Concert Review: Selena Gomez Keeps Things Classy At Barclays Center Date Of ‘stars Dance Tour’

Justin Bieber’s Concert Doc ‘Believe’ Books Christmas Date

Selena Gomez may have seen stars when she fell off the stage at her concert in Fairfax, Va., Oct. 10. The 21-year-old singer was on a stop for her Stars Dance Tour when she took a tumble while singing “Slow Down,” reports Us Weekly . Dragongirl616 via YouTube But like a true professional, Gomez got up, dusted herself off and continued her show. She even shook a few fans hands on her way back to the stage. Dragongirl616 via YouTube While dancing Gomez fell off the stage onto a lower platform. While her drop off stage wasn’t intentional, the “Come and Get It” singer does plan to fall away from music after her tour wraps in November in order to turn her full attention towards acting. Dragongirl616 via YouTube Without skipping a beat, Gomez got up to continue the show. Gomez sat down to talk to The News in August about her latest movie “Getaway” and stated how in order to improve her acting craft she’d have to let the music go for a while. “The only way to get better is to just keep doing it,” she said. “That’s why I want to take a break (from music) I really want to be the best I can be.” Dragongirl616 via YouTube RELATED: SELENA GOMEZ DATING UNION J BAND MEMBER GEORGE SHELLEY: REPORT If there is any time for her to take a musical hiatus it would be now as she’s on the top of her game with a No. 1 album, which sold 97,000 copies in its first week and bumped Jay Z from the top spot of the Billboard 200 chart, and sold-out tour. “It was such a crazy feeling,” she said about the No.

Selena Gomez’s fans helped her get back on her feet.

Justin Bieber fans will get to spend Christmas Day with the performer if they so choose. our editor recommends PHOTOS: Justin Bieber’s ‘Believe’ Tour in Pictures And on each Monday prior to the release of Believe, a new Bieber song will be released exclusively through iTunes. Last week, Bieber’s “HeartBreaker” shot to No. 1 in nearly 70 countries. This week, “All That Matters” debuted to No. 1 in 58 countries. Believe is presented by SB Films and Dolphin Films and produced by Bieber, Scooter Braun, Usher Raymond, Bill O’Dowd and Garrett Grant. “I am so excited to be involved in this movie, and so happy to be able to give back to my fans, especially during the holiday season,” Bieber said. “Jon Chu and my team have done a wonderful job creating a special moment for Beliebers worldwide, and I can’t wait till Christmas Day when the movie will be in theaters everywhere.” PHOTOS: Justin Bieber by the Numbers: 18 Key Stats From His Music Empire and Beyond Added Braun, Bieber’s longtime manager: “It’s no secret that Justin Bieber’s name drives a lot of attention. But with Believe, we wanted him to tell his own story, truthfully and directly.” IM Global is representing international rights to the documentary. On Friday, Bieber unveiled the film’s first teaser on his official YouTube channel. Watch it here .

The Barclays Center concert was part of Gomez

Gomez’ first adult CD, “Stars Dance,” came out in July and opened at No. 1. Even so, Gomez began her Barclays display with two songs from her more doe-eyed past, “Bang Bang Bang” and “Round & Round. What followed didn’t stray too far into anything edgier or more evolved. James Keivom/New York Daily News The ‘Come & Get It’ singer’s staging wasn’t flashy. RELATED: SELENA GOMEZ DATING UNION J BAND MEMBER GEORGE SHELLEY: REPORT The Texas-born singer kept her patter chaste and her demeanor beamy. That dovetailed well with the crowd, who fell mainly in the low-teen range, accompanied by their doting parents. Gomez did stretch a bit in her choreography. The show featured lots of athletic dance moves, which she executed with rigid resolve. Eight dancers backed her. Even so, her staging wasn’t flashy. No one flew through the air and nothing exploded. Gomez’s vocals didn’t offer great heat either.

Concert of new, newer pieces to benefit from ‘park’ setting

Garden Theater

Lets try to combine forces with what the Short North Stage has going on. Short North Stage, a professional theater company, is performing the musical Sunday in the Park With George in the theater. The set reproduces the painting that inspired the musical: Georges Seurats A Sunday on La Grande Jatte 1884, depicting people in a Paris park. Were going to be sitting in the middle of the painting playing Schoenbergs Transfigured Night, which is written after a poem written by Richard Dehmel, which describes two lovers walking in (a) park, Niwa said. It is so perfect for this painting. . . . I am quite sure Schoenberg has never been played in the middle of the Seurat painting. The Short North Chamber Players include Niwa on violin; violinists Olev Viro and Ken Matsuda; and cellist Luis Biava, all members of the symphony. Other players in the chamber ensemble are violist Belinda Reuning Burge, a member of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, and cellist Michael Carrera, who teaches at Ohio University in Athens. Theyll also perform Spheres of Influence, written by Denison University composer Ching-chu Hu and introduced in June. Hus work considers how identity is influenced by those around us. In writing this piece, Im very cognizant of the influences on me, the music I love, the music I studied, Hu said. When he learned that the concert was being organized, Hu contacted Viro and noted that he had just written Spheres of Influence and that it happened to be for a string sextet. His piece was soon added to the program.