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Pianist Xiayin Wang performs a variety of repertoire and she recently released a new album of solo piano works by Enrique...
I think Tracy Chapman said it best when she sang ‘Talkin’ bout a Revolution.’ In this statement, which is both simple in context...
The Institute for Contemporary Art at VCU is set to open its doors to the public tomorrow (4/20). It’s the largest...

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Pianist Xiayin Wang performs a variety of repertoire and she recently released a new album of solo piano works by Enrique Granados on the Chandos label. The album centers around Granados’s towering Goyescas, a set based on the paintings of Francisco Goya.

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Students across the country walked out of school Friday on the 19th anniversary of the Columbine school shooting. Greater Richmond students convened with parents, educators and some elected officials on Brown’s Island, before a march to the state capitol building.

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This Week from Artsline

Sunday, April 22nd

The "Requiem" will be accompanied by a chamber ensemble and organist Cheryl Van Ornam. The soloists will be Karine Marshall and Caroline Whisnant.
The Curio Project, the Recycled Art Show and 4 other new exhibits on display. Tour 75 artist studios. Visit 12 - 6 pm Tues - Sun.
Two multi-media exhibitions with Susan Hensel solo and Bluecoup group shows, info: bluecoup.org AND group show by artspace members.
Kim & Paul Teeples each bring their own unique perspective to their art; featuring found object assemblages and unusual paper treatments