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Galway backs out of 2021 Irish Amateur Open

Galway Golf Club. Picture: Galway GC Golf Ireland will soon begin searching for a new venue for this year’s Irish Amateur Open Championship after Galway Golf Club voted on Monday to turn down its chance to host the event from August 12-15. Three years ago, the huge Salthill club, which had 1,292 members on its books at the start of last year, was awar...
Tags: England, Sport, Golf, Galway, Warrenpoint, Salthill, James Newton, Development Committee, Amateur golf, Jamie Fletcher, Galway Golf Club, Island Golf Club, Golf Ireland, Ken Kearney, Donabate, Mackenzie Ebert

John Malveaux: Dr. James Newton offers "Amazing Grace" on CD "The Manual of Light"

Dr. James Newton John Malveaux of   writes: Flutist/composer/researcher/ educator Dr. James Newton offers a string orchestra deeply contemplative arrangement  of AMAZING GRACE on his CD titled THE MANUAL OF LIGHT 2018.  I recalled being surprised and deeply touched when President Obama led the Emanuel AME Church in singing AMAZING GRACE during the eulogy at Charleston church for murdered victims. James Newton string orchestra arrangement...
Tags: Obama, Religion, Charleston, Emanuel AME Church, James Newton, William J Zick, John Malveaux, James Newton John Malveaux

Newton five ahead in Flogas Irish Amateur Open

James Newton (England) driving at the first in the third round of the 2019 Flogas Irish Amateur Open Championship at County Sligo Golf Club. Picture by Pat Cashman England's James Newton carded a two-under 69 to take a commanding five-stroke lead into the final round of the Flogas Irish Amateur Open at County Sligo.The 24-year-old from Macclesfield leads on 120under par from Galw...
Tags: England, Sport, Ireland, Golf, Newton, Galway, Macclesfield, Wilson, Strickland, Lyons, Thornton, Kilkenny, Hinton, Purcell, Huggins, McCormack

Flogas Irish Amateur Open: Newton heads Mullarney by two

James Newton (England) lining up his putt on the 15th green in the second round of the 2019 Flogas Irish Amateur Open Championship at County Sligo Golf Club (17/05/2019). Picture by Pat Cashman England's James Newton fired a second successive 66 to take a two-stroke lead over Galway’s Ronan Mullarney at halfway in the Flogas Irish Amateur Open at Rosses Point.Mullarney opened with...
Tags: England, Germany, Sport, Ireland, Republic Of Ireland, Golf, Ufc, The Island, Bolton, Newton, Galway, Macclesfield, Wilson, Langley, Kevin, Strickland

Irish Amateur Open: Mullarney fires record 62 to lead at Rosses Point

Leader Ronan Mullarney (Galway) on the 18th green after carding a course record 62 in the first round of the 2019 Flogas Irish Amateur Open Championship at County Sligo Golf Club. (16/05/2019). Picture by Pat Cashman Galway’s Ronan Mullarney made nine birdies in a scintillating course record 62 to take a four-stroke lead after the opening day of the Flogas Irish Amateur Open at Co...
Tags: England, Scotland, Sport, Golf, Connor, Castle, Galway, Wilson, Mcdonnell, Flanagan, Neill, Connemara, Strickland, Dundalk, Lisburn, Sligo

John Malveaux: Resonance Records resurrects jazz history...with Eric Dolphy

RESONANCE co-president Zev Feldman with a copy of “Eric Dolphy: Musical Prophet.” John Malveaux   of   forwards this: The Los Angeles Times 20 Jan 2019By Randall Roberts The story of “Eric Dolphy: Musical Prophet” begins in a suitcase. It’s 1964, and the Los Angeles born jazz multi-instrumentalist Eric Dolphy, then living in New York and at the peak of his alto-sax-blowing powers, is headed overseas. Known fo...
Tags: New York, France, Berlin, Religion, Los Angeles, Paris, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles Times, Montgomery, Jaco Pastorius, Wes Montgomery, Resonance Records, Stan Getz, Bill Evans, Eric Dolphy, James Newton

John Malveaux: Eric Dolphy performances and compositions included classical music

Eric Dolphy John Malveaux   of   writes: Although primarily known as a  Jazz artist, Eric Dolphy performances and compositions included classical music. Comments by composer Hale Smith are included  in  Eric Dolphy Musical Prophet  shared with MusicUNTOLD by UCLA professor, musician, composer James Newton.   [Author: William J. Zick]
Tags: Religion, Ucla, Eric Dolphy, James Newton, William J Zick, John Malveaux, Hale Smith, Eric Dolphy John Malveaux

John Malveaux: James Newton & Vida L. Brown Present "In Conversation: The Eric Dolphy Story" at California African American Museum June 14, 2018

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Tags: Congress, California, Germany, Religion, House, Ucla, Eric Dolphy, James Newton, William J Zick, John Malveaux, Hale Smith, Dolphy, John Malveaux Pamela Smith Hudson Eric Dolphy, Vida L Brown, Pamela Smith Hudson

John Malveaux: UCLA Newsroom: After hearing Duke Ellington, some UCLA students asked if he would play a free concert in Royce Hall

