Bulgarian pianist featured in latest 'Musical Heals Us' concert in Madison Feb. 2

Bulgarian pianist featured in latest 'Musical Heals Us' concert in Madison Feb. 2

Bulgarian pianist Anna Petrova will be featured at the “Music Heals Us” concert on Feb. 2 in Madison. … Featured Bulgarian pianist Anna Petrova has won renown for her superb technical mastery and for the nuance and vitality that she brings to her performances, a news released points out.
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Tomáš dedicates concert to legendary conductor

WNO's recent concert at St David's Hall (14 Jan) was incredibly well received by the packed audience. It was a very special moment for Music Director Tomáš Hanus who dedicated the concert to the legendary conductor Jiří Bělohlávek who passed away last year. We were honoured
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North Korea canceled a cultural-exchange concert and blamed 'insulting' South Korean media …

After North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's announcement of his country's willingness to appear at the Winter Olympics earlier this month, South Korean news networks have focused on reporting minute details of the North Korean delegation and the public sentiment in the country — including t
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Q & A: James Montgomery, headliner for Beverly benefit concert

Whether it has been jamming in Boston University's Myles Standish Hall with future Doobie Brothers guitarist Jeff “Skunk” Baxter, spending New Year's Eve in a limousine with Mick Jagger, or playing on a multi-platinum Uncle Kracker record produced by Kid Rock (“one of the swee
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Alumnus plans benefit concert for Marshall County High School

MARSHALL COUNTY, KY (KFVS) -. Many studies have found that listening to music is a practical way to reduce a person's stress and anxiety in a variety of circumstances. After news broke of the shooting at Marshall County High School Tuesday Jake Petway, who graduated from the school and has
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Ogdensburg community chorus spring concert will feature new director

OGDENSBURG — The Ogdensburg community chorus known as Pro Musica has a new director as it begins its 51st year of song in the north country. Andrew Arcello is a music and choral teacher at Lisbon Central School who has an extensive international background in music and performance.
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