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Bands Stretch Out in Brew & View Sets PDF Print E-mail
Music - Feature Stories
Tuesday, 22 July 2003 18:00
After a staggered and protracted soundcheck – to a nearly full audience, no less – the Marlboro Chorus finally hit the stage in earnest roughly an hour after its scheduled start time. This is no sweat for me because it’s my first visit to the Quad Cities Brew & View and I’m just sort of touring the joint – a great venue for live bands, and for movies as well, I’m sure.

 
Chamber-Music Festival Enthralls with Astounding Performances PDF Print E-mail
Music - Feature Stories
Tuesday, 24 June 2003 18:00
Luckily, the future of chamber music will fall on the broad shoulders of the Sauer family and its colleagues. With the Quad City Symphony Orchestra eliminating its chamber series for the 2003-4 season, music fans will have reduced concert offerings.

 
Quad Cities Music Scene: Thanks for Delivering PDF Print E-mail
Music - Feature Stories
Tuesday, 10 June 2003 18:00
Musically, we Quad Citians have a lot to be thankful for. Never mind the bullocks of national and statewide headline-making surveys, measuring our “cool” factor; the Quad Cities has it going on! Consider the number of opportunities this past weekend for music-related recreation.

 
Director Seeks to Craft a Unique “Experience” PDF Print E-mail
Music - Feature Stories
Tuesday, 10 June 2003 18:00
In her fifth month as director of the River Music Experience, Connie Gibbons is working against time. There was the time she’s missed – more than a year of planning and community discussion – and the time still ahead, 12 months to the museum’s anticipated opening in the renovated Redstone building on Second Street between Main and Brady in downtown Davenport.

 
Showcasing High School Bands PDF Print E-mail
Music - Feature Stories
Tuesday, 10 June 2003 18:00
MidCoast Fine Arts re-invented its annual pastel competition this year. The high-school-driven event was moved to the Bettendorf Family Museum campus and expanded beyond a visual-arts competition to a “trade show” of sorts that showcased our area’s high-school talent in digital media, film, and music.

 
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