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Ramseylewis omaha The 80 year old electrician lights up.

Ramsey Lewis has turned out a quantity of albums equal to the amount of years he’s been on this earth: 80. His shelves hold up seven gold records and three Grammy Awards and he keeps on holding up a standard for keeping up with the times. Earthiness has long been his thing, springing off from his jazz pianoism to dig into other roots, melding, blending and grooving with rock, soul, and R&B. But jazz still is where...

Stabat-mater Dvořák’s compelling music of mourning merges with centuries-old words.

Antonin Dvořák’s Stabat Mater is considered world-wide to be one of his major achievements and a beautiful and stirring evocation of centuries- old rites of mourning along a path to peaceful acceptance. Relative to other masterpieces of the same inspiration, the Czech composer’s is often called the most symphonic.

We have a rare chance to become immersed in its flowing lyricism and expressiveness when four soloists...

Nb1 American music gifts.

“'Tis the gift to be simple, 'tis the gift to be free. 'Tis the gift to come down where we ought to be," wrote Maine Shaker elder Joseph Brackett more than 160 years ago. The song endures. As does its meaning. It is evoked again in a concert by Nebraska Brass playing Aaron Copland’s famed setting. St Luke’s Lutheran Church of Omaha could be where you want to be, given that the event is full of American life.


David cook David Cook’s Anticipated Album

“The first time on stage I’m 90% sure I threw up, so I’ve gotten that under control,” David Cook stated in reflecting on his first stage performance in comparison to how he performs on stage now. “It’s an experience ya know? It is the gamble. On stage, everything can fall apart, but that’s why I love live music.”
     David Cook released his latest album, Digital Vein, in September. His fans waited in anticipation...

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