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Special Weather Statement issued August 21 at 6:11PM PDT by NWS

...SIGNIFICANT WEATHER ADVISORY FOR CENTRAL DOUGLAS AND EASTERN CHELAN COUNTIES UNTIL 715 PM PDT... AT 610 PM PDT...DOPPLER RADAR WAS TRACKING A STRONG THUNDERSTORM 11 MILES SOUTHEAST OF CHELAN...OR 26 MILES NORTHEAST OF WENATCHEE... MOVING EAST AT 5 MPH. NICKEL SIZE HAIL WILL BE POSSIBLE WITH THIS STORM.

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Last-minute entry lands local band on Styx stage

WENATCHEE — Time was running out. Monitor couple Brad and Lisa Petit wanted their Lynus and Lucy Band to be the opening act at the upcoming Styx concert at Town Toyota Center.

Clayton Trio jazz concert postponed

The Gerald Clayton Trio concert scheduled Saturday at Icicle Creek Center for the Arts in Leavenworth has been postponed. The drummer of the New York jazz group left the tour. The concert will be rebooked in November or next spring.

Wilf Woods: Auto-tune or the old-fashioned way?

How come pop singers sound so perfect, pitch-wise? They are using new software that corrects their pitch, that’s how. It’s called “auto-tune” and there are two brand names that make them, writes John Kehe in the current Christian Science Monitor Weekly.
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Bluegrass fest stays true to its roots

CASHMERE — The sound of banjos and bass carried softly on a chilly twilight breeze Monday — four days before this weekend’s Wenatchee River Bluegrass Festival at the Chelan County Expo Center. The campground opened at noon, and already a caravan of about 30 RVs and tent campers had rolled in — the first of about 300 expected this weekend.
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Festival twofer

The Icicle Creek International Chamber Music Festival creates wonderful melodies, but its acronym sounds like a car hitting a speedbump: ICICMF.

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The Canadian Tenors will appear at Wenatchee High School Oct. 6, not Oct. 22 as listed on show publications.

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Oboist Jim Rich joins the Con Spirito trio in a performance of “Prodigal Sons: Music By Celebrated Law School Dropouts Who Disappointed Their Parents” by composers Christoph Graupner, Johann David Heinichen and Georg Philipp Telemann.
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Gwen Lyons performs the first concert of Grace Lutheran’s Friday Night Out series.
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The Icicle Creek Piano Trio is joined by guest artist Sean Osborn on clarinet for its celebration of Jewish musical tradition.
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Commedia dell’heart

Love. Deceit. Disguise. Everything but death. That last element, it’s said, is what distinguishes tragedy from comedy. Nobody dies in Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “Così fan tutte,” so it must be a comedy. (Also: it’s funny.)
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The Wenatchee Community Concert Association adds a seventh concert to its six-event season roster, teeing up the Canadian Tenors for a Feb. 9 performance at Wenatchee Free Methodist Church.
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CommonBond 5 celebrates season’s spirit with annual concert

WENATCHEE — An annual holiday concert featuring one of the region’s top gospel quintets will expand this year to feature comedy, skits and a choir of some of the area’s most accomplished singers. “A Christmas Celebration,” the annual concert of CommonBond 5, will also be the release party for the group’s sixth compact disc, entitled “Come Out of the Wilderness.”
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Giving voice

You can’t help but stand for the “Hallelujah” chorus of George Frideric Handel’s “The Messiah.” Blame it on King George II. The English monarch purportedly rose to his feet during the famous chorus, which closes the second act of Handel’s 1742 oratorio.

Symphony sans baton

Wenatchee Valley Symphony music director and conductor Marty Zyskowski resigned from his post earlier this year, so the season’s concerts are led by a series of guest conductors.
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The Leavenworth handbell chorus keeps on ringing with its annual holiday tour swing through NCW.