Meditation music

John McLaughlin: “For me, music is a form of meditation and self-discovery, especially if you improvise”

The coronavirus pandemic has brought countless forms of difficulty: from catastrophic to tedious and everything in between. It has affected the health, finances and emotional well-being of hundreds of millions of people around the world. It has forced many of us to fundamentally change the way we work, take care …

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Pulitzer Prize for Music awarded to Native American composer Raven Chacon

(Photo credit: Adolphe Pierre-Louis) Diné composer, performer and installation artist Raven Chacon is a member of the Navajo Nation and is currently based in Albuquerque. At the height of the COVID-19 lockdowns, Chacon began writing the 16-minute work”Mass without voice” for pipe organ accompanied by strings, wind instruments and percussion. …

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Weaving Peace With Music Music Composer Rohansh Pandit Makes Big Musical Debut With “Say No To War”

MUMBAI: Rohansh’s single “Say No To War” gives us plenty to celebrate. As he makes his debut in the Indian music industry, he has built his single around melody, harmony and rhythm which interact in meaningful, powerful and magical ways. He describes the song as a genuine attempt to dissolve …

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The best new music to hit my inbox this week – Slog

HTRK: making anomie erotic. Agnieszka Chabros HTRK, “Fast Friend (Demo)” (N&J Blueberries) For people who think early Cowboy Junkies seem too crowded and loud, you might find duo HTRK from Melbourne, Australia more in tune with your laid-back attitude. Consisting of vocalist Jonnine Standish and guitarist/producer Nigel Yang, HTRK (pronounced …

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RoundGlass Unveils Music for Wellness Channel on YouTube Featuring Songs Created to Enhance the Meditation Experience

RoundGlass is a global holistic wellness company dedicated to empowering and empowering people on their personal wellness journey. RoundGlass’ mission is simple yet ambitious: to inspire the power of holistic wellness to create a happier, healthier and more joyful world. The company achieves this by investing in and developing new …

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Helado Negro brings an unconventional take on Latin music to Brighton Music Hall

Early in his career, Roberto Carlos Lange – the leader and mastermind of Helado Negro – wrote a song that became an underground classic, “Young, Latin and Proud”. Although his audience took the song to heart, it was a song he wrote largely for himself. “I wrote this in 2014 …

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Music club set to finish what it started before 2020 lockdown

Richard Ormrod and Mary Hofman should play in Newport The Newport Music Club managed to attend the second concert in its epic series of Beethoven Violin Sonatas in March 2020 – with club members breathing a sigh of relief at the thought of finishing their season. Today, more than two …

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Drums, drones and drifting happiness: 10 of Klaus Schulze’s greatest recordings | Music

Tangerine Dream – Journey Through a Burning Brain (1970) Klaus Schulze’s first appearance on vinyl was as a drummer in the fledgling Tangerine Dream, a band that looked nothing like the Tangerine Dream who were famous in the mid-70s for their beatless, beatific electronic epics. The frazzled and sometimes terrifying …

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New destination for plant-based foods and live music opens in Healdsburg

While more laid-back in its approach, Little Saint retains the same product-focused philosophies as SingleThread, its three-Michelin-star sister restaurant located a few blocks from downtown Healdsburg. When the Connaughtons first opened the restaurant in 2016, they intended to create a multi-course menu sourced from their dedicated farm and its many …

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Review of the New Music Biennale – a witty mix of genres and styles | Classical music

Jhe structure of the PRS Foundation’s New Music Biennial now seems firmly established. A weekend featuring 20 mostly new works, each with a nominal running time of just 15 minutes, and each performed twice in an hour-long slot, separated by a discussion board with the composer and possibly be the …

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LÓN, Ári Arelíus, Between Mountains & Jónas Sig

It’s officially summer now, and while the weather is still decidedly chilly, The Reykjavík Grapevine has the hottest new tracks for your listening pleasure. See what we did there? Pun intended, we’re all about it. All of these tracks – and many more The Grapevine has brought to you over …

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Northern Nights music festival will have cannabis retailers at every stop

Organizers of the Northern Nights Music Festival announced this week that the 2022 edition of the event will be the first music festival to have dispensaries located on stages and the first to feature multiple on-site cannabis retailers. The event is scheduled to take place July 15-17, 2022 at Cook’s …

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Music as Medicine – The New Indian Express

Express press service Rishab Sharma is a 23 year old with big shoes to fill. He is the fourth generation of the famous Rikhi Ram family, known for making classical instruments, and was also the youngest disciple of the late Pt Ravi Shankar. He is now touring India promoting his …

