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2014/04/23 04:34
2014/04/23 04:34
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Linda Di Fiore laughs when recalling a colleague on the University of North Texas College of Music faculty trying to explain to his voice students how they should dress for an audition. “He said,...
2014/04/23 04:34
2014/04/23 04:34
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2014/04/22 22:27
2014/04/22 22:27
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Who’s who in event cinema: A guide to major alternative-content suppliers www.artsalliancemedia.com Specializing in cultural and contemporary programming and live events at cinemas worldwide. A...
2014/04/14 06:30
2014/04/14 06:30
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Something old, something new and a mix of the two. That’s Opera Omaha’s 2014-15 season in a nutshell — a three-opera schedule that builds on a format working well for Nebraska’s only professional...
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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2014/04/08 07:28
2014/04/08 07:28
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Kathie Siegfried Yenter Kathie Siegfried Yenter, 62, of La Mesa, Calif., passed away Feb. 14, 2014. She was born Oct. 21, 1951, in Allentown, Pa., the daughter of Ruth Siegfried and the late Albert...
2014/04/06 09:48
2014/04/06 09:48
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Sheldon was discharged early from the army to attend college at Westmar College in Iowa. While there, he became captain of the football team and played entire games as both an offensive and defensive...
2014/04/03 07:59
2014/04/03 07:59
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MIAMI -- Best-selling author Amy Tan will be honored at Florida International University. The author of "The Joy Luck Club" will receive the Lawrence Sanders Award for Fiction on Thursday. Tan will...
2014/04/03 02:24
2014/04/03 02:24
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Before we get to our regular programming, Out There is proud to present five fine winners from the Arts & Entertainment entries of the Bay Area Reporter's 2014 Besties, the LGBT Best of the Bay. Best...
2014/03/30 22:57
2014/03/30 22:57
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Carey Bell, the symphony’s principal clarinetist since 2007, says he’s waited a long time to play the Danish composer’s 1928 concerto. He’ll get his chance this week at Davies Symphony Hall, when the...
2014/03/24 20:09
2014/03/24 20:09
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Tom Krause at the San Francisco Opera House in 1984 Asked about his sound in an interview to mark his 70th birthday in 2004, he replied: “It is difficult to speak of my own talent, but when I listen...
2014/03/23 03:53
2014/03/23 03:53
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Hundreds of people lined up Saturday for a chance to play dress up with the help of the San Francisco Opera as the company held a special sale featuring some of its elaborate, custom-made...
2014/03/21 20:10
2014/03/21 20:10
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Across the ocean from New York to Europe--that's the program for Atlantic Crossing, the collaborative concert of New Century Chamber Orchestra, led by Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, with all-male chorus...
2014/03/21 13:57
2014/03/21 13:57
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IN ITS 10TH anniversary year, Mill Valley's 142 Throckmorton Theatre remains a work in progress. And Lucy Mercer, its founder and executive director, wouldn't have it any other way. She's like an...
2014/03/20 19:00
2014/03/20 19:00
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Sitting in his office at Congregation Netivot Shalom in Berkeley, where he is lead educator for the b’nai mitzvah program, Anthony Russell uncorks his stunning bass voice and sings a few bars of the...
2014/04/23 04:34
2014/04/23 04:34
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