Peabody Students and Alumni Featured in Upcoming Concert

Peabody Students and Alumni Featured in Upcoming Concert

Charm City Baroque, which is made up of current and former Peabody students, is giving a concert on Sunday, March 25, at 3:00 pm, at St. Ignatius Church in Baltimore, Md. They will present Luigi Boccherini's Stabat Mater and his string trios in this free concert. Graduate students Stephanie Zimm
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Noblesville Parks Concert Series, ZPL form partnership

“With the success of last year's concerts and events, we are expanding our free shows this year, to give the community more opportunities to enjoy Federal Hill Commons throughout the summer,” Noblesville Parks Director Brandon Bennett stated in a news release. “We are excited to w
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New Bern Homes and Gardens Tour takes year off

The New Bern Historical Society's annual Spring Homes and Gardens Tour is taking a year off this spring, reverting to an earlier event schedule of every-other year. This comes on the 51st anniversary of the tour in 2017, which featured 11 homes and five gardens in the Downtown Historic District,
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'Macross' Continues Its 35th Anniversary With More Concerts And Exhibitions

From concerts to events at Tokyo Skytree, the continuing 35th anniversary of the Macross saga has a lot to offer. Firstly, we had the Walküre … The good news is that Macross is not going away anytime soon, as the fanbase here is thoroughly massive and is amply catered for. With any luck, we wil
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Riverfolk Cultural Art String Concert Series In Third Year

The Riverfolk Blacksmith Shop Concert Series was started in 2016 to fill a void in Manchester. When summer music festivals were stopped the only thing going on downtown was gazebo concerts, but these were only occurring in June, July, and August. Leaving a void to fill from September to May.
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David Byrne Begins 1st Solo Tour Since 2009 At Count Basie Theatre In Red Bank

When David Byrne announced the first six shows of the tour, he accompanied the news with a note explaining what was in store. The line that jumped out was, “This is the most ambitious show I've done since the shows that were filmed for Stop Making Sense,” in reference to Jonathan Demme
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