Kyle Goupille

Kyle Goupille: Trumpeting success

When Kyle Goupille first decided that he wanted to play an instrument, he chose the trombone. But he was in fifth grade and at that time, too short to reach all the slide positions on the trombone. “My mother wisely pointed out that there are just three valves on the trumpet — and (that I […]

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Press Herald reviews two UMaine Museum of Art exhibits

The Portland Press Herald published a review of two current exhibits at the University of Maine Museum of Art in downtown Bangor — Jared Cowan’s “The Life of David” and Siobhan McBride’s “Four Hour Fortune Cookie.” The author wrote the two shows struck him as an “unlikely but surprisingly well-matched pair.” “The Life of David” […]

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Telegraph String Quartet

Telegraph String Quartet to play at Minsky Recital Hall

The Telegraph String Quartet will play classic, contemporary and timeless music at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 2 at Minsky Recital Hall at the University of Maine. The quartet that formed in 2013 won the prestigious 2016 Naumburg Chamber Music Competition. The prize includes a performance at Carnegie Hall/Weill Recital Hall and a commissioned work by […]

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Light, movement, video project to be shown at IMRC Center

NO PLAN B, a light, movement and video project, will be shown at 6 p.m. Monday, March 20 at the University of Maine’s IMRC Center. NO PLAN B is a cross-genre collaboration between Alison Chase and Gene Felice. The pair will experiment with the blending of projections, movement and sound for the center’s inaugural Tent […]

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Doo Wop Project

Achieve harmony with Doo Wop Project at the CCA

The Doo Wop Project will bring street corner harmonies to the Collins Center for the Arts stage at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 1. The show traces the evolution of doo-wop from the classic sound of five guys singing on a street corner to today’s biggest radio hits. The singers will cover foundational tunes of The […]

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BODYTRAFFIC full speed ahead for March 19 at CCA

An inventive, dynamic Los Angeles dance troupe will bound across the stage at the Collins Center for the Arts at 7 p.m. Sunday, March 19. In 2007, Lillian Barbeito and Tina Finkelman Berkett founded BODYTRAFFIC, which commissions today’s most distinctive choreographers. BODYTRAFFIC reflects the diverse landscape of the City of Angels with its warm energy, […]

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TRJ advances historic photography exhibits at Hutchinson Center

The Republican Journal advanced the March 13 opening of the Penobscot Marine Museum’s historic photography exhibits “Acadia National Park: A Postcard View” and “The History of Postcards” at the H. Allen Fernald Gallery of the University of Maine’s Hutchinson Center. The exhibits runs through May 22. “Acadia National Park: A Postcard View” features Eastern Illustrating […]

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Dolphin illustration

Learn the art of nature in June at DMC

David Wheeler will teach a natural science illustration workshop June 12–16 at the University of Maine Darling Marine Center in Walpole. Wheeler, a teacher and artist for more than 25 years, will introduce basic shapes found in nature and help participants sharpen their observation skills. “We draw creative people from the Midcoast area and from […]

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Penobscot Marine Museum photography exhibits at the Hutchinson Center

Penobscot Marine Museum’s historic photography exhibits “Acadia National Park: A Postcard View” and “The History of Postcards” will be at the University of Maine Hutchinson Center H. Allen Fernald Gallery March 13–May 22. The free public exhibit in the H. Allen and Sally Fernald Art Gallery, open 8 a.m.–7 p.m. weekdays. “Acadia National Park: A […]

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