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The learners - who originally came to the College as NEETS (Not in Education, Employment or Training) last September - were awarded their Certificates at an awards ceremony held in the Performing Arts building on the Bangor site.
Brant Performing Arts Group members include the Brantford Symphony Orchestra, the Brant Belle-a-Dears, Brant Men of Song, the Brant Taletellers, Grand River Chorus, ICTHYS, the Telephone City Music Society, the Little String Orchestra, the Kiwanis Music Festival and Theatre Brantford.
The showcase takes place next September and aims to represent and reflect a multi-cultural society that makes England unique and to offer an insight into the country's performing arts talent.
1) Students participate in Tiananmen Square before the 1989 massacre in the play "The Dragon Awakes" at the Lancaster Performing Arts Center on Friday.
Located next to the South Orange New Jersey Transit train station, SOPAC contains a live performing arts center with a seating capacity of 415, a five-screen Cineplex operated by Clearview Cinemas, and an open loft space facing South Mountain Reservation that is available for rental to the public.
Following almost two decades of under-funding, the last five years have seen a greater focus on the performing arts than ever before.
5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A new web article launched by Best Value Schools puts 25 top university performing arts centers in the spotlight.
Performing Arts & Social Justice Major with Dance/Theater emphasis BA or Dance Minor.
Instead, 11-year-old Sheridan must prepare for a pageant where she will be interviewed and asked to talk about her academic achievements, community involvement and experiences in the performing arts.
Construction work has begun on the new Jamaica Performing Arts Center, a 400-seat performance venue in Queens designed by New York City architectural firm Wank Adams Slavin Associates LLP
DALLAS -- McCarthy Building Companies, a Texas builder since 1980, broke ground on November 27, 2006 on the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre, an 80,300-square-foot multi-form theatre facility.

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