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Clarkston, Michigan

notable locations in nearby Independence Township (Independence Township, Michigan) include Pine Knob Ski and Snowboard Resort (Pine Knob) as well as the DTE Energy Music Theatre, which has been home to famous musical tours, such as the Rockstar Mayhem Festival (Mayhem Festival), http: rockstarmayhemfest.com event id 38240 as well as graduation for local Clarkston High School (Clarkston High School (Michigan)). Within driving distance is also Great Lakes Crossing Outlets, the The Palace of Auburn Hills, and The Henry Ford Museum (The Henry Ford). References Originally built by the Nederlander Organization in the early 1970s, the '''DTE Energy Music Theatre''' is a 15,274-seat amphitheater located in Clarkston, Michigan. It was originally known as the '''Pine Knob Music Theatre''', due to its proximity to the nearby Pine Knob ski area and golf course. The name was changed in 2002 when DTE Energy (the parent company of Detroit Edison) purchased the naming rights to the amphitheater in a ten-year, $10 million deal. Despite this change, many people still continue to call the venue "Pine Knob", "The Knob", or "The Hill". The amphitheater is currently owned by Palace Sports and Entertainment, owner of the Detroit Pistons, The Palace of Auburn Hills and the Meadow Brook Music Festival. Annually, the music theater has consistently ranked among the top-selling outdoor concert venues in the nation. '''''Live Trucker''''' is a live album by Kid Rock released on February 28, 2006. It is composed of songs from his homestands of Clarkston (Clarkston, Michigan) (on September 1, 2000, and August 26 through August 28, 2004) and Detroit's Cobo Hall (March 26, 2004). The album contained the last two performances of Joe C. on "Devil Without a Cause" and "Early Mornin' Stoned Pimp" as well as Gretchen Wilson dueting on "Picture". Other highlights included "Only God Knows Why", the medley of "Somebody's Gotta Feel This" and "Fist of Rage," bridged together by Led Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love". *Clark Township (Clark Township, Michigan), Mackinac County (Mackinac County, Michigan) *Clarkston City (Clarkston, Michigan), Oakland County (Oakland County, Michigan) *Clawson City (Clawson, Michigan), Oakland County (Oakland County, Michigan) * Chelsea (Chelsea, Michigan) - ''Chelsea Standard'' Clarkston, Michigan Clarkston - ''Clarkston News'' Clawson, Michigan Clawson - ''Clawson Mirror''


Yerevan

directing and locating system. publisher Hi-loc.com accessdate 8 August 2011 live venues, street cafes, jazz cafes, tea houses, casinos, pubs, karaoke clubs and restaurants. The city prides itself on having connections 24 7 as taxis are available at any time of the day or night. The city has played host to many world-famous musical acts. *Yerevan Zoo: founded in 1940 and operated by the Yerevan municipality, is home to 1500 different animals and 260 species. ref>


Sofia

1909. Some of Bulgaria's most famous operatic singers, such as Nicolai Ghiaurov and Ghena Dimitrova, have made their first appearances on the stage of the National Opera and Ballet. Bulgaria Hall and Hall 1 of the National Palace of Culture regularly hold classical concerts, performed both by foreign orchestras and the Sofia Philharmonic. The city has played host to many world-famous musical acts including AC DC, Sting (Sting (musician)), Elton John, Madonna


Kingston upon Hull

destruction by Luftwaffe. When the bomb damage of 1941 was finally made good in 1950 it reopened to emerge, with its green copper roof, as one of the most loved structures in the city. Around the upper west end of the building is a frieze commemorating famous musical composers. The cupola of the previous town hall, built in 1866 by Cuthbert Brodrick, is sited at the west side of Pearson Park. The City Hall now regularly hosts Rock, Pop and Classical Concerts as well as Comedy events. Left of the entrance is the booking office for events in the city and to the right The Tourist Information Office. Queen's Gardens thumb Queen's Gardens (image:Feeding the Ducks in Queen's Gardens - geograph.org.uk - 490680.jpg) Opened in 1930 and built on top of the old Queen's Dock. The dock was built in the late 1700s, and at 10 acres it was the largest dock in England. However, it was not until 1854 that it was named Queen's Dock after Queen Victoria. You can still make out the original shape of the dock in the walls and buildings surrounding the gardens. Some of the buildings on the south side are the old warehouses of the dock. At the east end stands the Wilberforce Monument and at the west, the old dock offices now the Maritime Museum. The gardens are sunk and contain flowerbeds, seating and a large grassy area. * WikiPedia:Kingston upon Hull Commons:Category:Kingston upon Hull


