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Hamburg

Arts Degree. SAE Hamburg starts the Digital Film Program. Four franchise (Franchising) schools are established in India. SAE Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Stuttgart, and Berlin are expanded. * 2001 sees the opening of SAE Miami (Miami, Florida), Liverpool and Madrid. Tom Misner purchases the largest recording studio in Germany, which is now part of the Studios 301 Group. * 2003 The SAE Alumni Association is founded. SAE Brussels, Belgium, SAE SAE Institute Bangkok and SAE Yangon, Myanmar, are opened. SAE Berlin is offering the first Bachelor courses. The new headquarters in Byron Bay, Australia opens. * 2004 SAE Munich, Amsterdam, Melbourne, Stuttgart and Hamburg all move to new, bigger and improved premises. SAE Leipzig opens. SAE Barcelona opens. SAE acquires QANTM, Australia's leading production, new media and training company. * 2005 Tom Misner takes over console maker AMS Neve. SAE Dubai, first college in the Middle East, opens. SAE Los Angeles, fourth college in the US, opens. First SAE Alumni worldwide conference is held in Frankfurt. In 1981, Eschenbach became principal guest conductor of the Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich, and was chief conductor from 1982 to 1986. Other posts have included Music Director of the Houston Symphony Orchestra (1988–1999), where he now holds the title of Conductor Laureate; co-artistic director of the Pacific Music Festival, from 1992 to 1998; chief conductor of the NDR Symphony Orchestra, Hamburg (1998–2004); and music director of the Ravinia Festival, summer home of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra (1994–2005). In addition, he was artistic director of the Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival from 1999 until 2003. Since 2000, Eschenbach has been the Music Director of the Orchestre de Paris; in May 2007, it was announced that Eschenbach would conclude his tenure with the Orchestre de Paris in 2010. David Patrick Stearns, "Eschenbach out of post in Paris". ''Philadelphia Inquirer'', 1 June 2007. In addition, from 2003 till 2008 Eschenbach was the Music Director of the Philadelphia Orchestra. In 2010 he assumed his position as Music Director of both the National Symphony Orchestra and the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. death_date Commons:Category:Hamburg Wikipedia:Hamburg Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Hamburg


Liverpool

franchise schools are established in India. SAE Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Stuttgart, and Berlin are expanded. * 2001 sees the opening of SAE Miami (Miami, Florida), Liverpool and Madrid. Tom Misner purchases the largest recording studio in Germany, which is now part of the Studios 301 Group. * 2002 SAE Adelaide and SAE Perth (Perth, Western Australia) turn 20. The new Digital Film Making Program is starting in Australia and Europe. SAE Thiruvananthapuram, India, commences operation. SAE Berlin and SAE Athens are approved as Degree Centres by Middlesex University, England. SAE Bangkok starts operation. right thumb 200px Africa Oyé logo, as seen on the stage during Oyé 2006 (Image:Oye 045.jpg) '''Africa Oyé''' is the largest live African music festival in the UK. Originally a smaller, multi-venue event, Oyé now attracts over fifty thousand people every June, to Liverpool's Sefton Park. Africa Oye official website. Retrieved 1st February 2012 The festival showcases new and established African and Caribbean artists, besides celebrating different aspects of the same cultures. Oyé has also been known to programme music from South America, with Salsa (Salsa music), Soca (Soca music) and Reggae proving popular additions to the festival. History Beginning in 1992 as a series of small gigs in Liverpool’s city centre, the event has consistently grown in size and popularity, forcing a move in 2002 to its present home in Liverpool’s picturesque Sefton Park. 2009 saw Oyé attract an audience of over 20,000 people, increasing to over 50,000 in 2010 and 2011. The festival was briefly a ticketed (£5) event in 2011 Liverpool Daily Post. Jones, Catherine. 3rd February 2011. Retrieved 1st February 2012 This was to cover the cost of enclosing the event, a precaution enforced by Liverpool City Council following the large numbers of attendance in 2010. However, after extensive discussions between Oyé’s organisers and the council, the decision was reversed and Oyé continued to be a free and unfenced festival. Liverpool Echo Jones, Catherine. 9th may 2011. Retrieved 1st Feb 2012 Mills became well-known as a result of her role in the successful Broadway musical ''Shuffle Along'' (1921) at Daly's 63rd Street Theatre (barely on Broadway (Broadway theatre)), one of the events credited with beginning the Harlem Renaissance, as well acclaimed reviews in London, Paris, Ostend, Liverpool, and other European venues. Mills told the press that despite her years in vaudeville, she believed that "Shuffle Along" launched her career ("Early Days Desperate, Says Flo," ''Pittsburgh Courier'', February 28, 1925, p. 14). In 1924 she headlined at the Palace Theatre (Palace Theatre (Broadway)), the most prestigious booking in all of vaudeville, and became an international superstar with the hit show ''Lew Leslie's Blackbirds (Lew Leslie)'' (1926). Among her fans when she toured Europe was the Prince of Wales, who told the press that he had seen Blackbirds eleven times (Rob Roy, "Florence Mills Phenominal sic Reign," ''Chicago Defender'', April 9, 1955, p. 7). Many in the black press admired her popularity and saw her as a role model: not only was she a great entertainer but she was also able to serve as "an ambassador of good will from the blacks to the whites... a living example of the potentialities of the Negro of ability when given a chance to make good" ("Florence Mills," ''Pittsburgh Courier'', November 12, 1927, p. A8). Commons:category:Liverpool Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Merseyside Liverpool Wikipedia:Liverpool


