Tagged: Music

‘The Wedding of the Century’ recounts the fairy tale ceremony of Princess Diana and Prince Charles, ‘Behind the Music’ returns and the best in pop culture the week of July 26, 2021 [Video]

The It List is Yahoo’s weekly look at the best in pop culture, including movies, music, TV, streaming, games, books, podcasts and more. Here are our picks for July 26-Aug. 1, including the best deals we could find for each. (Yahoo Entertainment may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page.)

STREAM IT: Relive Charles and Diana’s royal wedding, 40 years later in The Wedding of the Century

July 1 marked what would have been Princess Diana’s 60th birthday. Now, as the month comes to a close, it’s the 40th anniversary of her lavish wedding to Prince

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Berkshires Notebook: Dance At Jacob’s Pillow, Art At Mass MoCA And The Clark, Live Music At The Foundry

This summer, the Berkshires arts season features outdoor theater, dance and thought-provoking exhibitions at local museums. Relishing the chance to get away from the city, arts and culture writers Ed Siegel and Jacquinn Sinclair spent some time in the mountains to experience the rebirth of the local arts scene. Here they talk about the music, visual art and dance performances they encountered. Read the first installment of their Berkshires Notebook here.


Jacquinn Sinclair: Jacob’s Pillow was one of the highlights of my week in the Berkshires. Unfortunately, the rain forced the first performance we attended, “Contra-Tiempo,”

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Ay Is About You, Masking Arkansas Food, Travel, Arts, Entertainment, Music, Culture, Living, Gardens, Health And Murder Mysteries

Gopalakrishnan grew up in India, but her family moved to Kuwait when she was 10. With little choices for higher education in Kuwait, she attended college in Paris, where she finally received a master’s diploma in graphic design. She says the interdisciplinary program, which also emphasised animation, pictures and typography, was very intense but that it helped shape her work ethic. Shogyo Mujo by Bart Kresa Studio and Joshua Harker – Welcoming visitors as they enter the portal into AREA15, Shogyo Mujo is an interactive, 12-foot tall skull covered in 3D projection mapping and synched to music. It ventures into … Read More

Live music returns to Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia after more than a year

Jul. 8—Over the Fourth of July weekend, live music returned to Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia for the first time since fall 2019, and it was music to everyone’s ears.

“It is very exciting,” said Ian Kennedy, executive director of the Downtown Columbia Arts and Culture Commission which owns Merriweather. “People are definitely ready to get back to concerts.”

The last live concert performance at Merriweather was in October 2019 and then the “whole world closed” because of the coronavirus pandemic according to Audrey Fix Schaefer, communications director for I.M.P., the independent concert promotion and production company behind Merriweather Post

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