Florence

the composers working in Venice from about 1550 to around 1610; it also describes the music they produced. The Venetian polychoral compositions of the late 16th century were among the most famous musical events in Europe, and their influence on musical practice in other countries was enormous. The innovations introduced by the Venetian school, along with the contemporary development of monody and opera in Florence, together define the end of the musical Renaissance (Renaissance music) and the beginning of the musical Baroque (Baroque music). The term '''Venetian School''' is sometimes used to distinguish it from the contemporary, and usually more musically conservative, Roman School. Other important centers of musical activity in Italy at the same time included Florence (the birthplace of opera), Ferrara, Naples, Padua, Mantua and Milan. The '''Chiesa di San Felice''' (Church of St Felix) is a church in Florence, Italy. It is located on the south bank of the River Arno, just west of the Pitti Palace. It is predominantly Gothic (Gothic architecture), but has a Renaissance (Renaissance architecture) façade by Michelozzo, added in 1457. Over the high altar is a large Crucifix attributed to Giotto (Giotto di Bondone) or his school. The '''Chiesa di San Leonardo in Arcetri''' is a church in Florence, Italy. Death He is buried in the Cimitero Evangelico degli Allori in the southern suburb of Florence, Galluzzo (Italy). thumb 250px right San Miniato al Monte and the Bishop's Palace. (Image:SanMiniatoalMontenew.jpg) '''San Miniato al Monte''' (St. Minias on the Mountain) is a basilica in Florence, central Italy, standing atop one of the highest points in the city. It has been described as one of the finest Romanesque (Romanesque architecture) structures in Tuscany and one of the most beautiful churches in Italy. There is an adjoining Olivetan monastery, seen to the right of the basilica when ascending the stairs. Borgi di Toscana: Basilica of san minato al Monte, Florence Till Lindemann was born in Leipzig, East Germany, but he grew up in the village of Wendisch-Rambow near Schwerin (in East Germany). His father is Werner Lindemann and his mother, Brigitte "Gitta" Hildegard Lindemann, was a journalist and writer until she retired. Lindemann has one sister who is six years younger. At age 11 he went to a sports school at the Empor Rostock Sport Club, and from 1977 to 1980 attended a boarding school. His parents divorced in 1975. In 1978 Lindemann was a participant in the European Junior Swimming Championships in Florence finishing seventh in the 1500 m, and was shortlisted to go to 1980 Olympics (1980 Summer Olympics) in Moscow but discontinued the sport soon after because of an injury. According to Lindemann, "I never liked the sport school actually, it was very intense. But as a child you don't object." Lindemann later worked as an apprentice carpenter, a gallery technician, a peat cutter and a basket weaver. thumb right upright Interior looking towards the high altar. (Image:Einblick LH2 San Lorenzo Florenz.jpg) The '''Basilica di San Lorenzo''' (Basilica of St Lawrence) is one of the largest churches of Florence, Italy, situated at the centre of the city’s main market district, and the burial place of all the principal members of the Medici family from Cosimo il Vecchio to Cosimo III. It is one of several churches that claim to be the oldest in Florence; when it was consecrated in 393 It was dedicated by Saint Ambrose of Milan. it stood outside the city walls. For three hundred years it was the city's cathedral before the official seat of the bishop was transferred to Santa Reparata (Santa Reparata (Florence)). San Lorenzo was also the parish church of the Medici family. In 1419, Giovanni di Bicci de' Medici offered to finance a new church to replace the eleventh-century Romanesque (Romanesque architecture) rebuilding. Filippo Brunelleschi, the leading Renaissance architect of the first half of the fifteenth century, was commissioned to design it, but the building, with alterations, was not completed until after his death. The church is part of a larger monastic complex that contains other important architectural works: the Old Sacristy (Sagresta Vecchia) by Brunelleschi; the Laurentian Library by Michelangelo; the New Sacristy based on Michelangelo's designs; and the Medici Chapels by Matteo Nigetti. In occasion of the 1880 general election (Italian general election, 1880), the Republicans chose to abandon abstention and participate. At the time their ranks included both members of the middle class, such as Giovanni Bovio, Arcangelo Ghisleri and Napoleone Colajanni, and of the working class, such as Valentino Armirotti. The party was officially founded in 1895. At the end of the century the PRI was allied with the Italian Socialist Party (PSI) and the Radical Party (Radical Party (Italy, 1877)), participating in the administration of large cities including Milan, Florence and Rome. Biography Agathe Backer was born in Holmestrand in 1847. Her elder sister was Harriet Backer, who became famous as a painter. In 1857 she moved with her family to Oslo, where she studied with Otto Winther-Hjelm, Halfdan Kjerulf and Ludvig Mathias Lindeman. From 1865 she studied in Berlin, where she won fame with her interpretation of Beethoven (Ludwig van Beethoven)'s "Emperor" Concerto (Piano Concerto No. 5 (Beethoven)). Later she studied with Hans von Bülow in Florence, and Franz Liszt in Weimar in 1873. Commons:Category:Florence Wikipedia:Florence Dmoz:Regional Europe Italy Regions Tuscany Localities Florence