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Music amidst the rubble | Philippe Yancey

As Holy Week approaches each year, I turn to my favorite part of the Gospels, John 13-17. Many other passages seem rushed. They leave me yearning for more sensory detail and pondering the significance of Jesus’ cryptic words. In these five chapters, the author slows down the pace almost cinematically. …

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Jojo Immanuel-Lawson releases official video for “THE CROSS” | Music

International gospel artist, Jojo Immanuel-Lawson, a Briton/Ghanaian with over 30 years of ministry, presents his official ‘Single’ and music video – ‘THE CROSS’. The captivating lyrics and performance of “The Cross” are an evocative reminder of the price of our reconciliation and God’s ultimate act of mercy. The lyrics take …

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Shawn Mendes Opens Up About Camila Cabello Breakup, New Music & Failing Acting Audition

Shawn Mendes has opened up about his Camila Cabello dump after the music megastars ended their two-year relationship late last year. In an exclusive interview with Sunrise, the 23-year-old singing sensation reflected on his post-breakup life and opened up about his new life as a single man. Watch Shawn’s full …

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The week in classic: Igor Levit; Sean Shibe – review | Classical music

IIf you collected information about the Russian-German pianist Igor Levit, surely he can’t resist a marathon. The requirements of performing long works, alone on stage, need not be specified. Levit’s motivation, evident in every note he plays, is music. At the start of lockdown in 2020, when the world was …

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Shawn Mendes’ single ‘When You’re Gone’ inspired by breakup | Music

JOHN CARUCCI Associated Press NEW YORK — As Shawn Mendes prepares to embark on a massive world tour, the 23-year-old has released a moving single reflecting on his split from Camila Cabello. Mendes says “When You’re Gone” was about processing the loss of his life. (Cabello has his own album …

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Discover the synergy between music and the big ideas of history in a new book

LIVINGSTON, Mont. (PRWEB) 06 April 2022 Based on extensive research, “Einstein’s Violin: The Love Affair between Science, Music, and History’s Most Creative Thinkers” (published by Archway Publishing) by Douglas Wadle tells the story of how music alters recognition software shapes in people’s brains, allowing for more creative problem solving. …

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The best new free music creation software: the must-have freeware of April 2022

There’s certainly no shortage of free plugins available for music makers these days. In fact, there are almost – dare we say it – too muchwith the ever-increasing abundance of gifts making the task of sifting through the pile more time-consuming and laborious by the day. This is where we …

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Watain releases a new music video for “We Remain”

EXPECT have released a new music video! The new music video, for the song We stayis taken from the Swedish black metal band’s forthcoming album, Watain’s agony and ecstasy, slated for release in April this year. The new song features noble contributions from Farida Lemouchi [ex-THE DEVIL’S BLOOS, MOLASSES] and …

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Here’s how music has a positive impact on your mental health

Music is a powerful thing. Besides its entertainment value, listening to music has incredibly positive effects on the brain. More specifically, music can change the way we act, feel and think. Researchers have found that music increases memory and retention while maximizing learning abilities. Our brain triggers particular emotions, memories, …

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ArtSEA: Dance legends bring conflict, joy and music to Seattle stages

Seattle audiences have two more ways to experience the magic of dance in person this weekend, with visits from two superstar companies. the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater arrives at Primal Theater (March 26-27) to showcase several different mixed bills showcasing the company’s 60-year history – including Blue Suitewhich launched …

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Arcade Fire will perform at the Juno Awards 2022

Arcade Fire teased their first album in five years, Wefor weeks, and now it’s been announced that the band will also be performing at the 2022 Juno Awards. This will be the first in-person iteration of the event since the COVID-19 pandemic began. The group, which debuted on the Montreal …

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Rhythm Regulates the Brain: The Impact of Music (and More) on Mental Health

In a short article by The Underground Music Reportmusic therapist Molly Warren recounts the successes of her work in a psychiatric hospital and residential treatment center, noting how many patients are enthusiastic about “expressing themselves and experiencing safety, peace and comfort”. that music offers: “Research shows the benefits of music …

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Listen to the Australian Art Music playlist: March 2022

Perth-based composer, sound artist and singer Rachel Dease opens our playlist this month, blurring the lines between contemporary songwriting, theatrical soundscape and art music in its latest release I’m here. by Sia Ahmad Breather loop one takes that focus on movement and mood and creates a meditative space to really …

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Microphones take their fans to church

