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The Signal
Hollywood Bowl Hall of Famers Pink Martini added to 2015-16 Santa Clarita PACThe sensational, genre-crossing jazz-pop orchestra Pink Martini has been added
Hollywood Bowl Hall of Famers Pink Martini added to 2015-16 Santa Clarita PAC
The Signal / Posted yesterday
The sensational, genre-crossing jazz-pop orchestra Pink Martini has been added to the 2015-16 Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center (PAC) season with a one-night-only performance scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 8, 2016. Fresh off another... Read more
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Bay Area Reporter
Fall forward, continuedThis week we offer our second round of fall preview pieces in Arts & Culture. I
Fall forward, continued
Bay Area Reporter / Posted yesterday
This week we offer our second round of fall preview pieces in Arts & Culture. In these pages you'll find coming attractions in fall films, art museum shows, and the San Francisco Symphony and Opera seasons. Here are a few more highlights in classical... Read more
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Bay Area Reporter
Fall preview:
SF Opera & SF SymphonySingle-ticket sales for the San Francisco Opera's 93rd season have been availab
Fall preview:
SF Opera & SF Symphony
Bay Area Reporter / Posted yesterday
Single-ticket sales for the San Francisco Opera's 93rd season have been available since June, and across the street on Grove the San Francisco Symphony's box office has been helping music-lovers pick individual concerts since July. It might feel like... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
For Oakley musician, it's all about that bassOAKLEY -- Rachel Dunzweiler remembers very distinctly how in elementary school
For Oakley musician, it's all about that bass
Inside Bay Area / Posted 2 days ago
OAKLEY -- Rachel Dunzweiler remembers very distinctly how in elementary school she didn't like music. Today she is entering her second season on double bass with the San Francisco Symphony Youth Orchestra, where music consumes her life. "I listen to... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
For Oakley musician, it's all about that bassOAKLEY -- Rachel Dunzweiler remembers very distinctly how in elementary school
For Oakley musician, it's all about that bass
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 2 days ago
OAKLEY -- Rachel Dunzweiler remembers very distinctly how in elementary school she didn't like music. Today she is entering her second season on double bass with the San Francisco Symphony Youth Orchestra, where music consumes her life. "I listen to... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
George Cleve, San Jose Symphony conductor, dead at 79George Cleve, the Austrian-born conductor who led the San Jose Symphony for two
George Cleve, San Jose Symphony conductor, dead at 79
Oakland Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
George Cleve, the Austrian-born conductor who led the San Jose Symphony for two decades and directed the Midsummer Mozart Festival for more than 40 years, died Thursday morning at his home in Berkeley. He was 79. A powerful musical force in the Bay... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
George Cleve, San Jose Symphony conductor, dead at 79George Cleve, the Austrian-born conductor who led the San Jose Symphony for two
George Cleve, San Jose Symphony conductor, dead at 79
The Fremont Argus / Posted 7 days ago
George Cleve, the Austrian-born conductor who led the San Jose Symphony for two decades and directed the Midsummer Mozart Festival for more than 40 years, died Thursday morning at his home in Berkeley. He was 79. A powerful musical force in the Bay... Read more
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The Daily Review
George Cleve, San Jose Symphony conductor, dead at 79George Cleve, the Austrian-born conductor who led the San Jose Symphony for two
George Cleve, San Jose Symphony conductor, dead at 79
The Daily Review / Posted 7 days ago
George Cleve, the Austrian-born conductor who led the San Jose Symphony for two decades and directed the Midsummer Mozart Festival for more than 40 years, died Thursday morning at his home in Berkeley. He was 79. A powerful musical force in the Bay... Read more
4 related stories
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Inside Bay Area
George Cleve, San Jose Symphony conductor, dead at 79George Cleve, the Austrian-born conductor who led the San Jose Symphony for two
George Cleve, San Jose Symphony conductor, dead at 79
Inside Bay Area / Posted 7 days ago
George Cleve, the Austrian-born conductor who led the San Jose Symphony for two decades and directed the Midsummer Mozart Festival for more than 40 years, died Thursday morning at his home in Berkeley. He was 79. A powerful musical force in the Bay... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
