The annual Beaver Creek Tree Lighting Show is held on Fridays. Daily archive photo Beaver Creek Tree Light After a busy week, activities continue in Beaver Creek. Not only did the resort open early, welcoming skiers and snowboarders on Monday, two days before its original opening date, but it alsoRead More →

By: ASJAD NAZIR HOW HORRIBLE SONGS HAVE VERY HARMFUL IN HINDI CINEMA Bollywood being built on a bedrock of magnificent music not only gave it a unique identity but also allowed it to stand up internationally. While other film industries around the world have been crushed by the Hollywood juggernaut,Read More →

One of India’s brightest and most talented musical performers, Anoushka Shankar returns to Singapore after 15 years for Kalaa Utsavam 2022. With over a quarter century of performing experience behind her, Anoushka is a singular artist, defying genres, who crosses multiple fields, from classical to contemporary, from acoustics to electronics.Read More →

Nearly 20 years ago, Devo Harris was one of the masterminds behind Kanye West’s GOOD Music, putting the label on the map by signing then-housemate John Legend. It was an innovative move, as John Legend was the first male R&B artist on the hip-hop-centric label. That ingenuity is still evidentRead More →

Naimee Coleman returns with lost our waythe first single from his forthcoming album Edges – to be published in early 2023. We asked him the BIG questions. . . On lost our wayNaimee joins forces with fellow Irish singer Paul Noonan of Bell X1 and says, “I think Paul hasRead More →

Just in time for the haunting season is Ready, Steady, Die! ‘ with ‘Darkstar’, from the horror album ‘Accidents’. The video was made with AI technology BROOKLYN, NY, USA, Nov. 1, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — MUSIC-NEWS.com | On your marks, get set, die! First video of “Darkstar” The haunting season isRead More →

A Colorado orchestra dedicated to providing interactive programs for children presents its first entirely original work. Founded in 1958, Inside the Orchestra began as a group that provided grants for music education programs. But in 1985, the organization turned to creating and programming with a professional orchestra. In fact, executiveRead More →

Apple is instituting significant price increases starting today for the Apple TV+ streaming service as well as Apple Music and the Apple One bundle, citing higher licensing and content costs. Apple TV+’s monthly price will drop from $4.99 to $6.99, while the annual plan will drop from $49.99 to $69.99.Read More →

Image source: INSTAGRAM Aruna Arya Gupta brings another song ‘O Bedardi’ Aruna Arya Gupta, the author of “Repentance”, which was included in Amazon’s bestseller list, brings another Bollywood song. Her new song “O Bedardi” is an imagination of lyricist Aruna Arya Gupta, who has attempted to encapsulate Shayari’s eloquent wisdomRead More →

Reeling The Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival @ Music Box Theater (opening night only) – 3733 N Southport Ave, Chicago Filmmakers – 1326 W Hollywood Ave, & Landmark Theater 2828 N Clark St, multiple timesWHAT:This LGBTQ+-focused festival returns with in-person and online theatrical screening!SO WHAT: Reeling: The Chicago International LGBTQ+Read More →

HIT PARADE: RidiBy: Asjad Nazir Music star RISING Ridi followed his powerful debut single best guy with a recently released song merry-go-round. She once again combined meaningful lyrics with commercial music and stunning vocals on a song exploring the circular nature of life. The brilliant song continues an interesting journeyRead More →

KEVIN COURTNEY I know nothing about Christian heavy metal music, yet I was here in SoCal for the funeral of one of its famous performers, Michael Bloodgood. My link to Bloodgood, he from the Christian Music Hall of Fame, was Cheryl. He was married to one of his best friendsRead More →

Peter and Will Anderson US Senator Hillary Clinton meets Siblings Day founder Claudia Evart Claudia Evart meets the President of the Republic of Estonia, Alar Karis in New York After a three-year hiatus, Sibling Day returns with a social, networking and live music event in New York City. NEW YORK,Read More →

“It was one of the best first impressions I’ve ever had.” That’s what Thomas Søndergård said of his first rehearsal with the Minnesota Orchestra in December 2021. Many orchestra musicians have since called subsequent performances of Richard Strauss’ symphonic poem “Ein Heldenleben”, the best version of this work they haveRead More →

