Ankush Kumar Bahl Conducts Mendelssohn and Sibelius

In Arts, on February 9th, 2021

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Omaha, NE—Omaha Symphony returns with another concert this weekend, featuring recently appointed Music Director Designate, Ankush Kumar Bahl. This is Bahl’s long awaited debut in his new position, as his appearance last year was hampered by COVID-19. February 13 and 14, the orchestra will present two pieces with a special importance to Maestro Bahl, Mendelssohn’s “The Hebrides”, and Sibelius’ Symphony No. 2 in D Major.

Featuring Music Director Designate, Ankush Kumar Bahl

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‘Alluvium’ Open Now at Amplify Arts’ Generator Space

In Arts, on February 5th, 2021

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Omaha, NE—Alluvium is on display now at Amplify Arts’ Generator Space, part of the organization’s Generator Grants program. Organized by Allis Conley and Corson Androski with support from Sarah Rowe, this exhibition inspired by the work of Dr. Zoe S. Todd examines our relationship with local land, water, and neighbors human and non-human.

Featuring Exhibition Organizer, Corson Androski

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OPA Introduces Voices Amplified

In Arts, on February 3rd, 2021

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Omaha Performing Arts has introduced Voices Amplified, a new series reflecting on Black history and racial equity to amplify Black stories and voices and encourage community dialogue. This week, the organization celebrates the Gullah culture with musical guests, Ranky Tanky.

Featuring Gennean Scott, Vice President of Human Capital and Inclusion.

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Omaha Symphony Introduces Chamber Music Series

In Arts, on February 2nd, 2021

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Omaha, NE—Omaha Symphony introduces a new chamber music series this week. Their first concert this Thursday will present cornerstones of string and wind repertoire and will tie in with this season’s Masterworks concerts. Dani Meier, Vice President of Artistic Administration and member of the bass section of the Omaha Symphony.

Featuring Dani Meier, Vice President of Artistic Administration and member of the bass section of the Omaha Symphony.

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Wildlife Photography Comes to Life at The Rose, ‘How to Build an Ark: Searching for Joel Sartore’

In Arts, on February 2nd, 2021

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Omaha, NE—Showing now at the Rose Theater, How to Build an Ark: Searching for Joel Sartore. Sartore is a National Geographic photographer, environmental activist, and a Nebraskan. His work has been woven into an inspiring and educational adventure on stage.

Featuring Playwright Ellen Struve and Director Matt Gutschick

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‘Virtual Classical Concert and Art Tour of the World’ Airs Tonight

In Arts, on January 27th, 2021

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Omaha, NE—In these strange times, many organizations have had to rethink how they engage with the public. Some outside of the box thinking along with the internet and streaming services have made for some unique opportunities. Things to do DC is an organization that, before pandemic, curated cultural events in the DC area, like concerts, walking tours, and galas. They are now streaming live music performances for the whole world, featuring classical guitarist Mak Grgic. Greg Bland CEO of Things to do DC.

Featuring CEO Greg Bland and Guitarist Mak Grgic

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