Long Island Medium will do more than meditate on October show

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Therese Caputo, from TLC’s “Long Island Medium”, will share personal stories and explain how her donation works for “Theresa Caputo Live! The Experience” at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 14 at Robinson Center Performance Hall, 426 W. Markham St., Small stone. Tickets are $ 43.75 to $ 103.75 through Ticketmaster.com. The purchase of a ticket does not guarantee a reading.

Bank on park

Stone Bank donated $ 10,000 to Arkansas State Parks to fund music programming at Ozark Folk Center State Park in Mountain View. The donation from the bank helps sponsor summer and fall music festivals (the Bluegrass & Fried Chicken Music Festival August 6-7 and the Stringband Music & Arts Festival October 15-16) and “Ozark Highlands Radio, ”a weekly public radio show and podcast produced at the park.

Live virtual concerts

Citing public safety concerns amid the covid-19 outbreak, the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra will feature its six pairs of Masterworks 2021-22 concerts live at Robinson Center Performance Hall and virtually, available to all ticket holders on the Saturday following concert weekend.

“We know that many of our clients wish to have the opportunity to enjoy a safe evening in person with the Symphony again, but also appreciate the flexibility of having that experience in the safety of their own home now,” said Christina, CEO of the orchestra. Littlejohn.

Subscribers, members and single ticket holders will have access to Masterworks Virtual Concerts for one month. Virtual concerts will be available for single ticket purchases starting September 7.

Range :

◼️ “The fire bird”, 2-3 oct.

◼️ “Beethoven & Blue Jeans”, November 6-7

◼️ “Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto”, January 29-30

◼️ “Gil Shaham plays Barber’s violin concerto”, February 26-27

◼️ “Mozart & Strauss”, April 9-10

◼️ “New World Symphony”, May 14-15.

The orchestra will continue to monitor the covid-19 situation as the season progresses. Musicians must provide proof of vaccination or a recent negative test before participating. The concert hall has a newly installed air filtration system and new hand washing and disinfection stations. All spectators, vaccinated and unvaccinated, must wear masks on public property, which includes the Robinson Center. Call (501) 666-1761 or visit ArkansasSymphony.org.

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