Indie legends The Microphones played a late night set last Tuesday (March 8, 2022) at St. Ann’s and Holy Trinity Church. The venue is known for hosting other indie favorites such as Nick Cave and Sonic Youth over the years. Emily Sprague at St. Ann’s and the Holy Trinity Church …

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Classical music involves peace, harmony, spirituality, says Amaan

Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): Classical music involves peace, meditation and spirituality; it cannot be compared to Bollywood songs of rap music, says Aman Ali Bangash, son of Sarod maestro Amjad Ali Khan. Amaan who was in Bhopal on Saturday to perform at Hriday Drishyam, a two-day music festival held in the …

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Uniting for Youth Mental Wellness: Music Row at the Mae

River Street Promotions has been forced to repeatedly postpone its winter fundraiser, but the five friends are thrilled to bring their collaborating singer-songwriters back from Nashville to Moose Jaw on April 29. River Street Promotions has been forced to repeatedly postpone its winter fundraiser, but the five friends are thrilled …

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Give your music mood lighting with this Bluetooth speaker and candle combo

Suggest participates in affiliate programs with various companies. Links from the Suggest website that lead to purchases or bookings on affiliate sites generate revenue for Suggest. This means that Suggest may earn a commission if/when you click or purchase through affiliate links. Technology has come a long way. Obviously, the …

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NOTE: SUSAN SONTAG – Conscience Harnessed to Flesh + New Music This Week

Susan Sontag was more than just a writer. Her topic deeply touched her life (she wrote about her battle with breast cancer in the early 70s) and the lives of others. A lifelong avid reader and writer, Sontag never liked being called “an intellectual” – instead, she preferred to be …

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Photofit Music is now expanding its horizons and venturing into a new segment, introducing “Photofit Bhakti” | Odisha News | Latest news from Odisha

Producer Mr. Suresh Bhanushali marks the details of his new music industry introduction Photofit Music Bhakti. “Photofit Bhakti is another extension of Photofit Music, with devotional songs that bring you closer to the path of Bhakti”. “Contributing to music in various genres and playing a role in the Punjabi, Haryanvi …

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Interview Game Changer Women in Music 2022 – Billboard

Saweetie keeps reminding you that she graduated, but she will never stop learning. She walks into the Polo Lounge at the Beverly Hills Hotel in late January in Elle Woods’ ceremonial attire: a fuschia silk pantsuit, a red Birkin Hermès in her hand – the kind she’s rapped about countless …

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The Brooklyn Academy of Music will review Shahram Mokri’s films

TEHRAN — The Brooklyn Academy of Music plans to review the films of Iranian filmmaker Shahram Mokri during a special program starting Friday. The screenings will be followed by question-and-answer sessions, which Mokri will participate in, the academy announced. His latest drama “Careless Crime,” which won the Premio Bisato d’Oro …

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Revizor, nature adventure soundtrack [VIDEO]

Zvjezdan Ruzic and Vedran Krizan YouTube screenshot February 18, 2022 – Croatian musician and producer Vedran Križan, who describes himself as a nature lover and outdoor enthusiast, has created a unique project that combines two of his greatest loves – music and nature Check out the Revizor project, a series …

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How music helps us talk to dolphins

Credit: Shutterstock The universal language of music could serve as a gateway to communicate with dolphins and potentially open doors to learn more about the naturally curious creatures, according to researchers from the Australian National University (ANU). An ANU-led experiment conducted in Port Stephens, New South Wales, aboard the Imagine …

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A Doctor’s Road to Leisure – The New Indian Express

Express press service HYDERABAD: The life of doctors, especially in the midst of an unprecedented pandemic, can stress them without any length. Waking up to the idea of ​​putting their lives on the line every day has become a way of life. Not to mention the lack of real long …

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A dance to the music of time and TS Eliot

In its beginning is its end. In its end is its beginning. These tail-eating lines, paraphrased from TS Eliot’s poem “Four Quartets,” tell you about the outer form of “Four Quartets,” Pam Tanowitz’s highly acclaimed dance which made its New York debut at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on Thursday. …

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The best music festivals in Wales

Did you know that there are great musicians from Wales? outraged Tom Jones, obviously. Alongside the interpreter of “Sex Bomb”, there is Catfish and the Bottlemen, Neck Deep, Marina and the Diamonds, Bullet For My Valentine, Stereophonics and Manger. They don’t call it Song Country for nothing! Speaking of great …

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Singer-songwriter Lucy Dacus brings ‘Kissing Lessons’ to Detroit’s Majestic Theater | Music function | Detroit

