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Hungary: Digitales Handeln In Ungarn Teil2. - Katona & Partners Attorneys at Law

Die ungarische Regierung hat sich im 2010-Jahren zum Ziel gesetzt, den hiesigen Online-Handel zu fördern, da die Einkaufs-Gewohnheiten der ungarisch...
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Live from Covent Garden review, Royal Opera House: a jolly mix of popular arias and pas de deux

This was a bit more like it. After a weirdly arcane first concert and a second one austerely devoted to the sublime heights of Mahler’s Das Lied von der Erde, the Royal Opera House knuckled down to the equally noble and needful business of cheering us all up. Streamed live from an audience-less Covent Garden, here was a jolly programme of operatic plums, sung by charming members of the opera’s resident young artists scheme, interspersed with two exquisitely beautiful pas de deux, danced by off-s...
Tags: News, Entertainment, Royal Ballet, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Verdi, Bach, Mahler, Gershwin, La Traviata, Handel, Bess, Manu, Rossini, Brindisi, Algeri


Hungary: Online-Handel In Ungarn - Katona & Partners Attorneys at Law

Die ungarische Regierung hat sich im 2010-Jahren zum Ziel gesetzt, den hiesigen Online-Handel zu fördern, da die Einkaufs-Gewohnheiten der ungarischen ...
Tags: News, Hungary, Handel, Jahren, Ungarn Katona


Jon Ossoff Wins Democratic Senate Primary in Georgia

A day after the state’s elections descended into confusion, Mr. Ossoff, a 33-year-old Democrat, emerged as the Democratic challenger to the Republican incumbent, Senator David Perdue.
Tags: Elections, News, Justice, Senate, West Virginia, Georgia, House Of Representatives, Lucy, Jon, Handel, Primaries and Caucuses, McBath, Jon Ossoff, Ossoff, Karen C, James C II


Jon Ossoff Holds Strong Lead as Georgia Waits for Senate Primary Results

After a day of chaotic voting, Mr. Ossoff, a 33-year-old Democrat, was well ahead but still facing the possibility of a runoff election for the opportunity to challenge the Republican incumbent, Senator David Perdue.
Tags: Elections, News, Justice, West Virginia, Georgia, House Of Representatives, Lucy, Jon, Handel, Primaries and Caucuses, McBath, Jon Ossoff, Ossoff, Karen C, James C II, Georgia Waits for Senate


Coronavirus: The self-isolation choir with worldwide members

This weekend thousands of people will gather as an online choir to perform Handel’s Messiah.
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These States May Already Be Doomed for a Second Lockdown

As states rush to reopen after pandemic-triggered lockdowns, public health experts say new surges could soon warrant a second set of stay-at-home orders. Of course, it remains far from clear that some of these same states’ governors—who were often slow to lock down in the first place—will be willing to do it. The political pressure to restart economies and release people from isolation has been fierce. But failing to act again, however painful, could see the same states overwhelmed by COVID-19 c...
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Helping The Handel And Haydn Society Head Into The Future, By Acknowledging The Real Past

The Handel and Haydn Society has been around, performing Baroque concerts on period instruments, since 1815. And now it’s time to diversify their programming – and acknowledge the diversity they’ve already had, says Reginald Mobley, their new programming consultant. “‘There are so many composers that are female or black or queer that have existed long before we really thought of race or sexuality as a social construct,’ says Mobley. … ‘What it does is gives a sense of belonging … to all of thes...
Tags: Art, Music, Handel, Haydn Society, Mobley, Reginald Mobley, 04.23.20


A refined Acis and Galatea at Cadogan Hall

The first performance of Handel's two-act Acis and Galatea - variously described as a masque, serenata, pastoral or ‘little opera’ - took place in the summer of 1718 at Cannons, the elegant residence of James Brydges, Earl of Carnavon and later Duke of Chandos.
Tags: Religion, Handel, Galatea, Cadogan Hall, James Brydges Earl, Carnavon


In the Met Opera’s ‘Agrippina,’ the Roman Empire Never Ended

A contemporary-dress Handel production calls to mind “House of Cards,” “Succession” and your choice of rulers in the age of Trump.
Tags: News, David, House Of Cards, Harry, Opera, Peter, Davies, Joyce, Handel, Metropolitan Opera, Gelb, DiDonato, Iestyn, McVicar, George Frederick, Agrippina (Opera


