For the first time, see the Brevard Symphony Orchestra and Classic Albums Live musicians perform live on the King Center stage together! June 1 marks the 50th Anniversary of the Beatles’ “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” album release. This special concert will pay tribute to the Beatles and celebrate one of the most iconic albums in the history of rock and roll, on the actual date the album was released 50 years ago!

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The Moonshot Innovation Series: Prototype Edition is the first of several “Moonshot” initiatives made possible by a new partnership between the Economic Development Commission of Florida’s Space Coast and Groundswell Startups. The 8-week, free incubation program supports startups with a disruptive hardware or software product. Deadline to apply is June 23rd. Applicants must have an existing prototype of some kind. This opportunity is free and open to the public.

 

The universe's "most interesting star" just started acting up again.

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band turns 50 next week — so what's been done to celebrate one of the greatest records ever? They've remixed the entire album! The word "remix," in fact, may not capture the scope of the project — it's more like someone rebuilt a pyramid with fresh bricks. But a question remains: Why would anyone do so? I traveled to New York to meet Giles Martin, who spearheaded the project, to find that out.

We had a great Live In Studio Session with Ken Holt and Who I Am.  If  you missed the airing, you can hear the podcast below:

A keyboard duet can be anything from two kids picking out "Chopsticks" on an old upright piano to the cathedral-filling two-organ concerti of Antonio Soler.

We'll have a selection of music for four hands this week - some of it meant for the concert hall, some for the parlor; some of it virtuosic recital material, some mostly for fun.

And we'll leave the "Chopsticks" behind, thank you very much.

Of course it's a story about death and Seattle music.

I woke up this morning after bad dreams last night, only to find the real nightmare — that Chris Cornell of Soundgarden was dead. As with all these losses it seems surreal, untrue, unimaginable. But there it is.

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July 10-15

Marine Science and Coastal Engineering Camp

Each day the campers are involved in hands-on activities and field trips to help them learn about the many aspects of marine and environmental science. Activities may include: measuring water quality in the Indian River Lagoon, examining shoreline processes and beach erosion and studying the effects of pollution on the marine environment.

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Ages 10-18

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