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» On Deck with Young Musicians

Each Saturday at 5 All Classical Portland celebrates what’s next in our community, with profiles of young musicians and explorations of musical opportunities for young people in the northwest.

If you know of a young musician who should be profiled On Deck, email Christa Wessel at christa@allclassical.org

Support for On Deck comes from our members. Additional support comes from Metropolitan Youth Symphony

July 14, 2018

Brendan Brewer is a 16 year old pianist from McMinnville who studies with Michael Allen Harrison, and recently performed in the Ten Grands concert at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall. As talented a pianist as he is, Brendan is principally interested in pursuing a career as a composer. We’ll get to know Brendan -and hear…

June 23, 2018

17-year oldCameron Masseyjust completed his junior year at West Linn High School, and he loves to sing. Heis participating in theVoxNW Young Artist Programthissummer, andwill be performing in their final concert on June 30th. Beyond music, Cameron also has a passion for broadcast journalism. In this episode of “On Deck,”Christa talksat lengthwith Cameronabouthis interest inpolitics,…

June 16, 2018

Lily Mozipo’s parents immigrated from Cameroon. When Lily -who is 17- started singing, she was the first in her family to venture into classical music. In this episode of “On Deck” we’ll talk with Lily about how proud she is of her Cameroonian heritage, and about how she found a life in music.

June 9, 2018

Emmanuel-Paul (“E-Paul”) Chan is an 18-year old flutist who believes that music brings him closer to his God. In his words, “music has allowed me to soar and has taken me to a place where anything is possible.” He feels strongly that music is a way to bring people together and “share profound communion.” We’ll…

May 26, 2018

18-year old high school senior Christopher Yoon is a triple-threat: he plays piano, cello he sings in his high school choir. As a pianist, he recently won a spot on next week’s Vancouver Symphony Orchestra Young Artist Concert (June 2nd 3rd)… but that triumph wasn’t easily won. We’ll hear Christopher talk about the…

May 5, 2018

Maddy Smith is an 18-year old mezzo-soprano, and a senior at Jesuit High School. She is one of the winners of a spot on this year’s MetroArts Young Artist Debut concert. Maddy wants to pursue a career in music AND human rights; we’ll talk to her about the formative moments which brought her to that…

Khawj says it will be much easier now to get permits to shoot feature-length movies. "They permit people to shoot stuff for YouTube, for TV, but not movies," he says. "So we were the first to get a permit to shoot a feature film in 2016. That's what they told us in the ministry."

And there will be less chance of being harassed by religious police angry over males and females on set in this highly segregated country. "If a police officer pulls up and you're shooting a film," Khawj says, "film kind of used to have a negative connotation."

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Filmmaker Abdulrahman Khawj, 30, founder of the Cinepoetics Production Company, talks on the phone in his office in Jeddah. "I no longer want to flee the country and go to New York," he says. "Here we're doing something very new."

Filmmaker Abdulrahman Khawj, 30, founder of the Cinepoetics Production Company, talks on the phone in his office in Jeddah. "I no longer want to flee the country and go to New York," he says. "Here we're doing something very new."

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It's always been particularly nerve-wracking auditioning females for movie roles. Khawj has had to deal with angry fathers and brothers and was once hauled into the police, accused of solicitation.

"I walked out of there and sat in my car and almost cried," he recalls, "because what we do is already hard as it is and then having all this pressure and having every little move you do criminalized."

Hard-line clerics banned Saudi cinemas in the early 1980s, after the government took an ultra-conservative turn following a 1979 siege of the Grand Mosque in Mecca by Saudi religious extremists. Allowing movie theaters to operate again is part of a drive by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to modernize the country. That drive includes allowing women to drive and creating more business opportunities and jobs, especially for young people. Most Saudis are under 30 years old.

Khawj says Saudis love entertainment and have flocked to neighboring Dubai or Bahrain for concerts or movies. Lifting the prohibition on cinemas could encourage Saudis to spend their money at home. The government wants to open some 350 theaters by 2030, and hopes to turn Saudi Arabia into a regional hub for movie-making.

The government may say now that it's all right to make commercial movies, but it's still a tough business — especially for female filmmakers.

On a weekend earlier this month, a crew including a female director, producers and assistant directors was shooting a short film on the roof of a Jeddah apartment building. The large umbrellas set up to control the lighting and provide shade did little to keep the 95-degree heat and dust at bay.