The Secret of the “Perfect Montage” at the Heart of Parasite, the Korean Film Now Sweeping World Cinema

For nearly as long as mankind has tried to commit the perfect crime, mankind has tried to tell stories of the perfect crime. Both endeavors demand intensive planning, the story of the crime perhaps even more rigorously so than the crime itself. No less obsessive a teller and reteller of "perfect crime" stories than Alfred Hitchcock knew that well, and so he remains an icon of such storytelling in cinema. Hence the visual reference, albeit a vanishingly brief one, to the master of suspens...
Tags: Google, Film, College, Korea, Kim, Woody Allen, Seoul, David Lynch, Alfred Hitchcock, Parks, Martin Scorsese, Facebook Twitter, Yang Jin, Evan Puschak, Bong, Nerdwriter


How to take your dog backpacking

Adventure outdoors has a way of bringing people together, and for many dog owners, it’s also a way to bond with their four-legged friend. Few people know that bond quite as well as Nicole Handel and her trail dog Bear. Handel was never the outdoorsy type, but after inheriting Bear in the aftermath of a breakup she realized that, like most dogs, the active German Shepherd loved spending time outside. The two began hiking regularly in the woods and mountains near their home in Vermont, and wha...
Tags: Travel, Instagram, Dogs, Pets, Bear, Vermont, All, Mount Washington, Handel, Mount Mansfield, Traveling With Pets, Traveling With Dogs, Trips With Dogs, Traveling With A Dog, Nicole Handel, Moab Handel


The musical entrepreneurship behind the ‘Hallelujah’ Chorus

The musical entrepreneurship behind the ‘Hallelujah’ Chorus Although it was intended to be an Easter composition, the “Hallelujah” Chorus from Handel’s Messiah has become the musical diadem of the Christmas season. It has already in early January vanished from the radio, because the modern West pre-celebrates all its holidays. (The Christmas season traditionally spans the “12 days of Christmas,” from December 25 until the feast of Epiphany on January 6.) Ho...
Tags: UK, London, Religion, West, Italy, Dublin, George Frideric Handel, Christ, Matthew, Hanover, Messiah, Ben, Minnesota Public Radio, Handel, Halle Germany, Horace Walpole


10 economic lessons from ‘Emmett Otter’s Jugband Christmas’

10 economic lessons from ‘Emmett Otter’s Jugband Christmas’ Jim Henson’s beloved Emmett Otter’s Jugband Christmas first entered the hearts of Canadian children in December 1977 and made its U.S. debut on HBO one year later. The musical Muppet adventure tells the story of widow Alice Otter and her tenderhearted son, Emmett, who decide the only way they can afford Christmas presents this year is to win a talent competition – with an exacting entrance fee. As...
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Christmas Eve reflections on the importance of humility

Tomorrow is Christmas. We can spend a lot of time on the theology of what Christmas signifies.  Brighter minds than mine have tried to demystify the concept of God, a higher power, a diffuse presence that unites all life.  Better scholars than I have read the sacred scriptures of their faiths, written books, and given sermons inspired by what they found.  I take nothing from them—literally, God bless them! But the whole idea of believing in something beyond what our five senses tell us is becaus...
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Best live music venues in Boston

Bring up Boston , and everyone within earshot starts playing the word association game. Red Sox. Harvard. Cheers. The Boston Tea Party. Everyone knows the city for something. It’s no secret that Boston’s also a music city. After all, it’s had more time than most American cities to cultivate a music scene. Yet in light of the Massachusetts capital’s many celebrated institutions, it’s easy to forget just how musical Boston really is, from the buskers on Newbury Street to the Berklee kids wearing...
Tags: Travel, NYC, Boston, Massachusetts, US, Jimi Hendrix, PBR, House, Middle East, Cambridge, Haim, Clubs, Leon, All, Music Venues, Celtics


‘The Gentlemen’ Trailer: Matthew McConaughey Has a Story About a Wise Lion and a Young Dragon

