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rlevitow February 20, 2009 No Comments

news from KadmusArts.com

Every one knows the global economy is going through an incredibly unstable time. However, there's some good economic news for live arts around the world.

In our current blog on culture, "No Business Like Festival Business" we report on the most recent upward trends for festival attendance. Check it out, and add your perspective. 

And, here's some good news for the future. Over the past few weeks KadmusArts.com has discovered some great young artists who might be the future of music. 

Listen to the Podcast Interviews with Dana Leong, an electro-jazz cellist and composer who has traveled the world preaching his amazing brand of genre-busting music; Maya Azucena, who channels Chaka Khan and Aretha Franklin through her amazing vocals to create a sound all her own; and, DBR (Daniel Bernard Roumain), who takes his classical violin training to the next level, creating some of the most exciting contemporary music today and collaborating with the likes of Philip Glass and Bill T. Jones.

Have you discovered a great young artist at a festival?  Tell us about them!: updates@kadmusarts.com  Do you have an interview that you want us to post? Let us know:  annj@KadmusArts.com.

We are here to bring the community together with daily culture news from all over the world, weekly festival and artist picks, podcasts, playlists, blogs on culture and food, an open forum, and the best platform for to find any festival in the world.

After all, every day over one million people are going to festivals on KadmusArts.com.

Go ahead, and brighten your day: sing-a-long with Ethel Merman. That's a stimulus we all could use.

From all of us at KadmusArts,
All the best to you,

Ann Jareckie

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Ann Jareckie
Administration and Research Coordinator
KadmusArts
74 Monument Avenue
Bennington, VT  05201
Tel: (01) 802.442.3901
Email:  annj@kadmusarts.com

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