High-profile Nobel Prize Concert to highlight violinist Lisa Batiashvili

High-profile Nobel Prize Concert to highlight violinist Lisa Batiashvili

Previous artists performing at the Nobel Prize Concert have included celebrated violinist Janine Jansen and conductor Gustavo Dudamel. Marking its 13th edition his year, the Nobel concert will be held at the Stockholm Concert Hall on December 8. German-based Lisa Batiashvili is a recipient of two
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Percussion Ensemble spring concert, April 15

The concert will also feature a performance by the Normal Community West High School Percussion Ensemble and the Graduated Percussion Ensemble. The NCWHS ensemble will perform Dr. Gradus ad Parnassum and Catching Shadows and join the ISU Percussion Ensemble for “a whispering…
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Old Main concert Saturday, April 14 to celebrate women in the arts

Ivana Ugrčić is a world-class flutist and the artistic director for the Rural Musicians Forum in Spring Green, Wis. Contributed. Facebook · Twitter · Email; Print; Save. Flutist, Ivana Ugrčić, of Serbia and pianist, Satako Hayami, of Japan will present a spring concert at 7:30 p.m. Sat
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Ordinary heroes to be highlighted during Behrend's spring choir concert

ERIE, Pa. — You don't have to be super to be a hero. Sometimes being a trusted neighbor or helpful friend is enough. The Choirs of Penn State Behrend will offer a reminder of just how important ordinary heroes can be later this month during their annual spring concert. “We are the ones
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Pink forgot her own lyrics at a concert, reacted in the most relatable way ever

Pink is nothing if not an expert at her craft, and she wasn't about to let something like forgetting her own lyrics ruin her Madison Square Garden performance on Wednesday, April 4th. The pop star and renowned aerial dancing aficionado slipped up on the lyrics to “Who Knew” at her New
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Man sentenced to 6 years in 2015 Scott County concert death

HUNTSVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – A Cleveland, Tennessee, man was sentenced Thursday to six years in prison after pleading guilty to charges associated with driving through a crowd at a 2015 Trace Adkins concert in Huntsville, killing one person and injuring others. Billy Jason Carson, 45, entered Alford
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