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Richard Strauss

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  • Music review: Karita Mattila at the Broad Stage

     
    Richard S. Ginell reviews Karita Mattila, accompanied by Martin Katz, in a song recital at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica....
  • Toyota Super Bowl Ad Shoots for Profound Reinvention

     
    Toyota will air two 30-second ads during the Super Bowl for its 2012 Toyota Camry, the first time the automaker has advertised during the game in three years. The ad, shown above in its full 60-second version, plays on the......
  • Dudamel, Salonen to appear in Philharmonic Society's new season

     
    Gustavo Dudamel and Esa-Pekka Salonen are among the high-profile names lined up the new 2012-13 season of the Philharmonic Society in Orange County....
  • Allentown Symphony Orchestra's Valentine Weekend woos with the romatic

     
    By Steve Siegel Special to The Morning Call As in many passionate relationships, before the champagne and dancing comes the quiet candlelit dinner. Thus, the Allentown Symphony Orchestra, in its Valentine Weekend concerts Saturday and Sunday at Symphony...
  • Art review: Jocelyn Foye at Armory Center for the Arts

     
    An art review of Jocelyn Foye’s “Dance, Opera, Draw” at Armory Center for the Arts. Reviewed by Sharon Mizota for the Los Angeles Times....
  • Music review: Pablo Heras-Casado, Martin Chalifour and L.A. Phil

     
    Richard S. Ginell reviews Pablo Heras-Casado leading the Los Angeles Philharmonic and violinist Martin Chalifour at Walt Disney Concert Hall....
  • Pasadena Symphony: Michael Stern takes baton for ailing DePreist

     
    Pasadena Symphony artistic advisor James DePreist is recovering from heart surgery; Michael Stern will replace him for its April 28 program at the Ambassador Auditorium....
  • Music Review: "On Connecticut Naturalism" at The Studio @ Billings Forge

    Music Review: "On Connecticut Naturalism" at The Studio @ Billings Forge
    There was an electric, distinctly urban feeling lurking up and down Hartford’s Broad Street on the drive south toward the Frog Hollow neighborhood. The Earth Trio, a group of players associated with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra, was camped out at...
  • 17-Year-Old Killed in Suspected DUI Crash

    17-Year-Old Killed in Suspected DUI Crash
    A 17-year-old from Centralia died early Sunday morning when an SUV full of teens veered off the road and hit several trees in Capitol Forest. The teen driver of the SUV is suspected of driving drunk and has been arrested on suspicion of vehicular homicide...
  • Gustavo Dudamel to perform at Olympics festival in June

    Gustavo Dudamel to perform at Olympics festival in June
    Gustavo Dudamel will make a few appearances this summer as part of the London 2012 Festival, the large-scale cultural celebration running parallel to the Olympic Games. Dudamel will perform with the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela at a June...
  • Lyric Opera draws on fiscal reserves to break even for year

    Lyric Opera draws on fiscal reserves to break even for year
    Compared with just about every other company in the business, Lyric Opera of Chicago continues to ride above the economic turbulence that is buffeting so many of the nation's other not-for-profit performing arts organizations. Not soaring, but riding....
  • 'Prometheus' seeks out classical music in deep space

    'Prometheus' seeks out classical music in deep space
    In space, no one can hear you scream — but everyone can hear the classical music loud and clear. Science-fiction movies have had a long affinity for classical music, and the relationship is a fascinating and complex one. In "Prometheus," Ridley...