Jazz festival artists – KM Jazz http://kmjazz.com/ Wed, 18 May 2022 04:43:21 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://kmjazz.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-53-120x120.png Jazz festival artists – KM Jazz http://kmjazz.com/ 32 32 Calling local artists for the 2022 Carson City Open Studios Tour | Carson City Nevada News https://kmjazz.com/calling-local-artists-for-the-2022-carson-city-open-studios-tour-carson-city-nevada-news/ Sat, 14 May 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://kmjazz.com/calling-local-artists-for-the-2022-carson-city-open-studios-tour-carson-city-nevada-news/ Event date: Repeats every day until Sun, August 21, 2022. August 19, 2022 – 10:00 a.m. Event date: August 20, 2022 – 10:00 a.m. Event date: August 21, 2022 – 10:00 a.m. By Robin E McGregor, Founder The 4th Annual Carson City Open Studio Tour will take place on Friday, August 19, from 12 p.m. […]]]>

Event date:

Repeats every day until Sun, August 21, 2022.

August 19, 2022 – 10:00 a.m.

Event date:

August 20, 2022 – 10:00 a.m.

Event date:

August 21, 2022 – 10:00 a.m.

The 4th Annual Carson City Open Studio Tour will take place on Friday, August 19, from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m., at the Bliss Mansion and NAA Gallery, and Saturday and Sunday, August 20 and 21, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at several Carson studios. City.

This entry-free contemporary cultural event will showcase around 30 local artists, showcasing a wide variety of exceptional visual art and art demonstrations, from painting, sculpture and 3D art to jewelry and photography, in a dozen individual and shared studio spaces. Some locations will include live music.

One work by each artist selected for the Open Studios Tour will also be exhibited in the Summer Show at the Nevada Artists Association Gallery, July 30 through September 9. The public is invited to meet the artists at a reception at the Gallery on Sunday, August 7, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

A list of artists with a map of studio locations will be available. For more information and an application for artists who wish to participate, see https://milehighjazz.com/arttour2022.htm or email CCOpenStudio@gmail.com

The Open Studios Tour arts event is presented by the Mile High Jazz Band Association as part of the 19th Annual Jazz & Beyond Music and Arts Festival and is supported in part by grants from the Carson City Cultural Commission, Nevada Arts Council and the National Endowment. for Arts and private donations.

]]>
N2N Gallery welcomes Ukrainian artists Petro Lebedinets and Alla Alekseeva https://kmjazz.com/n2n-gallery-welcomes-ukrainian-artists-petro-lebedinets-and-alla-alekseeva/ Fri, 13 May 2022 06:35:33 +0000 https://kmjazz.com/n2n-gallery-welcomes-ukrainian-artists-petro-lebedinets-and-alla-alekseeva/ Alla Alekseeva before her work. Mohammad Yusuf, Feature Writer N2N Gallery, Abu Dhabi, presents the works of leading Ukrainian abstract artists Petro Lebedinets and Alla Alekseeva from May 12 to June 30. This is the second time that Lebedinits’ works have been featured by the gallery – the first time in 2016, at Abu Dhabi […]]]>

Alla Alekseeva before her work.

Mohammad Yusuf, Feature Writer

N2N Gallery, Abu Dhabi, presents the works of leading Ukrainian abstract artists Petro Lebedinets and Alla Alekseeva from May 12 to June 30. This is the second time that Lebedinits’ works have been featured by the gallery – the first time in 2016, at Abu Dhabi Art. The artists are husband and wife; they find their synergies in color and the feelings it arouses.

For Lebedinets, abstract art must convey positivity. “I firmly believe that only positive emotions should be infused into art,” he says. “Meanwhile, contemporary art often focuses on a kind of destruction. Nevertheless, I follow a purely aesthetic program. I constantly experience the system of living harmony and not destruction.

He describes his art as the reality of abstraction, with an existence independent of the visible world. In essence, he manages to breathe new life into the tradition of European non-figurative art. Lebedinets takes color and texture to new dimensions by weaving a tapestry of hues, wired with deliberate positivity. Modernist avant-garde works, done with broad, deep strokes of color, resonate with humanistic and naturalistic detail.

Petro-Lebedinets Petro Lebedinets is a leading Ukrainian abstract artist.

