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It's already January 31st?  This wintry month flew by, but we heard a bunch of great new music.  Here's our playlist of some of our favorites released this month.

Ubuhle Women: Beadwork and the Art of Independence

On view February 1 – April 25, 2020

 

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TCB Motown Soul Magic Moments Concert February 8th

Enjoy an evening of the biggest R&B hits of all time, including "My Girl," "The Way You Do The Things You Do" and "This Magic Moment."

AN EVENING OF MAGIC MOMENTS WITH TCB at

SCOTT CENTER FOR WORSHIP AND PERFORMING ARTS at

HOLY TRINITY EPISCOPAL ACADEMY

Pyotr Tchaikovsky
Pubic Domain

Remember the "Paul is dead" conspiracy theories of the late 1960s?

Tchaikovsky's sixth symphony has some mystery about it, with some claiming that it's a thinly veiled musical suicide note. Most say this is nonsense, Tchaikovsky died of cholera. But since he died a few days after conducting the symphony's premiere, there has always been an air of mystery surrounding his final symphony.

We have no answers to the question, but we'll conclude our cycle of the six Tchaikovsky symphonies with the Pathetique, the nonetheless haunting Symphony No. 6, this Sunday.

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