Weekly Magazine

CSU SUMMER ARTS RETURNSanthony-carreiro

PUBLIC EVENTS Calendar starts Monday, June 27, 7pm, with action-movie actor (Lethal Weapon 2, Liar Liar) Anthony Carreiro conducting a stage combat lecture/demonstration at the World Theater on the CSU Monterey Bay campus. It offers a peek behind the scenes of combat on stage, screen and television, incorporating choreography, illusion, and safety. Click HERE

CARMEL’S FOREST THEATER REOPENS

FOLLOWING EMERGENCY RENOVATIONS: Premiere of Walt deFaria’s The BorrowersThe Musical with new music by the late Stephen Tosh. Cabrillo Stage opens summer season with Chicago. See our CALENDAR

THE TRIde-lancieAL OF SPOCK WORKSHOP

ACTOR JOHN DE LANCIE (Q on Star Trek, the Next Generations) directs Act 1 “Treason,” of a new opera with music by Ben Leeds Carson, Sunday evening at UC Santa Cruz. The free workshop will be conducted in the Music Recital Hall on campus. Click HERE

HOW MUSIC TREATS DEMENTIA

THE WIGMORE HALL, London’s favorite chamber music venue, maintains a Music for Life program to benefit both inpatients and carers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DO SCHOOL MUSIC PROGRAMS NEED A RETHINK?

CLINT RANDLES, a music educator at the University of South Florida, explains why and how.  Click HERE

YO-YO AND THE BREAKDANCER

 

 

 

 

 

 

JIMMY WEBB, THE HIGHWAYMAN

HIS ORIGINAL 1977 audio studio recording produced by George Martin, and covered by many great artists since.

 

 

 

 

 

 

PERFORMING ARTS PEOPLE

CHRISTIAN GRUBE, music director of the Santa Cruz Chorale, brings a worldwide reputation to a concert-set this weekend. Click HERE

FRESH REVIEW

PHILIP PEARCE praises PacRep’s Mary Poppins. Click HERE

Scott MacClelland, editor