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  • n. A small festival, especially a small-scale exhibition of theatrical or film works


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  • The Aspen Concert Orchestra will present Prokofiev's "Scenes from 'Romeo and Juliet,' op. 64" with the Aspen Sante Fe Ballet as part of a Shakespeare minifestival.

    The Season in Classical and Jazz

  • But you can get a preview, just in time for Halloween, on Friday as BAMcinematek leads off a weekend minifestival of coming attractions from independent distributor IFC Films and its Sundance Selects imprint.

    Doom and Gloom, and the Cult

  • Local police bands held their own minifestival of sorts in Spoleto on Saturday, a nice proletarian moment amid all the high culture of the Festival of Two Worlds.

    Spoleto Italy: Music in the Streets - ArtsBeat Blog -

  • There's a free outdoor concert in Metro Square on March 24, while JunoFest brings a two-day minifestival celebrating homegrown talent in downtown clubs on March 25 and 26. - Home Page

  • As it has for the past few years, the festival closes with "One World Under One Roof," a free extravaganza that transforms the Cultural Center into a minifestival, with overlapping sets in three different halls inside the building.

    Chicago Reader

  • It's a little minifestival put on infrequently by the band Torturing Nurse.

    Chinalyst - China blogs in English

  • Chemically Imbalanced Comedy has launched "The Fall of Durang," a joint effort by several small troupes to present a minifestival of plays by controversial playwright Christopher

    Chicago Reader

  • A particular delight of the New York classical music season at its teeming height is the way seemingly unrelated events intersect to produce a spontaneous minifestival, or at least a theme.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Ms. Russell said he called her and that's when she got involved in creating a minifestival to give the Jazz Institute somewhere to culminate its program and to also honor Tatum's 100th birthday.



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