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  • Opera review: Long Beach Opera stages abandoned opera in abandoned warehouse

     
    If Long Beach Opera opened its 2011 season Saturday with a radicalized version of Luigi Cherubini’s “Medea” in an abandoned furniture warehouse, the EXPO Building on Atlantic Avenue, well, somebody had to do something like this sooner or later. It.....
  • Philharmonic Society of Orange County announces 2011-12 season

     
    The Philharmonic Society of Orange County is announcing on Thursday its 2011-12 season, which will include appearances by major orchestras including the New York Philharmonic (with Alan Gilbert), the Chicago Symphony Orchestra (with Riccardo Muti), the...
  • Music review: Nicholas McGegan and Robert Levin, tricksters at the Los Angeles Philharmonic

     
    The bouncy Nicholas McGegan and boastful Robert Levin came to Walt Disney Concert Hall Thursday night to play. The games were devised by Mozart, Haydn and pompous Luigi Cherubini more than 200 years ago, but someone forgot to tell that......
  • Eminem tops Grammy nominations with 10, Bruno Mars bags 7

     
    Eminem, once a music-industry pariah, cleaned up at the nationally televised nominations Wednesday for the 53rd annual Grammy Awards. Nearly a decade after he divided Grammy voters because of his explicit lyrics and was denied an album of the year......
  • Monster Mash: Guilty verdicts in Van Gogh theft case; Riccardo Muti suffers exhaustion

     
    Verdict: An Egyptian court has found 11 culture ministry employees guilty of negligence following the theft of a Van Gogh painting from a Cairo museum. (BBC News) Road to recovery: Conductor Riccardo Muti has been released from a hospital in......
  • Illness causes Riccardo Muti to miss CSO concert

     
    The black-tie audience for a Chicago Symphony Orchestra concert celebrating Riccardo Muti's inaugural season as music director on Saturday night at Symphony Center got a dramatic surprise: No Riccardo Muti. With the crowd waiting in its seats, the Italian...
  • Monster Mash: Riccardo Muti withdraws from fall CSO appearances; Larry Clark attacks age restriction

     
    -- Abrupt cancellations: Conductor Riccardo Muti, who had recently begun his tenure as music director of the Chicago Symphony Orchesta, has withdrawn from his fall appearances with the orchestra due to health issues. (Chicago Tribune) -- Racy material:...
  • Riccardo Muti takes his bow with Chicago Symphony Orchestra

     
    Italian conductor Riccardo Muti made his debut over the weekend as the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's new music director. As befits the inaugural appearance of a world-renowned maestro, the city of Chicago rolled out the proverbial red carpet and threw a......
  • David Fray and Pablo Heras-Casado make 'heroic' Hollywood Bowl debuts

     
    The crowd at the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s “Heroic Beethoven” program Tuesday night at the Hollywood Bowl can be forgiven for thinking the heroic meant them, enduring an arctic chill to hear the Third Piano Concerto and Third Symphony. Crazy as.......
  • COMMENTARY: Should our theater leaders be homegrown?

     
    When it comes to fruits, meats and vegetables, we're increasingly believing it's better not to truck in superstar carrots or overachieving fruit from far away, but to munch happily upon that which is locally raised or grown. So should this......
  • Fight night at Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Spectators scuffle during show

    Fight night at Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Spectators scuffle during show
    The sophisticated atmosphere of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra turned less civil Thursday night when two men got into an argument about a reserved box seat at Orchestra Hall, officials said. About 9 p.m., during a performance of Brahms Symphony No. 2,...
  • When the music stops, the missions begin

    When the music stops, the missions begin
    PARIS -- You can't have music without rests, and musicians without rests don't sound so great either, so after six straight nights of concerts, the members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra finally got a day off to set out on various quests. The last...