George Cleve, Symphony Silicon Valley conductor, dead at 79George Cleve, the Austrian-born conductor who led the old San Jose Symphony for
George Cleve, Symphony Silicon Valley conductor, dead at 79
Inside Bay Area / Posted 7 days ago
George Cleve, the Austrian-born conductor who led the old San Jose Symphony for two decades and directed the Midsummer Mozart festival for more than 40 years, died Thursday morning at his home in Berkeley. He was 79. A powerful musical force with an... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Fall arts 2015: Calendar of cool events, showsEast Bay Actors Ensemble of Berkeley: "King Lear," through Sept. 7; John Hinke
Fall arts 2015: Calendar of cool events, shows
Oakland Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
East Bay Actors Ensemble of Berkeley: "King Lear," through Sept. 7; John Hinkel Park, Berkeley; free; www.aeofberkeley.org. Aurora Theatre Company: "Mud Blue Sky," Marisa Wegrzyn's slice-of-life dramedy about a middle-aged flight attendant, Aug.... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
Fall arts 2015: Calendar of cool events, showsEast Bay Actors Ensemble of Berkeley: "King Lear," through Sept. 7; John Hinke
Fall arts 2015: Calendar of cool events, shows
The Fremont Argus / Posted 9 days ago
East Bay Actors Ensemble of Berkeley: "King Lear," through Sept. 7; John Hinkel Park, Berkeley; free; www.aeofberkeley.org. Aurora Theatre Company: "Mud Blue Sky," Marisa Wegrzyn's slice-of-life dramedy about a middle-aged flight attendant, Aug.... Read more
7 related stories
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The Daily Review
Fall arts 2015: Calendar of cool events, showsEast Bay Actors Ensemble of Berkeley: "King Lear," through Sept. 7; John Hinke
Fall arts 2015: Calendar of cool events, shows
The Daily Review / Posted 9 days ago
East Bay Actors Ensemble of Berkeley: "King Lear," through Sept. 7; John Hinkel Park, Berkeley; free; www.aeofberkeley.org. Aurora Theatre Company: "Mud Blue Sky," Marisa Wegrzyn's slice-of-life dramedy about a middle-aged flight attendant, Aug.... Read more
7 related stories
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Oakland Tribune
Young Peoples Symphony Orchestra offering tryoutsOAKLAND -- The Young People's Symphony Orchestra invites musicians to try out f
Young Peoples Symphony Orchestra offering tryouts
Oakland Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
OAKLAND -- The Young People's Symphony Orchestra invites musicians to try out for the group's 2015-2016 season. The group is now in its 79th season and has relocated to the First Congregational Church of Oakland, 2501 Harrison St., for its weekly... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Fall classical 2015: Gustavo Dudamel returns; 'Luisa Miller' revived by S.F. OperaA glance at the fall calendar reveals just how varied the Bay Area classical mu
Fall classical 2015: Gustavo Dudamel returns; 'Luisa Miller' revived by S.F. Opera
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 9 days ago
A glance at the fall calendar reveals just how varied the Bay Area classical music scene can be, with opera, orchestral music, Baroque masterpieces, chamber works, recitals and special events on the schedule. San Francisco Opera ushers in the season... Read more
7 related stories
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The Daily Review
Fall classical 2015: Gustavo Dudamel returns; 'Luisa Miller' revived by S.F. OperaA glance at the fall calendar reveals just how varied the Bay Area classical mu
Fall classical 2015: Gustavo Dudamel returns; 'Luisa Miller' revived by S.F. Opera
The Daily Review / Posted 9 days ago
A glance at the fall calendar reveals just how varied the Bay Area classical music scene can be, with opera, orchestral music, Baroque masterpieces, chamber works, recitals and special events on the schedule. San Francisco Opera ushers in the season... Read more
7 related stories
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Silicon Valley
Fall classical 2015: Gustavo Dudamel returns; 'Luisa Miller' revived by S.F. OperaA glance at the fall calendar reveals just how varied the Bay Area classical mu
Fall classical 2015: Gustavo Dudamel returns; 'Luisa Miller' revived by S.F. Opera
Silicon Valley / Posted 9 days ago
A glance at the fall calendar reveals just how varied the Bay Area classical music scene can be, with opera, orchestral music, Baroque masterpieces, chamber works, recitals and special events on the schedule. San Francisco Opera ushers in the season... Read more
7 related stories
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San Jose Mercury News