They are reminiscent of the Gardens of Versailles or the flower gardens of Keukenhof in the Netherlands. The paintings are harmonious and joyful; there is no breakage, conflict or loss and they are performed with a combination of grace and power. The artist manages to create the most luxurious color harmonies, and to represent the dazzling brilliance of a sun-drenched world. This aspect will particularly strike a viewer from the Emirates, who is awash in sunshine and color, as a matter of routine.

Lebedinets has another view of this. “The painting,” he says, “is like a classical, symphonic work of great form, with careful organization of the musical fabric and its built-in architectonics, combined with free jazz improvisation.” He thus recalls the musical and architectural elements in his compositions. He graduated from the Kyiv State Art Institute, where, like others, he began his career by studying the basics of academic painting.

However, feeling a need for change, he began to fill his realistic paintings with decorative flowers and symbolic shapes. He wanted to go beyond academicism and therefore decided not to reproduce realistic canvases; he began experimenting with color. The search for his own pictorial language lasted several years.

Drawing inspiration from Matisse and Gauguin, the colorist theories of Johannes Itten and Wassily Kandinsky, he developed his own color formula. He was responding to an inner call. Andrey Kurkov, Ukrainian author and public intellectual, has this to say about Lebedinets’ work: “Every composition is as limitless as the Atlantic Ocean. Each work has its own Gulf Stream that directs your gaze, leading it where the imagination will go, among melting pools of emeralds and blues.

Natalya Muzaleva Natalya Muzaleva is the founder of N2N Gallery, Abu Dhabi.

Ukraine has been a melting pot of cultures and over the centuries the Ukrainian people have developed a school of art, which incorporates many genres of artistic creation. They include folk art, embroidery, woodcarving, ceramics and weaving. Intricately patterned Easter eggs in the folk style (pysanky) and various Byzantine art forms found in mosaics, frescoes and manuscript painting are dominant motifs in Ukrainian culture.

Lebedinets borrowed them and they are an intimate part of his paintings. He was born in Melitopol, Zaporizhia region, Ukraine, in 1956 and has won numerous awards: certificate of honor as a participant in the Our Heritage art festival (Metropolitan Museum and National Arts Club, New York); Honorary Artist of the Year Award at the Kyiv International Art Festival in 1997; and honorary prize of the jury of the international Contemporary Art exhibition in Nice, 1996.

He was ranked number four among the top hundred contemporary artists of Ukraine by the national project 100 Artists: Modern and Contemporary Ukrainian Art Since Independence. He has exhibited in many places and his works can be found in private collections in the UK, Germany, Switzerland, USA, France, Austria, Belgium, Poland, Holland, Spain and in Italy, among others. Alla Alekseeva is from kyiv and at the heart of her artistic images is figurative painting, as if reinterpreted in the sense of abstraction. The paintings are sensual, juicy and express themselves with joy. Their aura is such that by looking at them, one could forget the subject.

Her artistic path may have been backwards – from non-figurative compositions, she went figurative. But she, too, is a color aficionado – shimmering, radiant, absorbing. They tumble, flow, quiver and vibrate, as if the hot sun is spraying its rays of light on them uncontrollably. Or it could be that the moonlight, with a cold, trembling light, reveals the mystery of darkness in his creations.

Indian red, Neapolitan yellow, cobalt, emerald green, ultra marine purple – it uses the full color spectrum to convey a whole range of emotions, from radiant joy, a sense of playful fulfillment, to unconscious anxiety and premonitions of something that is also yet incomprehensible.

The thick, textured strokes, brimming with life and inner strength, undoubtedly speak of the artist’s bubbly temperament. Natalya Muzaleva, founder of N2N Gallery, says that “at a time when there is anxiety and turmoil in the world, dramatic and disruptive color combinations should be avoided. It is necessary to preserve the fundamental principles of positive and creative energy. The artists did just that.

