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Dylis Croman stars in Chicago at Bass Hall this weekend. Wed 1 - Nephew Tommy and Michael Shawn headline an April Fool’s Day show at the Improv in Arlington. At this death-defying performance,...
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New Haven Symphony Rehearses For "Triumph"
... of the acoustics of Woolsey Hall, we will be not sticking precisely to Schoenberg’s written notation and written rhythm of the words,” said William Boughton, the New Haven Symphony...
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Listen to Tagore's music in European classical st...
Listen to Tagore's music in European classical style Noble laureate Rabindranath Tagore's timeless songs will be played in harmony with European classical music, courtesy a concert by three German...
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Soul-jazz Juno nominee signals her arrival to Ver...
She has toured extensively throughout North America, Europe, Japan, and Mexico and has sold out legendary clubs from Tokyo to Detroit. And now four-time Juno award nominee Elizabeth Shepherd is about...
Read more at Vernon Morning Star
Why music still matters at SXSW
Success comes with consequences, and one of them is contempt. As the South by Southwest music festival's attendance has risen — from just 700 in 1987 to nearly 30,000 in 2015 — so too has the volume...
Read more at Colorado Springs Independent
Miller Theatre’s new season is for the dogs
First, watch the video. Because I don’t want to give away the joke. There. Done? Now, we have to give it away. Miller Theatre won’t really focus its upcoming season on dogs. Though it’s a beautiful...
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the Washington Post
A World Without The Welfare State
Submitted Richard M. Ebeling via The Cobden Centre, We live in an era in which few can even conceive of a world without the welfare state. Who would care for the old? How would people provide for...
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Church of Ireland
Tri-Valley Local Happenings: Pleasanton's Golf Ce...
... The Keys to the Kingdom Fungi Exhibit" -- Explore the lives and environmental roles of fungi. This traveling exhibit focuses on the ecology of mushroom-producing fungi and reveals their...
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April Fool's column in my head - MILLS
My coffee will taste a little salty tomorrow morning. I’m not silly enough to April Fool myself, so my joe’s imagined salinity will stem from memories of one of my long-departed father’s earliest...
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Ludwig van Beethoven
KZNPO dazzle in season's last performance
All About The Piano FEATURING: Rocco de Villiers and Lauren Botha COSTUMES & SET: Hollywood Costumes VENUE: Studio Theatre, Montecasino UNTIL: April 12 RATING: ***
’s Triple Concerto...
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Durban City Hall
A Bulgakov Play in English, One-Act Ballets and '...
A Bulgakov Play in English, One-Act Ballets and 'The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel' — What to Do on Tuesday. Golden Mask: Hans van Manen's one-act ballets to music by
, Bach, Piazzolla,...
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The Moscow Times
The Moscow Times
My kingdom for a chord: Richard III rock opera to...
Composer Peter Robsahm, 58, first had the idea for the show — called RichardRocks — after watching Al Pacino’s documentary Looking For Richard in 1997. He discussed the ideas with his new wife Maria...
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Looking For Richard
Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra announces 2015-16 li...
Good news for Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra fans: A2SO recently announced its 2015-16 concert lineup; and concerts will now be broadcast live on WKAR-East Lansing (90.5 FM), with an additional...
Read more at MLive.com
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Measure for Measure
Pa. Ballet unveils first Corella-stamped season
... knows a lot of these people, and he's been working in such a range of repertory," executive director David Gray said of the list of choreographers. (Gray's interim appointment was made...
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Miami City Ballet
Some ‘perfect cello playing’ by Marc Coppey
The Phillips Collection put on another excellent recital Sunday, with the local debut of French cellist Marc Coppey; he is in his mid-40s, a former member of the Ysaye Quartet who now combines a...
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Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields demonstrates ...
The Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, which wrapped up a 13-city U.S. tour Sunday afternoon at Mechanics Hall, has been one of the most reliably fine chamber orchestras on the scene for nearly six...
Read more at Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Arnott's Arts Happenings March 30 to April 5
Richard Pryor, Harry Potter, Cantonese opera singers, and The Stylistics co-exist (in various media), and
meets Schoenberg. Easter Day coincides with the start of a humanists’ conference. A...
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University of California
University of California at Berkeley
Queens Library Fills Void After Closure of City's...
... have everything,” said Jane Montalto, 66, a librarian with a master’s degree in music from Queens College who has managed the collection for more than two decades. “Our sheet music collection is...
Read more at DNA Info
Thomas Pynchon on joy in music
... point is,’ cutting off Gustav’s usually indignant scream, ‘a person feels good listening to Rossini. All you feel like listening to
is going out and invading Poland. Ode to Joy indeed....
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Gustavo Dudamel 'very happy' with decision to sta...
The Los Angeles Philharmonic arrived Friday needing its spirits lifted. The flight from Seoul, the last leg of an Asia tour that began in Hong Kong a week earlier, was delayed. The bus ride from...
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