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Терем-квартет представляет фестиваль World music

Фестиваль народной музыки
Фестиваль народной музыки
Декабрь 4, 2014

Фестиваль музыки народов мира World music пройдет в БКЗ «Октябрьский»

Второй раз Петербург принимает грандиозный фестиваль World music, организованный Терем-квартетом — питерским коллективом, часто называемым «символом многогранной русской культуры» и «символом Петербурга».

Фестиваль посвящен мировой народной музыке и предназначен для того, чтобы загадочные и неизвестные далекие страны стали нам ближе. Поэтому 10 декабря жителей и гостей нашего города ожидает насыщенная яркая программа, в том числе перед вами предстанут:

  • Деян Петрович — потомственный сербский трубач в четвертом поколении;
  • Сергей Старостин — коллекционер и исполнитель славянских песен;
  • украинский цимбалист Роман Стефанив;
  • Юлиана Кривошапкина — красавица из Якутии, известная по сему миру горловым пением и игрой на хомусе;
  • этно-фольклорная группа «Туран».

И это только малая часть того, что вас ждет! Также этот вечер сделают по-настоящему приятным Зара и Илья Чёрт (Россия), Нино Катамадзе (Грузия), Дживан Гаспарян-мл. (Армения), Айдар Гайнуллин (Татарстан), «Клезмер Амстердам» (Голландия) и, конечно же, наш родной петербургский «Терем-Квартет».


Время проведения: 10 декабря в 19:00.

Место проведения: БКЗ «Октябрьский», Лиговский пр., 6.

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    In tonight’s Must See Monday, Eric Newton explained the patterns of the media, and how it is constantly changing. Newton explained how in every generation, there is a change in media, from magazines, to TV news, the internet, and mobile media. But these changes can also be noted all the way back to the American Revolution, when pamphlets advanced to newspapers, and so on. But the greatest question in the future of media is…where do we go from here? Newton showed the audience some great examples of “skyping” on The Jetsons and using cell phones on Star Trek. All that can be laughed at by American’s today. But Newton said that even the creator of the cell phone based his idea off of the show. So while we laugh at sci-fi movies and think of their technology as unimaginable, they are really not far off. Technology of the future may even soon be based off of ‘The Terminator’ or ‘Avatar.’ After all, Newton said the first principle in creating the future is to “think crazy.” I think the most interesting part of Newton’s presentation was the categories he made for future generations, listing all the way up to 2110. Will ideas and skills soon be programmed into our brains? Is there a possibility of a World War 4.0 Man vs. machine, or Man vs. nature? These ideas may seem a little far-off, but remember, one hundred years ago the idea of a cell phone seemed a little crazy too. Taking away from Newton’s presentation, it is easy to see where we all lie in the middle of this. As journalism students, we are the future, and it is our job to decide where the future of the media goes. The best minds did their greatest works in their 20’s, and as young adults, we hold the power in our hands for generations to come.

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    I work in the solar industry and have, on occasion, worked wineries up and down the state. I was surprised to learn from one winery owner that the bulk of his outside labor force was paid very, very well. Apparently, the need for skilled, reliable workers far outweighed the increased cost to retain good help. Of course, these wines are not commodities and command premium prices.

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    In tonight’s Must See Monday, Eric Newton, the Senior Adviser to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, spoke to us on the “history of the future of news.” A quote that Mr. Newton said that I found very thought-provoking was “Every generation grows up with a different form of media.” As he began his seminar, he had a chart that showed the “evolution of human communication,” which gave a strong visual aid to the previous idea of how media has evolved. When Eric Newton spoke about thinking in the future, he talked about how to get the future right. He said to not think just outside of the box, but think “crazy outside of the box.” The future that Eric Newton sees happening is not one that I can fully agree with, in my mind. He talks about world wars against technology, or the environment. I feel that the hypothesis that he gives has such a slight chance of happening, and in the time frame that he gives us. Except for his portrayal of the future for the next approximately one hundred years, I enjoyed and agreed with what he views/points; overall, I am glad I spent forty-five minutes to hear what Eric Newton said.

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