]]>
From New Orleans Jazz Fest to New England: 13 Electrifying Artists Who Will Come Here https://kmjazz.com/from-new-orleans-jazz-fest-to-new-england-13-electrifying-artists-who-will-come-here/ Thu, 12 May 2022 16:11:00 +0000 https://kmjazz.com/from-new-orleans-jazz-fest-to-new-england-13-electrifying-artists-who-will-come-here/ Roger Daltrey (left) and Pete Townshend of The Who perform at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival on April 30.Amy Harris/Invision/AP Get the Big Task Your guide to staying entertained, from live shows and outdoor entertainment to what’s new in museums, movies, TV, books, restaurants and more. The guitar windmills have been toned down, […]]]>
Roger Daltrey (left) and Pete Townshend of The Who perform at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival on April 30.Amy Harris/Invision/AP

The guitar windmills have been toned down, half the original band gone, the other half – Peter Townshend and Roger Daltrey – are well over 70. But WHO still sounded like The Who, with Zak Starkey on drums, Pete’s brother Simon on guitar, bassist John Button, two keyboardists and a band. It’s a compliment to the hybrid band they delivered on the enduring appeal of their songs. They released a hit-heavy 15-song set, featuring “Who Are You”, “You Better You Bet”, “Love, Reign O’er Me”, “Substitute”, “Join Together” and “See Me”. . Feel me. “Won’t Get Fooled Again” had the right energy even though it wasn’t as loud as the original. The iconic “Behind Blue Eyes” was a little understated, but by the time the classic “Baba O’Riley” closed the set, it was hard to remember the band’s few slip-ups. (TD Garden, May 18)

A last-minute replacement for the Foo Fighters, the Hot red peppers invited the widow and family of late Foos drummer Taylor Hawkins to be part of their “celebration of his life and his music”. Dave Grohl was also present. Chad Smith had a falcon emblem on his bass drum with “Taylor” inside as he pounded the band’s tight rhythms. For the other half of the Peppers’ rhythm section, Flea’s bouncy, bobbing basslines both propelled and held the Peppers’ songs together. John Frusciante, in his first gig with the band, released soulful super-riffs behind Anthony Kiedis’ rat-a-tat vocals on a slew of tracks from the new album “Unlimited Love.” The RHCP set included ‘Californication’, ‘The Zephyr Song’, ‘If You Have to Ask’ and ended with ‘By The Way’. (Fenway Park, September 10)

Terence Blanchard performs at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival on May 1.Amy Harris/Invision/AP

The thousands of fans who crammed the pitch onto the festival stage for the Red Hot Chili Peppers missed out on one of the festival’s most majestic sets in the jazz tent, par Terence Blanchard & E-Collective with the Turtle Island Quartet. The show highlighted tracks from the band’s album “Absence”, inspired by Wayne Shorter. The set was dedicated to the late Ellis Marsalis and featured beautiful jazzy big-band instrumentals that were boosted by Blanchard’s trumpet, while Turtle Island provided a cherry of sweet, laid-back strings. The Turtle Island Quartet’s charming neoclassicism earned its own solo spot and garnered a standing ovation halfway through. Then the collective blasted through passages of modern jazz with great guitar and drum work to finish with another standing O. (Mass MoCA, North Adams, August 26)

Elvis Costello, who has a great affinity for N’awlins, and his band the Imposters thundered out of the Gentilly Stage like a fancy ’60s garage band. Costello is such a good songwriter that there’s no downfall during his shows; new tracks instantly sounded like old favorites. With Charlie Sexton on lead guitar and swamp pop heroes Tommy McLain and CC Adcock sitting in for a few tunes, the set included “Watching the Detectives”, “Penelope Halfpenny”, “Allison” and “Wake Me Up” before moving on. finishing with the one-two punch of “Pump It Up” and Nick Lowe’s gem “(What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding.” (Leader Bank Pavilion, August 15)

Dumpstaphunk’s Ivan Neville performs at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival on May 1.Amy Harris/Invision/AP

dumpstaphunk Keyboardist Ivan Neville’s hard-hitting soul and funk fusion band from New Orleans, featuring two elite bassists, Tony Hall and Nick Daniels, continued to pump up their stage energy while modernizing the family R&B grooves of old school of the Meters with a rhythm and a melody on the guitar. . After a bristling bass duo intro, the band launched into the ever-stomping tunes “Dancin’ to the Truth” and “Justice.” “We want people to dance and be inspired at the same time,” Neville said. The band peppered the rest of their set with improvisations and skilled tracks from their roaring “Where Do We Go From Here” album, as well as solid renditions of Sly and the Family Stone’s “Stand” and a version of “Best of Foo Fighters”. You” in tribute to Taylor Hawkins. (Appearing with Trombone Shorty’s Voodoo Threauxdown, Hampton Beach Casino, Hampton, NH, June 10; Leader Bank Pavilion, June 11; Bold Point Park, East Providence, RI, June 17)

