JEOPARDY! is not above featuring the celebrity echelon on its answer board. Last week, thus, the TV quiz show featured a category celebrating American Ballet Theatre's 75th Anniversary.
If you're like me, then you've always admired the everyday struggle your favorite artists, musicians and so on endure--just like the rest of us.
The candid "Things Called Jazz That Are Not Jazz" Tumblr irreverently posts some of the more brash branding techniques geared towards marketing the idiom to an, err, wider demographic? Who knows, really.
It's rumored that Bosch's "butt song" in the key of C is a chant and arrangement that opens the proverbial gates of hell, which undoubtedly, unleashes Satan and his battalion of pranksters for the rest of days (ya know, if you believe in that stuff).
"Most opera heroines--they were the original mean girls."
In an enjoyable interview for Bloomberg, Yefim Bronfman--by any measure one of the most in-demand pianists on the planet--reveals an unusual accolade. "I have to brag about something that's much more important to me than anything else in my career," says the man nicknamed "Fima."
On Saturday, August 10 at Indianapolis' Lucas Oil Stadium, Fort Mill, South Carolina's Carolina Crown became a World Class World Champion of the World for the first time in drum corps history. With a final score of 98.30, never before has Drum Corps International had a World Champion of the World Class World that started as an open class/DII band.