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  • Memorable Music And Characters At Jazz Concerts In Connecticut

    There have been countless memorable jazz concerts over the decades in Greater Hartford, and probably all fans have a list of favs still gloriously playing in their imaginations — from the Duke Ellington Orchestra's performance some 75 years ago at...
  • Pete Seeger delivered the news for generations

    Pete Seeger delivered the news for generations
    Pete Seeger was a working-class advocate who delivered the news in songs that could be sung by everyone, in four-part harmony. “I'll sing out danger, I'll sing out warning,” he sang, “I'll sing out love between my brothers and my...
  • United Methodists to host concert

    Pastor Elaine Cho of La CaƱada United Methodist Church will address how to overcome fear during the 10:30 a.m. worship service Sunday. Afterward an all-church luncheon will be held. The church will host a Valentine's concert and afternoon tea at 3 p.m....
  • Map or GPS? It all depends

     Map or GPS? It all depends
    Question: When we were in Britain a couple of years ago, we got a great spiral-bound map book, about 12 by 14 inches, that was large scale. It was easy to find back roads. We will be in Italy for our 25th wedding anniversary, and I cannot find a large-...
  • The marimba master

    The marimba master
    It's the official instrument of Guatemala, and Janis Potter plays the heck out of it. The instrument is the marimba, and Potter, from Tampa, will showcase it during a free concert 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Hagen Park Community Center in Wilton Manors...
  • Muti to remain at CSO until 2020

    Muti to remain at CSO until 2020
    Riccardo Muti has signed a new contract with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association as CSO music director, which will extend until August 2020. The Italian maestro, 72, made the announcement at a freewheeling news conference at Symphony Center...
  • Christiane Noll to headline Orlando Cabaret Festival

    Christiane Noll to headline Orlando Cabaret Festival
    Christiane Noll will be the special guest for the kickoff of Mad Cow Theatre's annual Orlando Cabaret Festival, the theater announced Friday evening. Noll, known for Broadway roles including Emma in "Jekyll & Hyde" and Mother in "Ragtime," will also...
  • Sybarite 5 Brings Rock To The Concert Hall

    Sybarite 5 Brings Rock To The Concert Hall
    It's perfectly reasonable to attend a chamber music concert expecting to hear longish, multi-part compositions with complex tonal structures and rich harmonies. I'm talking, of course, about Radiohead's "Paranoid Android" and Led Zeppelin's "Stairway To...
  • Grant Park Music Festival lineup revealed

    Grant Park Music Festival lineup revealed
    Although it feels as if Chicago will be trapped under a polar icecap at least until the Bears head off to summer training camp, the promise that this, too, shall pass is underscored by the season announcements of the area’s two major summer music...
  • As 'The Fault in Our Stars' is filmed, John Green turns astrologer

    As 'The Fault in Our Stars' is filmed, John Green turns astrologer
    PITTSBURGH — Most movie sets orbit around one key individual. Usually, it's the director or the star. Occasionally, it's a heavyweight producer. Seldom is it the writer of the movie's source material. But John Green is not just any writer. On a...
  • 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...
  • In the L.A. classical music scene, the music comes first

      In the L.A. classical music scene, the music comes first
    It was said to have been a disastrous seven days for classical music in America. "Hell week" is what Russell Platt called it in the New Yorker last week. New York City Opera declared bankruptcy and shut down. Minnesota Orchestra's music director Osmo...