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Hildur Gudnadottir: Telling Stories with Music

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Musician and composer Hildur Gudnadottir has spent the past decade creating some of the most unique and indelible music and film scores in modern memory. Much like her fellow Icelanders Jóhann Jóhannsson and Ólafur Arnalds, Gudnadóttir has been composing weighty and layered ambiances and soundscapes. Her solo work obliterates the line between contemporary classical music and ...

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Dead Can Dance at Sava Center 2019

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Dead Can Dance
Sava Center
Belgrade, Serbia
June 28, 2019

To classify Dead Can Dance only as a goth band would be like enclosing them in a disproportionate cage. Insufficient, inadequate and undermining. It would be fairer to describe this group led by multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Brendan Perry and vocalist Lisa ...

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Eric Clapton at Wiener Stadthalle

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Eric Clapton
Wiener Stadthalle
Vienna, Austria
June 6, 2019

In his hands is the instrument of eternal damnation and salvation and a passage ticket either in hell or heaven. He is a master guitarist and a mythical beast whose songs and guitar virtuosity have elicited the entire spectrum of ...

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Philip Glass & Philip Glass Ensemble at Malmo Live Konserthus, Sweden

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Philip Glass & Philip Glass Ensemble
Malmo Live Konserthus
50th year jubilee
Malmo, Sweden
May 26, 2019

Throughout his nearly 6-decade career, composer Philip Glass continues to light up stages around the world. Particularly during this past May, his music lit up many stages throughout Europe as there was a ...

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Sting at the City Stadium in Macedonia

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Sting
City Stadium
Skopje, Macedonia
June 2, 2019

It seems that singer Sting's concerts here in this part of the world border on the miraculous. Just a few days since he kicked out his new world tour in support of his new album My Songs he visited Skopje for a stadium ...

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Ólafur Arnalds: Re:member and String Quartets

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With each release, Icelandic composer Ólafur Arnalds goes from strength to strength. Over the years, he has drawn from varied experiences in different genres of music, and as a result he has steered away from straightforward orchestrations and obvious classical experimentation and has favored a hybrid sound that intertwines electronics with acoustic instruments. As such he ...

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Lenny Kravitz at VIP Arena in Macedonia

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Lenny Kravitz
VIP Arena
Skopje, Macedonia
May 3, 2019

In top form, singer and guitarist Lenny Kravitz was phenomenal last night at the VIP Arena, the third performance on the European leg of the Raise Vibration Tour. The whole show was a reminder of what live entertainment used to ...

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Anoushka Shankar: Music Makes the World a Better Place

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Esoteric, eclectic and prolific, the Indian sitarist and composer Anoushka Shankar has mapped out an intriguing artistic path by delivering intriguing music that has veered between the modern and the traditional. Her ambitious, progressive and multicultural musical world view has been growing exponentially from a record to record and has taken her on a path of ...

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Anoushka Shankar: Reflections

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Over twenty years, Anoushka Shankar has grown into one of the world's leading sitarists. She has long been omnivorous in her musical tastes and this has resulted in a journey without borders. A daughter and student of the late Ravi Shankar, who almost single handedly introduced Indian music to Western musicians and audiences, she has nonetheless ...

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Marvin Gaye: You're the Man

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Much has been written over the years about soul legend Marvin Gaye and his contributions to music. There are many artists who could be lauded for their contribution to the art of singing but there aren't many others who have had such a profound effect on music in general with their voice, production abilities, and songwriting ...