The Cowsills took us back to the 60s with a mantra of peace and love, something we could all use a little more nowadays. And the happy faces and swaying bodies in the crowd made it clear that we were happy to be with us on the journey. The band’s sparkling multi-part vocals carried chestnuts like “The Rain, the Park, and Other Things,” “Indian Lake,” and the theme to “Love American Style.” The Rhode Island natives rocked up to the present day with a few snippets of “Rhythm of the World,” due out in September. They also covered the Hollies, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Simon & Garfunkel and the Four Tops as a sharp nostalgia band, ending with their hit “Hair”. NOLA resident Susan Cowsill played her own set at the Fest, a lovely slice of tunes that showcased the emotive grit underlying her angelic vocals. (Participation in the “Happy Together” tour at Lowell Memorial Auditorium, June 12; Calvin Theatre, Northampton, June 18; Lynn Auditorium, June 19; Cape Cod Melody Tent, June 21; South Shore Music Circus, June 22; Hampton Beach Casino , Hampton, New Hampshire, June 26)

Honey Banister (left) and Jwan Boudreaux of Cha Wa perform at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival on May 1.Amy Harris/Invision/AP

Led by drummer and Berklee grad Joe Gelini, Cha Wa was irresistibly rhythmic. Their spyboy mashup featured Indian Mardi Gras chants and intricate outfits, matching instrumentation (drums, bass, horns, keyboards, guitar) and percussive Big Chief grooves. The vocals of frontman J’wan Boudreaux (grandson of Monk Boudreaux of Wild Magnolias) and Honey Banister further fueled the “Firewater” harmonies that framed Cha Wa’s set, with songs from their 2021 album “My People “. (Green River Festival, Greenfield, June 25)

PJ Morton performs at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival on April 29.Amy Harris/Invision/AP

With a horned big band behind him, PJ Morton, a NOLA singer-songwriter-producer known to many as the keyboardist of Maroon 5, continued to expand his R&B, hip-hop, gospel and jazzy visions. Her self-produced new album “Watch the Sun” provided much of the set list for her soulful, soulful appearance at Jazz Fest. Songs included ‘On My Way’, ‘My Peace’ and a particular favorite, ‘New Orleans Girl’. Morton also led the crowd in the “greatest choir competition of all time”. (Newport Jazz Festival, Newport, RI, July 31)

soul rebels made their show one of the best in town. Once a bright new face on the marching band scene, they’ve expanded their reach to stunning pop appeal while retaining their street chops and expanding their vocal syncopation and tight ensemble interaction. Playing tracks from 2019’s “Poetry In Motion”“, the rebels’ the songs were full of kicking and applause. (Newport Jazz Festival, Newport, RI, July 31. Also appearing with Trombone Shorty’s Voodoo Threauxdown, Hampton Beach Casino, Hampton, NH, June 10; Leader Bank Pavilion, June 11; Bold Point Park, East Providence, RI, June 17)

Bombino performs at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival on April 29.Amy Harris/Invision/AP

Presented for the first time at the Jazz Fest thanks to its cultural exchange program, the Nigerian guitarist Bombino (Oumara Moctar) is known as the “Sultan of Shred”. With his exotic blend of nomadic Taureg traditions with Tamasheq vocals, flamboyant guitar work and influences ranging from Hendrix and Mark Knopfler to Delta blues, Bombino’s genre repertoire was utterly satisfying. He lifted the roof off the Jazz Tent with another electrifying performance. (The Sinclair, Cambridge, June 10)

Violinist David Greeley joined Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys for a hot set of Cajun-Creole, squeezebox, two-step antics, with Riley’s 12-year-old son Burke on drums. Riley and his accordion have long been reliable regulars at Jazz Fest and the annual Rhythm & Roots festival in Charlestown, RI, which returns for its 24th year over Labor Day weekend. Rhythm & Roots is a mini Jazz Fest of sorts and offers a taste of what the parent event is all about. (Rhythm & Roots Festival, Charlestown, RI, September 3-4)