Fall classical 2015: Gustavo Dudamel returns; 'Luisa Miller' revived by S.F. OperaA glance at the fall calendar reveals just how varied the Bay Area classical mu
Fall classical 2015: Gustavo Dudamel returns; 'Luisa Miller' revived by S.F. Opera
San Jose Mercury News / Posted 9 days ago
A glance at the fall calendar reveals just how varied the Bay Area classical music scene can be, with opera, orchestral music, Baroque masterpieces, chamber works, recitals and special events on the schedule. San Francisco Opera ushers in the season... Read more
7 related stories
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NBC Los Angeles
Janelle Monáe to Speak, Sing Against Police BrutalityPop star Janelle Monáe will speak and sing against police brutality at a San Fr
Janelle Monáe to Speak, Sing Against Police Brutality
NBC Los Angeles / Posted 13 days ago
Pop star Janelle Monáe will speak and sing against police brutality at a San Francisco rally this weekend. The acclaimed recording artist and performer, joined by her protégé Jidenna and artist collective Wondaland, will appear at a press conference... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
Janelle Monáe to Speak, Sing Against Police BrutalityPop star Janelle Monáe will speak and sing against police brutality at a San Fr
Janelle Monáe to Speak, Sing Against Police Brutality
NBC Bay Area / Posted 14 days ago
Pop star Janelle Monáe will speak and sing against police brutality at a San Francisco rally this weekend. The acclaimed recording artist and performer, joined by her protégé Jidenna and artist collective Wondaland, will appear at a press conference... Read more
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J Weekly
Time to CelebrateWhether it’s a wedding for 500 or an intimate anniversary party, planning a cel
Time to Celebrate
J Weekly / Posted 14 days ago
Whether it’s a wedding for 500 or an intimate anniversary party, planning a celebration begins with choosing a setting that fits your vision and budget. Our readers recommend these venues. In San Francisco, Congregation Beth Sholom’s stunning... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
The stars, a 'Space Odyssey' and the Hollywood Bowl in cosmic harmonyStanley Kubrick's 1968 film "2001: A Space Odyssey" became a landmark event for
The stars, a 'Space Odyssey' and the Hollywood Bowl in cosmic harmony
Los Angeles Times / Posted 15 days ago
Stanley Kubrick's 1968 film "2001: A Space Odyssey" became a landmark event for classical music almost by accident. Kubrick had originally commissioned film composer Alex North to write an original score for his movie, but somewhere in the... Read more
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Billboard
Calvin Harris, Zayn Malik & The Summer of Twitter BeefsThe weather's not all that's heating up this summer. Tempers are running high i
Calvin Harris, Zayn Malik & The Summer of Twitter Beefs
Billboard / Posted 17 days ago
The weather's not all that's heating up this summer. Tempers are running high in the world of music, leading artists to start new beefs online and in real life. Zayn Malik vs. Calvin Harris Choice tweet: What what will probably go down as the... Read more
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New Jersey Herald
NJPAC presents diverse, new seasonNEWARK -- When planning New Jersey Performing Arts Center's season, NJPAC Presi
NJPAC presents diverse, new season
New Jersey Herald / Posted 22 days ago
NEWARK -- When planning New Jersey Performing Arts Center's season, NJPAC President and CEO John Schreiber and Executive Vice President and Executive Producer David Rodriguez always consider the audience, which in New Jersey is richly diverse. They... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
Pacific Art League head calls for end to conflictJust one week into her tenure as the Pacific Art League's new executive directo
Pacific Art League head calls for end to conflict
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 29 days ago
Just one week into her tenure as the Pacific Art League's new executive director, Shannon McDonnell will be attending a special meeting of league members that could result in the removal of nearly half of her board of directors. The meeting, called... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
New York Philharmonic sticks with American classics at Santa Barbara BowlUnlike the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Bos
New York Philharmonic sticks with American classics at Santa Barbara Bowl
Los Angeles Times / Posted 29 days ago
Unlike the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Boston Symphony, which have outdoor summer homes, the New York Philharmonic wanders when the weather gets hot. In June, America's oldest orchestra plays admirable free... Read more

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