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 →

It’s that time of year again! The days are getting longer, the weather is warming up and the eternal debate is brewing: what will be the song of the summer? Last summer, a few songs stood out, like Olivia Rodrigo’s “good 4 u”, Justin Bieber’s “Peaches” and Doja Cat’s duetRead More →

Singer-songwriter Jessica Willis Fisher Credit: Sean Fisher With her melodious, expressive voice, eloquent lyrics, and dynamic arrangements (she plays the violin throughout the album), every track on her debut solo album is stunning, before the listener even knows her story. They are songs of hope, strength, renewal, overcoming and findingRead More →

This is the web version of dot.LA’s daily newsletter. Sign up to receive the latest news on Southern California’s tech, startup and venture capital scene. The organizers of the music tech conference Musical tectonics have made the best of bad luck since the event kicked off in Los Angeles threeRead More →

Summer Walker, Chloe Bailey, Muni Long, Cordae and Jimmie Allen delivered rousing performances and groundbreaking rapper MC Lyte and singer-songwriter John Legend were honored at the Recording’s first-ever Black Music Collective ceremony. Academy Saturday night. “It’s been a long time coming, and I don’t feel good saying this,” Recording AcademyRead More →

Music festivals are huge events that billions of people look forward to attending. Each year, a dozen top-notch and striking music festivals take place. Europe, Africa and America are just a few continents where music festivals are held. More importantly, such events are not just about music; they are fullRead More →

POP ROCK MysteriesUnwinding (Fiction Files) In the ‘before’ era of 2019 and early 2020, influential BBC DJ Steve Lamacq couldn’t help but rave about Liverpool teenagers, the Mysterines, an alt/indie guitar band boisterous fronted by brash, precocious vocalist/guitarist Lia Metcalfe. The band had two EPs to their name, and theRead More →

Maestra Music is a non-profit organization that provides support, visibility and community for women and non-binary people making music in the musical theater industry. On Monday, March 28, Maestra Music will host Amplify 2022, its second annual – but first in-person – concert and community event featuring Broadway talent JessicaRead More →

HBO’s “Euphoria” is all style but very little substance. BY: GENEVA LEEChief Editor The lack of substance in “Euphoria”, despite the proliferation of substances, is covered only by its beauty and torpor. Vibrant, hallucinogenic cinematography sweeps over the handsome, beautifully dressed actors, who wear the show’s signature bold makeup, andRead More →

Bear Shadow, the multi-day music festival returns to Highlands, NC, allowing everyone to enjoy live music once again! Scaly Mountain, United States – February 27, 2022 — Bear Shadow, the multi-day music festival returns to Highlands, NC, allowing everyone to enjoy live music once again! Article by Malika Bowling InRead More →

Personalities from the world of music and entertainment have shared their reactions after Russian forces launched a military assault on Ukraine in the early hours of the morning (February 24). Ukraine has officially severed diplomatic ties with Russia and declared martial law after Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered an attackRead More →

Onoleigh. Photo credit: Liesa Cole New Nashville singer Onoleigh chatted with Digital Journal’s Markos Papadatos about her new music. The latest release from Illinois native “Beautifully Broken” hits all streaming platforms on Friday, February 18. After moving to Nashville, you immediately started paying your dues singing in Broadway honky-tonks atRead More →