Transfers Real Madrid president Perez rules out Kane move: Spurs will want €250m for him! Harry Sherlock Last updated 2 years ago 16:53 10/24/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(12) Getty Images Transfers Real Madrid Harry Kane Tottenham Hotspur v Real Madrid Tottenham Hotspur UEFA Champions League Premier League Primera División The striker, in brilliant form for club and country, has been linked with the Spanish club, but their president has now rejected such reports Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has insisted that the club have no interest in signing Tottenham striker Harry Kane, whom he believes is valued at €250 million.The England international has been in stunning form for club and country throughout 2017, scoring 45 goals in 40 games.Spurs 21/10 to beat Real Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Such fine scoring exploits have led to links with Real, with reports in Spain claiming that Perez had initiated talks with Spurs following the 1-1 draw between the two clubs in the Champions League.However, Perez has now rubbished such suggestions and believes that it would take a world-record fee to extract him from Spurs.“Signing Harry Kane has not passed through my head. He is a great player and in addition he is young,” Perez told Cadena COPE.”He has many years to progress, but we are delighted with [Karim] Benzema and with all of the team.”I didn’t ask Tottenham’s president for the price because he would have told me that he is worth €250m.”Spurs play Real Madrid at Wembley next week, after a Carabao Cup tie against West Ham United and a Premier League clash with Manchester United.
Facebook Shaping songs and scores for screen-based stories requires more than talent. It demands collaboration, versatility and a keen sensitivity to subtle shifts in tone – in other words, a “fresh” vision that generates an “unconventional impact” on storytelling onscreen.We are excited to announce this year’s talented music creators in the Slaight Music Residency, who possess these skills in spades. On Monday, July 17, they will join residents in both the Cineplex Entertainment Film Program and the CBC Actors Conservatory. For the first time all of these three programs’ start dates align, which will enhance collaboration and further build our creative community.Since 2012, the Slaight Music Residency has inspired and launched 28 exceptional Canadian musical talents into our onscreen industry. Alumni of the Slaight Music Residency have achieved critical recognition and achievement awards, scoring more than 40 features, 18 TV series/docs and movies of the week. As Kathryn Emslie, Chief Programs Officer, CFC, noted at the recent Slaight Music Residency Showcase, this program’s alumni are “winning awards, traveling around the world, being seen as valued collaborators and professionals, and creating meaningful, exciting and commercial work.” Twitter Jonathan Kawchuk is an award-winning composer from Alberta. He has scored the feature films, Memento Mori (National Film Board of Canada), for which he was nominated for a 2017 Alberta Film and Television Award in the category of Best Original Musical Score (Non-fiction Over 30 Minutes), and Clara (Serendipity Point Films), as well as the Norwegian documentary web series, Fra Ungdommen, and a video feature for Vogue Italia. Kawchuk has experience writing internationally for multiple short films, theatre projects and sound installations. As a technician, he worked on albums for Nico Muhly and Ben Frost, and as an assistant sound tech for the Philip Glass Ensemble on Music in 12 Parts, in London. Kawchuk also is signed to Paper Bag Records as a recording artist. For his debut album, he lived and recorded in natural environments across Europe, North America and Asia. Kawchuk studied at multiple institutions and completed his Bachelor of Music, Honours, First Class, at the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts. In addition to his formal education, he has held a recording internship in Iceland, learned gamelan in Indonesia, and studied wildlife field recording in England under Chris Watson (Frozen Planet, Nova). Advertisement Lora Bidner is a Toronto-based singer-songwriter and film composer. She won 1st Prize, Best Original Score in the 2016 SOCAN Foundation Awards for Young Composers and Young Audio Visual Composers, for her original score written for the animated short, Missing. Bidner’s original song, “3,000 Volts,” was also nominated for Best Story Song in the 15th Annual Independent Music Awards, held in November 2016. Bidner is signed to New York-based publisher, Memory Lane Music Group. Her critically acclaimed nine-track 2015 album, To The North, touches on themes of human pathos, self-discovery and folklore. Hosting two sold-out album release parties in Ottawa and Toronto, To the North received radio play on CBC Radio One and attention from media outlets such as Exclaim!, Huffington Post, Ottawa Showbox and Apt 613. As a performing artist, Bidner has shared the stage with Juno-awarded/nominated artists, including SoCalled, Craig Cardiff, Justin Nozuka, Lynn Miles, Jim Bryson, Jill Barber, Danny Michel, Hannah Georgas and Dar Williams. Bidner completed her Bachelor of Music at Carleton University and a Masters in Music Technology and Digital Media at the University of Toronto. Advertisement Virginia Kilbertus is a composer for film, television and video games. She has worked with numerous prominent orchestras and ensembles in North America and Europe, including the Budapest Art Orchestra and Hilary Skewes studio orchestra at the renowned Air Studios in London, England. Kilbertus has scored multiple short films and video games by emerging filmmakers and game designers, and mentored with Canadian screen composer Rob Carli. Kilbertus has continued to work with Carli and Jim McGrath. Her credits include work on Darken, directed by Audrey Cummings, and Tulips, Love, Honour and a Bike, by Mike van Diem, as well as original