Since we’re almost to the end of 2019, it’s time to start looking forward to the movies of 2020. Normally, January is a dumping ground for some pretty bad movies, but one possible bright spot appears to be director Guy Ritchie‘s return to shady crime in London The Gentlemen stars Matthew McConaughey as Mickey Pearson, the overseer of a massive marijuana empire in London. But when word that he might be dropping out of the business gets around, he’s challenged by a young up-and-comer (Henry Goldi...
Tags: Comedy, London, Movies, Matthew-McConaughey, Movie Trailers, Guy-Ritchie, Hugh-Grant, Stx Entertainment, Handel, Action/Adventure, Henry Golding, Mickey Pearson, The Gentlemen, Mickey Pearson Matthew McConaughey


A La Carte (December 23)

Today’s Kindle deals include a pretty good selection of titles. We used to be able to count on Crossway for some new deals each Monday; I wonder if and when they will return… (Yesterday on the blog: A Prayer for a Sunday Evening) The Courage To Say “Help” This is so true. “It is hard to ask for help. Hard to admit our brokenness. Hard to accept, in our individualistic society, that we can’t manage alone. Hard to open ourselves up to potential rejection or ridicule. And hard t...
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Opera tally for 2019

Wagner 9 Mozart 5 Handel, Puccini 4 Janáček 3 Berlioz, Henze, Strauss, Tchaikovsky 2 Benjamin, Berg, Birtwistle, Blow, Britten, Cherubini, Chaya Czernowin, Dvořak, Gavin Higgins, Dani Howard, Korngold, Mussorgsky, Otto Nicolai, Offenbach, Olga Neuwirth, Rameau, Prokofiev, Purcell, Saint-Saëns, Alessandro Scarlatti, Zemlinsky 1 A visit to Bayreuth is odds-on to provide a Wagner victory in this annual tally; so it was in 2019. (No such visit being planned...
Tags: Religion, Long, Mozart, Wagner, Handel, Bayreuth, Janacek, Mark Berry, Handel Puccini, Berlioz Henze Strauss Tchaikovsky, Benjamin Berg Birtwistle


Semele, Komische Oper, 18 December 2019

Jupiter – Stuart Jackson Juno – Ezgi Kutlu Cadmus – Philipp Meierhöfer Semele – Sydney Mancasola Ino – Karolina Gumos Athamas – Terry Wey Iris – Georgina Melville Somnus, Priest – Evan Hughes Barrie Kosky (director) David Merz (Spielleitung) Natacha Le Guen de Kerneizon (set designs) Carla Teti (costumes) Johanna Wall (dramaturgy) Alessandro Carletti (lighting) Chorus of the Komische Oper Berlin (chorus director: David C...
Tags: Berlin, Religion, Sydney, Pope, Jupiter, Iris, Bacchus, Juno, Haydn, Handel, William Congreve, Henze, Royal Academy of Music, Mark Berry, Congreve, Barrie Kosky


Enjoying Handel’s Sublime Gift

The Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts, Indianapolis Pastor Dan and his wife graciously treated us by inviting us to join them last night for a performance of Handel’s Messiah at the Center for the Performing Arts here in Indianapolis. It was magnificent. The Palladium is a state of the art concert venue, and the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and Symphonic Choir, directed by remarkable young conductor Jacob Joyce, captured the emotion and drama of the Christ story beautifully. Ta...
Tags: Religion, Indianapolis, Advent, Dan, Handel, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, IM Recommended Listening, Center for the Performing Arts Indianapolis, Jacob Joyce


When Christ Will Come Again: Why Christmas Keeps Us Waiting

This year marks the three hundredth anniversary of one of the most beloved Christmas hymns in the English language: “Joy to the World.” Interestingly, though, its author, Isaac Watts (1674–1748), likely wasn’t thinking of Christmas when he penned it. The hymn first appeared in 1719, when Watts published a collection of hymns, to which he gave the catchy title The Psalms of David: Imitated in the language of the New Testament, and applied to the Christian state and worship. His goal was to b...
Tags: Israel, Religion, David, Jesus, Christian, John, Christ, Matthew, Corinthians, Mary, Joseph, PAUL, Watts, Luke, Jacob, Jeremiah


Handel's Messiah at the Royal Albert Hall

For those of us who live in a metropolitan bubble, where performances of Handel's Messiah by small professional ensembles are common, it is easy to forget that for many people, Handel's masterpiece remains a large-scale choral work. My own experiences of Messiah include singing the work in a choir of 150 at the Royal Albert Hall, and the venue's tradition of performing the work annually dates back to the 19th century.


