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  • Review: Nicholas Rodriguez at Orlando Cabaret Festival

    Review: Nicholas Rodriguez at Orlando Cabaret Festival
    Nicholas Rodriguez is a bit of a tease. The Broadway actor, headlining this weekend at the Orlando Cabaret Festival, has titled his show "The First Time…" and the preshow publicity coyly reminds us that "You always remember your first time…"...
  • In Boca Raton, a festival to leave you Dizzy

    In Boca Raton, a festival to leave you Dizzy
    In his new memoir, "The Man Who Changed My Life," jazz trumpeter Arturo Sandoval shares recollections of his bebop idol, Dizzy Gillespie, the American jazz giant and father figure who helped him defect from Cuba to the United States 24 years ago. An...
  • Watch: Dave and Phil Alvin play 'Key to the Highway'

    Watch: Dave and Phil Alvin play 'Key to the Highway'
    Among the countless concerts, reunions and every other stripe of live performance at the recent South by Southwest Music Conference in Austin, Texas, L.A. roots-rock stalwarts Phil and Dave Alvin of the Blasters generated considerable buzz from their...
  • 'Become Ocean' by John Luther Adams wins Pulitzer Prize for music

    'Become Ocean' by John Luther Adams wins Pulitzer Prize for music
    John Luther Adams won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for music for his composition "Become Ocean," an orchestral work that premiered last year with the Seattle Symphony, which commissioned the piece. "Become Ocean" is a sonic work that is intended to evoke the...
  • Oscar Castro-Neves dies at 73; bossa nova guitarist and orchestrator

    Oscar Castro-Neves dies at 73; bossa nova guitarist and orchestrator
    Oscar Castro-Neves, a Brazil-born guitarist who helped to create the cool, sensuous rhythms of bossa nova and orchestrated music for movies including "L.A. Story" and "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels," has died. He was 73. Castro-Neves had cancer and died...
  • Elaine Redfield dies at 96; got O.C. performing arts center built

    Elaine Redfield dies at 96; got O.C. performing arts center built
    When Elaine Redfield arrived in Fullerton in 1950, it was a culture shock. Mainly because, in her view, there wasn't much culture at all in Orange County. "When I came here, the county was a great wasteland, really, culturally and intellectually," she...
  • PASSINGS: Clarence 'Ace' Parker, Editta Sherman

    Clarence 'Ace' Parker Oldest living Football Hall of Fame member Clarence "Ace" Parker, 101, a star of New York City football in the 1940s who was the oldest member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, died Wednesday, the Canton, Ohio-based Hall of...
  • Minnesota Orchestra financial review paints grim picture

    Minnesota Orchestra financial review paints grim picture
    The Minnesota Orchestra, which has been stuck in limbo due to an intractable labor dispute, has released the results of an independent financial review that showed the orchestra has faced a budget deficit totaling more than $22 million in the past three...
  • The paternal Tony Danza in 'Don Jon'

    The paternal Tony Danza in 'Don Jon'
    Tony Danza and Joseph Gordon-Levitt got to know each other 20 years ago on the set of the Disney baseball fantasy "Angels in the Outfield," in which Danza played an aging pitcher and Gordon-Levitt, then 12, a foster kid. "I always had a paternal thing...
  • Emanuel Ax maintains a deep affection for Brahms

    Emanuel Ax maintains a deep affection for Brahms
    NEW YORK — On a drizzly afternoon last month, the pianist Emanuel Ax crossed 57th Street and repeated a short journey he has made many times, walking between Carnegie Hall and Steinway Hall, two pillars of this city's musical life. He had just...
  • What's holding you back and what to do about it

    There's one thing that's holding you back more than any other. It's not your education, who you know, or even how much time you have. It's fear of pain. It's that simple. The bad news is that the challenge you face is yourself. Of course, this is also the...
  • Review: 'Duke: A Life of Duke Ellington' by Terry Teachout

    Review: 'Duke: A Life of Duke Ellington' by Terry Teachout
    Even among the pantheon of jazz composers, Duke Ellington looms large, his staggering output unmatched in size or breadth. Hit songs, solo piano pieces, ensemble tone poems, stage musicals, film scores, vast orchestral works — few musical formats of...