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GUANAJUATO, Mexico — I joked with Riccardo Muti after the concert here Monday night that if he had won one more award before the Chicago Symphony Orchestraconcludes its tour on Wednesday, the CSO will have to add another trunk to its 15 tons of...
Tags: Entertainment, Maria Callas, Music, Mexico City, Music Industry
GUANAJUATO — The Old World charm is palpable almost the minute you arrive in this 16th Century Spanish colonial city tucked in the mountains of central Mexico. Sunday, warm and clear, was a free day for the musicians of the Chicago Symphony...
NEW YORK — While much of the nation was focused on the first presidential debate Wednesday night, there was no debate among Manhattan's classical music cognoscenti over who the most prestigious musical visitors of the week were, and are. In fact,...
Hartford CourantInternational classical musical vocalist and gospel singer Jubilant Sykes will star in the world premiere of Daniel Beaty's "Breath and Imagination: The Story of Roland Hayes." The classically trained baritone performed opera, jazz and spirituals...
The Melvins Lite Wed., Oct. 3, 9 p.m. Toad's Place, 300 York St., New Haven. (203) 624-8623, toadsplace.com. $18, $15/advance. with Tweak Bird. There's nothing "lite" about the Melvins Lite lineup playing at Toad's Place this Wednesday night. It's...
O'Bleness Health ATHENS, Ohio — Greg Long, a 1977 graduate of Boonsboro High School, chief operating officer at Doctors Hospital Nelsonville, recently accepted the position of president and chief executive officer at O’Bleness Health...
Undeterred by drenching rains, a crowd of several thousand began milling around the Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park hours before the start of the free Chicago Symphony Orchestraconcert Friday evening. Nobody knew at the time, of course, that...
No sooner had a weeklong strike by Chicago public school teachers been settled than a walkout by musicians of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra over the weekend again focused national attention on labor matters in the city. The strike resulted in the...
Hartford CourantIt’s no secret how more I greatly admire Gabriel Kahane’s terrific score to his new musical “February House” when its had its world premiere earlier this year at New Haven’s Long Wharf Theatre. It subsequently had a run at...
As long as I can remember my dad regaled us with stories of his high school athletic days with the Greenville (Mich.) Yellow Jackets. My dad says he was known as "The Greenville Flash" because of his lightning speed in track. Most of all, though, my...
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You would never guess the economy is still struggling, given the quantity, quality and diversity of classical music events being offered in the Chicago area between now and the end of the year. Following are 10 major classical events you won't want to...
Guest artist Michael Powell, tenor trombonist of the American Brass Quintet since 1983, will appear in concertwith the WSU Symphony Orchestra on Thursday, September 20, at 7:30pm, in Miller Concert Hall. The orchestra’s inaugural performance of the...
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