Trombone Shorty and Lauren Daigle perform at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival on May 7.Amy Harris/Invision/AP

Since taking over from the Neville Brothers several years ago as the de facto closing act of Jazz Fest’s main stage, Trombone Shorty & Avenue d’Orleans played scorching sets. Shorty (Troy Andrews) is an accomplished performer with vocal and bony chops to back up his charismatic bravado. Echoing his new album “Raised”, Andrews’ ensemble has woven the mantle of the marching band into an explosive, funky, off-the-wall rock ‘n’ soul fabric. When he comes up north this summer, Andrews will lead Trombone Shorty’s Voodoo Threauxdown, a traveling show featuring fellow NOLA greats Dumpstaphunk, Cyril Neville, the Soul Rebels, George Porter Jr., Tank & the Bangas and Big Freedia. (Trombone Shorty’s Voodoo Threauxdown, Hampton Beach Casino, Hampton, NH, June 10; Leader Bank Pavilion, June 11; Bold Point Park, East Providence, RI, June 17)

]]>
Who, What, Where? Six Canadian artists to watch at The Great Escape 2022 | Features https://kmjazz.com/who-what-where-six-canadian-artists-to-watch-at-the-great-escape-2022-features/ Thu, 12 May 2022 10:04:29 +0000 https://kmjazz.com/who-what-where-six-canadian-artists-to-watch-at-the-great-escape-2022-features/ It’s no secret that the Great Escape is all about bringing together the best new artists from around the world to show off their talent. But the sheer number of performances throughout the three-day festival can seem a bit overwhelming. But don’t be afraid! Clash is here to save the day with a hand-picked selection […]]]>

It’s no secret that the Great Escape is all about bringing together the best new artists from around the world to show off their talent. But the sheer number of performances throughout the three-day festival can seem a bit overwhelming.

But don’t be afraid! Clash is here to save the day with a hand-picked selection of artists from one of the countries to watch this year: Canada.

– – –

Who?

The Garrys

What?

Be sure to catch The Garrys, a dreamy surf-rock trio delivering haunting bloody harmonies over smooth “doom-whop” beats. Formed in the spring of 2015 in the coldest part of the Canadian prairies, Saskatoon, the group of three sisters are inspired by the imagery of isolated landscapes and themes of religious freedom, witchcraft and family (for n’ to name a few) throughout their four dark and gripping studio albums. .

Despite crafting their doomy surf beats away from shore, Julie, Erica and Lenore Maiers’ classic lo-fi guitars, mermaid-like three-part harmonies and unwavering beats evoke a hazy nostalgia for stormy beach days and to be pulled by the tide of your own bittersweet daydreams.

Where?

Friday, May 13, 1 p.m., Green Door Store
Friday 13 May, 9.15 p.m., Place du Jubilé

Words: Oshen Douglas McCormick

– – –

Who?

SoftCult

What?

Don’t miss this dynamic duo of twin sisters Softcult, a pair that brings the riot grrrl ethos into the digital age. Delivering a delicious mix of shoegaze, dreampop, fuzzy grunge, indie laced with social commentary, Softcult refuses to be defined by a single musical direction, a freedom that can be heard among the assured riffs.

Phoenix and Mercedes Arn Horn are on a mission, using their dreamy atmospheric sounds to empower marginalized groups and expose wrongdoing, creating space for conversation within their music and outspoken presence. With two EPs and several singles to their credit, Softcult attracts many cult members. “I really want to make a difference. Hope our music inspires people not to be assholes anymore.

Where?

Thursday, May 12, 9 p.m., Volks
Saturday, May 14, 2:30 p.m., Green Door Store

Words: Oshen Douglas McCormick

– – –

Who?

EKKSTACY

What?

A New Generation of SoundCloud Rappers Comes in the Form of Vancouver-Born and Raised EKKSTACY, the latest in a line of emo trap-inspired artists whose lyrics take you on a fearless journey through this complex and haunting psyche. Just as you think you’ve figured out what EKKSTACY’s sound is, you’re hit with indie, post-punk, and synth-wave moments that prove the breadth of this diverse talent. EKKSTACY draws inspiration from everyone from Elliott Smith to Bon Iver to Juice Wrld. Be sure to check out his set this weekend to see the reverberating guitars and poignant vocals that run through his music come to life and permeate the Brighton crowd.

