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Memorable music opens Paradise Symphony Orchestra season – Chico Enterprise

The Paradise Symphony Orchestra will open its new 2020 season with memorable music. On Sunday, Jan. 19, at 7 p.m. the orchestra will take classical music to the movies at Paradise Performing Arts Center, 777 Nunneley Lane. Under the direction of Lloyd Roby, the PSO concert will open with the iconic “Swan Lake” theme from […]

Mark Dancigers to lead New Music New College series – Sarasota Herald

Musician and professor succeeds the retiring founder Stephen Miles as director of the contemporary music program For the first time in 22 years, New Music New College will have new artistic leadership. Stephen Miles, the music professor who launched the contemporary music program in 1998, is retiring at the end of the academic year and […]

Honoring Martin Luther King Jr. Through Music

Wynton Marsalis In a musical celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy, a group of students and one alumna from the University of Denver’s Lamont School of Music will take the stage at Denver jazz club Dazzle on Monday night to play a selection of songs by black classical composers. “Dazzle is very excited to […]

Honoring Martin Luther King Jr. Through Music

Wynton Marsalis In a musical celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy, a group of students and one alumna from the University of Denver’s Lamont School of Music will take the stage at Denver jazz club Dazzle on Monday night to play a selection of songs by black classical composers. “Dazzle is very excited to […]

Music program for at-risk teens wins $500,000 grant – The San Diego Union

David’s Harp Foundation, an East Village music education foundation for at-risk teens, was chosen this week as one of just three change-making organizations in America to receive the inaugural $500,000 Lewis Prize for Music. The goal of the just-launched New York philanthropic organization is to invest in leaders who are making positive change in their […]

OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder thinks the future of music is in wearables

New artists like Lil Nas X and Billie Eilish, both nominees for the “Best New Artist” category at the 2020 Grammy Awards, are popular on music streaming services. According to Spotify’s Wrap It Up report, which lists the top streamed artists over the decade on the platform, Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road – Remix” […]

Field Music: Making a New World | Review

For their eighth record, the English art-rock band Field Music have made a concept album about the aftermath of World War I, aka the 20th century. Originating at London’s Imperial War Museum, Making a New World begins with a song based on a graphical recording of the last shots fired in the war and goes […]

Why a Grammy-Nominated Music Producer Is Suing the Major Music Companies

Grammy-nominated producer Michael Stokes has filed a lawsuit against numerous major music industry entities for copyright infringement, conversion and intentional interference with prospective economic advantage, unfair business practices, unjust enrichment and financial elder abuse. Stokes, also known as a composer, writer, musician and publisher, has worked with the likes of Tina Turner, Whitney Houston, Prince […]

Crowdfunded hardware startups are breathing fresh life into music making

I love music. Seriously, it’s one of the few things that brings solace in this cold, lonely world. Want to go deep on Joni Mitchell, William Onyeabor or Pablo Casals? I’m game. Yes, I worked at multiple record stores years before TechCrunch. Yes, I will always be that guy. What I will never be, however, […]

Brooks Frederickson’s interactive audio installation asks us how we consume music

If you peer into the glass windows connecting the Rubenstein Arts Center to the outside world, you might notice an arrangement of six armchairs, each connected to its own pair of headphones and microphones, facing outward into an otherwise open space. The stripped-back presentation of the Ruby’s newest installation might seem underwhelming at first, but […]