Madrid

in India. SAE Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Stuttgart, and Berlin are expanded. * 2001 sees the opening of SAE Miami (Miami, Florida), Liverpool and Madrid. Tom Misner purchases the largest recording studio in Germany, which is now part of the Studios 301 Group. * 2002 SAE Adelaide and SAE Perth (Perth, Western Australia) turn 20. The new Digital Film Making Program is starting in Australia and Europe. SAE Thiruvananthapuram, India, commences operation. SAE Berlin and SAE Athens are approved as Degree Centres by Middlesex University, England. SAE Bangkok starts operation. Personal life The son of an Israeli–British businessman and a folk singer, Broza was born in Haifa, Israel. He was raised and educated in England and Spain, where he was schooled at Runnymede College, in Madrid. Broza's grandfather, Wellesley Aron, co-founded the Arab-Israeli peace settlement, Neve Shalom – Wāħat as-Salām (''The Oasis of Peace'') David Broza profile, Jewish Music Group (archived webpage) and the Habonim (Habonim Dror) youth movement. Young David Broza originally planned to become a graphic artist, and by age 17 he was selling his paintings in the Rastro, Madrid's Sunday flea market. Following high school, and while serving in the Israel Defence Forces, he began playing guitar in cafes to earn extra money. Eventually he was offered a record deal, but as he still hoped to attend the Rhode Island School of Design, he declined. He later recorded a tape to promote his live shows. The event was held in Los Angeles, California from 1974 to 1976 before moving to Madison Square Garden (MSG) in New York City in 1977. With the exception of a one-year move to Oakland, California in 1978, the Championships remained at MSG until 2000. The event then briefly moved to Munich, Germany in 2001. More recently, it moved back to Los Angeles from 2002 to 2005. The 2006 and 2007 editions were held in Madrid, Spain. Doha, Qatar hosted the 2008–2010 editions before passing the flag to Istanbul, Turkey, which is scheduled to host the 2011–2013 editions.


