We consistently carry out our spirit of ''Innovation bringing development, Highly-quality ensuring subsistence, Management promoting benefit, Credit attracting customers for Double School Desks,Double Student Desks,Double Classroom Tables,Double School Tables,Double Student Tables.We warmly welcome friends from all walks of life to seek mutual cooperation and create a more brilliant and splendid tomorrow. The product will supply to all over the world, such asHolland ,Lesotho ,Myanmar ,Vancouver ,Stuttgart ,Really should any of these items be of interest to you, please let us know. We will be pleased to give you a quotation upon receipt of one's detailed specifications. We've our personal specialist R&D enginners to meet any of the requriements, We look forward to receiving your enquires soon and hope to have the chance to work together with you inside the future. Welcome to take a look at our organization.
This is my vision for 2021. It is September, maybe October. My wife and another couple walked to the entrance of a man with a scanner, which was located in a building on the north, south or west side of Chicago, even in the suburbs, and even in Indiana. My vision is not critical.
I took out four sheets of paper from my pocket (I held it because I was that person). This person is not scanning our foreheads, but scanning bar codes on paper. We walked in, checked our coats, had a cocktail, and headed to our seats. Our seat is surrounded by other seats. All other seats are occupied by dead bodies; recognizable, glorious human bodies; human breathing no longer threatens our bodies with known debilitating diseases.
In front of all of us, in the center of our common concern, there is a stage (or screen) that will present (or project) live entertainment on it.
We become a community again. We are free to celebrate what others do to convey thoughts and emotions, such as a collection of songs in plays, movies, concerts, and a whole set of paintings on the wall. We were once again allowed to experience collectively, and then divided into small groups to discuss the situation we just witnessed.
This is a ritual that I have performed thousands of times before. When it happens again in 2021-even if the band keeps staring at its feet or the playwright thinks that the shock value can replace the structure-it will be the most fascinating feeling I can think of. Even though I am sitting here in an unfamiliar home office with the space heater whirring at my feet, my eyes become more organized as I type this paragraph.
It may not happen immediately like this from latching to unity. There will certainly be intermittent steps, reminiscent of several music clubs last summer, when these clubs opened with scattered indoor seating, they were the boldest among us.
However, for our careful sorting, if we want to return to the social circle and keep our distance, many things will have to be broken.
Fortunately, some of the most important functions do just that. As the taxes we paid provide some overdue support, some performance venues we used to gather may still receive us there. The second large federal coronavirus relief bill passed in late December features a staggering 15 billion U.S. dollars to help keep music venues, theaters and movie theaters alive.
Chris Bauman, owner of the Chicago music venues Patio Theatre and Avondale Music Hall, said to me in December: "I think we are still a bit shocked to complete this process." "This can save the entire industry... which is enough to enable us to stay in among them."
Bauman is the treasurer of the Chicago Independent Venue League, which first brought together historic city music clubs in an attempt to prevent the Live Nation Group from establishing a series of large-scale developments in Lincoln Yards. New place. north.
It provided a perfect structure, and then, when the flu pandemic hit, everyone was forced to cancel all reservations and turn down the heating in those empty halls. CIVL joined NIVA (National Independent Venue Association), which was quickly established in response to the COVID closure, and through shrewd lobbying efforts won the bipartisan support for the "Save Our Stage" bill.
By the time SOS was passed in the large-scale relief plan in December, under the less eye-catching nickname of "closing site operator allowance", it had developed to include movie theaters, theater stages, zoos and museums.
Some people worry that so many pies will mean that there is not enough fruit to satisfy everyone. However, at least the legislation was made to ensure that the most-affected companies get help first, and $2 billion of it will be allocated to places with no more than 50 employees.
"There are many assumptions," said Robert Gomez, CIVL co-chairman and owner of Subterranean and Beat Kitchen. "But 15 billion dollars is a lot of money."
Then there are civic signs to consider, which also tend to be favorable.
A drunk drunk in the Springfield State Capitol in Illinois once said: "Let's not talk about POL-tics". This was a blow to our group of Springfield reporters sitting outside in a bar. Then, by telling us that Sammy Hagar is Van Halen's best singer, he doubled his knowledge of right and wrong.
