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Elliott Carter, the great American composer who was born in the horse-and-buggy era but whose music persistently looked ahead by reflecting and unabashedly celebrating the intricacies of modern life, died Monday of natural causes at his home in New York,...
ReporterFans of Bold and the Beautiful will notice a familiar face at the Miss Virginia pageant. Bobbie Eakes played Macy on the hit CBS daytime drama and this week she's in Roanoke to emcee and perform during the pageant. Eakes was Miss Georgia back in...
email@example.comIt’s impossible to describe just how beautiful our 10-day vacation trip to Italy actually was or how much fun my wife and I had as part of a 43-person Globus tour that included stays in Rome, Venice and Florence as well as other smaller towns. I...
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Associated PressROME — Riccardo Muti, the master conductor, is sounding an ominous note, and it isn't rising from the orchestra pit. The former longtime maestro at Milan's La Scala opera house is worried that the stubborn financial crisis in much of the world...
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You've heard of rock operas, tango operas, crossover operas. Now, get ready for mariachi opera. Two musical traditions with wide followings will come together April 7 when Lyric Opera will present the Midwest premiere of “Cruzar la Cara de la...
WGN NewsMichael Sheahan To purchase a copy of the book: The Roof Top Hop Michael Sheahan is a retired NYPD detective, who is also an accomplished singer, songwriter, and musician. His love of celebrating all the holidays with his wife and three boys inspired...
Looking to put a child sex-abuse scandal behind it, the BBC has named a major figure from classical opera as its director general. Tony Hall has served as the chief executive of the Royal Opera House in London since 2001. His job at the BBC is expected to...
Tags: BBC, Abusive Behavior, Olympic Games, Jimmy Savile
The Candlelight Concert Society is tooting its own horn by commissioning a new piece of music to celebrate its 40th anniversary season. Paul Salerni's "Many Happy Returns" receives its world premiere performance by the Philadelphia Brass Quintet on...
It's getting cold out there, and what better way to keep warm than by cozying up for a flick at your local cinema? This season, there is no shortage of quality films to watch, whether you're looking for something escapist, such as Peter Jackson's...
Tags: Russia, Marisa Tomei, Bruce Willis, Gus van Sant, Helen Mirren
Amahl and the Night Visitors Nov. 24, 8 p.m., $35, The Bushnell's Autorino Great Hall, 166 Capitol Ave., Hartford, (888) 824-2874, thebushnell.org. We tend not to think of operas as made-for-TV holiday entertainment, but back in the '50s popular...
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