Where?

Thursday May 12, 10:30 p.m., Vengeance

Words: Sarah Shodipe

– – –

Who?

JayWood

What?

JayWood is sure to meet your soulful festival needs, as he descends on Brighton armed with his wonderfully unique brand of psychedelic jazz-funk fusion, all with that dash of singer-songwriter vibe.

Hailing from Winnipeg, Manitoba, his music is probably best characterized by being genuinely therapeutic and heartfelt. But at the same time, it can switch to a real feel-good dance party that is sure to lend itself well to its performance. It should be the perfect prelude to the next album, ‘Slingshot’, JayWood’s first full album with Brooklyn-based label Captured Tracks, which will be released in June.

Where?

Friday, May 13, 2:30 p.m., Green Door Store
Saturday, May 14, 8 p.m., Green Door Store

Words: Sarah Shodipe

– – –

Who?

Mauvey

What?

Mauvey’s goal is to create and generate love, both on and off stage, and he knows exactly how to achieve this: “My mission is to distribute love, and there is no better way to do that than through music.” The Ghanaian-born performer wows audiences with her creative storytelling and swinging, synthetic beats. Mauvey draws inspiration from a plethora of artists around the world, including his current home – Canada, and cites Michael Jackson, Kanye West, Oumou Sangare, Prince, Childish Gambino and Labrinth as influencers. Festival-goers can expect an incredible show and infectious stage presence from Mauvey’s energetic, conceptual music videos.

Where?

Thursday May 12, 1:45 p.m., Green Door Store Saturday May 14, 1:15 p.m., Latest Music Bar Saturday May 14, 8:30 p.m., Brightelm

Words: Gem Stokes

– – –

Who?

Super tough hard working

What?

A relatively new set of seven musicians more like a polished collective, Super Duty Tough Work crank out sweet tunes for the ultimate listener. Hailing from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Super Duty Tough Work brings their hip-hop jazz infusion to select stages throughout the week. Their 2019 debut album “Studies In Grey” is anything but ashy, combining a rhythm and blues atmosphere with jazzy instrumentation and hip-hop-style lyricism. Record scratches meet jazz cymbals under a heaven of luscious spoken words for ruminative happiness. The Super Duty Tough Works are absolutely not to be missed.

Where?

Friday, May 13, 1:45 p.m., Green Door Store
Saturday 14 May, 4.30 p.m., Place du Jubilé

Words: Gem Stokes

– – –

The Great Escape runs from May 12-14.

– – –

]]>
Call for Artists: Jazz & Beyond Opportunities Offer Art Contest for Program Poster and Cover and Open Studios Tour Entries | Carson City Nevada News https://kmjazz.com/call-for-artists-jazz-beyond-opportunities-offer-art-contest-for-program-poster-and-cover-and-open-studios-tour-entries-carson-city-nevada-news/ Mon, 09 May 2022 14:19:17 +0000 https://kmjazz.com/call-for-artists-jazz-beyond-opportunities-offer-art-contest-for-program-poster-and-cover-and-open-studios-tour-entries-carson-city-nevada-news/ The 2022 Jazz & Beyond Music and Arts Festival is calling for artists for two opportunities. The first is an art competition for designing posters and programs. The second is participating in the fourth annual Carson City Open Studios Tour in August. The application deadline for both is May 17, 2022. For the art competition, […]]]>

The 2022 Jazz & Beyond Music and Arts Festival is calling for artists for two opportunities. The first is an art competition for designing posters and programs. The second is participating in the fourth annual Carson City Open Studios Tour in August. The application deadline for both is May 17, 2022.

For the art competition, Nevada artists, including teachers and students, are eligible to submit entries. The winning design will be used to promote the Jazz & Beyond festival, will be featured on the festival poster, program cover and possibly on a t-shirt, and the winner will receive a cash prize of $100. Registration forms are available for download here. Participation is free and artists can submit up to three entries. For more information, email info@milehighjazz.com.

The Carson City Open Studios Tour will include one-day and two-day options. Visual art, from painting, sculpture and 3D art to jewelry and photography, will be exhibited and demonstrated in a dozen individual and shared studio spaces. Each selected artist will also have a piece exhibited in the month-long NAA Summer Show.

