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2014/04/18 15:15
2014/04/18 15:15
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Timur and the Dime Museum is the delightfully demented Los Angeles-based gender-bending/genre-defying hybrid post-punk glam performance band led by the fierce, classically trained Kazakh-American...
2014/04/18 15:15
2014/04/18 15:15
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2014/04/18 13:58
2014/04/18 13:58
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Tenor Fernando Guimarães ready to tackle “Ulysses” demands Tenor Fernando Guimarães will portray Ulysses on April 25 and 26 at the New England Conservatory. (Cecilia Torrez) BOSTON — The Odyssey...
2014/04/18 06:59
2014/04/18 06:59
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Leonel Monascal is heading back to the Boston Marathon a year after his first run in the prestigious race was punctuated by violence. Monascal had finished the 26-mile course more than an hour before...
2014/04/14 22:09
2014/04/14 22:09
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WORCESTER � Don't look now, but April is Jazz Appreciation Month. Worcester Polytechnic Institute celebrated in style with the WPI Jazz Weekend, a series of workshops and concerts that culminated last...
2014/04/14 15:04
2014/04/14 15:04
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GRYMES HILL — The start time — 7 p.m. — is a little difficult for anyone burdened by an off-Island workday commute, but music-lovers who miss Island baritone Anthony Turner’s April 16 recital will...
2014/04/11 09:09
2014/04/11 09:09
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Nathan Kessel has a dream as big as his voice. "It's my dream to sing opera around the world and to sing at the Metropolitan Opera and the Sydney Opera House," the 17-year-old Worcester baritone said...
2014/04/10 09:10
2014/04/10 09:10
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Like most jazzers, Rich Falco wishes American audiences had more of an appreciation for jazz at a level where there would be no need for a "Jazz Appreciation Month." But April is just that in...
2014/04/10 05:05
2014/04/10 05:05
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Lake Street DiveBad Self Portraits (Signature Sounds) Boston soul revivalists Lake Street Dive are technically proficient and refined to the point that it's alarming. Sweet as the sticking points on...
2014/04/10 05:05
2014/04/10 05:05
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Courtesy of Scott Simontacchi The Charlie Daniels Band headlined Old Settler's Music Festival that year. Any Texas kid would've known "The Devil Went Down to Georgia," but Sarah Jarosz set her sights...
2014/04/09 15:54
2014/04/09 15:54
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The sidewalks of New York are a veritable beacon for performers from all corners of the arts, dazzling many with delusions of stardom, and daring all to hope that their own combination of luck, hard...
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2014/04/07 04:36
2014/04/07 04:36
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Despite her degrees from Yale and the New England Conservatory, classically trained violinist Monica Germino wasn’t content performing centuries-old orchestral works. So, like Dylan at Newport in...
2014/04/04 16:19
2014/04/04 16:19
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GRAND RAPIDS, MI – New music for listeners who like new sounds is the inspiration for Grand Rapids Symphony’s MusicNOW Series. Eminent classical guitarist Eliot Fisk, the last direct pupil of...
2014/04/03 18:09
2014/04/03 18:09
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When Randall Hodgkinson was a young "novice" pianist at the Eastern Music Festival and School in Greensboro, N.C. � a summer camp for gifted musicians ranging in age from 13 to their early 20s � his...
2014/04/03 13:00
2014/04/03 13:00
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Bay Area Classical Harmonies (BACH) will perform sacred music in the Lynnewood United Methodist Church in Pleasanton starting at 7 p.m. Saturday. The concert will include two full cantatas and a...
2014/04/02 09:21
2014/04/02 09:21
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DANVERS — Troop 155 Boy Scout Thomas Arsenault has gone batty for the SwampWalk. Arsenault installed four bat houses that he and others built as part of his Eagle Scout service project. George...
2014/03/28 07:57
2014/03/28 07:57
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Published: Friday, March 28, 2014, 12:01 a.m. Snohomish teacher’s students return for fundraising concert Sunday Each spring since 2007, retired Snohomish High School choral director Patrick Castro...
2014/03/23 17:03
2014/03/23 17:03
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NEW BRIGHTON — People in show business love to talk about what a tough time they have: Spotlight one minute, waiting tables the next. But singer, actor and longtime Islander Larry Marshall seems to...
2014/03/23 15:31
2014/03/23 15:31
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Four teenage string musicians, three of whom attend Gunn High School, only started playing together last fall, but in February they won a $1,000, first-of-its-kind prize for youth chamber music from...
2014/03/20 20:55
2014/03/20 20:55
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Concord Orchestra This weekend, March 21 � 22 at 8 p.m., the orchestra features Richard Sebring in concert at 51 Walden St. He was born and raised in Concord and is now the principal horn of the...
2014/04/18 15:15
2014/04/18 15:15
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