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Melbourne International Singers Festival - 50% of full festival weekend package – now only $150
For the price of a ticket to the theatre or a concert you can join in this fabulous weekend of concerts, workshops, masterclasses, choruses and much, much more…..
Fantastic selection of choruses, workshops and concerts to participate in over the festival weekend working with Internationally acclaimed artists and conductors.
Register as a choir or an individual and…Continue
Added by Caroline Knaggs on May 11, 2013 at 3:13am — No Comments
Melbourne International Singers Festival
Including Melbourne Eisteddfod
June 5 – 10, 2013
Australia’s Most Exciting New Festival For Choirs And Singers Of All Styles And Ages!
Melbourne International Singers Festival offers the most exciting and diverse range of workshops, masterclasses and concerts with Internationally renowned artists and presenters for choirs and singers, from Gospel to Cabaret Music Theatre to Classical and…Continue
Added by Caroline Knaggs on April 15, 2013 at 8:19am — No Comments
t’s a tragic tale of lust, love and a fateful curse. For opera audiences, Verdi’s opera masterpiece “Rigoletto” remains as fresh today as it did when it premiered in 1851.
For all of its popularity, few university programs perform the classic opera. In April, Houstonians will get a rare opportunity to experience an ambitious performance of “Rigoletto” from the University of Houston’s Moores Opera Center.
While UH has hosted numerous city and regional premieres, “Rigoletto” will…Continue
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Jay White, eight-year veteran of the Grammy Award-winning vocal ensemble, Chanticleer, and a distinguished member of the judging panel for The American Prize, the national, non-profit competitions in the performing arts, shares an evaluation he wrote for…Continue
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The New York City Master Chorale, a 70-member classical chorus, is auditioning tenors with significant choral experience and strong sight-reading skills. Auditions for the spring 2013 season will be held in January 2013. Rehearsals are held Wednesday evenings in Manhattan. Repertoire this spring will be Poulenc Gloria and Stabat Mater. Spring concerts include a spring concert and a…Continue
Added by Marion Wise, NYC Master Chorale on December 10, 2012 at 11:36am — No Comments
I've been nearly completely inactive in my social networks since mid-July or so. Not that I wouldn't have liked to participate, but I have been engrossed in the redaction of the above essay.
When I tackled the project, I thought it would take a few weeks at most, and that I would be able…Continue
Added by Christopher Stewart on September 1, 2012 at 2:28pm — No Comments
(« Confrontation » by cordalth)
« Polygraph » is intended as a portrait of human relationships turning to the sour, hinting at the necessity of constant kindness and genuineness. The suite lasts about ten minutes and is composed of the following four sections : « Exposition, » «…Continue
Added by Christopher Stewart on July 24, 2012 at 12:30pm — No Comments
« Sooner Or Later » does not comes from Poligraf's catalogue as such. Rather, it is a piece for solo guitar that I intend to publish on an album of about…Continue
Added by Christopher Stewart on July 7, 2012 at 11:14pm — No Comments
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Glen Ellyn, IL, June 26,…Continue
Added by Soli Deo Gloria on June 26, 2012 at 4:04pm — No Comments
Richard Ramsay is the star of the eighteenth episode of The Threshold Series, the concluding chapter of « 2206 : Window Onto A New World. »
We find the veteran politician staring outwards from a window of the sky lounge of his private yacht, musing about the weather, while on a visit…Continue
Added by Christopher Stewart on June 22, 2012 at 6:21pm — No Comments
« Asking For A Miracle » is a short instrumental arranged for acoustic instruments, and written in a time of…Continue
Added by Christopher Stewart on June 16, 2012 at 5:01pm — No Comments
The central character of this week's instalment of The Threshold Series is Rahu Lüli, the young cenobite from Kõrgus.
At the beginning of the chapter, the teenager is getting ready to leave the monastery, and he ponders the events that have led him to believe that he has found the…Continue
Added by Christopher Stewart on June 15, 2012 at 8:47pm — No Comments
The sixteenth chapter of « 2206 : Window Onto A New World » features the scientific facilities of Veshtar, and revolves around Bernard Sturn.
At the end of an all-nighter, weary of responding to video emails, the famous space engineer takes a break to rest his eyes, and…Continue
Added by Christopher Stewart on June 8, 2012 at 4:05pm — No Comments
This week's instalment of the Threshold Bookcast takes place in Hasania, the so-called artificial state governed by Omar Malaki.
As the chapter begins, we find Richard Ramsay, the legendary Conservative leader, entertaining himself around the estate of his wealthy hosts, while he waits to…Continue
Added by Christopher Stewart on June 1, 2012 at 6:20pm — No Comments
In an exciting intercontinental collaboration, Soli Deo Gloria has partnered with the Hebrides Ensemble (Scotland’s premier new-music group), the Edinburgh International Festival, and Kings Place (London’s award-winning destination for the music and the…Continue
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The fourteenth episode of The Threshold Series focuses on Olivia Romero, the Chief Environmental Adviser of Neo Apollonia.
At the beginning of the chapter, the former activist is walking towards the church of the Community, all the while pondering the circumstances which have led her to…Continue
Added by Christopher Stewart on May 25, 2012 at 6:56pm — No Comments
Rahu Lüli, the teenage monk from Kõrgus, is once again the central character of the weekly instalment of the Threshold Bookcast.
This time, we find the novice reminiscing as he explores unknown territory uphill, following a hunch that has occurred to him prior to the morning…Continue
Added by Christopher Stewart on May 18, 2012 at 8:11pm — No Comments
Taconic Opera will be presenting a fully orchestrated mass in June by the famed composer, Gioacchino Rossini, widely known for his comedic operas like The Barber of Seville and, of course, the universally recognizable overture from his opera William Tell. However, this is not just any Mass: it has a very remarkable historical component that would be of interest to both music historians and women everywhere. The Petite Messe Solennelle…Continue
Added by Angela Usobiaga on May 15, 2012 at 2:00pm — No Comments