Gerald Carpenter: Music Academy launches bedroom nights | Culture & Leisure

The Academy of Music has launched a new series of performances called Chamber Nights, with each concert the culmination of what the Academy of Music describes as a “new chamber music program pairing fellows with Academy artists to intensive coaching, resulting in five unique evening concerts. Each event features Fellows in a curated program of … Read more

Gerald Carpenter: the festival orchestra rises again | Culture & Leisure

During the first week and a half of the Academy of Music’s 75th Anniversary Summer Festival, the focus was almost exclusively on the Fellows as individual solo artists, performing in masterclasses and in the music competition. solo piano. Now, at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 25, at the Santa Barbara Bowl, we will witness the … Read more

Ventura Land Trust Hosts Outdoor Painting Workshop | Culture & Leisure

Posted on June 23, 2022 | 5:39 p.m. Harmon Canyon Preserve will provide inspiration for new and experienced artists “Three Hills”, an outdoor painting by Debra Holladay (Debra Holladay) Ventura Land Trust will present an outdoor painting workshop, at 8 a.m. on Saturday, July 9 at Harmon Canyon Preserve. California-based artists Debra Holladay, Laura Wambsgans, … Read more

CAPA’s 104th concert season — past, present and future | Culture & Leisure

Posted on June 13, 2022 | 9:30 a.m. Tickets on sale for the International and Masterpiece series Maestro Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra come to the Granada Theater on January 25. (Todd Rosenberg) CAMA (Community Arts Music Association of Santa Barbara) announced its 104th concert season, featuring orchestral performances in the CAMA International … Read more

artists capturing images of California Missions Trail | Culture & Leisure

Posted on June 7, 2022 | 6:51 p.m. Outdoor artists painting landscapes between the three Santa Barbara County missions “Cliffs at Sunrise,” a painting by Margaret Ricks, received top honors at The California Missions Trail juried art exhibition from Carpinteria to Guadalupe. (Margaret Ricks) This spring, artists from Southern California Artists Painting for the Environment … Read more

Death Cab for Cutie arrives at the Santa Barbara Bowl | Culture & Leisure

Posted on June 6, 2022 | 2:02 p.m. Death Cab for Cutie, an eight-time Grammy-nominated rock band, will perform at the Santa Barbara Bowl on October 19 as part of their fall tour. The support of the show will be Yo La Tengo. Tickets are on sale now at Death Cab for Cutie returns … Read more

Gerald Carpenter: Ensemble Theater consults a “detective” | Culture & Leisure

Daniel Gerroll Matthew Floyd Miller The Ensemble Theater Company (ETC) presents a new production of Anthony Shaffer’s Tony Award-winning play ‘Sleuth (1970)’ June 9-26. Directed by Jenny Sullivan, with sets by Fred Kinney, lighting by Jared A. Sayeg, costumes by Dianne K. Graebner, and sound by Randall Robert Tico, “Sleuth” stars Daniel Gerroll and Matthew … Read more

5 workout trends to keep you on track

5 workout trends to keep you on track

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) — Regular physical activity is one of the most important things you can do for your health. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), everyone can experience the health benefits of physical activity regardless of age, abilities, ethnicity, shape and size. Some benefits of physical activity include: brain health, … Read more

Freelance Fitness Instructors’ New Best Friend: Meet OnPodio

Freelance Fitness Instructors' New Best Friend: Meet OnPodio

getty According to the BLS, the global fitness industry was worth $87 billion dollars (USD) in 2019. There were about 373,000 fitness trainers and aerobic instructors in the US. Fitness clubs and centers were busy and actively growing. There were, according to Statistica, 174 million fitness club members around the world. But that was then. … Read more