdin has released an EP titled “WTF, I actually wrote these songs. The six tracks included in the EP were all written by Berdin. See this post on Instagram A post shared by JANINE BERDIN (@janineberdin) “I hope you like it. Thank you very …

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Eugene Onegin, Opera Holland Park Young Artists review – iIntimacy and Reflection

The main cast premiered the show on May 31, but two performances and two school matinees are given by this completely separate line-up, with its own actors, director and conductor. The focus is artist development, and it’s an impressive program, now in its second decade. Among Holland Park’s main productions …

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‘Samrat Prithviraj’ Box Office Collection: Akshay Kumar’s Period Drama Collects Rs 1 Crore on Second Monday | Hindi Movie News

Despite its high profile and the anticipation surrounding its release, Akshay Kumar’s magnum opus, “Samrat Prithviraj”, opened below expectations at the box office. The period drama has now collected Rs 1 crore on the second Monday, bringing its overall box office collection to Rs 62.72 crore. The film is expected …

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CAPA’s 104th concert season — past, present and future | Culture & Leisure

Posted on June 13, 2022 | 9:30 a.m. Tickets on sale for the International and Masterpiece series Maestro Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra come to the Granada Theater on January 25. (Todd Rosenberg) CAMA (Community Arts Music Association of Santa Barbara) announced its 104th concert season, featuring orchestral …

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“The Elixir of Love” will be presented by the Muddy River Opera Company on June 24 and 26 – Muddy River News

QUINCY – Muddy River Opera Company presents Donizetti’s “The Elixir of Love” on stage for two live performances at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, June 24 and 2 p.m. on Sunday, June 26 at the John Wood’s Mary Ellen Orr Auditorium Community College. “The Elixir of Love” is a lighthearted romantic …

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Day of the Devs 2022 brings a stellar collection of personal games and artistic indies

Many Summer Game Fest titles are sure to focus on triple-A reveals and Geoff Keighley’s pocket-sized world premiere trailer, but make no mistake – Summer Game Fest is a collaborative celebration of gaming across the board. Part of that collaborative spirit comes from Day of the Devs, the annual independent …

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Spencer Theater for the Performing Arts announces ‘Taste Of The Spencer’ fundraiser scheduled for next weekend

A delicious feast of surf and turf and tasty wines take center stage at the 2022 “Taste of the Spencer” party and fundraiser on Saturday, June 18 at 6 p.m. Everyone is invited to this evening of tasteful fun in which all Spencer Theater patrons play a part! Freshly prepared …

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Cincinnati Opera opens 2022 Summer Festival with LA BOHÈME this month

From June 18 to 25 at the Music Hall, let yourself be carried away by one of the most famous love stories ever sung: Giacomo Pucciniit’s La Boheme. The Cincinnati Opera opens its 2022 summer festival with this beloved opera, marking the company’s return to Music Hall after nearly three …

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Kamal Haasan-star still holds strong

Kamal Haasan featured VikramName and Adivi Sesh biographical drama Major recently locked the horns with each other at the box office. The film was released on the big screen on June 3, 2022. In Major, Adivi Sesh steps into the lead role of the late Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan who was …

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University of North Carolina School of the Arts Selects Design Team for Stevens Center Renovation

The University of North Carolina (UNCSA) School of the Arts has announced the selection of nationally recognized Charlotte-based Little Diversified Architectural Consulting and Los Angeles-based Steinberg Hart as the design team who will lead the first phase of a comprehensive, multi-phase renovation of Historic Center Stevens in downtown Winston-Salem. The …

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REVEILS at the Opera Theater of Saint Louis

Dr Sacks, Dr Podsnap and staff “And what is so rare as a day in June? Well I would say a sweet evening in June, outside, on the lawn of the park of the Opéra Théâtre de Saint Louis, enjoying a picnic and wine. It was really beautiful. We had …

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Christopher John Rogers Resort Collection 2023

Joy, pleasure, exuberance. As the world shifted back to post-pandemic, designers have strived to channel those feelings into their clothing. For Christopher John Rogers, it all seems to come quite naturally. He raced down the track last night, jumping and pirouetting and enjoying his standing ovation. It was Rogers’ first …