John Malveaux   of   writes of this article from the UCLA Newsletter: "After hearing Duke Ellington play at a local club in 1937, some  UCLA students asked the band leader  if he would play a free concert in Royce Hall. “I’ve been waiting for someone to ask us!” Ellington reportedly answered. On the day of the big concert, Ellington mixed up the venues and drove to USC instead. He eventually did get to UCLA and delighted the crowd for more than...
Tags: Religion, Usc, Ucla, Duke Ellington, Ellington, James Newton, Robert Graham, Schoenberg Hall, Royce Hall, William J Zick, John Malveaux, UCLA Newsroom, UCLA Newsletter

John Malveaux: Concert celebrates award-winning UCLA composer and flute virtuoso James Newton for his 65th birthday

James Newton John Malveaux   of   writes: Honoring educator, flutist, and composer Dr. James Newton  April 22, 2018. UCLA Six of Newton’s original compositions, including two world premieres, offer a glimpse into his evolution as a composer Ariane Bicho | ...
Tags: Religion, Newton, Ucla, Carnegie Hall, James Newton, Schoenberg Hall, William J Zick, John Malveaux, Lyris Quartet, UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, Gloria Cheng, James Newton John Malveaux, UCLA Newton, Berlin National Gallery Newton, Anthony Parnther Soprano Holly Sedillos, Eric Shetzen

North Carolina man sentenced to prison in 2014 shooting

KENANSVILLE, N.C. (AP) — A North Carolina man charged in a fatal shooting outside a fast-food restaurant in 2014 has pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter. WITN in Greenville reports authorities say 29-year-old James Newton also pleaded guilty in a Duplin County court on Thursday to first-degree arson. Police say the body of McKinley Beatty Jr. […]
Tags: News, North Carolina, Greenville, N C AP, Duplin County, James Newton, Nation & World, Kenansville, McKinley Beatty Jr

Stunning Images From Arcaid’s Architecture Photographer Of The Year 2016 Shortlist

Stock photography stalwart Arcaid Images just announced the 20 of the year’s best architectural photographs in the running for the 2016 Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Awards. Photographs are shortlisted under four categories: Exteriors, Interiors, Sense of Place and Buildings in Use. The photographs will be showcased at World Architecture Festival from November 16-18 in Berlin, Germany. The overall winner will be revealed at a gala dinner following the show. More info: Arcaid Awards ...
Tags: Design, Milan, London, Architecture, Mumbai, Kashmir, Lyon, Zurich, Ghana, Shanghai Tower, Gensler, Winnipeg, Accra, Berlin Germany, Independence Square, Finsbury Park

Vet Composer James Newton Howard Scores High Honor at BMI Film/TV Awards

Performing rights organization BMI honored James Newton Howard at their annual Film/TV Awards at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel on Wednesday night, feting the veteran film composer as well as handing out awards to the composers of the year’s top-grossing films and TV series. It was an appropriate venue, as a clip reel of Newton’s greatest hits lingered... Read more »
Tags: Music, News, Scene, VPage, Bmi, Newton, James Newton Howard, David Newman, James Newton, Beverly Wilshire Hotel

Classy Campbell holds off Hume charge to claim regal win at Royal Dublin

Winner Colm Campbell (Warrenpoint) with the 2016 Flogas Irish Amateur Open Championship trophy after his victory at The Royal Dublin Golf Club today (08/05/2016). Picture by Pat Cashman The stage was so spectacular set up that the performers could hardly fail. With the Royal Dublin at her Sunday best, the yellow whins and springy turf caressed in their glorious, technicolour best by a zephyr breeze as midday haze gave way to golden sunshine, the Flogas Iri...
Tags: Europe, England, Germany, Sport, Czech Republic, Ireland, Golf, Nice, Jack, Goodwood, Matthew Jordan, Great Britain, Ksa, Campbell, Warrenpoint, Louth

Shootout at Dollymount — Campbell heads Hume in Royal Dublin birdie blitz

Follow the leader. Colm Campbell (Warrenpoint) walking across the bridge at the 13th hole followed by his caddy Stephen Coulter in the third round of the 2016 Flogas Irish Amateur Open Championship at The Royal Dublin Golf Club. Picture by Pat Cashman Colm Campbell might have made an eagle and 17 birdies in the first three rounds of the Flogas Irish Amateur Open but such is the quality of the golf that he's only two clear of pal Jack Hume heading into Sund...
Tags: Europe, UK, England, Germany, Sport, Ireland, Golf, Jack, GUI, Ksa, Penge, Marco, Campbell, Warrenpoint, Hume, James Newton

Twenty five Great Jazz Flute Performances

I recently reviewed an album from the flautist Sam Most recorded in 1978 titled From the Attic of My Mind. He was a fabulous player and an influential creative innovator on his instrument. Unfortunately flute is not often seen as a major jazz instrument, but often relegated to an occasional sidekick to the saxophone. It got me to thinking about some of the other great jazz flute performances that I have heard over the years and so I decided it might be fun to make a list and share them, perhap...
Tags: America, Spain, Vienna, Paris, Huffington Post, Chick Corea, Charles Lloyd, Dizzy Gillespie, Eric Dolphy, Oliver Nelson, Gil Scott Heron, Freddie Hubbard, Sam Most, Joe Farrell, Yusef Lateef, James Moody