The Beat from Troy Music Hall #63, Don’t Throw Away Your Shot
Get the facts. Get the Vax
.This week, The Beat provides some fun and some facts regarding all the different vaccinations that are available to us. Have you scheduled your appointment yet? Find out if you are eligible and where you can go to be vaccinated at the state’s website. Click here for all the information and get your appointment today!
Boomers Got the Vax!
Saturday Night Live sings about the Baby Boomers getting vaccinated!
Dolly Encourages You to Get the Shot!
Dolly Parton is a national treasure! She has her own Foundation, gives away a million children’s books a month with her Imagination Library, and recently donated money to help with the development of a Covid vaccine, which helped bring the Moderna shot to the world. Here she encourages all of us to get the shot, even changing the words from one of her biggest hits, “Jolene” to “Vaccine, Vaccine, Vaccine!”
Vaccines Interview for a Job
Late Night with Seth Meyers writer Jeff Wright illustrates the pros and cons of each coronavirus vaccine in development as the vaccines line-up to vie for the job of protecting the nation.
So You Got the Shot, Now What?
The CDC put together this video to provide insight into what you can expect after you get the shot. The New York Times tries to help you figure out what sort of things you can safely do with the article: What Can You Do Once You’re Vaccinated?
You will want to save that vaccination card; it may be useful in the near future. The Times Union brings us good news for that: Here’s where you can get your COVID-19 vaccination card laminated for free
Comparing Vaccine Rates
Vox illustrates what a vaccine’s “efficacy rate” actually means, and you may be surprised to find out it’s not what you think.
Who Would You Like to See at the Hall?
Caamp and Leon Bridges are two artists the staff would love to bring to the Music Hall. Who would you like to see?
Women of Legend, Fantasy and Lore
The late, legendary Jessye Norman performs the iconic “Seguidilla” from Bizet’s “Carmen” as part of “Women of Legend, Fantasy and Lore,” an evening of arias portraying operatic heroines led by conductor Dame Jane Glover and the Orchestra of St. Luke’s.
Upcoming Streaming Performance!
Featuring music by Hoover, Chaminade, Higdon, and Flutronix for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and horn. A portion of the proceeds will support the Music Hall! Click here for more information.
The Cadbury Bunny
This commercial confused a whole generation! Bunnies don’t lay eggs, right?
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