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The Performing Arts Return to Historic Bayou Road with the Opening of the André Cailloux Center for Performing Arts and Cultural Justice

The former St. Rose de Lima Church on Bayou Road will once again serve as a site for the performing arts in New Orleans. Led by three community members, Lauren E. Turner, Dr. David Robinson-Morris and Dr. Robin G. Vander, the André Cailloux Center for Performing Arts and Cultural Justice …

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Ilaiyaraaja praises Ranjani Gayatri, following their concert based on his compositions | Tamil Cinema News

Ilaiyaraaja is one of the most respected composers in the Indian music industry. The seasoned composer, who has composed for dozens of films in different languages, has been in the industry for several decades. And a few words of appreciation from the maestro mean a lot and great encouragement to …

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‘Dream of the Red Chamber’ returns to SF Opera where it was born | Culture

“Dream of the Red Room”, which went from San Francisco Opera to success at the 2017 Hong Kong Arts Festival and then touring China, was the last major contribution of former SF Opera general manager David Gockley, before retiring. Cory Weaver/San Francisco Opera As San Francisco Opera resumes its 2016 …

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Kamal Haasan’s star breaks Rs 150 crore worldwide

Kamal Haasan star “Vikram” has been buzzing the internet for over a month, and the action drama was released on Friday, June 3. Opened to positive reviews, “Vikram” has transformed to garner massive fan attention, with most shows selling out over the past three days. Now the latest update from …

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Donkey makes his Met Opera debut

Wanda, the donkey making her Metropolitan Opera debut this season, prepares to take the stage for the Cafe Momus stage of ‘La Boheme,’ in New York City. photos: DINA LITOVSKY/nyt Backstage at the Metropolitan Opera, before the curtain rose recently on a revival of Puccini’s La Bohème, a donkey wearing …

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Day One Collection Worth Crores, Mixed Fan Reaction And More

Bollywood actor, Akshay Kumar is currently awaiting audience reaction to his recently released film, Samrat Prithviraj. The hunk has been on his toes for the past few weeks as he’s been busy promoting his movie with his co-star, Manushi Chillar. Apart from them, the film also featured actors Sanjay Dutt …

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Ólafur Arnalds will perform his ethereal compositions at the Walt Disney Concert Hall on June 14

Icelandic composer, multi-instrumentalist and producer Ólafur Arnalds will present his eclectic creations at the Walt Disney Concert Hall on June 14. Known for his blend of classic symphonic music and modern pop elegance, Arnalds is an extremely prolific creator who has released albums almost every year since 2007 when he …

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Signature Levitt Summer Camp Shines a Light on Urban Creative Arts in Downtown Dayton

“We are thrilled to be returning to Levitt Pavilion Dayton for the second year of camp,” echoed the Sierra Leone poet of Signature Educational Solutions, who serves as co-director of the camp with her husband, Robert N. Owens. “The students felt so connected last year and also felt so safe …

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Ranjani-Gayatri will give a Carnatic interpretation to Raaja’s compositions | Tamil Cinema News

The compositions of music composer Ilaiayaraaja will receive a Carnatic interpretation in a unique concert by Ranjani and Gayatri this weekend. Talking about how the idea of ​​doing such a concert came about, Ranjani and Gayatri said, “The first time we met Raaja sir was when he invited us to …

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In “Awakenings”, Opera Theater presents the real Oliver Sacks

Dr. Oliver Sacks has won worldwide acclaim for writing about his experiences with people with unusual neurological disorders. His work has resulted in several adaptations for stage and screen. A 1990 film adaptation of his 1973 book “Awakenings” starred Robin Williams as a doctor based on Sacks and Robert Deniro …

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KGF 2 Collection 50 days at the box office worldwide | KGF Chapter 2 50 Days Box Office Collections | KGF Chapter 2 Day 50 Box Office Collections Worldwide

New oi-Ch Sowmya Sruthi | Updated: Thursday, June 2, 2022, 12:35 PM [IST] The most expensive film ever made in Kannada, KGF Chapter 2, set massive records all over the world. The film took the country by storm and put the Kannada film industry on the global map. The film …

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