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Austin, Texas (PRWEB) February 27, 2014
WHO: COMP (Childrens Opportunities for Music Participation) is a 2014 community outreach initiative of the Butler School of Music (BSOM) at the University of Texas at Austin, in partnership with Robert F. Smith of Vista Equity Partners. The initiative is designed to provide musical instruments and music instruction to young people across the greater Austin area, specifically in underprivileged school communities where access is limited. COMPs genesis is based on efforts developed via Mr. Smiths Lincoln Hills Recording Series program. (http://www.LincolnHills.com)
Butler School of Music at the University of Texas at Austin offers comprehensive undergraduate and graduate programs addressing both the practical and theoretical disciplines that make the music industry so rich and diverse.
WHAT: Jennifer Hudson, the Academy Award and Grammy winning recording artist, actress and spokesperson, will perform at a Private Patron Reception to launch the COMP Program on Thursday, February 27.
On Sunday, March 2, The Cleveland Orchestra will headline a Charity Gala Concert to conclude the Menuhin Competition, the worlds leading international violin competition for young players. Directed by Giancarlo Guerro, The Cleveland Orchestra has become one of the most sought-after performing ensembles in the world and is considered one of the most important orchestras in the United States. During the performance, Menuhin Competition winners will share the stage with The Cleveland Orchestra. The COMP program is supported by the generosity of Robert F. Smith of Vista Equity Partners, who envisions a program that will spark a flame of innovation and foster a lifetime love of music in Austin youth.
The Menuhin Competition’s Closing Gala Concert featuring the Cleveland Orchestra will be broadcast via a live video stream. The performance occurs on Sunday, March 2nd at 7:00pm. During the stream, listeners will have the opportunity to support the COMP program.
DETAILS: Butler School of Music COMP Program Events **All attendance donations directly benefit COMP**
Thursday, February 27, 6:30 p.m.
Private Patron Reception Benefiting COMP
Enjoy a culinary experience by Top Chef Paul Qui with special performances by Jennifer Hudson, Arabella Steinbacher, Olivier Charlier, Kevin Zhu, Gordon Back, The Sphinx Laureates. To secure your attendance, please donate on one of the following levels: $ 5,000 Patron, $ 3,500 Benefactor or $ 2,000 Supporter. For questions or additional information, please contact: Melissa(at)SilhouetteGroup(dot)com or 850.445.9034.
Sunday, March 2, 7pm
Cleveland Orchestra Gala Concert Benefiting COMP at Long Center for Performing Arts, 701 W. Riverside Drive, Austin, TX 78704
To purchase tickets ranging from $ 44-$ 104, visit: http://thelongcenter.org/visit/box-office/.
For more information and to provide direct support for the COMP Fund, please visit: http://music.utexas.edu/outreach/GroupVisits.aspx.
WHAT ELSE: Children’s Opportunities for Music Participation (COMP) is a 2014 community outreach initiative
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Easton, PA (PRWEB) March 09, 2014
The all-new Cigar Advisor Magazine is an online cigar magazine that brings a fresh, irreverent, and down-to-earth perspective on all things cigars to thousands of smokers. In addition to educational cigar content and behind-the-scenes cigar industry articles from some of the businesss top names, Cigar Advisor delivers an array of content about a variety of topics of interest to people who enjoy the cigar lifestyle. The magazine also features cigar reviews and ratings submitted by real smokers, and much more. Cigar Advisor Magazine has an article called Whatever Happened to the Smoking Jacket? by Arthur Payson, an in-depth look at the history and downfall of the smoking jacket.
When you hear the words “smoking jacket,” one image that comes to mind is that of Playboy magazine founder, Hugh Hefner. He’s probably one of the few people who not only reintroduced it to male smokers, it actually became part of his image.
Cigar Advisor Magazine has published an article in this month’s feature section, entitled, “Whatever Happened to the Smoking Jacket?” Written by Cigar Advisor contributor, Arthur Payson, readers will learn the history, design and possible future of this highly fashionable and practical garment.
“With each waking day, we look in our closet to choose what we want to wear,” writes Mr. Payson. “This decision starts a chain of events that continues throughout the day. What we choose to wear tells the world a lot about ourselves.”
Payson points out that sometimes our clothes reflect our interests. “A guitar player’s T-shirt might sport the image of a 1958 Gibson Les Paul. Those of us with passionate interests [such as cigars] like to share them with the world. Its what sets us apart from others.”
The smoking jacket, which dates back to the late 19th Century, “was created to wear after dinner, when the men would retire to a smoking room,” adds Payson. “This robe-like outer garment made of silk, velvet, or wool, was designed to protect the wearer from odors and falling ash. The origin of the smoking jacket may have been Edward VII, (1841-1910) the Prince of Wales.”
About Cigar Advisor Magazine
Cigar Advisor magazine is a digital publication created for real cigar enthusiasts who love tobacco and live the lifestyle. Cigar smokers are passionate about almost everything they do – whether it’s the drinks they savor, the food they devour, the cars and motorcycles they dream of, the sports they’re fanatical about or the women they love, Cigar Advisor shares those passions with a razor-sharp edge, soaking up each day and experience as if it were our last. Find that passion and more on display at CigarAdvisor.com.
Vinyl labels have been utilized in many different situations. They are commonly used for organization. They have been used in many different places as well. They have been used in offices to keep thing organized such as; cabinets, files, and important documents too. They are used often by people to label themselves, making them recognizable to others in the office as well as clients that may be coming in. Vinyl labels are not the only kind of labels, but they are often used due to the fact that they can easily be removed or used permanently, as well as their non absorbent surface. Labels can be used in your home as well. Most of us pride ourselves on the cleanliness and organization of our living spaces. Labels are a way to keep your home organized. Vinyl labels may be what you are looking for when trying to organize you important belongings or household objects
When having teeth pulled or any other painful dental work, someone specialized in sedation dentistry may be extremely helpful to you. These are dentists who are specialized and certified to use sedation as a dental tool. Sedation dentistry has been used for adults and children for many years, and will probably continue to be used. There are a few forms of sedation as well as levels of sedation a dentist may use. They may be looking for a mild sedative that can be absorbed through the oral cavity. Other, stronger forms may be used; moderate to heavy sedation is often achieved through inhalation, intravenously, or intramuscular sedation. These are a heavier form of sedation. These forms are used to depress the central nervous system. It is used to relax the patient, making dental work less traumatic. Sedation dentistry is commonly used and for most people, some form of sedation is a necessity when having dental work done.
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