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A crew led by a female director shoots a short film on the roof of a Jeddah apartment building.

A crew led by a female director shoots a short film on the roof of a Jeddah apartment building.

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Reem Almodian, 22, is a regular member of the crew on film shoots. Petite and fine-boned, and wearing an abaya and dark blue headscarf, Almodian says her dream was to perform on Broadway or in front of a camera.

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Verification is the final step in the ACE-V methodology. Although verification is not technically part of the identification process, it serves as a form of peer review, ensuring reliable and accurate results [ 15 ]. All individualizations made by a fingerprint expert are verified, through an independent examination of the identified prints, by a second qualified latent print examiner as a quality assurance mechanism. Verification of exclusion or inconclusive decisions also can be performed but is not required by SWGFAST. Blind verification which is a rigorous type of pear review is being used by FBI, in which the evaluation decision made by the original finger analyst is not disclosed to the verifying examiner. For fingerprints to be used as a means of individualization there are two basic premises which also form the basics of friction ridge identification process [ 15 ]. These premises concern the individuality and persistency of the friction skin, which have been scientifically validated over time through academic research and the work of experts in the field of fingerprints.

Individuality refers to the fact that fingerprints are unique; no two areas of friction ridge skin are the same, not even on identical twins. The basis for this statement rests in human embryology and genetics, beginning during fetal development. The physiology of friction ridge skin begins with the development of the volar pads, which are protuberances of tissue that begin to form on the tips of the fingers at about the eighth week of gestation. The degree of complexity of the volar pads (their size, shape, and location on the finger) greatly influences ridge flow or level 1 detail [ 15 ]. These volar pads regress or area absorbed back into the finger at about the tenth or eleventh week of gestation, when friction ridges begin to form. Primary ridges develop first, followed by secondary ridge development or the occurrence of furrows between the papillary ridges. Random development of friction ridges and their level 2 and level 3 details, results from the infinite number of environmental factors, even though most of these activities have a genetic component [ 15 ]. The end result of these genetic and environmental variances during friction ridge formation is complete biological uniqueness, down to the structure of a single ridge.

By Chelsea Gohd, Space.com Staff Writer |
This is an artist's illustration of NASA's Cassini spacecraft diving into Saturn's atmosphere on Sept 15, 2017. NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory received an Emmy nomination for its coverage of Cassini's Grand Finale plunge.
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The Academy of Television Arts Sciences has nominated NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) for an Emmy in the Outstanding Original Interactive Program category for the way it communicated and publicized Cassini's spectacular "Grand Finale" at Saturn. On Sept. 15, 2017, after almost 20 years in space and 13 years in the Saturn system, the Cassini orbiter began plummeting toward the planet in an epic, final dive.

Cassini's ending dive took the spacecraft between the planet and its rings . Live footage showed Cassini's plunge into the planet's atmosphere, and the spacecraft continued to send data back to Earth until its last moments. [ Cassini's 'Grand Finale' at Saturn: NASA's Plan in Pictures ]

One of the last images of Saturn taken by the Cassini spacecraft in September 2017. NASA JPL received an Emmy nomination for the spectacular footage and coverage of Cassini's final journey.

Aside from live coverage , JPL staff communicated the magnitude of this journey in an expansive campaign. They brought the public on Cassini's journey using posts and live videos on social media platforms; the mission's website ; television broadcasts; 360-degree videos (including NASA's first 360-degree livestream of a mission event inside JPL mission control); education and press materials; illustrations and artistic renderings of the plunge; acetate floral necklace Red Marni GPidM8m0m
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from Cassini's journey led to this surprising nomination: NASA mission coverage isn't typically first in line for awards like this, but Cassini brought Saturn to Earth in an unprecedented way. The mission highlighted Saturn's beauty and revealed details about the origin and composition of the planet, its rings and its 60 moons.

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Chelsea Gohd joined Space.com as an intern in the summer of 2018. After receiving a B.S. in Public Health, she worked as a science communicator at the American Museum of Natural History. Chelsea has written for publications including Futurism, Jungles in Paris, Outer Places, All That is Interesting, AMNH Microbe Mondays blog, The Daily Targum and Roaring Earth. When not writing, reading or following the latest science discoveries, Chelsea is writing music, singing, playing guitar and performing with her band . You can follow her on Twitter .

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