Click to enlarge Erin Suorenko Lucy Dacus relives her youth so you don’t have to. Most people remember their childhood as a scrapbook – the bright, happy stories embellished with embellishments as they are told again and again, while the darkest times remain buried in the attic, never to emerge. …

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Famous Classical Music Singer Bill Murray Talks New Documentary Concert

Night fell and Bill Murray and his musical collaborators had a full day of interviews and a surprise pop-up performance at the Carlyle Hotel. (They’ll surprise fans the next day with an impromptu set in Washington Square Park.) They’re still late as they discuss what’s next on the agenda. Clearly, …

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A documentary about the music, money and madness of Jimi Hendrix is ​​coming to theaters

01/27/2022 Movie poster (Bob Merlis) The long-awaited worldwide theatrical debut of Music, Money, Madness… Jimi Hendrix In Maui, Abramorama’s Grammy-nominated documentary, will take place next month. The film will premiere simultaneously in Buffalo, Oklahoma City, Tacoma and various California cities. Screenings will also take place throughout February in cities across …

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Nicolas Cage reflects on movies, music and what makes him happy

Nicolas Cage dreamed of acting in films when he worked in a movie theater as a teenager. He received some of the best reviews of his career with “Pig”. (Ryan Pfluger/For The Time) Nicolas Cage and I are seated in the middle of the Nuart Theater, the art house bastion …

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Regard Music joins independent licensing agency IMPEL

US-based music publishing administrator Regard Music has joined IMPEL for pan-European licensing of its featured works. Regard Music is a publishing services company founded by Sean O’Malley. O’Malley, an executive with more than 20 years of experience in music publishing and operations, including licensing, royalty collection and distribution, data processing …

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Sirius XM: How to use SiriusXM’s soothing music channels to relieve stress and sleep better

During stressful times (looking at you, the Covid-19 pandemic, and the 24-hour news cycle), soothing music can help ease your minds. Relax-worthy music channels on SiriusXM, featuring ambient music, slow-tempo instrumentals, and meditative melodies, can promote feelings of relaxation and tranquility. Instead of pulling your hair out, pull out your …

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Kristine Leschper (fka Mothers) shares the music video for “Picture Window”

Kristine Leschper (fka Mothers) shares a video for “Picture Window,” the latest single from her upcoming album, The Opening, Or Closing Of A Door, which will be released March 4 via ANTI-Records. The self-directed video is inspired by the song’s lyrics: “It’s like a picture, I think, one where we’re …

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The MOTET performs secular music during its concert “The Twelve Days of Christmas”

A Vancouver-based chamber ensemble under the direction of its founder and Gibsons resident David Poon presented nearly 500 years of sacred choral music during a performance at St. Hilda’s Anglican Church in Sechelt on January 3. The MOTET choir was founded in 2014 by Poon. The band has performed their …

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The Color of Cyan – Music News

Guideline registers (label) December 01, 2022 (published) 1 d There is no doubt that Chicago has become a major hub in the post-rock world. With two of the strongest bands of the genre, Russian Circles and Pelican hailing from Windy City, you have to wonder what’s in the water to …

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My challenge to sing gospel music in the USA – Saint D

By Christopher Oji For US-based Cameroonian gospel singer, Saint D, his passion for music was fueled at the University of Buea in Cameroon. The musician, however, started his professional career on a high note when he started collaborating with renowned artists like Adele Clarice, Mary-Sol, Benson Enowben Bass, Corine la …

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Sounds Local: Retrospective on the local music scene

It’s time to say goodbye to 2021, a year of roller coasters if there ever was one! And as we move towards 2022, all I can say is tighten your seat belts, because this journey shows no signs of slowing down. Just when it seemed like life was getting back …

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Music can help modern workers in more ways than one

Breadcrumb Links Purchase essentials Business essentials From relaxation and creative inspiration to helping with content creation, music is a tool to explore. Author of the article: StackCommerce Release date : 08 Jan 2022 • 15 hours ago • 3 minutes to read Photo by StackCommerce The opinions and recommendations are …

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EXCLUSIVE! KS Chithra: I believe in the magic of music | Malayalam Movie News

42 years as a professional playback singer, six National Film Awards, Padma Shri, Padma Bhushan, Rashtrapati Award for ‘First Ladies’, first Indian woman to be honored by the British Parliament in the House of Commons, 36 state awards different, and over 25,000 songs beyond KS Chithra remains as innocent as …

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From Martial Arts to Music: How RSS Attracts Boys to School Camps