Hamburg

of Hamburg alt url http: www.englishtheatre.de email address lat long directions phone tollfree fax hours price content The English Theatre of Hamburg performs from September through June, giving eight performances per week. *'''Schmidt-Theater''' — Theatre, variety, cabaret, concerts, and satirical revues. *'''Schmidts Tivoli''' — Avant garde shows and high-class musicals. The world famous musical "Cabaret" and the successful musical


Hollywood

) Superstar ''. The following year, he joined the Theatre Guild and played Curly in their production of ''Green Grow the Lilacs (Green Grow the Lilacs (play))'' (later to become the famous musical ''Oklahoma!''). He later became a founding member of the famed Group Theatre (Group Theatre (New York)), together with Harold Clurman, Cheryl Crawford, Lee Strasberg, Stella Adler, Clifford Odets, and others, many of whom had worked


Taiwan

''' and '''Laurentius (Antipope Laurentius)''' were elected pope, causing a schism (Schism (religion)) that would last until 506. 1998


Norway

for Belgium. He has also reached the Eurovision Song Contest seven times, three times for Sweden, twice for Spain, once for Norway, and once for Denmark. Eurovision Song Contest 2007 In 2007, Thomas G:son experienced the peculiar situation of having two of his songs compete in Helsinki, neither of them being for his home country. Instead, the Norwegian (Norway), nationally famous musical (musical theatre) artist Guri Schanke performed his fiery Latino song " Ven


Italy

and (somewhat more conservative) Roman Schools of composition. In particular the ''Venetian School'''s polychoral compositions (Venetian polychoral style) of the late 16th century were among the most famous musical events in Europe, and their influence on musical practice in other countries was enormous. The innovations introduced by the ''Venetian School'', along with the contemporary development of monody and opera in Florence, together define the end of the musical Renaissance (Renaissance music) and the beginning of the musical Baroque (Baroque music). See Prague (emeritus) In 1992 he was elected President of the Czech Episcopal Conference; a role that he held until 2001. From 16 April 1993 until 31 May 2001 Archbishop Vlk was President of the Council of European Episcopal Conferences (CCEE), as the successor to Carlo Maria Martini, Archbishop of Milan, Italy. Special Secretary of the 1st Special Assembly for Europe of the Synod of Bishops (Synod of Bishops (Catholic)) (1991); and has taken part in the 9th General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops (1994) and in the 2nd Special Assembly for Europe (1999). thumb Troops of the Soviet Red army during a counter-offensive in Moscow during December of 1941 (File:Soviet Offensive Moscow December 1941.jpg) Before the campaign, the Division had to recover from losses suffered from wear, as well as their heavy weapons, which had been sunk in the Mediterranean by Allied submarines; it was shipped by sea to Italy, to be redirected from there by heavy railway to the east. After they had recovered, in October 1941, 2nd Panzer Division was sent to the Eastern Front (Eastern Front (World War II)), reinforcing Army Group Centre in their progress towards Moscow. They became an active component of the XL Panzer Corps (XL Panzer Corps (Germany)) of the 4th Panzer Army. During the Battle of Moscow, vanguard elements of the Division reached the outskirts of the city reaching 9 km from the centre of Moscow; some of its units even claimed to have sighted the domes of the Kremlin in the distance. Europe France is planning a private project to build


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