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The Hartford CourantJubilant Sykes has sung classical and spiritual music at the Metropolitan Opera, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, London's Barbican Centre and the Hollywood Bowl. But Hartford Stage is a decidedly different venue for a veteran of...
The most truthful moment in Friday night's "Sing the Truth!" concert at Symphony Center came toward the end. Spared the heavy over-amplification that marred earlier portions of the evening, singers Dianne Reeves and Lizz Wright took a slow, measured...
Tags: Music, Sarah Vaughan, Culture, Arts and Culture, Concerts
The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival announced its lineup Thursday, and true to its long-running standing as a genre-spanning musical destination, its headliners should offer something for music fans of just about every stripe. Stretched out...
Last week, the Smithfield-based jazz band Forte played at the Daily Press Choice Awards, an annual event that honors businesses on the Peninsula. The group, led by sax man Brian Pinner, sounded tight and soulful. That's not exactly hot, breaking news....
If you love a gratis groove, you may want to hit Motown for Labor Day. Though the Detroit Jazz Festival has concerts year-round, the main event happens over Labor Day weekend, Aug. 31-Sept. 3. Now in its 33rd year, the Detroit Jazz Festival is the...
PIX11.comActor Blair Underwood is the first African-American man to star in a Broadway production of "A Streetcar Named Desire." He stopped by live to talk about this Tennessee Williams classic which has has extended its Broadway run to Aug. 19. This season,...
WGNO NewsNew Orleans musician Terence Blanchard is probably best known for his skills on the trumpet, but now he can add a Broadway play to his resume. LBJ caught up with Blanchard, who wrote all the songs for the latest revival of "A Streetcar Named Desire" on...
Tags: Music, Entertainment
In terms of talent, glamour and wide appeal, few opera singers today rank as high as mezzo-soprano Denyce Graves. No wonder there's quite a buzz at the Peabody Conservatory, where Graves will join the voice faculty in the fall. People are still talking...
When Chicago pianist Miguel de la Cerna was growing up on the South Side, the sound of jazzand blues, gospel and funk, R&B and soul was everywhere. It blasted out of clubs and apartments, car radios and storefronts, inspiring a kid growing up near 41st...
Our Town CorrespondentThe Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center, located on the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown campus, hosts world-class entertainment year-round and has been doing so for the past 20 years. To help offset some of the general operating expenses, the staff...
This weekend is all about attending “festive” festivals. Whether you’re interested in listening to smooth jazz, sipping on imported wine, watching free movies, or stepping back into medieval times – there’s a festival for...
The Wichita Jazz Festival is celebrating its 41st year with a “Jazz goes Latin” theme, which includes a four day line-up of some of the best-loved Latin jazz players in the world. The jazz festivities kicked off on Wednesday, April 18 at...
Tags: Music, Jazz (genre), Latin Music (genre), Festive Events, Peru
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