Denman Island has a population of nearly 1,400, according to the latest census. Several of them turn out to be musicians, as a number of them have banded together to release a compilation CD. The result, Occupied Denman, was released this year to offer a sample of what musicians, singersRead More →

House ” Movies” Cinema News » Shreya Ghoshal sings Jatinder Shah’s composition Tere Bajjon and the emotional music video features Prateik Babbar and Simi Chahal for the first time. August 18, 2022: Jatinder Shah who is renowned for his musical compositions, screenplays and remarkable direction in the Punjabi music andRead More →

In “Trolls World Tour,” Pop Trolls Queen Poppy faces her biggest challenge yet. After receiving a threatening letter from Queen Barb, Poppy and Branch are shocked to find that there are other types of trolls beside them. Former King Peppy tells them the truth about their story, involving six magicRead More →

Music / “In Transit”, Emily Granger, harp. At Greenaway Studio, Chapman, August 14. Reviewed by POWER. There’s something about harp music that instantly transports you. The instrument has always added a beautiful sound to works of classical music, but it is a different and delightful experience to hear a soloRead More →

CLARKSVILLE, TN — Three flute undergraduate students from Austin Peay State University have been selected to perform in the National Flute Association (NFA) collegiate flute choir this month, and one student graduate will perform in the professional flute choir. James Collier, Katheryn George, and Kaleigh Wills were among 34 flautistsRead More →

The music lesson begins, and the computer screen is filled with little windows revealing bright, smiling faces, big and small, waiting to greet their guru. “Hello, sir! a young boy is the first to begin the series of greetings. Even as the greeting is reciprocated, “Good evening” says an olderRead More →

PHOTO BY KALE LANTZ, BY JAMIE LAMMERS Kale Lantz was born and raised in Nederland, Colorado, and is currently a college student in Washington, studying neuroscience and audiology. From an early age, Lantz played double bass in the orchestra before moving on to electric bass, but he never really experimentedRead More →

Odessa, the city nicknamed the Pearl of the Black Sea, has been an important cultural capital for centuries. Besides the city’s great neo-baroque National Academic Opera and Ballet Theater and its famous Philharmonic Orchestra, Odessa’s celebrated musical heritage has produced virtuoso pianist Svyatoslav Richter and violinists David Oistrakh and NatanRead More →

A Are we prepared and ready for a new summer of love? The titanic leaders of the international pop music market definitely seem to think so. Two weeks ago, Drake released his impromptu album, Honestly, Nevermind, with a distinctive new musical twist: his familiarly laconic, icy delivery accompanied by aRead More →

Luke Grimes and Kevin Costner in Yellowstone/Primal Network Breton Viviane had worked with Brian Tyler for a number of years as a composer’s assistant, but now he works with Tyler as an equal for a pair of Taylor Sheridan series – Yellowstone and 1883. Yellowstone is Paramount’s flagship streaming seriesRead More →

Celebrating Canada’s exit from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Fort Langley Jazz and Arts Festival will feature a 98 square foot outdoor mural in collaboration with Kwantlen First Nation. Members of the public will also be able to participate in the collaborative “paint by number” mural, which will be a centerpieceRead More →

Summer Meal Concert Series Begins at Washington Elementary School KENNETH SONG/NEWS-PRESS PHOTOSChildren from Washington Elementary School in Santa Barbara attend the kickoff of the Summer Meal concert series on Wednesday. The Summer Meal concert series kicked off Wednesday in Santa Barbara County with the first program featuring DJ Hecktik atRead More →

Now in its sixth year as Manchester’s year-round music and music education organisation, Taconic Music’s annual summer festival will celebrate the end of two difficult years of COVID, “renewing that fact that we are here and we haven’t stopped, with an uplifting wide variety of color,” explained violist Ariel Rudiakov,Read More →

Often it seems that with spiritual music the artist goes either one hundred percent electronic or one hundred percent analog, forgetting that these types of sounds can work together. More and more producers and artists are working to merge the two musical worlds, like Bjork, companies like Nu Meditation MusicRead More →