The recent mistreatment of a senior police official by RSS agents in Coimbatore has drawn attention to the special camps organized by the Hindutva organization in schools, with the aim of attracting young boys to its fold. Deputy Police Commissioner (City of North Coimbatore) T Jayachandran who had attended a …

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Chawa Lilith Releases Ultimate Meditation Music EP With Ambient Sounds And Enchanting Voices

Cover of the EP Euphonious Chawa Lilith promotional photo Chawa Lilith promotional photo 2 Ambient meditation music artist Chawa Lilith explores truly wide ground on her enchanting and meditative new EP “Euphonious”, released on December 14, 2021. Euphonious is a message from the heart! It is a sign and an …

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Our music editor’s picks for the best albums of the year | Music news | Spokane | Interior of the Pacific Northwest

Click to enlarge ten. CROSSED STARKACEY MUSGRAVES Click to enlarge Nothing gold can stay. After the dream bliss of the instant classic Golden hour, Kacey Musgraves’ marriage fell apart. Star crossed serves as her divorce album. Departing completely from his country roots for a more grown-up pop sound, Musgraves struggles …

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Oasis Music Festival Celebrates Palm Springs Music Book

Palm Springs Kennel Club Dog Show / January 6-9 Sit back and stay at the Empire Polo Club, where mutts and their trainers compete to win in over 35 breed-specific shows, as well as obedience and rally competitions. kennel club palmsprings.org Palm Springs International Film Festival / January 6-17 Opening …

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Hidden Gems 2021: The Great Albums You May Have Missed Music

(Long editions)A 39-minute immersive meditation, Nine movements is the work of the Australian composer based in California Matthew Liam Nicholson, based on the harmonic interaction of singing bowls, LA jazz outlier Miguel Atwood-Fergusonthe strings and percussions of the babbling brook. Encounters with this work in nature include places as disparate …

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Make Music Winter is set to return next week

Make Music Winter, a free outdoor musical celebration with exuberant and participatory parades, performances and events across New York City and dozens of US cities, returns during the Winter Solstice on Tuesday, December 21. The annual event welcomes people of all ages and musical abilities to celebrate the joy of …

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Give Vermont Music: Art’s Picks | Rutland Reader

The Times Argus / Rutland Herald music critics offer recommendations on the best popular music Vermont has produced this year for Christmas gifts. Pete’s Posse: ‘Yeah Know, you never know ‘ The talented trad / roots trio Pete’s Posse have released a double album of instruments and songs, “Ya Know, …

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Music to ring the new year

The Toronto Symphony Orchestra is ringing in the New Year with a range of musical experiences from the classical precision of Bach and the romance of Wagner and Mendelssohn, to the jazz styles of the great “Satchmo” –Louis armstrong. Contemporary works from the world’s best composers, including TSO Spotlight Artist …

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One-night-only experiential performance by Alicia Keys interweaving music, meditation, movement, art and technology at Superblue Miami

Hosted by Superblue, Therme Art and neurotechnology pioneer MindMaze, a secret party marked the launch of a new series of MYND experiential programs, designed to reveal how the arts can promote well-being in body and mind. Last night, at a special one-night-only event hosted by Superblue, Therme Art and neurotechnology …

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Give Vermont Music: Art’s Picks | Vermont Arts

The Times Argus / Rutland Herald music critics offer recommendations on the best popular music Vermont has produced this year for Christmas gifts. Pete’s Posse: “You know, you never know” The talented trad / roots trio Pete’s Posse have released a double album of instruments and songs, “Ya Know, Ya …

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Electronic music tracks to help you work and study

Studying takes a lot of energy, focus and commitment, which is why young students look for creative but effective ways to improve their performance. Some people drink a lot of coffee or energy drinks, while others practice meditation or yoga exercises to stimulate their brain cells. Others like to listen …

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Where’s the band now?

They’re not going anywhere! JAGMAC is here to stay with tons of plans for the future. The musical group – composed of siblings Jared, Angelic, Gabriel, Manjo, Alyssa and CJ Patalinghug – formed in 2014 and began its rise to fame. In 2018 they were named Radio Disney’s Next Big …

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Adele Says ‘I Drink Wine’ Music Video Will Inspire Halloween Costumes

Adele performs onstage at the 59th GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center on February 12, 2017 in Los Angeles, California., During a YouTube appearance by makeup artist Nikkie Tutorials, Adele revealed some details about her upcoming music video for “I Drink Wine” 30 album. Nikkie de Jager wanted to show off …