In the current situation, we cannot talk about politics because it has become the existence of art. We need a wide range of vaccinations to sit next to other people in the theater again, and now that political parties that believe in science are about to take over the federal government, it’s more likely to happen.
In addition to the admirable start of the vaccine development process, the White House has treated COVID-19 as someone else’s problem from 2017 to 2020, and until the end, it allowed most states to fend for themselves when developing vaccination plans. The result of this stubborn model is a disappointing overall promotion. This precious preventive liquid is placed in the freezer instead of being shot into people's arms.
However, the incoming government has promised not only to prioritize the procurement of vaccines, but also the most important logistics of bringing these substances into our bodies, and they have hired a team of experts with faculty and staff to lead this work.
So far, due to the number of approved vaccines and the signing of contracts for the purchase of vaccines, for most people, the number of vaccines vaccinated before mid-summer to late summer does not look optimistic. This is what I told us to reconvene the meeting. View in autumn. (Sorry, Lollapalooza, but I just didn’t see it and I’m glad to be proven wrong.)
The optimistic Live Nation president Joe Berchtold (Joe Berchtold) is more optimistic. He told CNBC in early December: "Overall, we expect that we will be able to return to performance, and by next summer, we will not need social activities, and of course no outdoor activities."
He seems to expect faster and wider distribution of vaccines than the vaccines established so far. However, preparations are being made to produce new vaccines, which may greatly increase the supply, and I am confident about the arrival of the capable cavalry, which may promote the development of the schedule.
The third necessary condition discussed by the art host-in addition to site survival and medical intervention-is public confidence. Even if we all know, even if experts tell us that we are safe now, they just don't know what people will need to transcend our new vision of the world.
For months, we have correctly believed that every other person we meet in public places, grocery stores, or on sidewalks is a potential vector of disease. We have started to recoil in crowd scenes in old movies, which can be traced back to 2019.
For most people, turning off the switch may not be as simple as being told to do so. I have talked with some local museum officials and think that it may not be until 2023 or 24 that income levels before the pandemic can be restored.
Or is it the kind of switching, that kind of safety mechanism will be overwhelmed by the desire to get out of the sofa, sweat and return to the public? It has been repeatedly pointed out that the "Roaring Twenties" was closely followed by the 1918-19 influenza pandemic.
To be sure, there will be a lot of new art ready to welcome people. Just like I have been busy dealing with Netflix and Hulu catalogs, in recent months, many of our creative work producers have been busy doing what they do.
I am eager to see what they think, or at this point, I even want to see some old guys shine in the hottest tournaments. See you on the Sammy Hagar show.
Copyright © 2021, Chicago Tribune
This is not a banquet, but a concert.
Said the manager and performer of the "Sekon Sunday" concert at Sekon Sta last weekend.
The concert with Nesta "Sekon Sta" Boxhill as the headline became the center of investigations into possible violations of social distancing rules.
But Boxhill and Queens Hall manager Garfield George explained that not only did everything in the concert follow the rules of social evacuation, but the show tried to provide a blueprint that could be used to produce security events in the future, while still creating an "atmosphere."
Boxhill said: "We are doing some work so that we can exist as artists like grocery stores and other places-but this work is still in progress.
"This is not a party. I have never attended a party. This is not a public event. It is only an invitation and a template for people. As entertainers, we take ourselves as our own responsibility and try to do something that can provide performers with Continue template activities, and provide people with some kind of carnival and some kind of employment opportunities for performers."
Boxhill said that he will share his concert strategy with other stage performers and ask the government to improve it if possible.
According to the "News Daily" report, when customers arrive at the venue, they are arranged to stay in their cars and are divided into groups, allowing them to participate in procedures including temperature checks, hand disinfection and sharing contact information for contact tracking. .
When they completed the entry process, they were taken directly to their seats and were not allowed to move.
After the concert, keep the customers in their seats until the inducer guides them to the exit and provides them with snacks and food when they leave.
Boxhill praised the chief of police and TTPS for enforcing the covid19 rules, and encouraged the commissioner to continue to strictly enforce the covid19 laws, but he knocked out other people with "parties" and said their bad behavior made everyone's situation worse .
"This is what Peter paid for Paul, and Paul paid for everything. In this case, because the public is very sensitive and because many incidents did not follow the guidelines, this makes it more difficult for places like Queens Hall, and Queens Hall The operation is very detailed."
