Classical Studies

Finalists named at 2021 Sussex Young Musician of the Year competition

Catherine Kent, president of Coro Nuovo, confirmed the musicians among whom the big winner will be chosen at the beginning of July. Jane Burnell (soprano): Jane is 24 and grew up in Cuckfield. Jane is currently studying for an MMus in Classical Voice Studies at the Royal Northern College, Manchester. …

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Transit worker kills 9 in California | Bezos License to Thrill – OZY

Thursday, May 27, 2021 * available from 8 a.m. and Erik Nelson, weekend editor 1. ‘Enough’: California shooting claims nine Gun violence has a new name: Samuel Cassidy, 57, an allegedly aggrieved California transport worker whose ex-girlfriend accused him of rape. But the MO is all too familiar: he came …

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Next Steps for the Position of Vice President for Institutional Diversity Research

LEXINGTON, Ky. (May 26, 2021) – The University of Kentucky community received an email today outlining the schedule of open forums scheduled for next week for finalists for UK Vice President for Institutional Diversity. Please see the message below. Dear campus community, In February, a search committee for the position …

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Edmonton players secure top two spots in national string competition

Breadcrumb Links Music Local arts Entertainment Author of the article: Mark Morris Originally from Edmonton, Gabrielle Després, living in New York and studying at Julliard, took second place at the 2021 Shean Strings Competition. Photo by Patricia Tao Reviews and recommendations are impartial and the products are selected independently. Postmedia …

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Remarks by Ambassador Pyatt at the opening of the exhibition on American Philhellenism

Gennadius Library, American School of Classical Studies, Athens Tuesday 25 May 2021 As delivered Thank you very much Jennifer. And before I get to my remarks, let me just say what a tremendous pleasure it is to be in this beautiful garden of the American School of Classical Studies in …

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Thousands of civil servants remain at home until July

While there may be some hesitation, many Michigan companies are now able to return employees to their normal work environment. Yesterday marked the official state-authorized return-to-work day following governor’s orders that where possible, employees should work from home due to the dangers of the COVID-19 virus outbreak. But some companies …

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Long Jazz Career and Pandemic Experience Shapes Gloria Galante’s New Jazz Harp Suite

A year ago, Gloria Galante was stuck at home and, like many, felt helpless in the face of a pandemic-induced quarantine and growing anger as details surrounding George Floyd’s death were revealed. But she was not helpless. Not entirely. She had a harp and the urge to set her feelings …

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Tom Hiddleston, Natalie Portman and other Hollywood celebrities who have another job and you didn’t know it

We all have a favorite actor or actress, whom we choose because of their excellent performance in front of the cameras, but they might not have had so much recognition if they had chosen another path that they also took. at one point. Many celebrities that we stand out from …

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Scientists identify viruses in human genes that interfere with brain development

ANI | Update: May 23, 2021 11:05 PM STI Berlin [Germany], May 23 (ANI): A new study has been able to prove for the first time that the activation of distinct endogenous human retroviruses, which are part of our genome, significantly impairs brain development.The findings of the study, which emerged …

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Royal Academy of Music could dump a composer’s artifacts linked to slavery

The museum’s collection, including 18th-century piano violins by Stradivari and Amati, will be valued based on their donors, makers, and the origin of the raw material from which they are made. Ebony and ivory, used for piano keys and violin keys, were profitable colonial products, and ivory in particular was …

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