Berlin

sees the opening of SAE Miami (Miami, Florida), Liverpool and Madrid. Tom Misner purchases the largest recording studio in Germany, which is now part of the Studios 301 Group. * 2002 SAE Adelaide and SAE Perth (Perth, Western Australia) turn 20. The new Digital Film Making Program is starting in Australia and Europe. SAE Thiruvananthapuram, India, commences operation. SAE Berlin and SAE Athens are approved as Degree Centres by Middlesex University, England. SAE Bangkok starts operation. * 2003 The SAE Alumni Association is founded. SAE Brussels, Belgium, SAE SAE Institute Bangkok and SAE Yangon, Myanmar, are opened. SAE Berlin is offering the first Bachelor courses. The new headquarters in Byron Bay, Australia opens. * 2002 SAE Adelaide and SAE Perth (Perth, Western Australia) turn 20. The new Digital Film Making Program is starting in Australia and Europe. SAE Thiruvananthapuram, India, commences operation. SAE Berlin and SAE Athens are approved as Degree Centres by Middlesex University, England. SAE Bangkok starts operation. * 2003 The SAE Alumni Association is founded. SAE Brussels, Belgium, SAE SAE Institute Bangkok and SAE Yangon, Myanmar, are opened. SAE Berlin is offering the first Bachelor courses. The new headquarters in Byron Bay, Australia opens. * 2004 SAE Munich, Amsterdam, Melbourne, Stuttgart and Hamburg all move to new, bigger and improved premises. SAE Leipzig opens. SAE Barcelona opens. SAE acquires QANTM, Australia's leading production, new media and training company. Music Life From the age of 16, Biret played as a soloist with the most distinguished orchestras in the world including the London Symphony (London Symphony Orchestra), the Philharmonia, the London Philharmonic (London Philharmonic Orchestra), the Boston Symphony (Boston Symphony Orchestra), the Leningrad Philharmonic (Saint Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra), the Leipzig Gewandhaus (Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra), the Dresden Staatskapelle (Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden), the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, the Tokyo Philharmonic (Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra), the Warsaw Philharmonic (Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra), the Orchestre National de France and the Sydney Symphony. She collaborated with the eminent conductors such as Hermann Scherchen, Pierre Monteux, Erich Leinsdorf, Rudolf Kempe, Gennady Rozhdestvensky, Aaron Copland, Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, Charles Mackerras, Jean Fournet, Moshe Atzmon, Antoni Wit and Hiroyuki Iwaki. Biret also gave concerts at the festivals of Berlin, Montreal, Istanbul, Dubrovnik, Montpellier, Nohant (Nohant-Vic), Persepolis, Royan and Athens. *Football (Football (soccer)): Match fixing scandal in Germany: **Two of the men arrested in Berlin on 28 January have reportedly implicated three Hertha Berlin (Hertha BSC Berlin) players in the scheme. The players are alleged to have worked with the arrested men to fix a September 2004 German Cup tie between Hertha and Eintracht Braunschweig, which Braunschweig won 3–2 with the aid of an own goal by one of the accused players. (AP Yahoo!) **Regional league side Paderborn (SC Paderborn 07) informed the German Football Association that one of its players had accepted money from an unidentified man before the team's German Cup tie with Hamburger SV in August 2004. The referee (referee (association football)) in this match, Robert Hoyzer, has already admitted to fixing matches. (AP Yahoo!) thumb right Angelo de Gubernatis (Image:Angelo De Gubernatis.jpg) '''Count Angelo de Gubernatis''' (1840 - 1913), Italian (Italy) man of letters, was born at Turin and educated there and at Berlin, where he studied philology. In September 1990, Netto started an internationalisation process, and Germany was the second country to gain Netto stores. The first store was opened in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern not long after the Fall of the Wall (Berlin Wall#The fall of the Wall). Netto has since expanded in the states of Brandenburg, Berlin, Saxony-Anhalt and Schleswig-Holstein, and there are a total of 293 stores end of May 2009. Optimizing overhead costs has gone farther with the Federal Police of Vienna. The 23 District Police Commands in 2002 have been reduced to 14 City Police Commands. Reducing the number of small districts by mergers, as they have happened in Berlin after the 1990 reunification of Germany, have not even been discussed in Vienna. right thumb upright 1.1 The 23 districts of Vienna. (File:Vienna_districts_large_numbers.gif) birth_date Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin


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Australia

-operation of the Southern Cross University. SAE Frankfurt now offers the first live sound program in Germany. SAE Milano opens in Italy. * 2001 sees the opening of SAE Miami (Miami, Florida), Liverpool and Madrid. Tom Misner purchases the largest recording studio in Germany, which is now part of the Studios 301 Group. * 2002 SAE Adelaide and SAE Perth (Perth, Western Australia) turn 20. The new Digital Film Making Program is starting in Australia and Europe. SAE Thiruvananthapuram, India, commences operation. SAE Berlin and SAE Athens are approved as Degree Centres by Middlesex University, England. SAE Bangkok starts operation. * 2003 The SAE Alumni Association is founded. SAE Brussels, Belgium, SAE SAE Institute Bangkok and SAE Yangon, Myanmar, are opened. SAE Berlin is offering the first Bachelor courses. The new headquarters in Byron Bay, Australia opens. Some countries have different coloured post boxes; in countries such as Australia, Portugal, and Russia, the colour indicates which type of mail a box is to be used for, such as 1st and 2nd class post. However, in Germany and parts of Sweden, because of postal deregulation (Deregulation), the different colours are for the different postal services. Other nations use a particular colour to indicate common political or historical ties. Canadian Museum of Civilization Corporation, ''Colour, A Postal Symbol'', Civilisation.ca. http: www.civilisations.ca cpm histbox couleu_e.htm group1 '''Red''' list1 Argentina Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia


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