September 28 2005 On Sunday October 2 2005

first_imgSeptember 28, 2005 On Sunday, October 2, 2005 at 3 pm Sonya Kumiko Lee will play works by Bach, Beethoven, Ginastera , Tchaikovsky and Chopin to celebrate the 24th annual Colly Concert at the Colly Soleri Music Center Amphitheater. This concert honors the memory of Cosanti Foundation Co-Founder Colly Woods Soleri who with Paolo Soleri founded the Cosanti Foundation. Colly was an avid supporter of art and cultural events during her lifetime and the tradition has continued through the Colly Soleri Music Center’s Concert Season which continues to bring excellent music to the high desert. Concert-goers may choose to follow a complimentary one hour tour at 11, 12, 1 or 2 and enjoy a gourmet luncheon between noon and 2 pm consisting of Roasted Red Pepper and Coconut Soup, Mixed Green Salad with Sweet Pecans, Blue Cheese, Pears and Arcosanti Peach Vinaigrette Dressing, Butternut Squash with Orange Cranberry Glaze, Broccoli Rabe with Roasted Garlic, Portobello Pizzas with Fresh Tomatoes and Goat Cheese, Flank steak on Greens with Mango and Pepper Sauces and Hazelnut Custard with Chocolate. Tickets are $30.00 for Luncheon and Concert , $15.00 for Concert Only, $7.50 Student Concert Only. Reservations are required. [Photo: Sonya-Kumiko Lee & text: Cosanti Foundation]last_img read more

Georgian media company JSC Global Contact Consulti

first_imgGeorgian media company JSC Global Contact Consulting has partnered with Eutelsat Communications to launch a new satellite broadcasting platform called Global TV.Global Contact Consulting is to launch its DTH service later this month, starting with four free-to-air channels before expanding to include a wider range of Georgian and international stations.It has signed a multi-year lease for capacity on the Eutelsat 36B satellite, which provides coverage to Georgia and its surrounding regions.“Satellite broadcasting in Georgia is poised to enter a new era and we look forward to building a longstanding relationship with our new partner,” said Eutelsat’s chief commercial officer Jean-François Leprince-Ringuet, adding that Eutelsat’s 36B satellite offers “strong opportunities for continued growth.”last_img read more