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Artist Profiles: Júlio Resende | World Music Central

Pianist, Composer, Producer Júlio Resende was born on June 10, 1982, in Faro, Algarve region, Portugal, although he spent his childhood in nearby Olhão. Júlio Resende is best known as a pioneer of a unique new genre called “Fado-Jazz”. His improvisation techniques include a variety of music genres, including jazz, fado, classical music and even electronic music. Resende’s first adventure …

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Artist Spotlight: Casii Stephan’s slow musical start led him to success

For soul and pop-rock singer, Casii Stephan, Minnesota gave him roots, but Tulsa gave him its own wings. After moving to Oklahoma to launch his musical endeavors, it is clear that Stephan is a powerful force. Praised for her subtle vibrato and intense melodies, as well as her emotional lyrics, Stephan has been compared to such artists as Florence Welch, …

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Russia has acquitted the feminist artist on trial for pornography

Comment on this story Comment MOSCOW-A court in Russia’s far east on Friday granted an extraordinary acquittal to a feminist artist accused of spreading pornography after she shared artwork online depicting female bodies. The cases against activist Yulia Tsvetkova, 29, in the far eastern city of Komsomolsk-on-Amur have sparked international outrage, with human rights groups linking her persecution to the …

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When did humans start making art and neanderthals also became artists?

By Michael Marshall Painting of a bison from the Altamira cave complex Altamira National Museum and Research Center/CC BY-SA 3.0 This is an extract from Our Human Story, our newsletter about the archeological revolution. Sign up to receive it in your inbox for free every month. When we think about art, we often think about the recent past. The famous …

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The Petoskey area artist won gold at the Mackinac State Historic Parks juried exhibition

MACKINAC ISLAND – Mackinac State Historic Parks recently announced the winners of its 2022 juried art exhibition with local Petoskey getting the best of the show. The exhibit – titled “Mackinac Journeys” – provided an opportunity for submitting artists to explore the idea of ​​traveling to Mackinac Island. A statement on the organization’s website reads “… from lifelong residents to …

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‘We need fewer artists and more heroes’

When I was filming The hero in 2001, I mourned the loss of my father. Vojo was a national hero, a soldier who fought the Nazis along with Yugoslav partisans, communists led by Tito. He was a very handsome man, with a strong, stern face and a thick, powerful-looking head of hair. In pictures he from the war is almost …

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