Master Players Concert Series Concert, Prelude Dinner Sold Out

27. (Hans Pennink, The Associated Press) Related Stories Colorado 119 through Boulder Canyon reopens after flood repairs Colorado’s biggest flood relief concert may also be one of the biggest shows of the year. Promoters AEG Live and Live Nation have announced that Dave Matthews, the Fray, Big Head Todd and the Monsters, members of the Lumineers, Devotchka, Nathaniel Rateliff and others will team up for “Colorado Rising: A Benefit for Flood Relief.” That huge lineup comes to the 1stBank Center in Broomfield on Oct. 27. “Coloradans unite during crisis so does the music community. We are thrilled so many musicians are coming together for this flood relief benefit concert,” said Gov. John Hickenlooper in an AEG Live and Live Nation news release. All proceeds from the concert go to liveunitedcolorado.org . This flood benefit joins scores of local concerts across Colorado that have brought together musicians and the community to raise money for victims. This isn’t the first time Matthews has stepped up to the fundraising plate in Colorado. Matthews and the city of Denver along with local promoters, unions, vendors and others donated their services for a $1 million fundraiser for Hurricane Katrina relief efforts at Red Rocks Amphitheater in 2005.

Selena Gomez falls off stage during Stars Dance Tour concert in Virginia

Selena Gomez’s fans helped her get back on her feet.

Coming attractions Friday, Nov. 22, 8 p.m., Gore Recital Hall. The Kavafian Duo will perform with collaborative pianist Jonathan Feldman as a part of the MPCS Great Musical Families Recital Series. Last year, the Paul Kantor family trio gave the inaugural performance and this year the world famous Kavafian family will showcase two sister performers — Ida and Ani Kavafian. As artists on the roster of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the sisters, who are world-class violinists and violists, have performed with the symphonies of Detroit, Colorado, Tucson, San Antonio and Cincinnati, and have recorded the music of Mozart and Sarasate on the Nonesuch label. They celebrated the 25th anniversary of their first performance together at Carnegie Hall in the fall of 2008 with a concert at Lincoln Center, which featured their Curtis Institute and Yale University students and colleagues. An MPCS Prelude Dinner will be available . In addition, three free master classes will be held from1:25-2:15 p.m., that afternoon with violinist Ida Kavafian in Gore Recital Hall, violinist/violist Ani Kavafian in Puglisi Orchestra Hall and Feldman in 118 Amy E. du Pont Music Building. Saturday, Dec. 7, 3 p.m., Mitchell Hall. The holiday offering, Music Wonderland Holiday Pops, is created and produced by Gao, and hosted by 2013 Miss Delaware Rebecca Jackson. The concert will feature the acclaimed UD Chorale performing holiday music under the direction of Duane Cottrell. Also performing will be instrumental ensembles including the Nittany Trombone Quartet, MPCS ensemble-in-residence 6ixwire Project, and the world-traveling UD Steel Band under the direction of Harvey Price. Selected scenes from The Nutcracker will be performed by leading members of the Mid-Atlantic Ballet under the artistic direction of director Patrick V.

While she sang Slow Down she fell off the stage but recovered quickly. Selena Gomez may have seen stars when she fell off the stage at her concert in Fairfax, Va., Oct. 10. The 21-year-old singer was on a stop for her Stars Dance Tour when she took a tumble while singing “Slow Down,” reports Us Weekly . Dragongirl616 via YouTube But like a true professional, Gomez got up, dusted herself off and continued her show. She even shook a few fans hands on her way back to the stage. Dragongirl616 via YouTube While dancing Gomez fell off the stage onto a lower platform. While her drop off stage wasn’t intentional, the “Come and Get It” singer does plan to fall away from music after her tour wraps in November in order to turn her full attention towards acting. Dragongirl616 via YouTube Without skipping a beat, Gomez got up to continue the show. Gomez sat down to talk to The News in August about her latest movie “Getaway” and stated how in order to improve her acting craft she’d have to let the music go for a while. “The only way to get better is to just keep doing it,” she said. “That’s why I want to take a break (from music) I really want to be the best I can be.” Dragongirl616 via YouTube RELATED: SELENA GOMEZ DATING UNION J BAND MEMBER GEORGE SHELLEY: REPORT If there is any time for her to take a musical hiatus it would be now as she’s on the top of her game with a No.

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