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With Los Angeles steadily filling with music royalty for this weekend's Grammy Awards and the many parties and performances in its orbit, Wayne Shorter led a show that served as a celebration of its own at Disney Hall on Saturday night. Featuring the...
Tags: Charles Ives, Music, Culture, Grammy Awards, Miles Davis
A restlessly experimental art-rock band from hipster-choked Brooklyn, Dirty Projectors wouldn’t seem to be the type of act likely to engage in the music-industry showboating that defines the week-long run-up to the Grammy Awards. And yet there was...
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGThe audience at Philadelphia's Academy of Music began swooning over Hugh Jackman the moment he appeared on stage Saturday night and didn't stop after he said his last thank you. The Tony, Emmy and Golden Globe winner, and Oscar nominee won them over as...
The Los Angeles Youth Orchestra has played all over the city, UCLA’s Schoenberg Hall and the Skirball Cultural Center included. But it hasn’t ventured outside of L.A. Now the orchestra will finally hit the road -- and it’s headed...
Musical and cultural diversity are at the heart of what the Harlem Quartet is all about. The string ensemble brings an eclectic program to Columbia when it performs for the Candlelight Concert Society series on Saturday, Feb. 2, at 8 p.m., at Howard...
Patti Page, the Oklahoma-born pop singer whose gossamer voice on "The Tennessee Waltz," "The Doggie in the Window" and other 1950s hits offered a soothing counterpart to the revolutionary new sound of rock 'n' roll, died New Year's Day in Encinitas,...
They're so hot that Vanity Fair Magazine featured them in their December issue in a piece written by Sir Roger Moore of James Bond fame. A whopping 30 million views on YouTube have turned the inspired lunacy of musicians Igudesman & Joo into Internet...
Dear Amy: My book club friends and I would be grateful to have you address this issue in your column. We are a group of women who consistently get berated publicly (jokingly, of course) by our husbands for having low libidos. We have all been married...
The Learning Lamp is one of 153 nonprofit organizations nationwide to receive an National Endowment of the Arts Challenge America Fast-Track grant. The Learning Lamp has been approved for a $10,000 NEA grant earmarked for the 5th Annual Children’s...
Tags: Festive Events, Arts, Washington, DC, Dr. Seuss, Literature
Patti Page, the Oklahoma-born pop singer whose gossamer-gentle voice was heard on 1950s hits such as “The Tennessee Waltz” and “(How Much Is) That Doggie in the Window?,” died New Year’s Day in Encinitas, Calif., where she&...
“When one is young, one hears only the word 'great.' When one is less young, one hears only the word 'next.' ” So says the spiky centrifuge of “The Morini Strad” at the Colony Theatre. In its elegant West Coast premiere, Willy...
Tags: Mariette Hartley, Rosemary Harris
The Johnstown Symphony Orchestra has announced the winners of its 2012-2013 Young Artists Competition. The competition, open to musicians of high school and college age (16-23) and residents or students in Blair, Bedford, Cambria, Indiana, Somerset...
Tags: Artists, Culture, Fine Artists, Bruno Walter, Entertainment
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