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American song comes in many forms, and two brave artists took on several of them over the weekend during the 23rd annual Chicago Humanities Festival. Rarely does one get to hear the thorny harmonies of Charles Ives alongside the bluesy phrases of Harold...
Lyric Opera's 2013-14 season will be given over almost entirely to bread-and-butter repertory designed, at least in part, to ensure the company's sizable ticket sales don't flag in a still-weakened economy. Although Lyric enjoys the largest subscription...
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGBy Steve Siegel Special to The Morning Call Fate came knocking in two ways during the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra’s opening concert of its 40th anniversary season Wednesday night at the Williams Center at Lafayette College. One was by way of......
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelOn Christmas Eve, your choices include classic movies, holiday music and a lot of reruns. A few highlights: PBS' “Antiques Roadshow” replays hour two of its stop in Orlando at 8 p.m. The goodies include an animator's plaster model of...
Channel Guide MagazineUpdated Nov. 30, 2012, 12:15pm CT You know it's the holiday season when the sounds of joyous carols fill the air (and sometimes those sounds start even earlier than the holiday season, with many radio stations kicking into Christmas mode the day after...
Culture MonsterNew Year's Eve TV programming...
South Bend Tribune CorrespondentIn college, Nathan Gunn studied Franz Schubert’s lieder (art songs) as an “open major” option. It seems so specific — focusing on one category of the oeuvre of one composer. As a professional, by contrast, Gunn has tried...
Yes, Mandy Patinkin saw "Saturday Night Live" spoof "Homeland" in a sketch this month. And no, the South Side native and Kenwood Academy High School alum wasn't insulted by Bill Hader's impression of him or the exaggerated impersonations of his "Homeland"...
Tribune music critics John von Rhein (classical) and Howard Reich (jazz/blues) each pick 10 shows you shouldn't miss this summer: Classical: “The Circus Princess” and “The Cousin from Nowhere”: Emmerich Kalman's three-ring...
BOYNE CITY — From the Big Apple to Chicago, from small theaters to Lincoln Center, Boyne City native Matthew Chellis always wanted to come back to Northern Michigan. A trained tenor who has enjoyed worldwide success in opera, concert and theatrical...
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Editor's note: The contact information in this story has been updated since it first appeared in the Saturday edition on June 23, 2012. Up North Vocal Institute is also part of Crooked Tree Arts Center in Petoskey, which is the contact. The story has been...
The Ravinia Festival remains one of the nation’s heavyweight classical music impresarios even if it increasingly finds itself in the position of playing Goliath to the David of the Grant Park Music Festival at Millennium Park. Ho-hum symphonic...
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