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  • Center Stage offers stylish revival of 'Amadeus'

    Center Stage offers stylish revival of 'Amadeus'
    You've got to feel sorry for Antonio Salieri. Rising from humble circumstances, The Italian musician carved out quite a career that included a 36-year reign as court composer for the Austrian emperor in Vienna. His works were heard and praised...
  • Center Stage gives 'Amadeus' a stylish revival

    You've got to feel sorry for Antonio Salieri. Rising from humble circumstances, the Italian musician carved out quite a career, which included a 36-year reign as court composer for the Austrian emperor in Vienna. His works were heard and praised...
  • Perry Farrell's big ideas for 'immersive entertainment'

    Perry Farrell's big ideas for 'immersive entertainment'
    This year in particular should be a time of reflection for Perry Farrell, and yet the lead singer of Jane's Addiction can only seem to think ahead. In late August, “Nothing's Shocking” — the Los Angeles quartet’s first studio...
  • Free concert will feature world-class musicians [Glenwood/Glenelg/Dayton]

    Doug Burian, the music director at Glenelg United Methodist Church, invites the community to attend a free concert on Sunday, Oct. 5, at 4 p.m., featuring world-renowned trumpet player Vince DiMartino. DiMartino will be joined on stage by Howard...
  • Rock, blues and jazz gigs lined up for season

    Rock, blues and jazz gigs lined up for season
    Be careful what you wish for, the old adage goes, you just might get it. Musicians who play in bars and clubs have come to expect and even accept a certain degree of inattention from audiences. So while they might crave rapt silence from listeners, they...
  • BSO gala program includes rare Grofe score, unusual 'Rhapsody in Blue'

    BSO gala program includes rare Grofe score, unusual 'Rhapsody in Blue'
    The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has been showing a lot of love for the bicentennial of the Battle of Baltimore and the poem Francis Scott Key was inspired to write after witnessing the bombardment of Fort McHenry. The BSO celebrated that anniversary...
  • The 'Future' looks bright for Hampdenfest

    The 'Future' looks bright for Hampdenfest
    Changing dates may have been a blessing in disguise for Hampdenfest, as organizers announced Thursday that Future Islands, an up-and-coming band that is gaining national notice, will headline the free festival. It didn't look good for Hampdenfest in...
  • Decades later, Kix still uplifts rock fans

    Decades later, Kix still uplifts rock fans
    For years, Steve Whiteman considered his old band, Kix, a forgotten relic of the '80s hair-metal scene. Even when the quintet began playing one-off reunion shows about a decade ago, the Hagerstown native viewed the gigs as cashing in on nostalgia. The...
  • Senegalese guitarist brings diverse influence to Montpelier concert

    Senegalese guitarist brings diverse influence to Montpelier concert
    He never took a formal music lesson until he came to the United States when he was 20 years old, and now at the young age of 35, Senegalese bass guitarist Cheikh Ndoye has played with the likes of pianist Russell Ferrante,  violinist Karen Briggs and...
  • Hampden resident leads a revival of old-time music

    Hampden resident leads a revival of old-time music
    Brad Kolodner looked right at home playing banjo and fiddle on the front porch of his new row house in Hampden. "I actually bought this house with the idea of sitting on my porch, playing," said Kolodner, 24, who moved out of his parents' house in...
  • R&B soundtrack to the Civil Rights struggle at Toby's [Review]

    R&B soundtrack to the Civil Rights struggle at Toby's [Review]
    If you visit "Memphis" at Toby's Dinner Theatre of Columbia, you'll be going back to a time in the 1950s when racial integration and R&B music were intertwined subjects that made many establishment types uneasy. Although this 2009 Broadway show takes...
  • 'Dancing with the Stars' recap, Season 19 begins

    'Dancing with the Stars' recap, Season 19 begins
    Y'all, I'm nervous about this season. We've got a new showrunner and he's talking about shaking things up. Once we got Erin Andrews, I didn't need any more shaking. Argh. There's a weird new opening featuring Len and Bruno leaving England and coming...