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There are 2,000 pounds of bacon waiting to be served to 2,000 people gathering on Saturday for the sold-out BaconFest Florida at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek. But before you do the math, factor in another 350 pounds of Bacon: Kevin and Michael. While...
Many years ago, legendary Russian pairs skating coach Tamara Moskvina accounted for judging preferences with an old proverb from her country: "Some like the preacher, some like the preacher's wife and some like the preacher's daughter." That was an...
She isn't quite 5 feet tall, but Kristin Chenoweth has achieved uncommon stature in show business, thanks to consistently sizzling performances on Broadway, including an indelible portrayal of Glinda in "Wicked"that earned her a Tony nomination, and...
John Corigliano, 74, is one of America’s most celebrated living composers. His Symphony No. 2 won the 2001 Pulitzer Prize, which goes nicely with his Oscar for Best Original Score for the 1999 film The Red Violin and three Grammy Awards. As the...
The university where he teaches once dubbed him the "man who found the rock in Bach." Organist Christoph Bull — the acclaimed UCLA music professor who says he's a fan of "organ music, rock music and rocking organ music" — will be performing...
WGN NewsCheck out the complete list of nominees for this year's Grammy Awards. Tune in on Sunday February 12 at 8/7c to see if your predictions were right. Record Of The Year Rolling In The Deep Adele Holocene Bon Iver Grenade Bruno Mars The Cave...
Culture MonsterInternational Tchaikovsky Competition finalist Nigel Armstrong will perform with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra this weekend....
Culture MonsterRichard S. Ginell reviews cellist Matt Haimovitz and pianist Christopher O'Riley in "Shuffle. Play. Listen." -- a tour version of their album -- at the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts....
Lehigh Valley MusicOne small step up the podium, one giant leap into the cosmos. On Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon at Symphony Hall, the Allentown Symphony Orchestra, piloted by conductor Diane Wittry, blasted off into the solar system and beyond with an...
Culture MonsterMark Swed reviews the premiere of Richard Dubugnon's "Battlefield," a two-piano concerto for Katia and Marielle Labèque commissioned by the Los Angeles Philharmonic and conducted by Semyon Bychkov....
Culture MonsterColburn School violinist makes final round in Russia's Tchaikovsky Competition...
Culture MonsterDowntown New York came to downtown Los Angeles as three composers from the new music collective Bang on a Can took over a Los Angeles Philharmonic Green Umbrella concert at Walt Disney Concert Hall Tuesday night. Moreover, there is good......
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