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first_imgThe New York Pops orchestra will welcome a host of Broadway stars—including two-time Tony winner Sutton Foster, four-time Tony nominee and The Bridges of Madison County’s Kelli O’Hara, Tony nominee Matthew Morrison and Ryan Silverman—into the 32nd season of the company’s Carnegie Hall series, led by music director Steven Reineke. The Pops orchestra season will feature five concerts in total, kicking off on October 24. Ryan Silverman View Comments Audra McDonald Kelli O’Hara Sutton Fostercenter_img Matthew Morrison Star Files Among the seasonal features are All You Need is Love: The Music of The Beatles, a celebration of the iconic band featuring Finnish a cappella ensemble Rajaton; Kelli and Matthew: Home for the Holidays, a festive holiday concert featuring South Pacific and The Light in the Piazza co-stars Kelli O’Hara and Matthew Morrison; a solo evening with Violet star Sutton Foster; and Let’s Be Frank, a tribute to Ol’ Blue Eyes featuring Chicago vet Ryan Silverman, Tony DeSare, Storm Large and Frankie Moreno. Other season highlights will include a Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage concert by five-time Tony Award winner Audra McDonald. The December 12 performance will feature classic songs from musical theater and film, along with pieces written for her by leading songwriters. Last year’s New York Pops season included performances from Broadway veterans Montego Glover, Ashley Brown, Bullets Over Broadway’s Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley. View All (5)last_img read more

first_img SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020 StumbleUpon Related Articles Submit MansionBet adds Bristol City to sponsorship portfolio August 20, 2020 Alberto Alfieri: Leading the way for Gamingtec’s B2C growth August 25, 2020 Share Tottenham Hotspur has announced a multi-year extension to its partnership with William Hill, after the betting and gaming firm become the club’s official betting partner for Europe at the start of the 2016/17 season.The fresh deal is to see William Hill continue to have a presence across the clubs growing digital channels, and LED perimeter advertising boards at the club’s new home.In addition fans will also be able to place bets on the William Hill App and mobile betting site via the stadium’s WiFi.Fran Jones, Head of Partnerships at Tottenham Hotspur, said: “This new agreement reinforces William Hill’s commitment to the Club and the borough of Haringey and we look forward to continuing our partnership as we approach our move back to Tottenham and our new stadium.”William Hill, whose head office is London based, has also invested in various community projects that have been delivered by the Club’s charitable body, the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation, since the start of the partnership in 2016.Once aspect of this, that has taken place over the course of the last two years, has seen the firm invest a six-figure sum to fund the Tottenham Hotspur Elevator Programme, which has since helped young people in Haringey find employment.  Work of this nature is to continue as part of the new agreement, in part through William Hill’s Close to HOME campaign, which seeks to make a positive contribution to the local community. Ulrik Bengtsson, Chief Digital Officer at William Hill, said: “We are delighted to extend our partnership with Tottenham Hotspur. We have built strong ties with the club, staff and the fans over the past two seasons and we are excited to grow our relationship as the Club enters a significant chapter in their history with the move into their new stadium.” Sharelast_img read more

first_imgThe bullpen the Dodgers started last season with was not the same as the one that finished the season. Veteran Joe Blanton emerged as the main setup man. Grant Dayton started the season in Double-A but finished it as Dave Roberts’ top left-handed option. The one constant through it all was Kenley Jansen, who solidified his standing as one of baseball’s best closers by converting a career-high 47 saves and posting a 1.83 ERA and 0.67 WHIP (the lowest for any pitcher who threw more than 60 innings last season) then adding a stellar postseason. The Dodgers relied on their bullpen as much as any contender in baseball last year (thanks to an injury-riddled starting rotation that made five-inning starts the norm). Roberts made a major-league record 606 pitching changes.HOW IT LOOKS RIGHT NOWThe Dodgers took a surprising step toward building a strong bullpen again when they got Jansen to sign a five-year, $80 million contract. Jansen nearly left for Washington (or Miami) as a free agent. With their closer in place, the Dodgers still have some work to do to finish assembling next year’s parts. Blanton is currently an unsigned free agent. But Dayton, Pedro Baez, Josh Fields, Chris Hatcher and Luis Avilan all return and Vidal Nuno was added in a trade with the Mariners. And the front office will no doubt continue its opportunistic approach to collecting bullpen options with other unsigned free agents (see below).THE NEXT LAYER Spillover from the Dodgers’ starting pitch depth could find its way into the relief corps (Alex Wood, Ross Stripling or forgotten man Carlos Frias, for example). In the minors, the Dodgers’ system is well-stocked with starting pitching prospects. Some of them (like Chase De Jong or Trevor Oaks) could surface in relief roles if circumstances warrant. Minor-league relievers Josh Ravin and Jacob Rhame could find their way to Los Angeles from Oklahoma City at some point.MOVES THEY COULD MAKEBlanton still remains a solid candidate to return. He was better than you probably realize last season (a 2.48 ERA and 1.01 WHIP in a team-high 75 appearances). A variety pack of veteran relievers remain on the free-agent market along with Blanton – Sergio Romo, Joe Smith, David Hernandez, Tommy Hunter, Fernando Salas, Jerry Blevins, etc. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img As the Dodgers get closer to the first workout of spring training on Feb. 16, we are providing a breakdown of how they stand with their roster. Today, the bullpen:2016 RECAPlast_img read more