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One Night Only Experiential Performance by Alicia Keys interweaving music, meditation, movement, art and technology at

Hosted by Superblue, Therme Art and neurotechnology pioneer MindMaze, a secret party marked the launch of a new series of MYND experiential programs, designed to reveal how the arts can promote well-being in body and mind. (The Magazine Plus Editorial): – Miami, Florida, December 2, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Last night …

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Make music Winter returns on December 21

NEW YORK, November 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Make Music Winter, a free outdoor musical celebration with exuberant and participatory parades, performances and events throughout new York and in dozens of American cities, will return to the winter solstice, Tuesday, December 21. The annual event welcomes people of all …

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Music, inspiration for Christmas at the Lutheran Church of Peace

Take the time to connect with yourself and with the true Christmas spirit by listening to music and inspirational words starting at 6 p.m. on Wednesdays, December 1, 8 and 15, at the Lutheran Church of Peace near the Grass Valley town center. Peace Lutheran Church offers a time of …

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Friends of Chamber Music present NY Polyphony | Latest titles

The New York Polyphony a cappella group will perform a free concert at 7 p.m. Friday at A&M United Methodist Church, sponsored by the Friends of Chamber Music. “Sing Thee Nowell” will feature music from the Middle Ages to the 21st century. The concert can also be broadcast live. PHOTO …

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Music by Mark Elder and Hallé which seduced and sparkling, and the best of classical concerts in November

In these post-pandemic times, should orchestras come up with daring programs to prove that they are still alive and performing artistically, or play it safe to entice audiences back into the concert hall? On Sunday night, the Britten Sinfonia came up with an elegant solution to the question: They did …

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Friends, Music, Peace and Thanksgiving | News, Sports, Jobs

Longtime friends and colleagues Uncle George Kahumoku Jr. and KAOI Maui radio host Cindy Paulos bring peace in these trying times through their music and various projects. Kahumoku, a West Side resident, master guitarist and winner of multiple Grammy and Na Hoku Hanohano awards, and Paulos, a multi-talented musician and …

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First Look The Music Man, a commercial jingle for Regina Comet, Project Shaw, Black No More and Park Avenue Armory Season 2022 – Times Square Chronicles

The highly anticipated revival of Meredith Willson The man of music. With two Tony Awards®, Grammy Award®, and Emmy Award®-Winning star Hugh Jackman as Professor Harold Hill, and also starring two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster as Marian The Librarian, premieres for The man of music are scheduled to begin …

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Jon Hopkins’ music for psychedelic therapy, you should try it

Jon hopkinsPhoto: Steve gullick This is the kind of music for which the phrase “I don’t know if it’s really for me” sounds tailor-made.made. A collection of sounds captured during field recordings in an Ecuadorian cave 200 feet below the Amazon rainforest? Buzzing synthesizers played through loudspeakers hanging in the …

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SHU’s new theater manager records music for Macy’s Thanksgiving parade

FAIRFIELD – Millions of viewers will be able to discover the work of the new director of the University of the Sacred Heart’s Community Theater on the occasion of Thanksgiving. Matt Oestreicher, from Fairfield, has not only worked with a number of famous musicians, but has also recorded all of …

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10 books to give to a music lover in 2021

2021 has been a busy year for music book releases. Between Brandi Carlile’s hard-hitting memoir, “Broken Horses,” and former New York Times music critic Kelefa Sanneh’s in-depth examination of popular music history in “Major Labels,” there are some great reads. to discover. We’ve made it easy for you to find …

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Maya Shenfeld shares new “Body, Electric” music video

Composer and sound artist Maya Shenfeld shared the new music video for “Body, Electric,” from her upcoming debut album In Free Fall, released on January 28, 2022. A collaboration with visual artist Pedro Maia, known for his work with Vessel, Lucretia Dalt, Shapednoise and more, “Body, Electric” explores the album …

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Stratford Latin teacher finds reward in music

STRATFORD – Dylan Connor is not related to Neil Young, but he still considers him family. “He’s one of my biggest influences. He doesn’t know, but he’s my uncle. I call him Uncle Neil, ”Connor said. The Bunnell High School Latin teacher is also a musician and drew inspiration from …

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Album review: Lazerbeak – Cameron

Madeleine Thézan November 2, 2021 – 9:00 a.m. Take a moment to find peace with the latest version of Lazerbeak In his announcement for his new album Cameron, Aaron Mader, known as Lazerbeak, mentions that he wanted “[thread the lines]”Serene, meditative energy with the “crazy and chaotic energy” of her …

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