You want it to be loud, exciting and sort of create the pressure, increase the excitement for the team. Its not a great room for listening, Wetzel said. If you want to have intelligible sound, the sound quality wouldnt be great. You could keep turning it up, but its not going to be great. Nigel Agboh, president of the SCC and a senior in the College of Technology, said although the SCC might not be able to bring artists that sell out 50,000 seat venues, that doesnt necessarily mean that Purdue doesnt attract artists of a certain stature. Unfortunately, we do miss out on some of the big names because of that … but that doesnt mean we cant have some the big names out there, Agboh said. We got Lady Gaga and Kid Cudi in the past (and) Macklemore and Lupe Fiasco, all big names that have gone out to do big things. Agboh said the Purdue community understands the circumstances surrounding venue space and attracting young, budding artists, but they still appreciate the performers brought to campus. Honestly, Im kind of impressed with Purdues campus because I feel like they all kind of understand that we cant necessarily get the big names. You hear a few things, Why cant (we) use Mackey? Why cant we use RossAde? But I kind of like that we get the young, budding artists because that reflects the nature of Purdue. Were trying to go after the next best thing, get things early before they blow …
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(5) Justin Bieber; $1,237,129; $80.67. 6. (6) Dave Matthews Band; $1,138,232; $57.56. 7. (7) Jason Aldean; $1,084,344; $47.22. 8. (8) Bruno Mars; $1,029,185; $70.03. 9. (New) “Honda Civic Tour” / Maroon 5 / Kelly Clarkson; $895,674; $47.71. 10. (9) Michael Buble; $887,667; $82.24. 11. (11) New Kids On The Block; $709,942; $59.64.
He said it proved that AEG wanted to control the doctor. AEG Live attorney Marvin Putnam told jurors that Jackson insisted on hiring Murray despite objections from AEG Live. The company told Jackson there were great doctors in London, where his concerts would be held, but the singer insisted, Putnam said. “It was his money and he certainly wasn’t going to take no for an answer,” he said. AEG attorneys showed the jury excerpts from the documentary film about the failed Jackson comeback, This Is It, to demonstrate that Jackson appeared in top form just 12 hours before he died. “AEG Live did not have a crystal ball,” Putnam said. “Dr. Murray and Mr. Jackson fooled everyone. They want to blame AEG for something no one saw.” He contended AEG would have pulled the plug on the concerts had it been aware Jackson was receiving the powerful drug. “AEG would have never agreed to finance this tour if they knew Mr. Jackson was playing Russian roulette in his bedroom every night,” Putnam told jurors. Panish said AEG should pay $85 million in personal damages to each of Michael Jackson’s three children, and $35 million to the singer’s mother.
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(But) with very limited rehearsal time, we managed to extract a lot from the piece and give a powerful and expressive performance,” Rosenmeyer said. “I am sure this will be similar, except with a completely different repertoire. This time we will have the energy of the Gloria, the sublime transcendence of the Ave Verum, the mercurial Credo with its operatic middle part and the always fun and humorous Haydn. And all this under 30 minutes,” he added. Rosenmeyer, who is in his ninth season with the Oratorio Society of New York , made his Carnegie Hall debut in 2007, leading the ensemble in Stravinsky’s Mass. A member of the conducting staff of Mannes College /The New School for Music , he also is the music director of the women’s chamber vocal ensemble Amuse, the Choral Arts Society and the University Singers at New York University . In addition, he is a conductor and vocal coach with the International Vocal Arts Institute in Tel Aviv. Born in Argentina, Rosenmeyer grew up in Israel, where he began his musical studies. After a time, he returned to Buenos Aires to study further, and then at Mannes College, where he received a master’s degree. The Fairfield-based FCC is celebrating its 51st season; with more than 100 members, the chorale’s repertoire ranges from the classics to commissioned works and world premieres. The New Haven Symphony Orchestra is America’s fourth oldest, giving its first concert in 1895.