1. keweenaw brewgrass - who knows what tomorrow may bring

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    Keweenaw Brewgrass Band covering "Who Knows What Tomorrow May Bring" with Louise Oppliger on vocals - Orpheum Theater, Feb 2015

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    • Novelist William Martin (Cape Cod, Back Bay..) Praises the Chatham Orpheum

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      http://www.ChathamOrpheum.org

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      • Broadway Backstage: CHICAGO starring John O'Hurley (Seinfeld)

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        CHICAGO starring John O'Hurley is now the second biggest musical of all time. Join Loni Stark as she ventures into J. Peterman's--oops, make that John's--dressing room at the SHN Orpheum in San Francisco. What would happen if the cast of Seinfeld took over CHICAGO? And what about his superstar wine cellar? http://www.starkinsider.com

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        • Behind The Scenes Thom Green Drummer of Alt-J

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          Fresh Independence sat down at The Orpheum Vancouver with Drummer Thom Green of Alt-J. We talk how drumming found him, what he is up to in his free time, and the history behind his Tattoos. Latest Album: This Is All Yours Available Here: http://www.altjband.com

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          • Raven Tales - Standing Wave live at the VSO New Music Festival

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            Raven Tales (2012) composed by Marcus Goddard I. Txa'msom Frees the Light II. Ancestral Voice III. Our Connections Christie Reside - flute AK Coope - clarinet Rebecca Whitling - violin Peggy Lee - cello Allen Stiles - piano Vern Griffiths - percussion Live at the Orpheum Theatre, Vancouver BC on January 17, 2014 Chris Loh, videographer Composer's Note- The composition of 'Raven Tales' has been a rewarding and enlightening collaboration with First Nations artist Mike Dangeli in which I’ve taken inspiration from his exceptional paintings, drums and carvings, as well as by the multifaceted and complex character of the raven in First Nations traditions. In those traditions, a vast range of human characteristics, including love, greed, helpfulness, trickery, and creative forces are embodied by the raven. Similarly, in Dangeli’s work, one finds an extraordinary interrelation and contrast of line, color and form that beckons one into the world of each piece. The music is in three movements. 'Txa’msom Frees The Light', is a creation story in which the raven’s mysterious and powerful creative forces are unleashed. 'Ancestral Voice' is a soulful reflection on origins, cultural, human, and personal. 'Our Connections', in addition to taking inspiration from the openness and bright quality of Dangeli’s drum of the same title, I thought of the human connections between musicians, artists, and cultures that have taken place during the creation of this collaborative piece as well as the raven’s many life-affirming qualities. - Marcus Goddard 'Raven Tales' was commissioned by Standing Wave.

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            • steirischer herbst 2014: Gorkij Park 2

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              steirischer herbst 2014 Gunilla Heilborn Gorkij Park 2 Fr 03/10, Sa 04/10 & So 05/10, 19.30 Orpheum http://www.steirischerherbst.at/2014/deutsch/programm/24-gorkij-park-2.php http://www.steirischerherbst.at/2014/english/program/24-gorkij-park-2.php

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              • Pots n' Pans Falling - Standing Wave live at the VSO New Music Festival

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                Pots n' Pans Falling (2013) composed by Edward Top Standing Wave is: Christie Reside - flute AK Coope - clarinet Rebecca Whitling - violin Peggy Lee - cello Allen Stiles - piano Vern Griffiths - percussion Live at the Orpheum Theatre, Vancouver BC on January 17, 2014 Chris Loh, videographer Composer's note - A young survivor of the mass shooting at the Sandy Hook Elementary School described the gunshots as sounding like “pots and pans falling to the floor.” This innocent and disarming description of an incomprehensible act of violence is especially poignant, being a father of a young child. I imagined the victims in that moment of horror, and the irreparable damage left on the survivors. This tragedy weighed on my mind, and it was this emotional impulse that I wanted to translate into music. It felt right to choose the perspective of a seven-year old child, as I wanted the work to celebrate their lives with an uplifting sound. I chose to include a recording of the motive hummed and played by a young violinist. The six members of the ensemble play a simple calling motive of g–e, expanded to g-e-a-g-e, 6 7 which, in fact, consists of the four open violin strings, a basic foundation for children beginning to play music. The work consists of this simple motive replayed in different rhythmic repetitions played slightly out-of sync, producing a delay-effect. The motive itself was inspired by our broken mantle clock, which coincidentally chimed, g-e, prompting the work's opening with the two gongs imitating the clock. Towards the end of the piece this 'clock' chimes 26 times for the victims. 'Pots n' Pans Falling' was commissioned by Standing Wave, with the generous support of Acoustic Panel.

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                • TOTEM

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                  Totem is the latest Cirque du Soleil show to come to Vancouver. We were lucky enough to be invited to video a promotional performance.

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                  • Red Axiom

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                    Choreography: Maya Taylor Music: Chroma by Jack White and Joby Talbot Dancers: UNO's The Moving Company. Red Axiom premiered at Omaha Performing Arts' The Rite Returns: Celebrate Movement in February 2013 at the Orpheum Theater in Omaha Nebraska.

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                    • Diagonale 2014 Videoblog #6

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                      Das Finale des Videoblogs markieren ein Interview mit dem Künstler James Benning, der für die Ausstellung "Decoding Fear" im Kunsthaus Graz verantwortlich zeichnet sowie Impressionen von der abschließenden Preisverleihung der Diagonale im Grazer Orpheum.

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