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Ebb & Flow Arts will present Sarn Oliver and Friends, a free program of string quartets by Samuel Barber, Claude Debussy and Henri Dutilleux, on Sunday, July 19, at 5 p.m. at Aʻali’ikuhonua Creative Arts Center at Seabury Hall above Makawao.

Following the success of last year’s successful free concert, guitar virtuosos will return to the University of Hawaiʻi Maui College ʻIke Leʻa auditorium on Friday, July 10, at 3 p.m. to spotlight opportunities to study music and inspire the next generation of musicians.

Maui Mall in Kahului is offering a schedule of entertainment throughout the month of July.

Wondering what to do this weekend? Maui Now has compiled a chronological listing of some of the island’s best events scheduled from Thursday through Sunday, July 2 through 5.

Jim Jefferies, with his unique no-holds-barred stand-up that has sold out theaters worldwide, brings his irreverent and critically-acclaimed stand-up act to the Maui Arts & Cultural Center on Thursday, July 9.

Michelle Branch will perform in the Maui Arts & Cultural Centers Castle Theater on Thursday, July 2, beginning at 7:30 p.m.

MUSIC NEWS

NME magazineNME magazine, for decades Britain's authoritative voice on guitar music, announced Monday that it will be free of charge from September after circulation dropped below 15,000. Launched in 1952 as the New Musical Express, the £2.50 (3.5-euro, $3.9) weekly said it would be printing 300,000 copies to distribute in stations, universities and shops. Editor Mike Williams said he "couldn't be more excited" about the "next phase of our evolution".


US actor Will Smith (R) and his son Jaden Smith (L).Will Smith appeared on his son Jaden's Beats 1 radio show that's new on Apple Music and revealed that he is at work on new tunes with the rapper Drake.


VATICAN CITY (AP) — Benedict XVI, emeritus pope and theologian, reflected on Saturday on classical music as an "encounter with the divine," saying listening to Mozart helps him experience "very deeply the Lord's presence."

Fom left to right, spectators Mary Ann Rollings, Gloria Kelley, Linda Stacey and Eileen Bitter pose for a photo before rehearsal for the annual Boston Pops orchestra Fourth of July concert on the Esplanade in Boston, Friday, July 3, 2015. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)As the nation gears up to celebrate America's birthday, here are some Fourth of July highlights from around the country:


Mark Ronson's "Uptown Funk" featuring Bruno Mars is a trans-Atlantic hit.The British Phonographic Industry (BPI) revealed in its mid-year report that streams are up 80 percent -- a trend it expects will be bolstered further with Apple Music's entry into the market. Leading streams was Mark Ronson's "Uptown Funk!," which has been played 45 million times via audio streaming this year. Both audio and video streaming showed considerable growth: 2015 has seen 12.5 billion video streams, for a year-on-year increase of 98 percent.


WHAT'S PLAYING / COMING UP

Paula Abdul - Forever Your Girl
Journey - Lights
Michael Jackson & Justin Timberlake - Love Never Felt So Good
Heart - What About Love
Elton John - Can You Feel The Love Tonight
Maroon5 - This Love
Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine - The Rhythm Is Gonna Get You
98 Degrees - Hardest Thing
OneRepublic - Counting Stars
Santana f/Michelle Branch - The Game Of Love

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