The one-day tour will take place on Friday, August 19, from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m., at the Bliss Mansion and NAA (Nevada Artists Association) Gallery. The two-day tour will take place Saturday and Sunday, August 20 and 21, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at multiple studios in Carson City. Artists can participate in the one-day tour, the two-day tour or both. Some locations will include live music. Application forms are available here. For more information, contact ccopenstudio@gmail.com.

]]>
Business News | Stock and Equity Market News | Financial News https://kmjazz.com/business-news-stock-and-equity-market-news-financial-news/ Sat, 07 May 2022 03:14:53 +0000 https://kmjazz.com/business-news-stock-and-equity-market-news-financial-news/ Search mutual fund quotes, news, net asset values Addiction INE002A01018, TRUST, 500325 Adani Wilmar INE699H01024, PUNCH, 543458 Tata power INE245A01021, TATAPOWER, 500400 Adani Power INE814H01011, ADANIPOWER, 533096 HDFC Bank INE040A01034, HDFCBANK, 500180 […]]]>












Moneycontrol PRO















Reliance Jio saw its profitability improve with a 20% increase in tariffs and a better subscriber mix thanks to chip consolidation. The average revenue per user (ARPU) saw a healthy increase of 10.6% to Rs 167.6, which beat high street estimates. The subscriber base, however, continued to decline by 10.8 million in the fourth quarter.

Reliance Jio's Profitability Improves on Higher Tariffs, But User Base Shrinks Still


  • Exclusive :

  • Nifty 17900 and above, Sensex 435 and above – Nifty 17900

  • एक्सपायरी के दिन बाजार का मूड खराब, Sensex 600 अंक तक टूटा, जानिए वजह?

  • Policybazaar IPO REFUND: क्या आपको शेयर भी नहीं मिले पैसे भी नहीं लौटे तो ज जानिए है मामला मामला?

  • नवाब मलिक के दामाद ने देवेंद्र को भेजा 5 करोड़ रुपये का का नोटिस नोटिस

  • Kafeel Khan: योगी सरकार ने गोरखपुर के BRD कॉलेज के डॉ. More information

  • क्रिप्टो करेंसी पर आई आरबीआई गवर्नर चेतावनी चेतावनी, कहा फाइनेंशियल स्टेबिलिटी के से हैरनाक हैरनाक

  • SBI या Post office? जानिए आपको कहां निवेश करके सबसे ज्यादा ब्याज- जानें डिटेल्स

  • Nykaa iPo: फाल्गुनी नायर की दौलत में इजाफा, अरबपतियों की लिस्ट हुईं शामिल शामिल शामिल शामिल शामिल शामिल शामिल शामिल शामिल शामिल शामिल शामिल शामिल शामिल शामिल

  • Yes titles ने कमजोर q2 नतीजों के बाद इस सीमेंट स्टॉक की रेटिंग रेटिंग, जानिए वजह?

  • MSCI इंडेक्स में कल होगा का ऐलान ऐलान, जाने कौन सी होंगी शामिल और कौन बाहर बाहर बाहर बाहर बाहर बाहर बाहर बाहर बाहर बाहर बाहर बाहर बाहर बाहर बाहर बाहर बाहर बाहर बाहर बाहर बाहर बाहर बाहर

  • Kangana Ranaut: जानें, पद्म पुरस्कारों के दौरान क्यों करण को ढूंढ रही थीं रनौत रनौत?

  • Laununchage e-Gca: ज्योतिरादित्य सिंधिया ने ऑनलाइन प्लेटफॉर्म e-gca किया लॉन्च, मिलेंगी dgca की 298 सर्विसेज

  • यूएस एफडीए से लगा झटका, ये फार्मा शेयर 4% टूटा, क्या है आपके पास?

  • कोरोना वायरस महामारी से फैला 80 लाख टन प्लास्टिक – रिपोर्ट रिपोर्ट



name Price Switch % changes
ntpc 159.00 0.60 0.38
Nhpc 33.75 1.35 4.17
Sbi 483.95 3.95 0.82
Indiabulls Hsg 146.60 -3.15 -2.1

Forum

Forum

YOUR OPINION

Which of these youngsters will score the most runs this ipl?

COMMENTS

Thank you for voting