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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Date of Death: March 24, 1882 (75)

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Out Today: Baritone Tyler Duncan And Pianist Erika Switzer Release 'A Left Coast'

Today baritone Tyler Duncan and pianist Erika Switzer release A Left Coast on Bridge Records. In a heartfelt playlist for their home of British Columbia, Duncan and Switzer share their fondness for the Vancouver communities, geography, and spirit that continue to nourish them as artists. View the trailer for A Left Coast here.

Baritone Tyler Duncan & Pianist Erika Switzer to Release New Album 'A LEFT COAST'

On Friday, June 23, 2023, baritone Tyler Duncan and pianist Erika Switzer will release A Left Coast on Bridge Records. In a heartfelt playlist for their home of British Columbia, Duncan and Switzer share their fondness for the Vancouver communities, geography, and spirit that continue to nourish them as artists.

New York Composers Circle to Present TRANSFIGURED SKYLINE At Manhattan's DiMenna Center For Classical Music

New York Composers Circle, celebrating its 20th Anniversary season, will present Transfigured Skyline, a concert of new music on Monday, May 22 at 7:00 PM in Benzaquin Hall of The DiMenna Center for Classical Music.

TNC Sets 28th Lower East Side Festival Of The Arts For Next Month

With the roster still building, Theater for the New City has currently scheduled over 200 performing arts organizations, independent artists, poets, puppeteers and film makers for its 28th annual Lower East Side Festival of the Arts, which will be mounted May 26 to 28 in and around Theater for the New City, 155 First Ave. (at E. 10th Street). Admission is free but donations will be gratefully accepted.

Review: MANDELA, The Young Vic

To paraphrase Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, when Mandela is good, it’s very, very good, and when it’s bad, it’s almost unwatchable.

First Parish Unitarian Universalist to Offer 96th Annual PAGEANT OF THE NATIVITY

The 96th anniversary of the historic Pageant of the Nativity will take place at First Parish Unitarian Universalist on Sunday, December 18th, 2022 at 5:00 pm at 425 Congress Street in Portland. After a 2-year hiatus during the pandemic, we are so excited to be back!

World Premiere Of SONGS IN FLIGHT By Shawn Okpebholo & More to be Featured in SparksLIVE Winter 2023 Events

Sparks & Wiry Cries will present a week of sparksLIVE events, from January 10 to 13, 2023 in New York, including the world premiere of Songs in Flight, co-presented by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, plus additional events at the DiMenna Center for Classical Music and Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.

Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic to Release Recording of Dvořák's Final Three Symphonies

Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic performed Antonín Dvořák’s masterful final three symphonies in February 2020. Their interpretations were recorded live at Walt Disney Concert Hall by Deutsche Grammophon for release as a digital album out on July 29, 2022.

Sarasota Orchestra Announces April 2022 Concerts

Sarasota Orchestra concludes several of its subscription series in the month of April with exceptional fanfare. The first weekend of the month begins with the long-awaited first Masterworks program of Bramwell Tovey's tenure as Music Director. In the subsequent weeks, the Orchestra offers a rousing conclusion to its Pops and Great Escapes series with programs showcasing the Great American Songbook and music depicting the Wild West. 

Pontine Theatre Presents THE ISLES OF SHOALS: The Eternal Sound Of The Sea This Month

Pontine Theatre's original production, ISLES OF SHOALS:  the Eternal Sound of the Sea, will play at the historic 1845 Plains Schoolhouse theatre, located at 1 Plains Ave, Portsmouth NH,  18 - 27 March.  Performances are Fridays at 7pm, Saturdays at 3pm and Sundays at  2pm. 

JE NE SUIS PAS EVANGELINE (I AM NOT EVANGELINE) Announced from Penobscot Theatre Company with Theâtre Du Rêve

Je Ne Suis Pas Evangeline (I am not Evangeline) will be the final offering of the Digitus Theatrum Main Course subscription series, streaming April 22 - May 9th. 

Sarasota Orchestra Announces Full 2021 �" 2022 Season

Sarasota Orchestra has announced the 2021 – 2022 season, featuring a return to full orchestra performances. With the safety of concert attendees a top priority, Sarasota Orchestra is looking forward to returning to the concert hall this fall.

Penobscot Theatre Company Announces New Programming

With an eye towards the second half of their popular Digitus Theatrum Season, Penobscot Theatre Company has announced the final two productions of their Main Course series: an interactive murder mystery and a brand-new film project, focused on Maine’s unique Acadian heritage.

WaterAid Brings Showbiz Stars Straight To Homes With Virtual Christmas Concert

WaterAid is hosting a star-studded virtual 'Christmas Get Together' on Tuesday 8 December from 6.30pm, bringing seasonal songs, festive readings and special performances to people's homes to raise money for the charity's Future on Tap appeal.

History At Play, LLC Presents Livestreamed Performance of VICTORIAN GOSSIP GIRL: ANNIE ADAMS FIELDS

History At PlayTM, LLC has garnered nationwide attention for their one-woman living history performances, chronicling the lives of legendary women who changed society. In Victorian Gossip Girl: Annie Adams Fields, the Boston author, philanthropist, and original Gossip Girl dishes on the lives of her closest literary friends! 

Pontine Theatre Presents THE HOUSE OF THE SEVEN GABLES

11-27 October, Pontine Theatre's co-directors, Greg Gathers & Marguerite Mathews, bring their unique approach to literary adaptation to Nathaniel Hawthorne's 1851 Gothic Romance, The House of the Seven Gables. Performances are Fridays at 7pm, Saturdays at 3pm and Sundays at 2pm.

Street Photography Workshop In New York City By Xiomaro, Nationally Exhibited Artist And Published Author

'Icons of New York' is a street photography workshop scheduled for October 12, 2019 presented by Xiomaro, a nationally exhibited artist and published author. The workshop, limited to only six participants, is a spinoff from the larger and more basic classes he teaches at Weir Farm National Historic Site in Wilton/Ridgefield.

THE NATURE PLAYS Premiere At Mount Auburn Cemetery

Announcing the world premiere of the The Nature Plays , the first series of site-specific short plays by Mount Auburn Cemetery's Playwright Artist-in-Residence, Patrick Gabridge. The Nature Plays run from May 30-June 9, 2019 at Mount Auburn Cemetery, 580 Mt. Auburn Street, Cambridge, MA.

THE MOUNT AUBURN PLAYS To Premiere At Mount Auburn Cemetery This June

Announcing the world premiere of the Mount Auburn Plays, two series of site-specific plays created by Mount Auburn Cemetery's first Playwright Artist-in-Residence, Patrick Gabridge. Over the past two years Gabridge, an award-winning Boston playwright, has researched the stunning landscape and history of America's first garden Cemetery and 175-acre arboretum in the heart of Cambridge, MA, culminating in 10 brand new short plays to premiere as two sets of 5 unique plays each: The Nature Plays premiere June 1-9, 2019, highlighting the rich natural environment of Mount Auburn, and The America Plays premiere September 14-22, 2019, bringing to life just a few of the historic personalities resting eternally on the grounds and whose vision still resonate strongly in our American culture today. Each series will have 8 performances over the course of two weekends. Presented in partnership with Plays in Place.

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