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  • BSO review: A mix of high spirits, high drama

    BSO review: A mix of high spirits, high drama
    The penultimate program of the Baltimore Symphony's season balances feel-good orchestral pieces by Osvaldo Golijov and Benjamin Britten against a piano concerto by Johannes Brahms packed with darkly emotional drama. It makes for an engrossing combination....
  • Dance review: La La La Human Steps with U.S. debut of 'New Work'

     
    Laura Bleiberg's review of "New Work" by Edouard Lock, artistic director of La La La Human Steps....
  • Music review: Andreas Scholl with the English Concert at Disney

     
    Mark Swed review Andreas Scholl's exquisitely confusing Purcell in Walt Disney Concert Hall....
  • Award-winning OJH students perform at board meeting

     
    Those who attended the March 28 Orland School District 135 Board of Trustee meeting received a short concert before board members got down to business. …...
  • Susan Graham experiences Dido's hard life with a lounge lizard

    Susan Graham experiences Dido's hard life with a lounge lizard
    Susan Graham and Nicholas McGegan have never collaborated before. But when they get together, the Texas-raised mezzo-soprano and British conductor behave like an old married couple. On a recent afternoon in Berkeley, the home base of the Philharmonia...
  • 'Dueling Harps' at REDCAT mixes strings, vocals

    'Dueling Harps' at REDCAT mixes strings, vocals
    There's nothing like a little harp music to soothe jangled nerves. Popular at weddings, funerals and not a few brises, the age-old instrument, with its sensual curves and ethereal-sounding glissandi, not only has an aristocratic air but also seems an...
  • Vivaldi's 'Motezuma,' lost, found, restored, re-imagined

    Vivaldi's 'Motezuma,' lost, found, restored, re-imagined
    Call it a musical homecoming more than 275 years in the making. Antonio Vivaldi's "Motezuma," first performed in 1733 in Venice, was long considered a lost opera, its score having vanished, like so many other works of that era, into the void of history....