Middlesex Community College Hosts Concert Series

Steiner, who was instrumental in organising the concert earlier this month, maintained German’s position on Kashmir remains unchanged and his country is in favour of political talks and a solution to the issue. “The concert has brought back Kashmir on the agenda not only in the sub-continent but also internationally as well in both elements that there is beauty as well as the reality,” Steiner told reporters. He said the concert was a cultural event and there was no intent on the part of Germany to “legitimise anything” or politicise the event. “It was a stunning success for all those who participated, including the Embassy, the orchestra, the local government and the Kashmiris. We do not legitimise anything, our President wanted to give it a patronage but we didn’t do it since we did not want to politicise the event,” he added. “We could not have done a “Woodstock event”. Not the slightest incident happened and the one which was mixed was a disgrace to the dead as it happened 50 kms away. It was a fantastic event. It was not a peace concernt but a cultural event which reached out to the people of Kashmir,” Steiner said. He said the concert witnessed 2,700 guests who were mainly common Kashmiris. “It was really heart-warming to see the Kashmiris’ reactions. We had live broadcasting to more than 50 countries of the world. Doordarshan broadcast for the first time in High Definition. We have been flooded by positive response”, he said.

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9, in the MCC Concert Hall on the Bedford campus. For more information about the concert series, contact Carmen Rodriguez-Peralta, Director of A World of Music, at 781-280-3923 or peraltac@middlesex.mass.edu. A World of Music, Middlesex Community Colleges 2013 fall concert series, begins with a performance by virtuoso pianist Artem Belogurov, at 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11, in the MCC Concert Hall (Building 6) on the Bedford campus, 591 Springs Road, Bedford. The concert is free and open to the public. Belogurov will perform a recital featuring late-19th and early-20th century New England composers. Works by John Knowles Paine, Arthur Foote, Margaret Ruthven Lang, Ethelbert Nevin and Lowell-born George Chadwick will be performed. Other events in MCCs free A World of Music fall concert series include the Boston Saxophone Quartet in concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 3; and an MCC Faculty Recital featuring Mark Berger, Adam Levin, Carmen Rodriguez-Peralta and Anna Ward at 8 p.m.

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But, what is it about country singer Luke Bryan that brings on the rain? Perhaps it’s his song Rain is a Good Thing. The last time the country music star was supposed to perform in Albuquerque, concert-goers saw some of the heaviest rain the city has ever seen. The concert was canceled and Bryan’s fans were forced to run for cover. We knew we had to get out of there, said Wes DeVilbiss. DeVilbiss was one of many people who had to have his windows replaced after the July 26 storm some people dubbed Hurricane Luke. Bryan made a promise to come back and perform Sept. 22, but the skies opened up again. And once again, concert fans had to run for cover. At least some fans saw the humor, writing on Twitter: “Dear Luke Bryan – could we book you every time we have a drought?” and It’s just not meant to be for Luke Bryan to have a concert in Albuquerque.” Doppler Radar shows just how powerful Sunday’s storm was. A long stretch of thunderstorms that blanketed the metro was enough to delay the Luke Bryan concert for 30 minutes to an hour. The good news was, this time the country star took the stage. On July 26, Luke Bryan sent a tweet saying the rain and the cancelation of the concert had him “freakin bummed.” On Sunday, he sent a tweet thanking Albuquerque concert fans for their patience.