In a press release sent to the media on Tuesday, Police Chief Gary Griffith stated that the "Secang Sunday" event had all the characteristics of a carnival band. He said that as far as he is concerned, this event is a public gathering.
The press release said: "Although the incident was carried out on television and social media, the video recording is very clear, showing that there are many customers in the Queens Hall."
He said: "Although the event was conducted on TV and social media, the video was very clear, showing that there were many customers in the Queen's Hall."
The press release stated that Griffith intends to meet with managers of Queens Hall and Napalima Bowl, National Academy of Performing Arts (NAPA) and Southern Performing Arts Conference (SAPA), noting that these four venues are open to businesses.
He reminded the public again that according to public health regulations, it is illegal to hold public gatherings or banquets.
A video broadcast on social media depicted the performers singing as people danced in the hall on Sunday. In the video, although people are wearing masks, people seem to be crowded together.
Minister of Tourism, Culture and Arts Randall Mitchell (Randall Mitchell) made sure that the ministry is committed to complying with public health guidelines and protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and expressed concern about this videotape.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said: “(The Minister) has requested an immediate meeting with the board and management of all national performance venues under the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Art to urgently modify the operation of these performances.”
He pointed out that the event was recorded as a broadcast and 200 concert invitations were issued. According to "News Daily", the capacity of the Queen's Hall is about 750 people.
Queens Hall manager George said that he was not surprised when the concert attracted attention. He assured that the concert will be no different from any event held since it was allowed to reopen in July.
He said: "In December, we held a concert for Tuco, Pan Trinbago held a Christmas TV broadcast here, John Thomas held a concert, a three-day parang event, etc. All activities follow the same Provisions."
George explained that although the covid19 regulations allow the Queen's Hall to use half of its activity capacity, the management staff only allows about 30% of the number-230 to 260 customers. George said that through the seat mapping process, the Queen's Hall has designed a system so that the seats can be combined into up to four open seats, and then a closed seat.
But from the Sekon Sunday event, both George and Boxhill learned that when popular music is popular, people must move.
George said: "Even if we leave room between people, they may get up and sit or walk to the front row. From now on, we will make these seats unusable. We will try to find a classic way. Instead of putting on warning tape.
"We did not take public health rules for granted. We take it very seriously, but we have the capacity and infrastructure so people can safely relieve stress."
Lubbock, Texas (KCBD)-The construction of Buddy Holly Hall is coming to an end. In the next few months, two performance halls, a ballet studio and a restaurant will be open to the public.
This privately funded and state-of-the-art facility worth 153 million US dollars has noise control levels, architectural style and sophistication, which can bring Lubbock's number one performer, tourism and hundreds of journalism, Lubbock entertainment Said Tim Collins of the Art Society.
"You have retail. You have to have engineering skills. You have trucks. You have sounds. You have lighting. You really have nothing to do with singers, dancers or songs. That's what I want to say, here in Labbock We don't recognize many job opportunities, and art plays a big role in our economy," Collins said.
The main attraction is a large performance hall that can accommodate thousands of people. Collins said the noise control level is 15, which is the same as Carnegie Hall.
The first performance will be the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra on January 23, which is now sold out.
The large stage and accommodating backstage equipment will drive Broadway performances and other key entertainers, Collins said, this will allow college students and professionals to stay in Lubbock.
"They want to see the city. Well, if we move to Lubbock, what will we get. What will my family have the opportunity to do? This is very important when we talk about recruitment." Collins said.
Collins said that although live entertainment is being suspended as we continue to fight the coronavirus pandemic, local artists and musicians will be able to use the facility. Lubbock ISD students will have access to a smaller performance theater. The cricket theater can accommodate 400 people and has a noise control level of 15.
Collins said that his friend Holly Hall has the potential to cater to future UIL competitions and events.
In addition, Bubbdy Holly Hall has its own studio. Collins said the studio is the same size as the main stage theater.
In addition to entertainment, United Supermarkets is also responsible for the internal restaurant called Rave On. It can accommodate up to 100 people inside or outside. This kind of restaurant will bring hundreds of job opportunities and may revitalize urban traffic, especially in the arts district.
