Archives: February 2008
02/12/08 Palm Beach Opera Announces Auditions
Palm Beach Opera OrchestraBruno Aprea, Artistic Director
Announces the following tenure-track vacancies:
02/01/08 Scholarships for Students AvailableSouth Florida Musicians Association and the Music Performance Fund are offering two $500 scholarships to graduating high school seniors and college undergraduates who will be majoring in Instrumental Music, Music Education, Composition, or Sound Recording / Industry Studies at an accredited college or university. Student must be actively involved in music, playing in school bands, community orchestras, etc.
- Date: Friday, February 15, 2008
- Time: 10:00 AM
- Location: Local 655 Offices, 5861 SW 21 St.
02/01/08 Member Benefits from Union Plus
Act Now If You Have An Adjustable Rate Mortgage
By Gerri Detweiler (Gerri Detweiler is a widely respected consumer educator and author who specializes in credit issues.)
Like millions of Americans, you may have an adjustable rate mortgage (ARM) that will change this year or next. Rising interest rates, taxes and insurance, along with a sluggish housing market in some parts of the country, have many people worried about keeping up with their payments.
Dealing with mortgage problems is very stressful. The longer you wait to find a solution, though, the greater the risk that you may lose your home.
02/01/08 Double Times
Fence Agreement with New World Symphony RenewedNegotiations for a successor fence agreement with the New World Symphony have concluded and language is being finalized. Some highlights of the new agreement include:
02/01/08 Industry and Local News
The Carnival Center is now the Adrienne Arsht Center. Arsht, former chairman of Totalbank, has pledged $30 million for naming rights. $13 million this year will be used to fund $4 million in programming and to pay off a loan. An additional $7 million will be donated next year, and the remaining $10 million in 2010. Arsht had previously worked with Center CEO Lawrence Wilker at the Kennedy Center. Carnival Center has agreed to relinquish naming rights for the center in return for a reduction in its pledged donation from $20 million to $10 million, as well as naming rights to the studio theater, the Art Deco tower, and the pedestrian bridge.