scores for the shorts, Without Arms, Irse, Una Ultima Noche, and the Easy Trigger indie video game, Westernland: Dust to Dust. Kilbertus holds a Bachelor of Music in Composition from McGill University, where she graduated with a citation for Outstanding Achievement in Composition and was awarded the prestigious Helmut Blume Memorial Scholarship. She also holds a Master of Scoring for Film, Television, and Video Games from Berklee College of Music. Sarah Slean is a Juno- and Gemini-nominated songwriter and recording artist with a multifaceted career spanning more than two decades. Signed to Atlantic Records at 19 years old, she has since released 11 albums in more than 10 countries worldwide, toured North America, Europe and Scandinavia, and shared the stage with artists such as Rufus Wainwright, Bryan Ferry, Alanis Morrissette, Feist, Daniel Lanois and Andrew Bird. Slean is an accomplished composer, penning scores for all of her own albums, as well as other pop artists (e.g., Hayden, Trent Severn, Song for Africa), classical ensembles and dance companies. She has performed her songs and scores with renowned string quartets with orchestras in Canada and internationally (including on the TEDGlobal stage in Edinburgh). Her 2011 album, Land & Sea, featuring her scores for a 21-piece orchestra, was dubbed “a masterpiece” by The Montreal Gazette and an “awe-inspiring panorama of the mature poet and musician” by The Toronto Star. Classically trained since she was five years old, Slean routinely collaborates with cutting-edge contemporary classical ensembles like The Art of Time, and has been invited to sing world premieres by Canada’s award-winning composers, Christos Hatzis and Glenn Buhr. A voracious reader and lover of the arts, she has published two volumes of poetry, starred in short films and a Gemini Award-nominated movie musical, and held numerous exhibitions of her paintings. Her latest album,Metaphysics, was released in 2017.. Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Certainly, this incoming group is already well on their way. 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Commemorating the forty years long diplomatic ties between Korea and India, Spirit of Forms, an art exhibition is set out to feature acclaimed artists from both the countries. Curated by Minjoo lee and Kalicharan Gupta, the artistic melange will be on display, carrying paintings from twenty nine Korean and Indian artists from 4th May onwards.Entwining the essence of the art forms, the exhibition brings across the love and friendship between the people of the two nations. None of the artistic masterpieces is static; none a mere repitition of the already arrived at forms. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The message is clear; art is a journey, for art’s sake; artistics go on through the melee of crossroads and intersections without halting at stops. Its evident in the works of Jai Zharotia and Niren Sen Gupta, the participants in this event; while Jai delights us with apparitions of poetic strangeness every time he puts brush to canvas or paper, Niren revisits chapters of our own spiritual odyssey, giving peace an honoured place in his artistic ruminations. The cultural heritage of Korea coupled with ancient artistic traditions of India will be a treat to watch for the art lovers in the capital. DETAILTimings: 11 to 7pm, When: 4 May to 15 MayWhere: Dhoomimal Art Centre, Connaught Place
Get the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailMotorists using major roads across North Staffordshire face delays as a huge electrical transformer is transported through the area this morning. Delays and diversions are expected as the 184t Super Grid transformer makes its way from junction 16 of the M6 down the southbound carriageway. The load will then leave the motorway at junction 15 and travel along the A500 to Sideway Roundabout. Staffordshire Police said it will then travel along the A50 eastbound before turning onto the A520 in Meir before heading to Cellarhead. It will then turn left onto the A52 and then right onto Rownall Road and its final destination at Cellarhead Sub-Station. Read MoreTwo stabbed in early hours disturbance Drivers travelling in the area should expect delays as a result. The load left Ellesmere Port at 8.15am on Saturday morning and spent last night parked near junction 16 of the M6, according to Cheshire Police. LATEST REPORTED LOCATION (11.14)am: The load is now apparently on the A520, with delays reported on the road. Want to keep up to date with the latest traffic and travel news?Each day Stoke-on-Trent Live journalists bring you the latest news on the roads and railways across Stoke-on-Trent, North Staffordshire, South Cheshire and further afield to help keep you on the move. For the very latest updates on roads including the M6, A500, A50 and more, visit our dedicated traffic and travel news channel here. We also run a live news feed each weekday, which you can access on our website’s homepage from 7am to 9pm from Monday to Friday. And for more as-we-get-it updates on the roads across the region and beyond, join The Sentinel’s traffic and travel Facebook group here.
Posted by Share Monday, February 5, 2018 TORONTO — Ahead of the upcoming Travel MarketPlace Conference, ACTA will be providing a proctored venue for industry professionals to write their CTC and CTM exams.In Vancouver, the venue will be at the JW Marriott Hotel, Vancouver on March 1 from 10:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m.In Toronto, the venue will be at the Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto on May 22 from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.Pre-registration for the exam is mandatory. Laptop computers are required as the exam is online.For more information contact Christine Chilton, Director of Education, ACTA at firstname.lastname@example.org. Travelweek Group Tags: ACTA Here is where you can write CTC and CTM exams, says ACTA << Previous PostNext Post >>