Could listening to music make you FITTER? Enjoying your favourite tune ‘strengthens the heart and improves stamina’ dailymail.co.uk/health/article…
She was a child star from the Bronx who gained international fame as an Academy Award-winning singer who performed the title tracks in "Flashdance" and "Fame," some of the biggest movie theme songs of the 1980s. nyti.ms/3GOKC5F pic.twitter.com/bHp3hirbpL
The city of Vienna is the focus of @buchbinderpiano's new album for good reason. With culture an important part of the city's mentality, Buchbinder takes the example of the many plaques trumpeting where Beethoven lived and composed!
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Good morning my Tweethearts! A few pics from Fri ribbon cutting for new @CityOfBoston plaza design. Lots more greenery, seating, accessibility! You know it’s a pah-ty when brass band shows up. And I got my Boston cookie💖Luv my city & 99.5! Join us @CRBClassical🎶 pic.twitter.com/4cejU24AAr
Wow! I just got a Grammy nomination for Best Improvised Jazz Solo for Falling on my 12 Stars album. What an honor! Thank you to my band, Robin Tomchin, Cecile,Don Was, James Farber, Blue Note Records team, my Fans and the Recording Academy
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The title of @buchbinderpiano's new album - Soirée de Vienne - focuses on Vienna as the city of the Soirée for good reason. This city was and still is one of the most culturally-minded cities in the world.
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On this day in 1969, Miles' producer at Columbia Records, Teo Macero, sends a memo to his higher-ups at the label: "Miles just called and said he wants this album to be titled: 'BITCHES BREW.' Please advise." Read more here: cdn.smehost.net/milesdaviscom… milesdavis.com/albums/bitches… pic.twitter.com/rNEFLmYcEX
It was a joy making my debut with the @NatSymphonyDC at @kennedycenter! Truly vibrant playing in #Dean and #Bartók Concerto for orchestra and poetic, supremely beautiful interpretation of #Ravel's Piano Concerto for the left hand by @TiberghienC.
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