To keep up with the development of the event, you can find a news letter
Camelia Juarez is from San Antonio and is currently a reporter for KCBD News Channel 11 in Lubbock, Texas.
5600 Avenue A
Lubbock, Texas. 79404
As the new 133rd season of the Tuesday music festival was announced on Monday, it is expected that live classical music will return to Akron soon.
Nine months after announcing a quarterly postponement due to the coronavirus, Akron’s famous music show host plans to shorten the subscription season for five concerts from March to May, which will be held on March 4th. The curtain kicked off at the concert of bassist Edgar Meyer, EJ Thomas Hall.
The auditorium has not yet reopened, but on Tuesday Musical executive director Cynthia Snider (Cynthia Snider) stated that the concert planned for Tuesday by Musical was documented in EJ Thomas Hall's book.
A university spokesperson emphasized on Wednesday that due to the uncertainty of the pandemic, all scheduled events in EJ Thomas Hall are still considered tentative, and the university will communicate with event organizers on any changes in the status of events.
Snyder said: "We try to figure out how, when, and even the fun of live music can be shared again in these challenging times." "We realize this is a bold move. However, we think that we have built a lot Security agreement, flexible ticket selection, and cancellation of concert protection measures."
Ticket sales for only five concert subscriptions will be available to both returning customers and new subscribers. All five concerts cost $184. Unlike previous seasons, all seats cost the same.
Tuesday Musical encourages concert participants to subscribe before January 15 to lock in limited seats. Call 330-761-3460 or visit www.tuesdaymusical.org.
The musical on Tuesday will determine whether to provide a single ticket in the future.
According to the state's laws on indoor performance venues, the total number of seats cannot exceed 300, and the social distance of guests at all three levels of EJ Thomas Hall is different. Each group can sit up to four people, and each group is separated by empty seats.
Snyder said: "We know that some people have actually had music seats in their families for generations." "If you want to sit where you have been sitting, we will try our best to do so."
A survey of musicals returning to concerts conducted in early summer on Tuesday was encouraged. The survey found that 46% of respondents would subscribe immediately.
Snyder said that the key to shortening the season is flexibility. If the concert is eventually cancelled for some reason, or the subscriber thinks he or she feels uncomfortable, then these concert tickets can apply for another concert this season or transfer to the next 2021-22 season for free .
Under the protection of canceling concerts, the musical on Tuesday requires customers to notify the organization one week in advance if possible whether they will not attend the concert.
Snyder said: "We will really adapt to our work and do what we need to do to ensure everyone's safety." "We will follow all the health of these concerts at the local, state and national levels. Procedures".
Superstar pianist Emanuel Ax (Emanuel Ax) managers asked at the festival on Tuesday how the organization ensures the safety of artists and audiences. Snyder said that everyone in the hall will be covered, and there will be enough space for Aix who will perform in the recital.
Snyder said: "There will be a lot of disinfectants." Snyder said that he will negotiate with Steinway Hall on Tuesday to disinfect the company's Ax concert grand piano "Triple Graces."
Last March, the musical had a contract for the 2020-21 season for an eight-person concert on Tuesday, but due to the uncertainty of the coronavirus, it waited to announce its plans. Snyder said that due to the cancellation of certain artists, the subscription plan for the season has undergone several revisions within a few months, resulting in a five-show season.
This is a breakdown of the scheduled upcoming season.
• Meyer is a rookie on Tuesday’s musical stage. He will perform at EJ Thomas Hall at his home in Nashville at 7:30 PM on March 4. His intimate solo concert will cover classical music to bluegrass music.
The bass master is famous for making his instrument as expressive as a cello or bounce like a bluegrass band. He also participated in the "Not Our First Goat Rodeo" (Not Our First Goat Rodeo) performance with Yo-Yo Ma. The performance was originally scheduled to be performed at the Blossom Festival in August, but due to the coronavirus Virus and canceled.
Meyer's Tuesday music program will include Bach's beloved cello Suite No. 1, and his ongoing work on a cappella bass.
• The pianist Axe, one of the most famous musicians of our time, will perform in a solo concert at 7:30 PM on March 25. The Polish-American pianist "Manny" will perform the Margaret Baxtres annual piano concert of musicals by Chopin, Brahms and others on Tuesday. He has performed in Akron twice, this is the last time in 2012.
