Even before Prince opened the 32nd Montreal International Jazz Festival on Friday night, the streets were buzzing with music
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After graduating from Amherst College in 2009, Olivia Katrandjian moved to Bangkok, Thailand and traveled through Vietnam, Laos, China, Hong Kong, and South Korea while writing a travel column for <em>The Bergen Record</em>. Olivia then joined the Armenian Volunteer Corps and moved to Yerevan, Armenia, where she worked as a journalist for the Civilitas Foundation and wrote for <em>The Los Angeles Times</em> and <em> PBS Frontline</em>. <br> <br> Olivia now works as a reporter for <a href="http://retroreport.org" rel="nofollow">Retro Report</a>, a non-profit documentary news company in New York, and is writing her first book. <br> <br> To see more of her writing, go to <a href="http://www.oliviakatrandjian.com" rel="nofollow">www.oliviakatrandjian.com</a>.
When the Brazilian singer, songwriter and guitarist Milton Nascimento walked onto the stage of Théâtre Maisonneuve to perform at the 32nd Montreal International Jazz Festival, he didn't have to warm up the crowd. The people wanted Milton.
06/28/2011 04:18 EDT
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