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Thai guitarist Ekachai Jearakul returns to Kleinhans

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Ekachai Jearakul

On Tuesday March 22 at 7:30pm, Thai guitarist Ekachai Jearakul will perform a solo recital in the Mary Seaton Room of Kleinhans Music Hall co-sponsored by the Castellani Andriaccio Guitar Duo and the BPO. Jearakul is a three-time semi-finalist and a two-time finalist at the JoAnn Falletta International Guitar Concerto Competition, placing second in 2014 and third in 2012. Jearakul is also the 2014 winner of the Guitar Foundation of America (GFA) Competition, where his prize included a 50 city recital tour and a solo guitar recital CD on Naxos.
Michael Andriaccio, co-artistic director of the Falletta Competition says: “Don’t miss Jearakul’s return performance – he is truly Thailand’s monarch of the guitar. Audiences around the world have marveled at his virtuosity and elegance and he is a favorite of our Buffalo audience”.
Jearakul’s program includes two works, including Magic Beams, arranged for classical guitar by William Kanengiser, from a suite written by King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand, the world’s longest reigning monarch, who is also a prolific composer. The far-ranging program includes works by Joaquin Turina and Rito de los Orishas by Leo Brouwer, as well as a piece composed for him by Steven Goss.
Tickets: $10, or free with the purchase of a ticket to the JoAnn Falletta Guitar Competition finals on June 11. Information: 885-5000 or www.bpo.org


Ekachai Jearakul returns to Kleinhans

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Ekachai Jearakul

On Tuesday March 22 at 7:30pm, Thai guitarist Ekachai Jearakul will perform a solo recital in the Mary Seaton Room of Kleinhans Music Hall co-sponsored by the Castellani Andriaccio Guitar Duo and the BPO. Jearakul is a three-time semi-finalist and a two-time finalist at the JoAnn Falletta International Guitar Concerto Competition, placing second in 2014 and third in 2012. Jearakul is also the 2014 winner of the Guitar Foundation of America (GFA) Competition, where his prize included a 50 city recital tour and a solo guitar recital CD on Naxos.
Michael Andriaccio, co-artistic director of the Falletta Competition says: “Don’t miss Jearakul’s return performance – he is truly Thailand’s monarch of the guitar. Audiences around the world have marveled at his virtuosity and elegance and he is a favorite of our Buffalo audience”.
Jearakul’s program includes two works, including Magic Beams, arranged for classical guitar by William Kanengiser, from a suite written by King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand, the world’s longest reigning monarch, who is also a prolific composer. The far-ranging program includes works by Joaquin Turina and Rito de los Orishas by Leo Brouwer, as well as a piece composed for him by Steven Goss.
Tickets: $10, or free with the purchase of a ticket to the JoAnn Falletta Guitar Competition finals on June 11. Information: 885-5000 or www.bpo.org


Grand Island Soccer Player to attend Villanova on Scholarship

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Frank Cotroneo, 17, of Grand Island on Wednesday signed a letter of intent to attend Division 1 Villanova University on a soccer scholarship that equals 70 percent of a full grant-in-aid that consists of tuition and fees, room and board, and required textbooks on loan.  Cotroneo, a defensive star in the U. S. Soccer Development Academy out of Rochester, played one year of varsity soccer at Grand Island High School before moving on to the academy.  He is the son of Frank and Deidre Cotroneo and the signing took place at West Herr’s Ford Lincoln store on Millersport Highway in Amherst where Deidre works as a billing clerk.

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Essential Winter Fashion Accessories – Fur

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BRRRR… It’s Time For Fur

Snow isn’t just for winter sports… It’s time to sport your fur! If you are experiencing an uncannily warm winter and have given up on wearing your fur for the holidays, now is your chance! Fur trends have evolved from traditional coats, gloves, scarves and hats to the now-trending fur purse accessories, shoes, and purses. Dennis Basso, a renown designers, is best known for his luxurious fur coats and hand bags. Creations from the likes of Tadashi Shoji, Nicole Miller, Reem Acra, Carmen Marc Valvo, and Mongol, also shined brightly. Custo Barcelona and Veronica Beard created fun, hip-inspired fur pieces. Lest we forget, fur isn’t only for women. Landeros demonstrated several men’s pieces.

Photographed by the www.fashionmaniac team: Cheryl Gorski & Francis Son

Contributing Photographers

Michael Seely, Zeduce, Mike Coppola, Simon Gentry, Rudy K

 


Essential Winter Fashion Accessories – Hats

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Pom-Poms, bucket, page boy, wide-brimmed, beret, riding caps, fedora, aviator, and tall crown hats are fun to add to your winter look.

Photographed by the www.fashionmaniac.com team Cheryl Gorski, Francis Son & Ron Douglas

Contributing photographers: Jeffery Holmes, Michael Seely, Simon Gentry

 

 

 

 

 

 


Essential Winter Fashion Accessories – Scarves

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Floor- length, tube, hood, and wide-width scarves serve as a nice accent to your outfit.

Photographed by the www.fashionmaniac.com team Cheryl Gorski, Francis Son & Ron Douglas

Contributing photographers: Jeffery Holmes, Michael Seely, Simon Gentry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Essential Winter Fashion Accessories – Ties & Belts

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House of Byfield - ©2015 Äremis Studios. All rights reserved.90’s prints, cummerbund, bondage-style, bow ties, external corset, harnesses, chain-link, and waist chains are great statement pieces. Sergio Davila demonstrated a unique style trend by applying high-waisted casual belts over a suit.

Photographed by the www.fashionmaniac.com team Cheryl Gorski, Francis Son & Ron Douglas

Contributing photographers: Jeffery Holmes, Michael Seely, Simon Gentry

 

 

 

 

 




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