Ax has performed in Northeast Ohio in recent months: he played Haydn's piano concerto in D major with the Cleveland Orchestra. There was no audience at the Severance Hall. It was filmed in late October and played on Adella in November.
• The "Acoustic Orchestra" named Chanticleer will perform at 7:30 pm on April 20th, with performances ranging from Renaissance to jazz, gospel to new music. The world-renowned American a cappella group consists of 12 male singers.
The popular band has performed with "Tuesday Musical" twice before, and this is the last performance in 2009.
Chanticleer originally planned to have a full day of education with UA chorus students, but these plans were cancelled after the university announced that the last two weeks of the spring semester would be cancelled after spring break.
• The Pacifica Quartet will join forces with New York Philharmonic Orchestra Principal Clarinet Anthony McGill at 7:30 pm on May 4. Both the string quartet Pacifica and McGill will perform their music debut on Tuesday along with works by Brahms and others.
Founded 26 years ago, the award-winning Pacifica Chamber Orchestra is a quartet of the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University. McGill is the first African-American major performer of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra. He advocates helping music education reach underserved communities and addressing the diversity, fairness, and inclusiveness of classical music.
• The Sphinx Virtuosi Band will perform at 7:30 PM on May 26th. The chamber orchestra consists of top black and Latino musicians from all over the country, and last performed with the musical on Tuesday, 2009.
Approximately 20 musicians are expected to perform the "Freedom Land" program, which will combine hits including Barber’s String Adagio and Dvorak’s American Quartet with Xavier Foley and Jesse Montgomery Pairing of new works.
Springfield, Missouri (KY3)-The Springfield Symphony Orchestra will usher in the new year, and they are preparing to start their first concert in 2021.
The Symphony Orchestra’s "Smorgasbord" concert is scheduled to be held at Juanita K. Hammons Hall on January 9th (Saturday) at 2 pm.
The orchestra must make some adjustments to its 2020-2021 season to create a safe experience for its musicians and listeners.
Kyle Pickett, music director and conductor of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra, said they have conducted extensive research on how to perform and play as safely as possible. He said that although nothing is zero risk, the goal is to minimize all risks for musicians and audiences on stage. This is why musicians and customers are always covered.
Pickett explained that they followed a study conducted by the University of Colorado and the University of Minnesota, which pointed out that the number of aerosols and droplets produced by various wind instruments is higher than the number of normal breathing or speech. Musicians will not only wear masks, but some musical instruments will also have covers and filters to prevent particles from spreading. Pickett said the same study showed how far aerosols can move, which is why everyone is 6-10 feet apart.
Although the appearance of the orchestra may change significantly, Pickett guarantees that it will still maintain the same energy and beautiful acoustics. "The people I spoke to with the visiting audience said they almost started crying because it has been a long time since they had the opportunity to gather together and listen to live music, and the sound surrounded them."
Pickett said that they are happy and important that they can attend the concert this season. He explained that during the pandemic, few professional bands can perform this season.
"This year I deliberately chose exciting and pleasant music that makes you feel good and can drive you."
Whether people experience the orchestra virtual or in person, the Springfield Symphony Orchestra is excited to bring live music to the Ozark safely.
Jennifer Cotner-Jones, executive director of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra, explained: "We hope everyone can comfortably attend the concert and enjoy some live music, because we all need it now. "But I just want people to know that we are doing this and we are doing it safely."
Since September, the Springfield Symphony Orchestra has held concerts and worked closely with the health department to review safety regulations.
Everyone must wear a mask, Kottner Jones said, encouraging people to come at staggered times. After reaching the concert hall, all doors will open instead of the usual single doors. This is to limit the amount of music gathered before the show.
Cotner-Jones said that the number of votes was limited because seats with more social distancing were allocated and each row of seats was blocked. She said: "So, if I sit next to my husband, the two seats next to us are empty, the row in front of us and the row behind us are empty."
There will be no intermission this season. After the concert, everyone will be expelled from team by team.
With live tickets, you can enjoy the symphony in the comfort of your home. There is also a single ticket that can be used for the performance at 2 pm to help keep distance from society.
There will be special guests for the rest of the season.
Copyright © Guangdong Fumei Furniture Industrial Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved. | Sitemap | Technical Support: