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ReporterRoanoke, Va. After 26 years, the Roanoke College Children’s Choir will soon change its name. For more than a quarter century, their voices have been heard all over the world. They've performed at places such as Carnegie Hall and at Canterbury...
South Bend TribuneThe St. Joseph Valley Chapter of the American Guild of Organists (AGO) had an organ performance competition at First Presbyterian Church in early March. It was the first stage in the AGO/Quimby Regional Competitions for Young Organists. The two...
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Reuters* Angelique Kidjo wins for live shows, political commitment * Young Zimbabwean band Mokoomba best Newcomer By Angus MacSwan LONDON, April 26 (Reuters) - African diva Angelique Kidjo was named Best Artist in Songlines magazine's annual world music...
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He still performs the original words. When Arlo Guthrie was a boy, he sat in the backyard with the guitar he'd gotten for his fifth birthday and listened as his father taught him the end of "This Land Is Your Land" — the lyrics, cut in many...
You're shopping for a new guitar, but you don't want to buy something off the rack at Guitar Center. Or there's a budding harpist in your house, but unloading $4,000 for a new instrument isn't an option. Look no further than the state of Connecticut,...
L.A. NOWLugging picket signs and instrument cases in front of the concert hall where they perform, musicians from San Francisco's acclaimed symphony orchestra went on strike Wednesday, causing the cancellation of at least one performance and throwing an East...
As a violinist who calls himself the "Viagra of classical music" and "Edward Violinhands," the South Korean virtuoso Amadeus Leopold is every bit as humble as his onstage performance is subtle. Which is to say, not at all. When Leopold comes bounding...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgThey’ve been called “Angels in Harlem.” And it’s a pretty appropriate tag. Using their heavenly, note-blending voices, members of the Harlem Gospel Choir lift the spirit, touch the soul and share the joy of their faith. And,...
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Van Cliburn, the immensely talented American piano virtuoso with the down-home charm and big romantic style, whose gold-medal win at the first International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow in 1958 at the height of the Cold War made him a cultural icon...
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Divine destiny — or is it the shade of Tennessee Williams? — is bringing Renee Fleming and Blanche DuBois together on the same stage, at the same time, at Lyric Opera. The real Renee and the fictional Blanche are, in their very different...
“A Streetcar Named Desire,” Andre Previn's adaptation of the Tennessee Williams play, has come in for such scathing notices from some critics following its premiere by the San Francisco Opera in 1998 that one approached the Chicago premiere...
You can expect the music to sound fresh during the Leipzig String Quartet's concert on Saturday, March 2, at 8 p.m., in Howard Community College's Smith Theatre. Like the sponsoring Candlelight Concert Society, this chamber music quartet often likes to...
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