Music

Area summer music festivals go virtual, while Dallas Symphony and Dallas Opera expand reach online

PianoTexas of Fort Worth features live performances, but two other summer series will focus entirely on virtual concerts. Meanwhile, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and the Dallas Opera House continue to expand their online offerings. Based at Texas Christian University, this festival provides training and performance opportunities for young students, piano …

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Trib chats with Brazilian music pioneer Sergio Mendes about new PBS documentary

The 1960s are remembered as a decade with dramatic cultural changes to a rock music soundtrack. But psychedelic rock wasn’t the only music rocking the American pop scene in the 1960s. Perhaps Eartha Kitt put it best when she featured a pioneering Brazilian jazz musician and his unique fusion band …

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New York Museum’s latest exhibit is dedicated to the impact of ’80s music

Take an exuberant look at 1980s music in New York City at a new exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York. The show examines this era of transformation through the lens of emerging musical genres and the influence they have played on New York’s larger cultural landscape. …

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Commission assists music projects in rural New Mexico counties

ALBUQUERQUE, NM (KRQE) – The pandemic has wreaked havoc across many industries, including the arts and music. But the state has a plan to fix it. New Mexico summer camps maintain safe COVID practices in accordance with new CDC guidelines “Sarah is right, you have to vibrate faster,” New Mexico …

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Summer fun and the arts 2021: Music – Twin Cities

Slowly but surely, live music is returning to the Twin Cities. The biggest arenas and stadiums in the metro won’t have much to offer, however. Fans have two options: Green Day, Weezer and Fall Out Boy (August 23; Target Field; $ 650- $ 134.50) and Daryl Hall and John Oates …

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Listening to music near bedtime can disrupt sleep, here’s why

Most people listen to music throughout the day and often near bedtime to relax. But can it really affect your sleep? New study suggests it may actually disrupt your sleep! When sleepy researcher Michael Scullin, Ph.D., associate professor of psychology and neuroscience at Baylor University, realized he was waking up …

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Chicago to close 3 main streets for eating and listening to music this summer – NBC Chicago

Chicago will close three of its busiest streets this summer to make way for alfresco dining and live music, officials said, in a bid to bring the city back to life after the financial burden of the COVID-19 pandemic . Michigan Avenue, LaSalle Street and State Street will all close …

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Here are all the new music to jam this weekend

With more and more music released every day, it’s almost an impossible task to keep track of all the songs you love. From pop and hip-hop to the alternative to K-pop and country, the choices available seem endless – but no need to worry. Chron is here for you. Here …

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‘Songs and Stories’ mixes music, history | New

A new series seeks to blend local history and live music in downtown Gallatin. Songs and Stories at Historic Stonewall will take place on the second Saturday of each month from June through August. Each performance in the series will take place in the courtyard outside the historic house, located …

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Tri-State Happenings: outdoor music, jazz and art for this weekend | New

As the pandemic continues to evolve and the city, region and nation become more open, attending and supporting live events benefits everyone. Here’s what’s happening in all three states over the next few days. The outdoor Pullman Square summer concert series continues on Thursday evening June 10. Taking place every …

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