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16 hrs ago | Greeley Tribune

Family bike rides are a great way to model a healthy lifestyle for your kids.

Occupation: Fitness instructor for Fit4Mom Front Range. I teach Stroller Strides, a fitness class for moms of stroller-aged kids.


Related Topix: Family, Kids, Stroller Strides, Health Club, Classical, Life, Food, Nutrition

18 hrs ago | Vail Daily News

Bravo! Vail chamber music series continues Wednesday, Thursday

What: Solo works for piano and guitar. Pianist Anne-Marie McDermott teams up with guitarist James Moore for an evening of classical and contemporary piano and guitar solos by Bach, Haydn, and Wuorinen.


Related Topix: Vail, CO, Classical, Haydn, Drink, Wine

Yesterday | Hispanic Business

Strumming to Bach: Classical guitarist to perform in parlor concert

When Richter began studying guitar nearly 10 years ago, he didn't navigate to mainstream country or rock 'n' roll, but studied in the fall to major in music performance with a concentration in classical guitar.


Related Topix: Classical, Food, McCormick and Company

Yesterday | SF Classical Voice

A Match Made in Passion

Most programs at the Carmel Bach Festival are performed twice or sometimes even three times over the course of the festival.


Related Topix: Classical

Mon Jul 28, 2014

Civic Center

American Bach Soloists and Mary Wilson

The fifth annual summer festival by the American Bach Soloists wrapped up at the San Francisco Conservatory a couple of Sundays ago with their traditional survey of Bach's Mass in B Minor performed by teachers and students side by side.


Related Topix: Classical, American Bach Soloists, J.S. Bach

Nob Hill Gazette

The Arts 08-14

August might be considered artistic "off-season" in most cities, but San Francisco knows you never want to leave, and it'll be working hard this month to keep you entertained.


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The Jersey Journal

The Mason Gross Summer Series brings Douglas Dunn's postmodern ritual to New Brunswick

"I never liked dancing to mellow music," says choreographer Douglas Dunn, whose company, Douglas Dunn and Dancers, will perform this week as part of the Mason Gross Summer Series in New Brunswick.


Related Topix: Arts, Dance, Classical, Entertainment


Verb Ballets demonstrates its broad range in Saturday show at Cain Park

Verb Ballets demonstrated an admirable range of styles Saturday night in Cain Park's Evans Amphitheater, as they opened their 2014-15 season with four dances including the company premiere of choreographer Anthony Krutzkamp's "Similar" .


Related Topix: Classical, Arts, Dance, Ballet

Sun Jul 27, 2014

The Times of Israel

Opera on Holocaust victim debuts in Austria

The prestigious Salzburg Festival is known for its classical performances of Mozart and Bach, but this year the spotlight is on a new modern opera telling the story of German artist and Holocaust victim Charlotte Salomon.


Related Topix: Arts, Opera, Classical, Mozart


Classically trained Time for Three bends genres to their will

Classically trained, but not classical musicians, violinists Zachary De Pue and Nicolas Kendall and contrabass player Ranaan Meyer are Time for Three.


Related Topix: Alternative, Kendall, US News, Federal Aviation Administration, Classical, Watches, Music, Entertainment

News Observer

CD review: 'Rebecca Troxler Plays Flute Music by Sons of Bach'

Flutist Rebecca Troxler, a Duke University faculty member, is a specialist in the rococo style, which bridged the baroque and classical periods.


Related Topix: Classical, Duke University, Johann Sebastian Bach, C.P.E. Bach

Fri Jul 25, 2014

Berkshire Eagle

Jacob's Pillow: Mark Morris Dance Group Musician in the form of a dancer

The recent dances Mark Morris has brought to Jacob's Pillow reveal that he has outgrown his early reputation as the "bad boy of modern dance," and become a very good boy indeed.


Related Topix: Arts, Dance, Modern Dance, Classical, Yo-Yo Ma, Britten, Benjamin Britten, Entertainment

Monterey County Herald

Barbara Rose Shuler, Intermezzo: With a master's touch, Baroque brought to life in Carmel

Andrew Megill, Associate Conductor and Director of the Festival Chorale and Chorus travels to Carmel from his home base in Princeton, New Jersey, to prepare the choral forces of the Carmel Bach Festival.


Related Topix: Classical, Princeton, NJ, Symphony, Arts


Hot Bach

It seems like the Red Hot discs have been around forever, dutifully, as their longtime motto proclaims, "Fighting AIDS Through Popular Culture."


Related Topix: Classical, Cole Porter, Jazz, New Orleans, J.S. Bach

The Wichita Eagle

Extra musicians to help wrap up season for Chamber Music at the Barn

Chamber Music at the Barn is once again bringing top-notch classical musicians to Maize to perform.


Related Topix: Maize, KS, Wichita, KS, Classical, Johann Sebastian Bach, Antonio Vivaldi

Thu Jul 24, 2014


UIndy's 2014-15 Faculty Artist Concert Series

This fall, Maestro Raymond Leppard will once again conduct the opener in UIndy's Faculty Artist Concert Series, presiding over the Sept.


Related Topix: Classical, Holst, Handel, Mozart, Indianapolis, IN

Ledbury Reporter

a Leominster trio is preparing to put on a show at this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Composer and pianist Andrew Morris, along with young saxaphonist Theo Jobst and double bass player Sam Powell, will be taking on Edinburgh with Give Take - a performance of 10 musical remedy pieces of contemporary jazz with a classical edge.


Related Topix: Classical

Wed Jul 23, 2014

Hispanic Business

Symphonie Jeunesse wows Cambria audience

Symphonie Jeunesse is back from a successful coastal tour . Their third-annual tour, , one of the city's brightest treasures, is composed of about 40 young people ages 12 to 19. An ensemble of 33 orchestra members went on the tour up the coast to , where they performed to four standing ovations and an encore.


Related Topix: Cambria, CA, Classical, UC Santa Barbara, Symphony, Arts, San Simeon, CA

South Whidbey Record

A joyful noise, Whidbey Island Music Festival returns

Tekla Cunningham, creator and director of the Whidbey Island Music Festival and regular concertmaster and principal player with the American Bach Soloists in California, will be performing on viola and violin at this year's event.


Related Topix: American Bach Soloists, Classical, Soloists, Berkeley, CA, Life, Lughnasadh, Holidays, Beethoven, Entertainment


Summer sounds from bygone eras: Early Music Festival recounts the hands of time

Our summer months have become one of the more unpredictable parts of the West Coast music calendar.


Related Topix: Symphony, Arts, Classical, Canada, Handel