Handel with a difference as Messiah becomes 'El Mesías'

REVIEW: Handel's choral masterpiece melts cultural boundaries in a thrilling bilingual version by Border CrosSing.
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ClearLight backs Handel’s Homemade Ice Cream

ClearLight Partners has made an investment in Youngstown, Ohio-based Handel’s Homemade Ice Cream, an ice cream chain. No financial terms were disclosed for the deal that was done in partnership with Handel owner Leonard Fisher. PRESS RELEASE NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Private equity firm ClearLight Partners announced today that it has made an investment in Handel’s Homemade Ice Cream, a franchisor of premium ice cream scoop shops, in partnership with Handel’s owner Leonard Fisher. Ter...
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CSO African American Network - Winter 2019 Newsletter

Festive greetings! Despite the chilling temperatures across Chicago, the CSO African American Network is heating up with the exciting adventures opening the 2019/20 season. We are thrilled about our new AAN Create Your Own Subscription offer. You can now design your own AAN subscription series by selecting your preferred dates and seating options from our newly-announced list of 19 AAN-hosted events and Chicago Symphony Orchestra concerts. With this offering, you can curate ...
Tags: New York, Religion, Chicago, Paris, Beethoven, University Of Chicago, Norman, Florence, Daniel Barenboim, Jessye Norman, Anne, Schumann, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, CSO, Peri, Darlene


81 Christmas events and holiday things to do in Southern California in 2019

While there might not be a chill in the air, the holidays are definitely right around the corner. For a lot of people, that means the kids will be out of school, family members will be visiting and there will be plenty of time that will need to be filled. If you’re looking for a fun event (or several) to make the most of the holiday season, we’re here to help. We’ve rounded up this handy featuring a sampling of holiday happenings in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties and ...
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Watch J.S. Bach’s “Air on the G String” Played on the Actual Instruments from His Time

There is no wrong way to listen to the music of Johann Sebastian Bach. You may prefer the austere, idiosyncratic piano interpretations of Glenn Gould; you may prefer the groundbreaking analog-synthesizer renditions painstakingly recorded by Wendy Carlos (whose early fans included Gould himself); or you may prefer faithful performances using only the instruments extant in the late 17th to mid-18th century period in which Bach lived. In that last case, the San Francisco early-music ensembl...
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R.I.P. Raymond Leppard (1927-2019)

‘The light of my life,’ Janet Baker once described him. Raymond Leppard's recordings certainly lit up mine – and continue to do so. From his legendary Monteverdi and Cavalli, all of which still knocks spots off the allegedly ‘authenticke’ competition, to the twentieth century, Leppard’s music-making was above all characterised an unmistakeable zest for and belief in his art, quite without affectation or concomitant regard for fashion. I only heard him twice in the flesh: once as a scho...
Tags: London, Religion, Sheffield, Cavalli, Handel, Monteverdi, Galatea, Mark Berry, Janet Baker, Dame Janet, Raymond Leppard


The Mask of Orpheus, English National Opera, 18 October 2019

Coliseum Images: (c) Alastair Muir, 2019 Orpheus the Man – Peter Hoare Orpheus the Myth, Hades – Daniel Norman Orpheus the Hero – Matthew Smith Eurydice the Woman – Marta Fontanals-Simmons Eurydice the Myth, Persephone – Claire Barnett-Jones Eurydice the Hero – Alfa Marks Aristaeus the Man – James Cleverton Aristaeus the Myth, Charon – Simon Bailey Aristaeus the Hero – Leo Hedman The Oracle of the Dead, Hecate – Claron McFadden ...
Tags: England, Religion, Vogue, Liberace, Robert Lepage, Judy, Charon, Barry Anderson, Eno, Kramer, Wagner, Stockhausen, Handel, Berg, David Ireland, Adorno