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KVNO has been honoring students who play, sing or compose for over twenty years. Each monthly Classical Kid receives a $300 scholarship from the Soener Foundation.
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August 1st, 2022
The New American Arts Festival will be held this Friday, Aug. 5, starting at 5pm in Benson.
July 25th, 2022
Art and music are known as unifying forces, and they’re both found abundantly at the farmers market.
July 22nd, 2022
In 2019, Higgins created the Lincoln Crossroads Music Festival, a celebration where different musical cultures intersect.
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August 10th, 2022
OMAHA-Tarana Burke will be at the Holland Center this afternoon from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. And the ticket prices had been dropped to 25 dollars using the code Me-too, original price of tickets was up to 100 dollars, but Taylor says that she wants to make sure all people have access to this event and be aware that someone is there to listen.
April 29th, 2022
OMAH-Old enough to retire, Carolyn Rogers is not ready yet, since she still has a lot of desire to continue studying. She will soon graduate with a bachelor’s degree and the next stop is a master’s degree.
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June 15th, 2022
When KVNO station manager and host of Midday Classics, Sherry Kennedy Brownrigg, asked if I’d be willing to draw a cartoon celebrating the music we play, I instantly knew the direction I’d go. Occasionally, ideas are like that. They practically write (or draw!) themselves. Besides, the topic is one in which I’m very passionate.
June 3rd, 2022
You know the feeling when you tour an art exhibit or enjoy a concert and feel inspired to create something of your own? We often see instances in the visual arts in which one artist is inspired to create a work after seeing the work of another artist. And composers are no different—many composers have written works in response to beautiful works of art.