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At the Broome County Arts Council (BCAC), six student artists from area high schools have won awards in “An Artistic Discovery Broome County Congressional High School Art Competition.   They now advance to the final round of competition sponsored by U.S. Representative Richard Hanna for high schools in the 22nd Congressional District.  Hanna will present final awards April 18th at Binghamton's Roberson Museum and Science Center. (more…)...
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By Barb Van Atta A shout-out to Press & Sun-Bulletin reporter Meghin Delaney for her ongoing series of articles on Union-Endicott High School’s upcoming production of Andrew Lloyd-Webber’s Phantom of the Opera. For years, one question has always been on the minds of those of us whose extracurricular endeavors and/or those of our children have centered around auditoriums, not gymnasiums: “Why don’t high school arts get the same media attention as high school sports?” As Arts & Entertainment Editor at the Press and now as editor of...
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Reviewed by George Basler Jazz drummer Sherrie Maricle came back to her hometown last weekend and rocked the Anderson Center at Binghamton University as leader of the all-female Diva Jazz Orchestra. The orchestra got its start 20 years ago in a traditionally male-dominated field and, since then, has proven it can swing with the best of them. That was certainly true Saturday (July 20). Maricle, a Union-Endicott High School and Binghamton University graduate, led the band from her perch as drummer in a precise and powerful two-hour performance. I’m not a...
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I attended all three performances of Union-Endicott High School's amazing production of Godspell. How were the arts a part of your week and weekend?...
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Did you enjoy a festive First Friday (or First Satuday)? Were you at the CHOW concert, Amahl, a tree lighting or a church pageant? BAMirror's Rebecca Sheriff attended The Nutcracker (see review below); how about you? I was once again wowed by the choral performers at Union-Endicott High School. How have you been sampling the arts in this holiday season?...
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If you need proof that the future of the arts in good hands, look no further than your friendly, local high school musical. My family caught the absolutely amazing production of the school edition of "Les Mis" at Union-Endicott High School this past weekend. Super kudos to James Gleason and his entire team, both onstage and behind the scenes. If you're not familiar with this Broadway blockbuster, it's more opera than musical, with barely a spoken word. Those kids put their all into this show,...
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