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Conservation and Innovation in Early Music

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Three events over the next week will explore this theme: Nov 13 12 noon Christine Montgomery, violin & compostion “Plugged-In Vivaldi” ABOUT THE ARTIST: Chrissie Caulfield is a violinist and composer working principally in contemporary, ambient and rock idioms. She plays electric violin in the Progressive Rock band Catscans, has[…]

Sept 11 “The Language of Peace” 12 noon SLT

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]”The language of peace” Shprav OODLES & Sandia BEAUMONT, piano, harpsichord & organ Sunday Sept 11 @ 12 pm (NOON) Music Island, Sea Turtle Island http://slurl.com/secondlife/Sea%20Turtle%20Island/54/21/23 PROGRAM: Bartok Grasshopper Wedding Heliodoro de Paiva Tento de IV Tom Bartok BEAR dance Tchaikovsky June Barcarolle Handel Sonatina in A minor Improv Bartok:[…]

Is there a creative economy in Second Life?

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In the context of a maillist discussion, this video was posted, sparking my comments as below. SLCC 2011 The Creative Economy In Second Live by Sitearm Madonna aka James Neville from Sitearm Madonna on Vimeo. It is interesting to note that Richard Florida moved to Canada, citing in part the[…]

Labour Day Weekend Events

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In Second Life this Labour Day Weekend? Super! Music Island, Cedar Island and Virtual Ability have got together to have a bunch of great events for you to do Saturday, September 3 8 am SLT- Labor Literature- readings by Bathsheba Darkfold and Chaoite Resident Cape Serenity Library (text and voice)noon[…]

Saturday August 13 Joaquin Gustav, 2 pm SLT

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Joaquin Gustav, latin guitar Music Island, Sea Turtle Island August 13, 2 pm SLT Joaquin is a highly trained guitarist, born and received his music education in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the birthplace of tango. Out of his fingers comes an array of string sounds that blend the colors of Latin[…]